Organic Forms in Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau was a movement during the period of industrialization in late 19th century and early 20th century. The movement was extremely popular across Europe, most notably in France, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Germany. Art Nouveau artists drew their inspiration from organic and geometric forms.

The Art Deco Elegance of de Lempicka

Tamara de Lempicka's art-deco style work embodies that of sophistication and elegance. Famous for both her paintings and graceful beauty, her career peaked throughout the 1930's and was highly commissioned in both Europe and America despite the worldwide economic depression.

Elegant and Lively Women in Poster Ads

Coined the "Father of the Modern Poster", Jules Cheret created and inspired an industry of artists with his poster designs and painting style which featured mostly free-spirited women.

Famed Landscape Photographer Adams

Adams attracted a large community of outdoor enthusiasts with his photography of the American West during his early career. As a conservationist from a young age, he dedicated a large portion of his life to protecting nature through his talent.

Lighting Your Outdoor Wedding Reception

An outdoor wedding reception can be exciting as well as romantic. Lighting your outdoor celebration can be daunting and sometimes expensive. See how using inexpensive outdoor strings lights can add a touch elegance and ambiance to your setting.


Jackson Pollock's No. 5 Painting

Pablo Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon


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