Analysis of Claude Monet’s Impression, Sunrise

By Jamie Yurasits

Throughout the years, Claude Monet’s Impression, Sunrise has been celebrated as the quintessential symbol of the Impressionist Movement.  This renowned work of art which illustrates a view of the port of Le Havre in north-western France is considered to be one of Monet’s “most poetic expressions” of his engagement with France’s revitalization efforts after the … Continue reading →

Art, Art, Art History, Research, Volume 4

Analysis of the Wilton Diptych

By Jamie Yurasits

Over many centuries, the mysteries and meanings behind the Wilton Diptych have entranced researchers as they have sought to uncover them.  This exceedingly rare piece of artwork which illustrates the devotion of King Richard II to the Virgin and Child has been considered to be the “most famous panel-painting to survive from medieval England.”[1] While … Continue reading →

Art, Art History, Research, Volume 3