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  • Abstract Expressionist Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011) should be a household name. After all, her career spanned an astounding six decades and, at times, many serious critics considered her the country’s most prominent living artist. Yet, as with so many talented female painters, her work simmered on the back burner while the flashier male art “celebrities” soaked [...] The post 10 Things to Know ...

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  • One could argue that Robert Doisneau’s (1912-1994) Parisian street scenes embody a certain je ne sais quoi—which is the French way of articulating something that can’t quite be defined. But, in reality, his special ingredient is not so elusive. A quick survey of Doisneau’s photographic oeuvre reveals the artist’s simple fascination with the French notion [...] The post 5 Iconic Works by Robert Doi...

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  • It’s no secret that the pink trend isn’t going away any time soon. But we’ve moved on from the “M” word,into shades like magenta, blush, neutral, and hot pink. And San Francisco’s chic, fun Batch showroom is celebrating this happy color in all its glory this April and May with art from Art.com. Walking into [...] The post Visit Art.com at Batch in San Francisco appeared first on Get Inspired.

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  • The luxe, powerful look of dark walls is dominating the world of interior design right now. Whether you already have a dark wall or you’re just flirting with your darker side,  we’ve rounded up the easiest and most effective ways for you to get the look for yourself. Play to the Gallery  Gallery walls like [...] The post How to Do Dark Walls Right appeared first on Get Inspired.

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  • Just because you got yourself a “real job” and no longer subsist entirely on ramen and cigarettes doesn’t mean you have to sell out entirely. There are plenty of things from your formative years that still have a lot to do with who you are today. Take, for instance, your childhood rock and roll heroes. [...] The post Rock Like a Grownup appeared first on Get Inspired.

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  • Meet photographer Ann Collins. Her free-spirit and sense of adventure not only inspire her beautiful nature and landscape photography, but have inspired all of us at Art.com as well. We love you, Ann. To see Ann's work, visit http://go.art.com/ann-collins. #WomenInArt

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  • Southern California really has it all. From Palm Springs to Malibu, it boasts endless beautiful places to put your feet in the sand. Whether you’re into brightly-colored beach towels and desert blooms or the minimal design of celebrity hotspots, SoCal has something to inspire everyone. When most people think of SoCal style, they think coastal. [...] The post SoCal Style: From the Desert to the Coa...

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  • You can just call her Carrington. That’s what British painter, decorative artist, and proto-feminist Dora Carrington (1893-1932) preferred. She was a wild powerhouse, who, aside from being referred to by art historian John Rothenstein as “the most neglected serious painter of her time,” should be remembered for staying true to herself as an artist and [...] The post 10 Things to Know About Dora Ca...

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  • Vincent van Gogh’s (1853-1890) sunflowers and irises are some of the most glorious and iconic blooming botanicals in the history of art. However, these vibrant beauties sometimes overshadow the Dutch master’s vast body of work in the floral department, which includes everything from anemones to zinnias. Despite what you might think, it was not the [...] The post Van Gogh’s Lesser-known Blooms and ...

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