Have you ever wondered which artistic movement represented one of the most revolutionary turning points in 20th century Italian culture? With this post, I want to take you on a discovery of metaphysical painting, from its origins to the works of Giorgio De Chirico and the other painters belonging to the school of Ferrara.
What is metaphysical painting and who are the main artists
Have you ever thought about the appeal of the Liberty style in Italy and how it shaped the Italian architectural aesthetic of the early 20th century? With this post, I invite you to immerse yourself in a fascinating journey that takes us back to an elegant and lively era.
The Art Nouveau style, a well-known evolution of French Art Nouveau, is an artistic movement that took root in Italy, reflecting the desire for freedom and advocating a return to the beauty of nature in an era dominated by industrialisation.
The charm of Liberty style in Italy between history and elegance
Have you ever heard of the Vienna Secession? This artistic movement, which came to life in Austria at the end of the 19th century, represents one of the most interesting moments in 19th century European art. Under the leadership of iconic figures such as Gustav Klimt and Otto Wagner, a group of rebellious artists and architects created a cultural revolution that changed the face of art and architecture in Vienna forever.
The Artistic Revolution of the Viennese Secession
Have you ever immersed yourself in the timeless fascination of the golden age of theatre and art in the late 19th and early 20th century? Today we travel back in time, to the effervescent Paris of the late 19th century, where two emblematic figures crossed paths, creating an artistic union that still fascinates today.
The famous actress Sarah Bernhardt and the artist Alphonse Mucha not only defined the era in which they lived, but created an artistic legacy that continues to inspire.
In this post we discover together the tumultuous life of Sarah Bernhardt and her unforgettable collaboration with Alphonse Mucha.
Sarah Bernhardt and Alphonse Mucha: a timeless link between Theatre and Art
Have you ever wondered how Street Art went from being an act of rebellion to an accepted and celebrated art form? Let’s go in order and start from where it all originated.
This art is not confined within the four walls of a gallery or museum. No, it is alive and vibrant, painted on exterior walls, embedded in alleyways, and often, an active commentary on the social and cultural context in which it is found.
How did street art go from being considered a simple act of vandalism to a complex, influential and respected art form, so much so that it is celebrated by art critics and the art market?
Evolution of Street Art: from graffiti to Banksy’s revolution