What is that princess doing dressed for a pageant, and what is happening to her swatch of carmine fabric? How billows express motion.
A journey through some visual illusions show how a simple physical concept of human colour vision doesn’t work. It’s all about perception, not physics.
Once back in his village, Don Quixote explained about his defeat and promise to stay at home for a year. Over a period of ten days, he later declined and died.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 150. Here are my solutions to them. 1: One […]
Kuroda Seiki moved to Paris in 1884 to study law. Two years later, he changed to painting, and returned to Japan to transform art there.
In 1876, a relatively unknown Italian landscape painter started the transformation of Japanese painting from its 400 year old tradition.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: One of the […]
He painted alongside Tintoretto in Venice, then around 1600 painted an epic replacement for one of Tintoretto’s works destroyed by fire.
During 1888-89, he started sailing his boat, the ‘Tub’, on the River Seine, and visited the coast. He moved from industrial views to those of rivers, the sea and watersports.
Parse text into parts of speech, or simply recognise their language or script. Analyse the frequency of words in a text, with an option to do this by word roots (lemmas).