Gustav Klimt was an Austrian artist known for his symbolism and his patronage of Art Nouveau in Vienna. He would use actual gold leaf in his paintings, which centered largely around women and their sexuality.
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Whether you say “van go” or “van goff,” the name Vincent van Gogh is a household one. His paintings like Starry Night and Sunflowers are some of the most popular and beloved pieces of art the world has ever known.
Sir Peter Paul Rubens was a Flemish artist most well-known for his religious and mythological work in the Flemish Baroque tradition.
When you hear the name Kaws, what are you thinking of? Right, it’s these sculptures, an interpretation of Mickey Mouse with x-ed eyes.
Born in 1798 near Paris, Eugene Delacroix was a leading artist of the 19th century. He left school at a young age to train as an artist under Pierre-Narcisse Guerin before enrolling at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.
Sotheby’s and Christie’s are both giant, international auction houses that found their beginnings in the 1700s. Both have connections to royalty and billionaires.
Takashi Murakami is sometimes called the Warhol of Japan. He’s most notable for his blending of pop culture with traditional fine art in a style he calls superflat.
Buying art can feel intimidating when the first thing you see is high-tag items at Sotheby’s. But collecting doesn’t have...
Known by some as the father of Impressionism, Claude Monet was a prolific French painter of the mid 1800s to the early 1900s. His works still command impressive prices at Christie’s and Sotheby’s,
Andy Warhol is one of the most popular artists of all time. Commenting on American materialism, mass consumption, and the idea of fame and celebrity in the 1950s were all pieces of the Warhol pie.