Mirror: A Psychologi...

“Mirror: A Psychological Door to the Otherness of Self.” Mirror as a charming and mysterious object begun to be used by humans approximately from the beginning of six thousands years BC. The first traces of the object used as mirror were made from the obsidian,[1] which were found in...

Woman Drinking Absin...

“Woman Drinking Absinthe,” Van Dongen’s Allegorical Satire on Parisian Society. The reputation of Paris as a leading center of important economic, socio-political and cultural changes was already well established in European social circles at the beginning of the twenty-century. The booming...

The Adoration or Per...

The Adoration or Perversity of Childhood in Balthus’s Paintings. Before the concept of Childhood began to take shape during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the concept of the Child had many symbolic connotations in the popular imagery through the history of art. In a general context,...

Artemisia Gentilesch...

Artemisia Gentileschi: Female Quest for Artistic Glory or Personal Vengeance. The scholarly world of the art history critics projects many conflicting theories when referring to the Artemisia Gentileschi’s artwork. The omnipresent argument surfacing every time is that her art is motivated...

The Evolution of Inn...

The Evolution of Innovatory Approaches in Critical Statements of the Female Art through the Chosen Artworks of Artemisia Gentileschi, Judy Chicago, and Laurie Anderson. In the history of art, women have always been presented in many forms of artistic creativity, basically as models of...

The Representation o...

The Representation of the Female Body in Newton’s Picture. Through the history of photography the woman body always was and still is one of the leading subject of various and quiet often-questionable representations. Since the early beginning of the photographic revolution, women as models...

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