“When something becomes useful, it ceases to be beautiful” (T. Gautier) Undoubtedly we are living very interesting times greatly due … Continue reading Displacing the Pieta from the Vatican to Menlo Park in the Bay area
A Première on the Internet Every year, during my Survey I Art history class I devote a week to Greek … Continue reading The back of the Dying Niobid
The Ishtar Gate in Berlin Yesterday on the news, I refused to watch the whole video of ISIS members ransacking … Continue reading Is it a moral obligation to return foreign artifacts to their place of origin?
Madame Cézanne at the Met show during New York Art Trip 2015 (March 12-15) In 1869, Cézanne started to live … Continue reading Hortense Fiquet : a muse in the shadows
OK! During the last days, we have received a few phone calls and email asking the same question about our … Continue reading What does Studio Italia offer that you cannot find on the Internet?