Pablo Picasso’s ‘Canvas Painting’ is now available for iOS and Android with Apple’s ‘iOS 9’ release

A few days ago, Pablo Picassos ‘Canvases’ artworks were available on Apple’s App Store.But now that they’ve been made available on Google Play for iOS, you can now download them, too.The artwork is available for the iPhone, iPad and Android, though it requires an Apple Watch to use.Picasso first started working on his canvases as …

Solarium: The moon’s most beautiful mineral painting

Solarium is a mysterious mineral with no known origin.The painting, which is on display in the Museum of Modern Art’s Art Gallery of New York, depicts a moon rock.Its name comes from the Sanskrit word for moon.Solarium has a distinctive red, green and blue color.Scientists have identified its chemical structure as iron oxide.It’s also thought …

When to leave your home paint for safe use

Posted October 06, 2018 07:09:50 Home Depot will no longer be selling paint for fireplaces, a change that was announced in late November.The paint has long been used for a variety of decorative purposes and, after the firestorm that broke out in September, the paint maker decided to put its paint-making operations under closer scrutiny.While …

How to create a bird-inspired painting that could scare away enemies

A painting that has captivated the imagination of millions of people worldwide is now being reinterpreted by experts who believe the work was created in a time of fear and war.The painting entitled ‘Nighthawks Painting’ was painted by Pablo Picasso in 1883.It is one of the most popular and influential pieces of art of the …

When the Night of the Paintings Goes Down: A History of the Color Wars

The last time there was a paint-splatter war was in the 1920s.The painting war began in earnest in the 1940s when a spate of paint-spatter incidents brought down President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.It was the height of the Great Depression and paint-based products like paint and glue were everywhere.But the paint wars didn’t just end in …

When the Night of the Paintings Goes Down: A History of the Color Wars

The last time there was a paint-splatter war was in the 1920s.The painting war began in earnest in the 1940s when a spate of paint-spatter incidents brought down President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.It was the height of the Great Depression and paint-based products like paint and glue were everywhere.But the paint wars didn’t just end in …

When the Night of the Paintings Goes Down: A History of the Color Wars

The last time there was a paint-splatter war was in the 1920s.The painting war began in earnest in the 1940s when a spate of paint-spatter incidents brought down President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.It was the height of the Great Depression and paint-based products like paint and glue were everywhere.But the paint wars didn’t just end in …