Sometimes, the world-famous objects of art conceal secrets, which even modern scientists have not been able to solve. However, their mysterious stories make them even more attractive.
Emotionally rich paintings in which the artist reflected all his fears and experiences will leave no one indifferent.
Feng Shui, the thousand-year study, is focusing on Qi energy and its powerful effect on the way you feel and think. It is a lifelong practice!
The name of Hieronymus Bosch is strongly associated with the Middle Ages, with passions, sufferings, sins, devils, and demons. His works are synonymous with mystery, they are the most amazing puzzles, the meaning of which humanity has been striving to solve for several centuries.
The Maya produced some of the greatest art of Mesoamerica. They used different materials, such as wood, ceramics, jade, and stone to decorate their buildings. Their art-works help us understand their way of life, their hopes and beliefs.
Art, freedom, and creativity are driving forces of a perfect society!
All school subjects are designed to develop different facets of the mind in children. Mathematics develops logic, geometry – space perception, language - memory, literature- imagination, and interpretation of meanings. So what should art develop? The answer is obvious - everything!
It is always very interesting to solve jigsaw puzzles, especially when they feature beautiful paintings of popular artists or other works of art. It gives you the opportunity to feel as if you are creating these artworks with your own two hands.
If Italy is the birthplace of the Renaissance, then Florence is its real embodiment, which has preserved the spirit of that time to the present day. Florence can rightly be called an open-air museum city.
There is nothing accidental in Japanese calligraphy. It is harmonious, proportional and balanced in its beauty.