Giovanni Bellini (1430-1516) was a Venetian painter whose work reflects the increasing interest in Renaissance styles and themes in Venetian art during the Quattrocento period.
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Best known for his sculptures and contributions to both Dada and Surrealism, Jean (Hans) Arp was a trailblazer in every sense. He could make art out of almost anything and spent much of his career doing just that.
One of the most celebrated artists of all time, Marcel Duchamp’s radical works of art shook the establishment and opened up new ways of seeing and thinking about art.
The Golden Age of British Watercolour lasted from 1790-1910. Artists used the medium to create luminous and ethereal landscapes in reaction to industrialization.
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Abstract expressionism swept through the United States during the mid-20th century and, alongside contemporaries like Jackson Pollock to Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning was able to stand on his own as a renowned painter during this era and is still celebrated today.
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Titian was one of the Renaissance' leading painters, and remains among Italy's most famous artists. His pieces are some of the world's most valuable.
Pissarro came from interesting beginnings and led a life with even more interesting twists and turns. A major force in the art world who helped shape Impressionism as we know it today, here are four intriguing facts about the prolific painter.