Keith Haring lithograph, Andy Mouse Plate, 1986 via Wiki Images

Emma Segrest

Screen Printing

Screen printing, critiqued for commercialization, became popular in the 20th century. Artists like Warhol used it for impactful, accessible art.

Martin U Waltz, The Reader

Madelyn Kenney

Urban Realism

Urban realism has shifted from city grandeur to personal experiences, resilience, and social commentary in art, literature, and photography.

Joan of Arc, 1879, Jules Bastien-Lepage, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Louise Irpino

Joan of Arc

A chronological exploration of Joan of Arc's evolution in art and her cultural impact, highlighting her as one of France's most beloved historical figures.

Miranda the Tempest via Sotheby's

Rosella Parra

John William Waterhouse’s Ladies

John William Waterhouse, an English painter, is known for painting women from mythology in the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood style.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus via Wikipedia

Jesslyn Low

Female Nudes

An analysis of female and male nudes in art, with a deep dive into one of the first female nudes painted by a female artist, and how they differ.

500 Days of Summer

Lily Frye

500 Days of Blue

"500 Days of Summer" intricately uses shades of blue, symbolizing calmness, stability, and sorrow, ultimately leading to heartbreak.

The Swing

Taylor Hunt

The Artistic Origin of the Viral Coquette Aesth...

The latest fashion and social media trend is the Coquette aesthetic, which you have probably seen all across your FYP. But what is Coquette and its origins?

Da Vinci sketch via Science History Institute

Rosella Parra

“Leonardo da Vinci: Inventor, Artist, Genius"

Explore Albuquerque, New Mexico's National Museum of Nuclear Science and History featured exhibit, "Leonardo da Vinci: Inventor, Artist, Genius.”

Jimini Hignett, Black Bourton Road, 2005 via Wikipedia

Jesslyn Low

Roadkill to Artwork

Death, in its myriad forms, is a ubiquitous theme present in art across time and location. The following artists offer a unique spin on morbidity, featuring roadkill in their work.

Delvaux, Night Train

Rosella Parra


Trains, evolving since their 1804 inception, remain vital in transport and art, influencing literature and paintings with themes of mystery and transition.