Simone Finkelstein

on The Hôtel de Varengeville Room

THE ARTIST PROJECT

Arielle Hadad

on Jan van Eyck's The Last Judgment

"Van Eyck doesn’t make stuff up. It’s just this natural cycle, you have animals eating other animals. It feels more real to me when it’s done this way."

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Arielle Hadad explores the balance between chaos and order through the juxtaposition of natural and surrealistic imagery in paintings and collage.

AS SEEN IN THE EPISODE

The Crucifixion, The Last Judgment (ca. 1440–41); Jan van Eyck (Netherlandish, Maaseik ca. 1390–1441 Bruges) and Workshop Assistant; Oil on canvas, transferred from wood; Each 22 1/4 x 7 2/3 in. (56.5 x 19.7 cm); Fletcher Fund, 1933.

Hannah Hoff

on Edgar Degas' The Little Fourteen Year-Old Dancer