Let’s take a new view of some old favorites – renaming a van Gogh, appreciating air pollution, and interacting with art.
Vegetable still life gets a new name
Formerly titled “Red Cabbages and Onions”, the Van Gogh Museum has renamed the piece thanks to the culinary expertise of a chef visitor.
An unexpected benefit of air pollution
Research on the 19th century paintings of Turner and Monet shows that their artworks captured the increasing air pollution due to the industrial revolution. In fact, Monet wrote a letter to his wife, complaining about the lack of smoke from trains.
If you haven’t seen this 2-minute short film ad, it’s worth a watch. It’s a fun imaginative journey through art and the creative process.
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