In one of my first videos I talked about Zoomorphism and many of you asked me to know more about this concept of and why it is so important in art
The Tempest, one of the most enigmatic paintings in the whole art history, created by a master who was one of the initiators of the Venetian school during the High Renaissance even if he died just in his thirties: Giorgione.
When we hear talking about classical orders we usually think to something really ancient. Well that’s not wrong. However, we are going to discover that they are still used today on modern architecture. Let’s find out why
Today we are going to find out who was the genius behind this idea, discovering how he was able to create such incredible illusions that gave him fame and success in the 16th century
Today we are going to learn how to distinguish Renaissance works of art from Baroque. We are going to use three main concepts to understand the differences: emotion, composition and lighting
After Mona Lisa, is probably the second most popular masterpiece we can admire at the Louvre Museum and today we will understand why it is so significative.
Today I want to share Michelangelo's Doni Tondo with you; a painting that depicts a classic scene of the Holy Family and remains one of the most significant Renaissance works of art. This is Michelangelo’s only universally accepted finished panel painting still in existence.
This painting is one of the most gruesome ever and, even in a 17th century pretty open-minded Florence, was considered unusually violent. Even more unusual since the painter was a woman.
The Death of Socrates is one of most important moments of Western history. Let's find out its deep meanings and learn how to read this masterpiece
Today I want to talk about a very ancient Greek architecture that we can visit in Berlin: The altar of Pergamon, one of the most important examples of Greek Hellenistic art.