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Heidi Vance

Heidi Vance
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Heidi Vance is a contributing writer to TheCollector, a practicing studio artist, and an emerging art conservation professional. She obtained her BFA in Studio Art and a minor in Art History from the University of Central Florida and will be pursuing her MA in Conservation of Fine Art at Northumbria University in Fall 2020.

20 Female Artists of the 19th Century That Shouldn’t Be Forgotten

  Throughout history, female artists have often been overlooked in favor of their male contemporaries. However, during the 19th century, there was an increase in...

15 Facts About Filippo Lippi: The Quattrocento Painter from Italy

  Filippo Lippi is one of the many significant Italian Renaissance artists of the Quattrocento. His works, while religious in context, reinvented the representation of...

Edward Hopper: Get To Know The King Of American Realism In 15 Facts

  Edward Hopper is best known for his scenes depicting isolation and banal situations. His work highlights the individualistic side of American society, addressing isolation,...

17 Famous French Painters From The 17th Century You Must Know

  17th-century French painters made art that differs from the generalized category of Baroque art. This is why there is debate on whether “baroque” is...

15 Facts About Anthony van Dyck: A Man Who Knew Many Faces

  Anthony van Dyck was a famous painter during the seventeenth-century era commonly known as the Baroque period. Born on March 22, 1599, in Antwerp,...

Amy Sherald: A New Form of American Realism

  Amy Sherald took the world by surprise during the unveiling of her portrait of former First Lady Michelle Obama at the National Portrait Gallery...

Martyrdom In Baroque Art: Analyzing Gender Representation

  The seventeenth century, categorized as the Baroque, was a period of vast societal, religious, and artistic changes across Europe. Baroque art’s characteristics include the...