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Find out lets_talk_about_art's Instagram Ai Weiwei, "Colored Vases", 2007‒10, Han Dynasty vases and industrial paint, The Royal Academy in London. 
Ai Weiwei, born 1957, is one of China’s most prolific and provocative contemporary artists. He explores universal topics of culture, history, politics, and tradition, showcasing a  remarkable interdisciplinary career as a photographer, sculptor, architect, and activist. His works spotlight issues of freedom of expression, as well as individual and human rights both in China and globally. Many use minimal forms and methods, while others manipulate traditional furniture, ancient pottery, and daily objects in ways that question cultural values and challenge political authority. Through the medium of ceramics, Ai Weiwei poses questions concerning the meaning of the art work’s authenticity, the autonomy of creativity, and the artistic authority. In "Colored Vases", the artist has assembled ceramic vessels, ostensibly dating to China’s Han Dynasty. He has coated them with cheap industrial paint in garish shades of baby blue, pink, apple green, and tomato red, thus eradicating the cultural and archaeological “value” of the pots. The Han Dynasty pots may be regarded as rare and valuable artifacts from the past, in their own day they were most likely simple, functional pots and vessels used on a daily basis and probably produced in numbers that, for the time and technology, echo the massproduction of manufactured goods. By painting them Ai Weiwei has made them into a work of contemporary art. The question he poses is clear. What is more valuable to a culture? The original mass produced archaeological pot or the pot that has become a piece of contemporary art? 
Picture taken at the exhibition: Ai Weiwei at The Royal Academy in London. 
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Ai Weiwei, "Colored Vases", 2007‒10, Han Dynasty vases and industrial paint, The Royal Academy in London. Ai Weiwei, born 1957, is one of China’s most prolific and provocative contemporary artists. He explores universal topics of culture, history, politics, and tradition, showcasing a remarkable interdisciplinary career as a photographer, sculptor, architect, and activist. His works spotlight issues of freedom of expression, as well as individual and human rights both in China and globally. Many use minimal forms and methods, while others manipulate traditional furniture, ancient pottery, and daily objects in ways that question cultural values and challenge political authority. Through the medium of ceramics, Ai Weiwei poses questions concerning the meaning of the art work’s authenticity, the autonomy of creativity, and the artistic authority. In "Colored Vases", the artist has assembled ceramic vessels, ostensibly dating to China’s Han Dynasty. He has coated them with cheap industrial paint in garish shades of baby blue, pink, apple green, and tomato red, thus eradicating the cultural and archaeological “value” of the pots. The Han Dynasty pots may be regarded as rare and valuable artifacts from the past, in their own day they were most likely simple, functional pots and vessels used on a daily basis and probably produced in numbers that, for the time and technology, echo the massproduction of manufactured goods. By painting them Ai Weiwei has made them into a work of contemporary art. The question he poses is clear. What is more valuable to a culture? The original mass produced archaeological pot or the pot that has become a piece of contemporary art? Picture taken at the exhibition: Ai Weiwei at The Royal Academy in London. #aiweiwei #coloredvases #historyofart #arthistory #historiadelarte #kunstgeschichte #histoiredelart #storiadellarte

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Andre Jolly
‘Neige’ (Snow)
Oil on canvas, 1906
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven
#ILoveBretagne
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№24 Andre Jolly ‘Neige’ (Snow) Oil on canvas, 1906 Musée des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven #ILoveBretagne • ‘Pont-Aven School’ art series: Close-up details

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Andre Jolly
‘Neige’ (Snow)
Oil on canvas, 1906
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven
#ILoveBretagne
• ‘Pont-Aven School’ art series: 1627677793528859593_5884414104

№24 Andre Jolly ‘Neige’ (Snow) Oil on canvas, 1906 Musée des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven #ILoveBretagne • ‘Pont-Aven School’ art series:

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Find out sartlearthistory's Instagram Painter Cristofano Allori was born #otd in 1577. 
The gruesome story of Judith beheading Holofernes continues to be a favorite throughout the centuries and has been captured by artists from Donatello to Caravaggio, but Allori’s rendition takes the award for the most interesting backstory. Allori made this painting as an autobiographical account of his turbulent relationship with his mistress Maria de Giovanni Mazzafirri. Allori used Mazzafirri as the model for Judith, her mother for the model of the elderly maid, and himself for the head of Holofernes.

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Painter Cristofano Allori was born #otdin 1577. The gruesome story of Judith beheading Holofernes continues to be a favorite throughout the centuries and has been captured by artists from Donatello to Caravaggio, but Allori’s rendition takes the award for the most interesting backstory. Allori made this painting as an autobiographical account of his turbulent relationship with his mistress Maria de Giovanni Mazzafirri. Allori used Mazzafirri as the model for Judith, her mother for the model of the elderly maid, and himself for the head of Holofernes. #judithbeheadingholofernes #pittipalace #womeninart #mythology #arthistory #historyofart #historiadelarte #kunstgeschichte #storiadellarte #histoiredelart #museumlovers #culturegram #instamuseum #art #arte #kuns #artoftheday #instaart #inspiration #muse

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Maxime Maufra
‘La Crique’ (The Cove)
Oil on canvas, 1894
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven
#ILoveBretagne
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The opening of the railway line from Paris to Quimper in 1862 encouraged many artists to come in Brittany. Over the next 15 years, the reputation of the artists’ colony spread far and wide, attracting many other painters. Many of them were inspired by the works of Paul Gauguin who had reached in Pont-Aven in July 1886 and spent extended periods in the area in the late 1880s and early 1890s.
• ‘Pont-Aven School’ art series:
Maxime Maufra (1861-1918) met #Gauguin in Pont-Aven in 1890 and they soon become friends. “The Cove’ is a characteristic example of Maufra’s propensity to leave a section of the canvas deliberately bare. Only the sea is completely painted; the cliffs are only suggested. Here he treats the canvas like an engraving, a method he particularly liked.
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№20 Maxime Maufra ‘La Crique’ (The Cove) Oil on canvas, 1894 Musée des Beaux-Arts de Pont-Aven #ILoveBretagne • The opening of the railway line from Paris to Quimper in 1862 encouraged many artists to come in Brittany. Over the next 15 years, the reputation of the artists’ colony spread far and wide, attracting many other painters. Many of them were inspired by the works of Paul Gauguin who had reached in Pont-Aven in July 1886 and spent extended periods in the area in the late 1880s and early 1890s. • ‘Pont-Aven School’ art series: Maxime Maufra (1861-1918) met #gauguinin Pont-Aven in 1890 and they soon become friends. “The Cove’ is a characteristic example of Maufra’s propensity to leave a section of the canvas deliberately bare. Only the sea is completely painted; the cliffs are only suggested. Here he treats the canvas like an engraving, a method he particularly liked. I liked this method too. • Scroll right for close-up details

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Find out biblio_philo's Instagram John Ernest, Mosaic Relief No. 1, 1960, aluminium and board construction with cellulose, 127 x 189 cm, London, Jonathan Clark Fine Art.

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John Ernest, Mosaic Relief No. 1, 1960, aluminium and board construction with cellulose, 127 x 189 cm, London, Jonathan Clark Fine Art. #johnernest #art #artist #arthistory #britishart #kunst #künstler #kunstgeschichte #relief #modernart #abstractart #abstraction #abstraktekunst #abstrakt #konstruktivismus #constructivism #geometricabstraction #artlovers #artoftheday #artofinstagram

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Find out arzumanianhistory's Instagram Arnold Bëklin was famous for his mysterious paintings with images of mythological and fantastic scenes. .
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Arnold Bëklin was famous for his mysterious paintings with images of mythological and fantastic scenes. . . . . . . . #art #artist #arnoldbelkin #mythology #fantasy #artistsoninstagram #artwork #artlovers #arthistory #historyofart #storiadellarte #historiadelarte #kunstgeschichte #arte #kunst

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