Portrait of Edmonia Lewis, c. 1870. Courtesy of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C. The achievements and talents of Mary Edmonia Lewis are more than
A rant. I should preface this by saying that everything I say here is based on my first year in a ‘legitimate’ animation school, namely,
‘A free woman in an unfree society will be a monster’ – Angela Carter (The Sadeian) Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on the Art
A study on neoclassical sculpture and the interpretation of classical antiquity.
A comparison of styles, materials and location on the frescoes of Giotto and Fra Angelico
I explore the methods and teachings by key artists and thinkers of the Bengal School in finding a new authentic Indian style, that freed them from the orientalist image cultivated by colonial rule and help spread the nationalist message about the rapprochement of Indian culture.
This blogpost is in collaboration with Inclusive Art Gallery, highlighting 2 artists of whom have successfully diverted the gaze of the Western eye, forcing the reality of history.
British artist Brian Clarke was quoted by American art critic, Robert C. Morgan, as ‘not an easy artist to absorb, let alone to classify’ into a
London is a story in itself, it opens up to you like a novel, divided into individual chapters, each chapter telling a story of its