Exhibition Review: The Legacy of the Ancher’s, Skagen Museum

The exhibition Arven fra Anchers, or The Legacy of the Ancher's, is currently on show at the Skagen Museum, and provides a superb insight into the artistic process of both Michael and Anna Ancher, as well as the impact an artistic upbringing had on their only child Helga. Upon entering, it is Michael Ancher's Girl … Continue reading Exhibition Review: The Legacy of the Ancher’s, Skagen Museum

Mini Exhibition Review: “Flesh” at York Art Gallery

Ok, so yes this has absolutely nothing┬áto do with Scandinavian art, unless you consider York's Viking history, but that's just a roundabout and convoluted way of justifying the inclusion of a mini-review on an exhibition to do with Flesh currently on show at York Art Gallery. I'm including this here as it is something I … Continue reading Mini Exhibition Review: “Flesh” at York Art Gallery

Book Review: Steffen Kverneland’s Glorious Graphic Novel “Munch”

Edvard Munch's The Scream is one of the most recognised paintings in the history of art. One could argue that alongside Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, Monet's Water Lilies, and Warhol's Marilyn, it has become an iconic, and popular, painting which the general public are increasingly familiar with. With Steffen Kverneland's graphic biography, simply entitled "Munch", the … Continue reading Book Review: Steffen Kverneland’s Glorious Graphic Novel “Munch”