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A Brief History of Color in Art

Artists invented the first pigments—a combination of soil, animal fat, burnt charcoal, and chalk—as early as years ago, creating a basic palet.

A Brief History of Red

From the ochre bison of Altamira’s cave paintings to Titian’s intense vermilion, artists have been drawn to vivid red pigments for thousands of years.

9 Italian Art Terms You Should Know

The High Renaissance is often considered the peak of European art history, having ushered Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo into the canon.

Mason Kimber - Visual Artist

Mason Kimber - Visual Artist

What Is Ableism? | Teaching Tolerance

What Is Ableism? | Teaching Tolerance

Oliver Jeffers on Vimeo

Eleanor makes a challenging looking quilt simple with two blocks emerging from one set of strips.

Microaggression project

About this project is a response to “it’s not a big deal” - “it” is a big deal.

French Art History in a Nutshell

French art in the popular imagination is often characterized by the dreamy, dauby landscapes of the Impressionists and the bolder, more vibrant work .

Pink Used To Be Yellow (No, Really)

Pink Used To Be Yellow (No, Really)

Skin Colour Tutorial for Watercolours by Leochi on DeviantArt

Skin Colour Tutorial for Watercolours Schmincke Watercolours [link] Reds and Yellow Raw Sienna Very similar to Ochre, but less opaqu. Skin Colour Tutorial for Watercolours

From Vermeer to Van Dyck, the Most Iconic Artists of the Dutch Golden Age

The Golden Age of the Dutch Republic, roughly spanning the century, was a near-miraculous period in which the republic occupied a position of pr.

The Regal, Bloody, and Fiery History of the Color Red

The Regal, Bloody, and Fiery History of the Color Red

Michel Pastoureau's new book tackles the complicated history of the color red, from regal hue of kings to scandalous shade of harlots.

Egyptian Blue: The First Synthetic Pigment

Egyptian Blue: The First Synthetic Pigment

The first human-made blue pigment emerged in ancient Egypt, then disappeared for centuries until it was rediscovered in Pompeii.

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