Who in the World is Hieronymus Bosch?


Photo Replica: Girl with a Pearl Earring

The Girl With a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer is known as one of the most recognizable, famous works of art in all of history.  She’s the Mona Lisa of … Continue reading

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Characteristics of Gothic Architecture

Gothic architecture is important to be able to identify because there are so many cathedrals with gothic elements all over Europe. The Gothic style was a totally new style in … Continue reading

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Photo Replica: The Old Market Woman

  The Old Market Woman sculpture was a bit of a joke in our Art History class, so we decided to to replicate her with our friend Dehlia. The woman … Continue reading

May 29, 2014 · 1 Comment

Photo Replica: Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife

Giovanni Arnolfini and his Wife by Jan van Eyck is a very interesting painting that has caused many to disagree on the subject. The portrait is of Giovanni di Nicolao Arnolfini … Continue reading

May 28, 2014 · 1 Comment

FHS Art Gallery Synopsis

To mix it up, I decided to take a glance at the FHS art gallery. This exhibition was done entirely by AP Studio Art students, and premiered on the night … Continue reading

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Word of the Day: Analytic Cubism

Analytic Cubism: The initial phase of Cubism, developed both by Pablo Picasso and George Braque. Artists in this period analyzed form from every point of view to combine the various … Continue reading

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Sculptural Analysis: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

Umberto Boccioni, an Italian Futurists, died at a young age of thirty-three. Despite dying very young, he was very productive in his lifetime. Boccioni worked primarily as a painter however, he also … Continue reading

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So, Who in the World is Hieronymous Bosch?

Hieronymus Bosch was a Flemish artist whose style could be connected to the later Surrealist period. His smooth, dreamlike style is similar to the 20th century surrealist movement even though … Continue reading

May 22, 2014 · 2 Comments