Man with a dazzling destiny, damned artist of his time, Egon Schiele has crossed the history of art as a comet.
Present since antiquity, abandoned to religious purposes, sublimated by the Flemish Masters and tortured by photography, Portraiture traced a sinuous line following the history of Art
Realized by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch in 1893, The Scream, which, besides being the major artwork of European Expressionism, is a global icon of the twentieth century belonging to the [...]
Long before the contemporary and eclectic approach, artists have always represented the sport.
First superstar of modern painters, Marketing genius, known from Paris to New York, Salvador Dalí was yet never far from his small hometown.
By opening the doors of « haute couture » to art, Yves Saint Laurent is definitely the designer who best tribute to artists he admired.
Gifted sculptor forever linked to Auguste Rodin of whom she was the muse and the unhappy mistress, Camille Claudel is an artist who has never had the recognition she deserved.
Between land and sea, the light and reflections of the bay are endless sources of inspiration for the artists who have succeeded one another on its banks and dunes.
Woodcut from around 1515, the Rhinoceros of Albrecht Dürer became a naturalist illustration icon, inspiring many artists until beginning of the twentieth century.
Iconic American artist of the 20th century mixing abstract expressionism and the new realism, Larry Rivers is considered as the grandfather of Pop art.
Painter and fashion photographer known in the 1990s for his work made about colors forty years earlier, Saul Leiter has always used his camera lens as a brush.
Born in the early 1980s, full of energy and inundated of colors, the Free Figuration movement highlights an extravagant and amazing art.
Used since ancient times, sublimated by Klein or Klimt at their time, the use of gold is more than a simple madness, it is a timeless leitmotiv in the history of art.
From relaxing landscapes to puzzling features of a woman face, the artistic life of Gustav Klimt is far from being a peaceful journey.
At the crossroads of every traveler of the seventeenth century, the Savoy States at their zenith experience a bustling artistic activity dictated by the Baroque style.