Kate Bryan

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Converting to Baroque Art in Rome

(0) Comments | Posted 23 May 2016 | (09:43)

When we think of Rome it's most likely ancient ruins of the empire or the High Renaissance in full swing at the Vatican with Michelangelo that come to mind. But the overwhelming visual style of the city if not classical or renaissance. From fountains to churches to piazzas, it is...

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Caravaggio Redefined Art by Not Learning the Rules

(0) Comments | Posted 14 May 2016 | (19:48)

I have long been a devotee of Caravaggio and now, by virtue of living in Rome amidst churches where his paintings still hang, I have become an obsessive. I love taking people to see his paintings as there is no diminishing return. Caravaggio makes sense to us without any art...

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Alan Jones: This Story is About You

(0) Comments | Posted 1 October 2012 | (17:36)

It seems the world has never been so personal. We receive daily updates from a variety of sources about friends, family and even previously untouchable celebrities and public figures. There is little distinction between the real world and online social media content. With this mass of personal information being shared,...

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The Status of Fine Art Photography in a Digital Age

(0) Comments | Posted 1 May 2012 | (20:30)

How many photos have you seen today? How many did you take this week? We live in a world saturated with images, in an era where more and more cameras are being produced and streamlined into other products. Consequently photographic technology has become readily available to billions of people, discreetly...

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The Big Egg Hunt

(8) Comments | Posted 28 February 2012 | (23:00)

My short walk to work from Green Park tube is usually a time to take in the latest designer window display (as an aside, my current favourite are the completely mad, Rococo-inspired Miu Miu shoes) but this morning I was completely distracted by two large decorated eggs that I spotted...

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