The Art of John Updike’s "A & P"

John Updike’s best known, most anthologized and most frequently taught short story, “A & P,” first appeared in The New Yorker (22 July 1961: 22-24), a publication that assumes a reader with considerable literary and cultural knowledge. Updike, for whom literature and art have been intertwined since youth,(1) uses allusions to art and to art […]

Advantages of Online Art Galleries

People are generally too busy these days to do even routine tasks and just want to rush back home after work to relax. One has to be an art enthusiast to spare time to visit an exhibition. Moreover, if there are two or more exhibitions at the same time, you will rarely be able to […]

Assisted Reproduction Technology In India At Affordable Cost- ART

Assisted Reproduction Technology In India Assisted Reproduction Technology of technique is any technological procedure that helps infertile couples to conceive. As per the cause of infertility, our doctors will recommend and perform suitable ART programs. The actual ART cycle consists of the folllowing procedures : – Controlled Ovarian Stimulation Monitoring Oocyte Retrieval Laboratory Procedure Embryo […]

Why Nail Art Is So Popular

Women all over are going crazy over nail artistry. It is like meow!; look at my lovely nails, people! One just have to go to Pinterest to realize that nail art is popping up all over the show. It can also be seen on various nail art blogs, Twitter pages, as well as You Tube […]

Learn to sell your art shockingly fast

Introduction Making a living with your art is not easy. It has become more important then ever to learn to sell your art. The broad availability of online distribution channels (e.g. eBay, etsy, etc…) may have given artists the opportunity to push their artwork more easily into the market, yet this phenomenon created a fierce […]

Post-Impressionism and Its Impact on Modern Art

‘Post-Impressionism’ was the successor of the ‘Impressionist’ style of painting. Famous English art critic Roger Fry organized his first exhibition in London and coined the term ‘Post-Impressionism’ to classify the artwork of the late 19th Century painters. These artists were Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, and Paul Gauguin, regarded as the pioneers and frontrunner ‘Post […]

Pop Art Movement – Comfort in Commercialism

The Pop Art movement began during the 1950s and 60s in Britain and America evolving around the products of the mass media.  The artwork derived from popular culture became one of the United States’ major artistic movements of the 20th century. The artwork, based on packaging, television, advertising, films and even comic books helped to […]

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