From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
This Week In History, July 30 – August 5
One Middle Eastern nation shares 93 percent of its DNA with this ancient race thought to be lost to history.
New York Painter Tom Bob Turns Found Objects Into Amazing Street Art
In Tom Bob's unique hands, pipes quickly become sassy snakes, and a manhole cover transforms into an Oreo.
Alice Cooper Finds Andy Warhol Masterpiece In Storage
The Godfather of Shock Rock has, appropriately, found one of Warhol's "Little Electric Chair" silkscreens.
Salvador Dalí’s Body Was Just Dug Up, And His Mustache Is Still Intact
Death is no match for the surrealist painter's famous 'stache.
GoT Creators Are Making An Alt-History Show Where The South Won, And People Already Hate It
Unlike "Game of Thrones," people don't seem to be down with this fictional world.
Artist Uses 100,000 Books To Make Full-Scale Parthenon Where Nazis Burned Them
In 1933, Nazis burned 2,000 books they found "subversive." A conceptual artist has just built a Parthenon of banned books where the burning took place.
World’s Oldest Coloring Book Discovered In Missouri Library
A copy of the oldest known coloring book, from 1760, was discovered in the Missouri Botanical Garden's library.
44 Prince Photos To Remind You Just How Amazing The Music Icon’s Style Was
Inimitable images with style to spare.
This Week In History, June 4 – June 10
Mummy DNA uncovered, dinosaur-era bird found, ancient Roman cat pawprint discovered, oldest homo sapiens fossil unearthed, Van Gogh paintings made into film.
First-Ever Fully Painted Film Brings Vincent Van Gogh’s Art To Life
The film will debut in France next week.
Bob Ross: The Man Behind The Happy Little Trees
He gave up a career in the Air Force to teach millions of people the joy of painting. An accident early in life cost him the tip of his finger. And his hair was actually straight. There's a lot to be learned about legendary painter Bob Ross.