Salvador Dali’s Greatest Artworks

Salvador Dali is best known for his painting “The Persistence of Memory”. It is the enigmatic artwork depicting melting clocks. Dali is one of the more famous modern painters known for his surrealistic pieces. He started his career as a draftsman and was noticed because of his unique and odd surrealist pieces. He takes great […]

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Elenore Abbott’s Finest Works

For someone who is in love with modern day tales like Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Kidnapped and Robin Crusoe, Elenore Abott’s work would look very familiar to you. Abbot is an American illustrator and painter whose works are made popular in story books. Her works as a painter and a scenic designer also graced countless popular […]

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10 Weird and Ugly Paintings Worth Millions

Each artist has a very special way to express themselves. However, these expressions of art don’t always appeal to all their audience. Even so, some people still find even the weirdest-looking of some famous artists worth buying for a few million bucks. Here are a plain, ugly works of art worth millions that will surprise […]

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10 Most Expensive Paintings in the World (2016)

Beautiful artworks aren’t just eye candy; they are food for the senses. There are paintings that are worth a million dollars. But there are some that can go several hundred millions’ worth. Are you interested in knowing which paintings are worth an entire estate’s second mortgage? Read on. 10. Woman III by Willem de Kooning […]

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Top Most Viewed Paintings in the World

World-class paintings are not just something for the eyes to appreciate; they are also priced very high and cost millions of dollars. These paintings transcends art techniques and modernity, they are ageless and very valuable. If you want to take a sneak peak of the world’s most viewed paintings, here are the top ten. Mona […]

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Art Classes in Nova Scotia Invite Students

Nova Scotia’s White Point Beach Resort will be holding painting classes for aspiring students who would like to learn the basics of art. The two-hour art classes will be facilitated by artists, whose topics will be patterned along their choice of wine, spirit, beer or juice, which in turn, will be supplied by the Good […]

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Photography Winners: Ocean Art Underwater Contest

The Underwater Photography Guide launched a contest last year entitled 2015 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition. It attracted thousands of portrait artists from over 50 countries. As expected, the photographers who specialize in capturing deep ocean creatures took home the major prizes. On its fifth year, photographer Jeff Milisen bagged the top honour, which is […]

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Marilyn Monroe Exhibit at Eduard Planting Gallery

Unique photographs of actress Marilyn Monroe, the legendary sex icon of the 50s, were on display at Amsterdam’s Eduard Planting Gallery. The portraits are from two of her most famous photographers, Douglas Kirkland and Milton Greene. Greene was born in New York and lived from 1922 to 1985. He is ranked among the top celebrity […]

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Singapore Art Week Starts Today

More than 80 events are lined up to celebrate the Singapore Art Week which officially starts today, January 16, 2016. Hometown artists will be at the thick of the events, with the likes of Sherman Ong, Robert Zhao Renhui, and Marvin Tang taking center stage during the main events. The works of Zhao will be […]

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Surreal Exhibit at The Palmer Museum of Art

From January 12 to May 8, 2016, The Palmer Museum of Art in University Park, Pennsylvania will run the art exhibit entitled “Consciously Surreal: Photography, the Uncanny, and the Body.” The show will focus entirely on the periphery of modern-day surrealism presented in a variety of ways. Some of the major contributors of this surreal […]

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