kunst

Mary Cassatt

Nancy Mowll Mathews

Acclaimed and beloved for her paintings of women and small children in intimate, informal settings, Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) was the first American artist to associate and exhibit with the French Impressionists in Paris. Cassatt explained her affinity for depicting children, saying they are "natural and truthful," two of ... [lees verder]

Wat is dit waard ?

Patrick van der Vorst

Unieke inkijk in de kunstwereld door de expert uit 'Stukken van Mensen' Waar vind je nuttige informatie over kunst? Wat moet je weten alvorens iets te laten schatten of te koop aan te bieden? Hoe kun je je zelf een idee vormen van de waarde van je kunstobject? In 'Wat ... [lees verder]

Sense and Sensibility

Nina Power

It's because feminism has become a fashionable commodity now, that we're in desperate need of a more inclusive and varied reflection on contemporary girlhood, gender equality struggles, and the relationship between gender, politics and philosophy. This book documents the exhibitions and thought processes of 6 engaging artists and designers regarding the ... [lees verder]

Van Gogh & Japan

Louis Van Tilborgh

Nadat hij tijdens zijn verblijf in Antwerpen kennis had gemaakt met de Japanse ukiyo-e prenten, raakte Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) al snel in de ban van de Japanse kunst en cultuur. Toen Vincent en zijn broer, Theo, zich samen in Parijs vestigden, begonnen ze enthousiast Japanse prenten te verzamelen en ... [lees verder]

Artists Conceptions of Money

Reinold Widemann

In this book eighty money-artists are presented. In the past some old masters and modern ones used to make money the subject of their works of art. Beside using money as a source of inspiration, they expressed their views on the meaning of money in their artworks as well. Nowadays ... [lees verder]