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ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/Art Curious

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ArtCurious Podcast

ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/Art Curious

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Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2020 Jennifer Dasal // Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @artcuriouspod

Latest Episodes

Episode #64: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Rosa Bonheur (Season 7, Episode 4)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Rosa Bonheur. For more information on this artist, check out The Art Story: Rosa Bonheur Biography and Legacy Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: Enjoy a free trial of unlimited content Ob...

31 MIN1 w ago
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Episode #64: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Rosa Bonheur (Season 7, Episode 4)

Episode #63: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Henry Ossawa Tanner (Season 7, Episode 3)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Henry Ossawa Tanner. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: Enjoy a free trial of unlimited content Care/Of: Get 50% off your first vitamin/supplement purchase Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26 MIN3 w ago
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Episode #63: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Henry Ossawa Tanner (Season 7, Episode 3)

BONUS: A HUGE Announcement from ArtCurious!

ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History Coming September 15, 2020 from Penguin Books Preorder at our website: artcuriouspodcast.com/book Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4 MINMAY 1
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BONUS: A HUGE Announcement from ArtCurious!

Episode #62: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Jusepe de Ribera (Season 7, Episode 2)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Jusepe de Ribera. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: Enjoy a free trial and pay only $10 a month when you sign up for a quarterly plan Objective Wellness: Get 20% off your first order with promo code ARTCURIOUS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23 MINAPR 20
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Episode #62: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Jusepe de Ribera (Season 7, Episode 2)

Episode #61: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know--Angelica Kauffman (Season 7, Episode 1)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Angelica Kauffman. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: listeners will receive 3 full months of unlimited access for just $30 The Gabriel Method: try this 12-week weight loss solution from ...

25 MINAPR 6
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Episode #61: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know--Angelica Kauffman (Season 7, Episode 1)

CURIOUS CALLBACK Episode #51: Shock Art: Gericault's The Raft of the Medusa (Season 5, Episode 5)

Works that we take for granted today as masterpieces, or as epitomes of the finest of fine art, could also have been considered ugly, of poor quality, or just bad when they were first made. With the passage of time comes a calm and an acceptance. But that doesn’t change the fact that there are many works peppered throughout art history that were straight-up shocking to the public when they were first presented decades, or even hundreds of years ago. Today's work of "shock art:" Gericault’s The Raft of the Medusa. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! SPONSORS Indeed: get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first post The Gabriel Method: try this 12-week weight loss solution from Jon Gabriel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

24 MINMAR 16
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CURIOUS CALLBACK Episode #51: Shock Art: Gericault's The Raft of the Medusa (Season 5, Episode 5)

CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #44, Shock Art: Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son (Season 4, Episode 5)

Works that we take for granted today as masterpieces, or as epitomes of the finest of fine art, could also have been considered ugly, of poor quality, or just bad when they were first made. With the passage of time comes a calm and an acceptance. But that doesn’t change the fact that there are many works peppered throughout art history that were straight-up shocking to the public when they were first presented decades, or even hundreds of years ago. Today's work of "shock art:" Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram Sponsors The Great Courses Plus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23 MINFEB 17
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CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #44, Shock Art: Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son (Season 4, Episode 5)

CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #36: Rivals- Turner vs. Constable (Season 3, Episode 5)

In 19th century England, landscape painting transitioned into being something lovely and comparatively calm, and transformed into a personal and stylistic battleground. Landscape: pristine and idealized, or rough, ready, and turbulent? Which one would better express the heart of 19th century British painting? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS: The Great Courses Plus: Get three months of unlimited access for just $30 Prose: get your personalized hair consultation and 20% off your first order Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

32 MINJAN 20
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CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #36: Rivals- Turner vs. Constable (Season 3, Episode 5)

Episode #60: True Crime/Fine Art: Man Ray and the Black Dahlia Connection

This season we’re learning that true crime and art history are two genres that have smashed together with some fascinating results. Today’s show: it’s our season finale, and this is the story we have been DYING (sorry) to tell you. Did Man Ray inspire the infamous (and infamously unsolved) Black Dahlia murder? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS Audible: enjoy aspecial offer of 53% off your first 3 months of Audible by visiting audible.com/artcurious or text ARTCURIOUS to 500-500. Feals: Become a member today by going to feals.com/artcurious and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

32 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Episode #60: True Crime/Fine Art: Man Ray and the Black Dahlia Connection

BONUS: Listen to Wondery's Bad Batch Podcast

In Wondery's new seriesBadBatch, host Laura Beil (Dr. Death) investigates the multi-billion dollar underregulated industry of stem cell therapy where greed and desperation collide. When a group of patients wind up in a Texas hospital in critical condition, the trail leads back to one stem cell company and its charismatic CEO. What happens when a supposed miracle cure leaves you worse off than before? Listen toBadBatchat wondery.fm/BadBatchArtCurious. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

6 MIN2019 DEC 20
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BONUS: Listen to Wondery's Bad Batch Podcast

Latest Episodes

Episode #64: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Rosa Bonheur (Season 7, Episode 4)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Rosa Bonheur. For more information on this artist, check out The Art Story: Rosa Bonheur Biography and Legacy Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: Enjoy a free trial of unlimited content Ob...

31 MIN1 w ago
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Episode #64: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Rosa Bonheur (Season 7, Episode 4)

Episode #63: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Henry Ossawa Tanner (Season 7, Episode 3)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Henry Ossawa Tanner. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: Enjoy a free trial of unlimited content Care/Of: Get 50% off your first vitamin/supplement purchase Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26 MIN3 w ago
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Episode #63: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Henry Ossawa Tanner (Season 7, Episode 3)

BONUS: A HUGE Announcement from ArtCurious!

ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History Coming September 15, 2020 from Penguin Books Preorder at our website: artcuriouspodcast.com/book Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4 MINMAY 1
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BONUS: A HUGE Announcement from ArtCurious!

Episode #62: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Jusepe de Ribera (Season 7, Episode 2)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Jusepe de Ribera. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: Enjoy a free trial and pay only $10 a month when you sign up for a quarterly plan Objective Wellness: Get 20% off your first order with promo code ARTCURIOUS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23 MINAPR 20
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Episode #62: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know: Jusepe de Ribera (Season 7, Episode 2)

Episode #61: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know--Angelica Kauffman (Season 7, Episode 1)

For most Americans, there’s a list of arts that they might be able to rattle off if pressed to name them off the top of their heads. Picasso. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Name recognition does go a long way, but such lists also highlight what many of us don’t know-- a huge treasure trove of talented artists from decades or centuries past that might not be household names, but still have created incredible additions to the story of art. It’s not a surprise that many of these individuals represent the more diverse side of things, too-- women, people of color, different spheres of the social or sexual spectrum. This season on the ArtCurious podcast, we’re covering the coolest artists you don’t know. This week: Angelica Kauffman. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS The Great Courses Plus: listeners will receive 3 full months of unlimited access for just $30 The Gabriel Method: try this 12-week weight loss solution from ...

25 MINAPR 6
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Episode #61: The Coolest Artists You Don't Know--Angelica Kauffman (Season 7, Episode 1)

CURIOUS CALLBACK Episode #51: Shock Art: Gericault's The Raft of the Medusa (Season 5, Episode 5)

Works that we take for granted today as masterpieces, or as epitomes of the finest of fine art, could also have been considered ugly, of poor quality, or just bad when they were first made. With the passage of time comes a calm and an acceptance. But that doesn’t change the fact that there are many works peppered throughout art history that were straight-up shocking to the public when they were first presented decades, or even hundreds of years ago. Today's work of "shock art:" Gericault’s The Raft of the Medusa. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! SPONSORS Indeed: get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first post The Gabriel Method: try this 12-week weight loss solution from Jon Gabriel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

24 MINMAR 16
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CURIOUS CALLBACK Episode #51: Shock Art: Gericault's The Raft of the Medusa (Season 5, Episode 5)

CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #44, Shock Art: Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son (Season 4, Episode 5)

Works that we take for granted today as masterpieces, or as epitomes of the finest of fine art, could also have been considered ugly, of poor quality, or just bad when they were first made. With the passage of time comes a calm and an acceptance. But that doesn’t change the fact that there are many works peppered throughout art history that were straight-up shocking to the public when they were first presented decades, or even hundreds of years ago. Today's work of "shock art:" Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram Sponsors The Great Courses Plus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23 MINFEB 17
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CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #44, Shock Art: Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son (Season 4, Episode 5)

CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #36: Rivals- Turner vs. Constable (Season 3, Episode 5)

In 19th century England, landscape painting transitioned into being something lovely and comparatively calm, and transformed into a personal and stylistic battleground. Landscape: pristine and idealized, or rough, ready, and turbulent? Which one would better express the heart of 19th century British painting? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS: The Great Courses Plus: Get three months of unlimited access for just $30 Prose: get your personalized hair consultation and 20% off your first order Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

32 MINJAN 20
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CURIOUS CALLBACK: Episode #36: Rivals- Turner vs. Constable (Season 3, Episode 5)

Episode #60: True Crime/Fine Art: Man Ray and the Black Dahlia Connection

This season we’re learning that true crime and art history are two genres that have smashed together with some fascinating results. Today’s show: it’s our season finale, and this is the story we have been DYING (sorry) to tell you. Did Man Ray inspire the infamous (and infamously unsolved) Black Dahlia murder? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts! Twitter / Facebook/ Instagram SPONSORS Audible: enjoy aspecial offer of 53% off your first 3 months of Audible by visiting audible.com/artcurious or text ARTCURIOUS to 500-500. Feals: Become a member today by going to feals.com/artcurious and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

32 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Episode #60: True Crime/Fine Art: Man Ray and the Black Dahlia Connection

BONUS: Listen to Wondery's Bad Batch Podcast

In Wondery's new seriesBadBatch, host Laura Beil (Dr. Death) investigates the multi-billion dollar underregulated industry of stem cell therapy where greed and desperation collide. When a group of patients wind up in a Texas hospital in critical condition, the trail leads back to one stem cell company and its charismatic CEO. What happens when a supposed miracle cure leaves you worse off than before? Listen toBadBatchat wondery.fm/BadBatchArtCurious. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

6 MIN2019 DEC 20
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BONUS: Listen to Wondery's Bad Batch Podcast

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