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A good question. Are paintings by Pollock, Malevich and Rothko that easy to fake?
Paintings of the 20th century are truly a great temptation for fraudsters specializing in fake art. The canvases, frames and paints of the period are easier to find than those of the paintings by old masters. It is often technically easier to copy directly the image itself – due to the features of avant-garde styles. The question is, rather, if it is possible to sell the fake subsequently at the…
Let's figure it out: why is Pablo Picasso a great artist?
On the Internet, one can often come across a comparison of Pablo Picasso's works from different periods of creative activity, followed by comments about degradation, and stating that he "forgot how to paint" or simply scoffed at his audience, forcing them to buy daubry signed by his name. Of course, the artist had quite a sense of humor, but can we really call him nothing but a skillfully…
A good question. Heads up: how to tell the difference between Judith and Salome?
Judith and Salome were high-profile and strong-willed women. Both acted decisively and used their attractiveness as a weapon. Men often lost their heads when they were around. In painting, Judith and Salome often symbolize the same thing – the predatory, destructive and fatal feminine beauty. As the phrase goes, a strong woman is both soft and powerful, she is both practical and spiritual. And…