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Anatoly’s Art History: The Renaissance

January 1, 2017

To better explore a culture, to better examine the past and to better understand the history and people that came before us, we can study art. In some form, art has existed essentially since the dawn of time. Like people and cultures, through, art has changed. Looking, even casually, at art from the past, ignoring the subtleties and nuances that each artist inserts into their own work still ...

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Anatoly’s Art History: The Stone Age Part III

October 1, 2016

Bringing yourself in touch with the art & culture of a time period can be achieved easily by narrowing your focus of concentration to a type of art or specific culture.  Breaking down art history into its five distinct categories in a recent post, I’ve decided to dive deeply into each era individually, exploring the intricacies of what made ancient art ancient, or what makes modern art ...

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Anatoly’s Art History: Stonehenge

September 1, 2016

Bringing yourself in touch with the art & culture of a time period can be achieved easily by narrowing your focus of concentration to a type of art or specific culture.  Breaking down art history into its five distinct categories in a recent post, I’ve decided to dive deeply into each era individually, exploring the intricacies of what made ancient art ancient, or what makes modern art ...

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Anatoly’s Art History: The Stone Age Part I

July 22, 2016

Examining art as a piece of history can reflect innumerable things about a society . Looking into an entire era of art–whether it spans decades, centuries or more–can give a taste of the culture and beauty of a civilization as a whole. But truly bringing yourself in touch with the art and culture of a time can be achieved more easily by narrowing your focus. Sometimes, narrowing your focus ...