Talk About Art.
Welcome to Talk About Art, our blog where we explore interesting topics in art history spanning from ancient to contemporary times. Interested in a specific topic or want to contribute an article? Contact us to let us know.
Talk About Art: Our 5 Favorite Spooky Artworks
It's Halloween! Want to send a shiver down your spine? Read on to learn about five of our favorite unsettling, unnerving, and, at times, creepy works of art.
Elliot Cowan draws on his experience from the film and animation industries to imbue his prints and watercolors with dynamism and, at times, humor.
Howard Gross has made art for over fifty years using a wide variety of media. Always intricate and obsessively detailed, his work continues to mystify.
Katherine Maude Thomas
Katherine Maude Thomas (Kate) draws inspiration from Earth's natural materials to create mystifying and otherworldly paintings to channel positive energies.
Get to know Kerstin Roolfs a little better in the first of our series of Artist Q&A's. Kerstin explores themes of history and political systems in her work.
Art History 101: Impressionism
Today, it is easy to understand why Impressionism is a pillar of modern art history but, in the 19th century, some critics compared it to wallpaper.
Art History 101: The Italian Renaissance
It is widely acknowledged that the Renaissance was a major turning point in the development of Western art history. Click below to find out why.
Art Market 101: Basic Terminology
A deep understanding of the art market is essential for every collector. We’ve put together a brief overview of some basic art market terms to help you get started.
Natural Symbols in Chinese Ink Painting
In celebration of September Asia Week, we’re delving into the centuries-old tradition of Chinese ink painting and the common symbols artists employed.
Asia Art Week: 5 Asian Artists We're Inspired By
To celebrate Asia Art Week, we're looking at some of the contemporary Asian artists that have shaped recent art history and inspired people worldwide.