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Jacqueline Martinez graduated with her BA in English (Writing & Rhetoric, to be fancy) in 2019. During her time in college, she worked in a Miami-based art gallery. She has attended major art fairs like Art Basel and Art Miami, recording new exhibitions and art trends in her articles. In 2018, she studied abroad in France, where she learned about art history in some of the world’s major museums. Since graduating, she has aimed to keep learning while passing on her experiences to those who are novices like she once was.
Marilyn Monroe wearing the Moon of Baroda diamond, previously worn by Maharajas, via Christie's (top left); with A room with Antique Victorian furniture (top...
The Vasari Sacristy is located in the Sant'Anna dei Lombardi church in Naples. Another name for the church is the Santa Maria di Monte...
The Medici family is one of the most powerful and influential groups in European history. They innovated new banking systems and laid the groundwork...
The Golden Age of British Watercolour lasted from 1790-1910. Artists used the medium to create luminous and ethereal landscapes in reaction
In the last decade, some auction houses broke the world records for most expensive books ever sold. But there are lesser-known historical gems that went to auction, too.
An Allegory of Peace and the Arts, 1635-38, Artemisia painted this in the Great Hall ceiling for the Queen’s House Greenwich. Courtesy of Royal Collection
Millais (1829-1896) was only eleven years old when he was accepted into Britain’s Royal Academy Schools. He was born in Southampton, England but raised by a wealthy family
African art encompasses the works by native Africans while Oceanic art covers the work by natives of the Pacific islands.