Sabrina Schochet

on Francis Bacon's Three Studies for a Self-Portrait

THE ARTIST PROJECT

Olivia Schwartz

on Jules Bastien-Lepage's Joan of Arc

“You see the emotion in her eyes. She looks like a real person, she’s standing out to me, and it feels like I could touch her.”

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Olivia Schwartz brings her emotions to the page, channeling daily experiences through abstraction and portraiture. She primarily works in charcoal, chalk, and acrylic paint.

AS SEEN IN THE EPISODE

Joan of Arc (1879); Jules Bastien-Lepage (French, Damvillers 1848–1884 Paris); Oil on canvas; 100 x 110 in. (254 x 279.4 cm); Gift of Erwin Davis, 1889.

Lily Shams

on Winslow Homer and J.M.W Turner