Quinn and Betty are two non-professional art enthusiasts who love art and want to learn more about it. They take turns researching interesting parts of art history and culture, and sharing those stories with each other. Hosted by Betty Chen and Quinn Rose.
AI Art, Revisited More
We are distressed.
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AI Art, Revisited
We are concerned.
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This Painting is Upside Down
An art historian recently discovered that a Mondrian painting has been hung upside down for decades. How does something like that happen, and what made them realize the mistake?
Warhol, Prince, and the Supreme Court
After Lynn Goldsmith took photos of Prince, she gave Andy Warhol permission to make an illustration. However, she had no idea that he made a series of illustrations. Now she has a case in front of the Supreme Court that may shape the future of copyright.
Presidential portraits! Why are so many so boring and a few actually quite interesting? How does Pikachu fit in to this? Let's find out.
TikTok's Favorite Paintings
Well, there was a fun TikTok trend about everyone's favorite art pieces, but then the sound got taken down and all the videos are unavailable now, so you're going to have to take our word for it. I mean it's fine, we link to all the art, but still. Rude.
i came from betty’s youtube and really love the interaction of the hosts and that they are very clear on how they feel but still give a great history or context for the topic of the episode. always a great discussion combined with the topic and explaining why they are talking about it. i am going back through the archive and really enjoying it and cannot wait to
share with my art teacher colleagues (i teach high school math and special ed)
Fun show with personable hosts
Pictorial is unlike the shows I typically listen to but Quinn and Betty are a delight and do a great job exploring the topics they present.
As someone from the art establishment:
There is a way to talk about art, and a way not to talk about art. THIS IS NOT IT. There are certain methods taught to art historians to visually analyze art, to encourage others to continue the dialogue and promote understanding of art in the past, present and the future. I am so glad the hosts love art; please leave the talking about it to those who know what they are doing.
Also, way too many ums, likes, and hums and haas in the background. Super disturbing.