Tag: art history

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 […]

Travel Tip: Why You Should Go To The Seville Art Museum

Travel Tip: Why You Should Go To The Seville Art Museum

Now I love art history and I can tolerate the driest of history programmes (much to Tom’s boredom) but even I find art museums can often be hit-and-miss. Fortunately for us both (poor Tom) every aspect of this museum surpassed expectations. Firstly, the building is […]

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 […]