The Great Terracotta Army: Between Myth and Art
A very old Chinese masterpiece discovered in the modern era contains many wonderful artistic and scientific miracles, so what is the great Tarakota army?
Pharaonic civilization has always hidden many architectural surprises and elements that we think are simple but great symbolism. In this article, we will talk about the Pharaonic obelisks, which we are still studying its secrets and features until this time.
Badr Shaker Alsayyab
Badr Shaker was an Iraqi Arab poet who shone at the beginning of the last century as a poet writing free verse and poetry in Arab countries, including Iraq,
Pablo Picasso: Uncovering The Blue Period
Pablo Picasso's 'blue period' was examined as the 1901 Financial crisis and suicide by a poet friend as the leading causes resulting in his darker blue art.
Andalusia: Cordoba and the City's Architectural Miracles
Islamic civilization affected the Arab and even the European world, and therefore had an impact in Andalusia, which was a center for the spread of knowledge in the countries of Islam and was one of the main reasons for the emergence of Europe.
Witnessing The Renaissance "PART III :" Michelangelo Renaissance sculptor
Artists have developed ideally in the Renaissance in Florence and have accomplished many international and artistic achievements. They developed their own abilities and sought to become talented men in painting, architecture, arts and poetry such as Michelangelo
The Ultimate Guide to Perspective: Definition, Types, Rules, and History
Perspective has not always been known to artists. The word perspective derives from the Latin word "perspicere," meaning “to see through.” It is the art of representing three-dimensional objects or spaces on a two-dimensional surface through a set of very specific rules.
Witnessing The Renaissance "PART II": The Height of the Renaissance
The Renaissance began in Florence and was at the height of its success during the reign of Lorenzo de 'Medici by the influence of the artistic trinity Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo who enriched the Renaissance to its great impact.
Verruccio: The Renaissance Teacher
Who is the artist that many of his students managed to enter history because of him and who has a lot of credit for starting a new era of the Italian Renaissance