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Crafting Fabrics Through Painting

Crafting Fabrics Through Painting

Recently a walk around the Seville Fine Art Museum ( a little known Spanish gem) showed just how ornate and sumptuous fabrics from history were. Real clothing is often lost because their fragility doesn’t stand the passage of history, so paintings from 1400’s onwards are […]

Art On The High Street: Why We Should Encourage It

Art On The High Street: Why We Should Encourage It

Purchasing original art has never been more accessible. From the 1980’s when Pullman editions and Athena made buying art posters more mainstream through high street accessibility, reproduction and pricing structures, we now have¬†Whitewall Galleries, Artique, Castle Galleries and the like dotting our high streets doing […]

Discovery: Nuria Postigo

Discovery: Nuria Postigo

Last month, I was walking in downtown Seville and, after a little copa in the local tapas bar, meandered into L’Image, an art gallery in Central Seville. My eyes set upon Nuria Postigo‘s painting. Serene, colourful, peaceful and abstracted: I’d never seen or heard of […]

Spotlight: ‘Sevilla En Fiestas’ by Gustavo Bacarisas

Spotlight: ‘Sevilla En Fiestas’ by Gustavo Bacarisas

Gustavo Bacarisas (Gibraltar, 1873 – Seville, 1971) isn’t well known internationally, but in the context of 20th century Sevillian art, he’s a star. Not only is Bacarisas prominent in Spain’s art story, he also beautifully represents the passion, colour, drama, mood and flavour of Sevillian […]

Tudor Art And Why It’s Significant

Tudor Art And Why It’s Significant

Today my friend’s daughter had to complete a school project on Tudor portraits. Music to my ears – nothing like a bit of Tudor espionage and beheading to get me interested. They’re my favourite royals and so I offered to help her out. But it […]