Frida tells the story of the Mexican artist’s bizarre relationship with husband Diego Rivera, her pain filled life, Communist beliefs, and blind devotion to Joseph Stalin.
At a NYC art museum where a bomb explosion kills his mother, her young son survives & steals the painting she admired, a work that will greatly complicate his adult life.
Psychoanalyst Ruben Brandt’s hunger is not physical, but mental and spiritual. He is haunted by nightmares that he longs to get rid of and stealing great paintings he comes to believe is the way to do so. A lover of great art (his name is based on a combination of Rubens and Rembrandt) who uses …
Vincent van Gogh’s last days are told as the son of one of his subjects tries to deliver a letter written by the artist to his brother, who also has died.
In this animated film set in 1814 Edo (Tokyo) the great artist Hokusai’s assertive daughter also is an artist, who might have created some attributed to him.
Director Aleksandr Sokurov takes us to another landmark museum in Francofonia. Click the image to read my entire review.
The unlikely love affair of bull rider Luke & Sophia, heading off to a NYC art gallery, is aided by a 2nd story told in love letters by a Jewish man they rescue from a burning car.
A prep school English teacher arguing with an art teacher that words are more important than pictures gets virtually all of the students excited & involved.
An inventor obsessively reproduces Vermeer’s studio to test a theory that the Dutch artist used a camera obscura for his “The Music Lesson.”