Brushstrokes in Motion – An Interview with Golnaz Fathi, Iranian Artist
Golnaz Fathi’s work is characterized by the combination of energetic smatterings of colored paint with brushstrokes of obscure script. She has been exhibited internationally and to wide acclaim. On the occasion of Ms. Fathi’s second solo exhibition in the UK, The Majalla speaks to the Iranian artist about her life in Tehran, the development of her work as an artist and the message she hopes to send to her viewers.The Terrace by a Delft Artist
There is a lovely scene of a young lady and her gentleman friend on the terrace of there home by a Delft Artist. The name of the painting is “The Terrace” which hangs in the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago.The Resurrection by Francesco Buoneri, Called Cecco Caravaggio
In the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago hangs the painting “The Resurrection” by Francesco Buoneri, called Cecco Caravaggio. The scene is of course Christ at His resurrection from the grave with a commotion that startles the guards.Italian Landscape With Travelers by Jan Both
In the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago is a very fine landscape painting by the Dutch artist Jan Both. The title of the painting is “Italian Landscape with Travelers”.How To Understand Painting As A Fine Art
Few things in all of the Humanities have a more glorious history than that of painting. There are different ways that painting can be approached, however, for the limited space here I will focus on Western painting since the Renaissance.