Brushstrokes: Artist Jean-Georges Béraud

Renowned for his visual preservation of Paris’ decadent Belle Époque era, artist Jean-George Béraud captured the daily life of the bon vivant. Fashion, elegance & class, no detail was forgotten. Below are several of his exquisite masterpieces, depicting not only the extravagances of the affluent but as well as the ‘perfection’ of a more simpler life with…

In Other Words… via Illustrator Marc-Antoine Coulon

Pearls… I have always been drawing. As far as I can remember, I’ve always had a pen or brush in my hand. I can still see myself, at the age of two, in the kitchen hesitating between two shades of blue. I soon became obsessed with René Gruau’s work when I saw a retrospective of…

Art Talk With Artist Pablo Piatti

Having an affinity for nature and art, artist Pablo Piatti enjoys molding the two together while being creative. It’s an infantile curiosity that blossoms into an artistic display of maturity. A well-spoken gentleman and based in Antwerp, Belgium, he creates intelligence at the speed of colorful brushstrokes. It’s pure talent. And while waiting for spring…

Brushstrokes: Priceless Pieces Of Art

 Nude, Green Leaves & Bust  Artist | Pablo Picasso Year | 1932 Genre | Cubism Media | Oil on canvas Value | Currently on display at the Tate Britain in London, it sold in 2010 for $106.5 million Background | The painting’s inspiration was Pablo Picasso’s mistress and muse Marie-Thérèse Walter     Bal du Moulin de la Galette Artist | Pierre-Auguste Renoir Year |…