Art Speaks is the Epoch Times’ global art exploration project. Here we explore works of art created before 1900 from all parts of the world—Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania—and in all mediums whether they be decorative or fine.

The goal of Art Speaks is to serve as a forum to diversify the public’s artistic appreciation and for writers and readers to gain from each other more pathways to explore traditional art.

Anyone who has insight to share is welcome to participate. To pitch an idea, first submit a photograph of the artwork you wish to write about via this form. If approved, an editor will contact you to begin the writing process.

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