Cubist Artist Juan Gris

Spanish Cubist Artist Juan Gris (1887-1927) was born in Madrid, with his original name Jose Victoriano Gonzalez. Gris was one of the lead artists in the cubist movement. As a painter, Gris was part of the ‘School of Paris’ (Ecole de Paris) -movement. Gris’s subject-matter was always his immediate surroundings: he produced still lifes composed […]

Picasso Museum Malaga

Pablo Picasso ‘s art is found in museums in all countries around the Mediterranean sea, and around the world for that matter. However, it is an interesting fact that Picasso had always wished for his art to also be shown in his birthplace, M├ílaga, Spain. That wish has come true, thanks to a collaboration between […]

Shaman Artist Norval Morrisseau’s Delightful Mythical Aboriginal Art

It is not often that art gallery staff make my day, but John MacGregor Newman, Associate Director of Kinsman Robinson Galleries in Toronto, Canada, did just that two weekends ago. He showed me a sneak peak of the current exhibition “Norval Morrisseau: A Retrospective” which is on now until 29 November. While he was doing […]

Minotauromachy – Picasso’s Master Print

By A. Lee Artistic genius Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) achieved supremacy in every medium he worked in: painting, ceramics, sculptures, drawing and print making. As one of the most prolific artists at all times, he made a large volume of works in every medium. Printmaking has been central in Picasso’s artistic life. He is one of […]