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    The Joy of Life: Matisse’s Early Modern Masterpiece

    Henri Matisse’s The Joy of Life (1905-1906) is a radical Fauvist work that placed him as one of the leaders of early modernism, with its expressive use of color, fluid lines and distorted perspective. In this article, Singulart takes a closer look at the masterpiece, its Fauvist style and its influence on modernism.  Who was Henri Matisse?  Henri Matisse (1869-1954)…

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    Inside the 2019 Singulart Artist Party

    Last month, Singulart invited its Paris-based artists to the office for a night of celebration, discussion and mingling. Though we would have loved to have been able to host all our artists, we were excited to welcome the locals into our little world. Here are our takeaways: Artists IRL Our whole team was thrilled to get to meet our artists…

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    Artists to Watch in 2020

    Start a new decade of art collecting off on the right foot by investing in promising artists set to make moves on the market in 2020. Here are your Artists to Watch: Pieter Ceizer “I project what I live in my head and it becomes real. Words trigger a thought, an energy, and we get where we want to go.“…

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    Interior Architect Timna Rosenbauer on the Link Between Art and Well-being

    Ever since her creative childhood, Timna Rosenbauer has been fascinated by colors and shapes. After completing her studies, she worked as an interior designer for a while, before venturing into the fashion world. Later, she worked in home staging, dressing homes and villas to prepare them for sale. But despite being involved in high-quality designs, she felt that something was…

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    Elevate Your Interiors With Sculptures

    Long-overshadowed by paintings, sculptures are all too often overlooked as showpieces for the home. They’re forced to play second fiddle to oils and acrylics, frequently ignored by interior design magazines and absent from the art wishlists of many. Today, we’re here to change that! Here’s why you should consider investing in sculptures for your interior spaces: A Closer Match to…

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    Art for Every Season

    When it’s winter in Europe, it’s summer in Australia; when the leaves are falling in the US, monsoons are moving throughout Indonesia. The changing of seasons has been a major subject in literature, entertainment and art for centuries, and today we’re bringing you a selection of seasonal works ripe for the picking. Browse through art for every season below. Autumn…

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    The Gift of Art

    The holiday season is upon us, and we’re all looking for the perfect gift for our nearest and dearest. Art is a great way to achieve this: it’s personal, thoughtful and will last for years to come. A painting can capture a memory, a personality, a feeling… here’s how to give the gift of art to that special someone. Made-to-fit…

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    A Day With Elena Barón

    This week, we’re taking a glimpse into the artistic process of Spanish painter Elena Barón, who composes harmonious, emotional paintings in a range of styles. From all-important solitude to long walks in nature, discover how her creative ideas travel from mind to canvas. Hello, Elena! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? Before getting…

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    How does an art auction work?

    Art auctions attract global attention with their glittery A-list collectors, bidding wars and unexpected events such as artworks shredding right in front of bidders’ eyes. But behind the glamour and drama sits a serious business, centuries of history, and practices that consistently set the tone for the art market at large. Here’s your guide to everything that happens before the…

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    A Day With Lucas Beaufort

    French artist Lucas Beaufort gives us a brief walk-through of his creative 9-5, ahead of his involvement in Singulart’s upcoming participation in AQUA Art Fair Miami. Hello, Lucas! What inspires you to create everyday? For me, it’s like a drug; I can’t stop even if I want to. What does your work space look like? An organised chaos. Do you…