DailyArt 12+

Daily Dose of Art History

Zuzanna Stanska

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 26.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Every day get inspired by beautiful classic, modern and contemporary art masterpieces and read short stories about them. Join the community of over 1.000.000 art lovers, for whom DailyArt is something that enlightens their day, every day. For free. Now available in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Arabic, Dutch, German, Greek, Hindi, Farsi, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian, Russian, Turkish and Ukrainian. New translations will come soon!

- Explore and search the collection of more than 2500 masterpieces,
- Read 700 artist biographies and information about 500 museum collections,
- Add masterpieces to your favorites,
- Easily find DailyArts which you haven't seen yet,
- Share everything among your family and friends,
- Set up your account and use DailyArt on multiple devices your phones, tablets, iWatches :]
- Use dark mode!
- And what's the most important - enjoy art!

Do you want to know why van Gogh cut off his ear? Or who is the lady on Picasso's portrait? How Jackson Pollock created his paintings? Open DailyArt and find out. According to Time Magazine, VentureBeat and Mashable, DailyArt is a must-have app for all art lovers.

- "Even if you already know the work, you may not know all the fascinating details the app serves up on the backstory of the art." - Victor Luckerson, Time Magazine

- “DailyArt is your daily dose of classic paintings, serving up a proverbial shot of espresso to awaken the inner culture vulture in you (...) One of the best 12 educational apps of 2012" - Paul Sawers, The Next Web.

- "With its superb images and informative biographical blurbs, DailyArt is perfect for those looking to add some culture to their day." - Kelly Hodgkins, TUAW

Learn something new about art every day - you just need two minutes. Download your espresso shot of art, for free - with no ads, just pure art.

What’s New

Version 4.8.1

iOS16 bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26.7K Ratings

26.7K Ratings

Ethan, SPT ,

Perfect for beginners

I have been using DailyArt for 4 years years now, since I was a sophomore in college. Before that, I didn’t have much experience in the art realm as far as history went. I mainly knew that I had an ability to appreciate art, that it made me happy to look at and analyze a piece, and that it made me think critically about something other than school which I have appreciated ever since downloading this app. DailyArt curates works everyday so that I don’t have to go out looking on my own and they have introduced me to so many artists I wouldn’t have otherwise stumbled upon. This app has become my escape from the busy life as a student now in a doctoral program, allowing me to slip away into the wonderful world of art and push the stress of exams, deadlines, etc away even if it is just for a moment. I highly recommend this app to any beginner (and seasoned art connoisseur as well) wanting to learn about art from around the world and establish a solid base. The diversity of works presented allows you to develop your own tastes so that you can go out and research your preferred style even more. It has become part of my daily routine and I recommend reading the daily work over breakfast with a warm cup of coffee and a pastry😁


Steeped in knowledge of fine arts

This is a delicious, informative, and open e-magazine on the fine arts. Each day I cannot wait to see the art work for the day. Sophisticated, knowledgeable art historians who volunteer to educate the readership are selected to dive deeper about a specific artist with fascinating insight. So many times these extraordinary Daily Art
masterpieces have lifted me out from a deeply depressed state. This site has directly influenced me to take beginning drawing classes but most importantly, each day it rekindles a hope that through the arts humanity is granted another opportunity to renew and to redeem itself. Daily Art encompasses and includes art worldwide. I have seen the phenomenal efforts by its CEO to be not only inclusive with respect to art and artists globally but to reach out to people world wide such that translators from every non English speaking locations have been sought so that people the world over can freely benefit and have the same opportunity to enjoy Daily Art Magazine (online) as those who live in the West.

Rhondalay ,


I am being punished for recent complaint email. A recent picture, the information given for that picture said something about the artists racism. It really was not any thing to do with the art piece itself, which was a beautiful piece. So I sent them a note to tell them I was disappointed, and that they should leave politics out of this… Politics has nothing to do with enjoying and learning about art works. I have supported them with a paid full subscription. Now I can’t see the most recent offering of art, it just keeps spinning and won’t load any artwork…tried twice today, morning and evening. These people are about as immature as they come, I do not recommend them at all.
(If I’m able to access the art for my paid subscription within the next day or so, I’ll come back and edit this. Otherwise I request a refund. )

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