The Influence of Art on History, Part 2: The Boston Massacre

For centuries, people have used art to convey power and authority as well as persuade thinking. This 4-part series examines King Louis XIV’s Palace of Versailles; Paul Revere’s engraving, The Bloody Massacre; and Charles Dickens’ novel, Oliver Twist. #TBIN Continue Reading →

The Influence of Art on History, Part 1: Versailles

For centuries, people have used art to convey power and authority as well as persuade thinking. This 4-part series examines King Louis XIV’s Palace of Versailles; Paul Revere’s engraving, The Bloody Massacre; and Charles Dickens’ novel, Oliver Twist. #TBIN Continue Reading →

Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall

The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is an absolutely beautiful building in the middle of Bangkok. It is situated at the end of Rajdamnoen Avenue between Vinmanmek Palace, the former royal residence, Continue Reading →

The Great Mosque of Cordoba

In the southern half of Spain, in one of the oldest cities in the region, lies one of the most unique structures in religious history. Beginning in 152 BC, in Continue Reading →