Angelica Kauffmann RA, 1741–1807, Swiss, active in Britain (1766–81), Self Portrait, undated, Graphite on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, B1977.14.5552. I just love Angelica Kauffman's art, and I adore writing about her. Kauffman (1741-1807) was a master of Neo-Classical history painting - one of the only… Continue reading The Art of Angelica Kauffman
In time for DailyArt Magazine's travel-themed week, I put together a world tour based on paintings by one of my favorite artists, Frederic Edwin Church. Enjoy the journey!
I fell in love with the works of Italian Baroque still life painter Giovanna Garzoni when I saw a press release for an art challenge she inspired. Read all about her and delayed events relating to her in my article for DailyArt Magazine. Bonus: read my past article about the organization responsible for promoting her legacy.
DailyArt Magazine is currently publishing a series of articles recommending ways of connecting to art from home. Here are my contributions to this project, which I'm really proud to be part of.
I visited Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings, a delightful new show at the Princeton University Art Museum, on its opening day. The museum is currently closed, but you can read my review for DailyArt Magazine to find out why I liked it so much.
March is Women's History Month, so I picked five of history's most impressive and influential female art patrons to feature on DailyArt Magazine.
This year is going to be epic for two of my favorite museums! The Metropolitan Museum of Art will celebrate its 150th anniversary, while the Frick Collection will begin an exciting renovation project. Learn more in my recent articles.
For Black History Month, I wrote an article for DailyArt Magazine about African-American and Native-American sculptor Edmonia Lewis (c. 1844-1907). Click through to read it!
After last week's fire at Notre-Dame de Paris, I spent two days scouring the newspapers for the latest news about the church's fate. What resulted is probably the longest article I've written for DailyArt Magazine. Read it via the link below.
I recently learned an interesting skating fact while working on an art history project. It has to do with the fashionable way to skate in the 18th and 19th centuries. Find out why I don't recommend skating that way today, then read my piece about Gilbert Stuart's "The Skater" on DailyArt app on Jan 19th.