Titian was an Italian painter in the 16th century and is famous for his portraits, landscapes and works of religious and mythological art. Some of his works include "Diana and Actaeon," "Bacchus and Ariadne" and "Venus o... More »

The Gothic era began in the 12th century and lasted until as late as the 16th century in some areas. The term "Gothic" was derived from the Gothic tribes that had sacked Rome centuries before. The art and architecture of... More »

Mexicans began using sugar skulls in the 18th century, during the country's colonial period. The history of sugar skulls intertwines with the history of sugar art and Mexico's celebration of the dead. More »

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Some of the most popular works of art of the 20th century time include Pablo Picasso's "Les Demoiselle d'Avignon," Salvador Dali's "The Persistence of Memory," Andy Warhol's "Campbell's Soup Can" and Grant Wood's "Americ... More »

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Pablo Picasso primarily earned a name for himself as a gifted and accomplished painter, although he produced great artistic works in other areas too, including sculpting, printmaking, ceramics and even stage design. He s... More »

While Pablo Picasso may be best known as one of the pioneers, along with George Braques, of the Cubism style of art, the Spanish painter and sculptor also painted in many other styles. Before Cubism, he went through a so... More »

While Germany has only been a unified country since the 19th century, the region that is now Germany is home to art dating back almost 40,000 years. "The Venus of Hohle Fels," found in a cave in southwestern Germany, is ... More »

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