DAILY ART FIX: 10 Visually Stunning Movies for Art History Buffs

Art world links which caught my eye…

Love is the Devil”: A portrait of a cruel affair | Madison Movie

Actor Derek Jacobi as painter Francis Bacon in Love is the Devil

The resemblance is uncanny

The myth of artists as larger-than-life tormented geniuses who lead debauched, bohemian existences is not always a myth. As such, the lives of artists can make for some compelling dramas and documentaries, often tinged with tragedy. This list includes ten examples of artists captured for the screen.

See the full article here: SCREEN RANT – 10 Visually Stunning Movies for Art History Buffs


RICHARD BLEDSOE is a visual story teller; a painter of fables and parables. He received his BFA in Painting from Virginia Commonwealth University. Richard has been an exhibiting artist for over 25 years, in both the United States and internationally. He lives and paints happily in Phoenix, Arizona, with his wife Michele and cat Motorhead. He is the author of Remodern America: How the Renewal of the Arts Will Change the Course of Western Civilization.


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3 thoughts on “DAILY ART FIX: 10 Visually Stunning Movies for Art History Buffs

  1. It’s a well known fact that you ” must” be tormented to lead a thoroughly enjoyable ( debauched) life. Doubly so if you happen to be an artist.

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