Monthly Archives: January 2014

A Cast of American Character

‘Lassoing Wild Horses’ (1898), by Solon Hannibal Borglum. National Cowboy Western Heritage Museum The American West In Bronze, 1850-1925 Metropolitan Museum of Art Through April 13 New York One of the pleasures of the reopening of the Metropolitan Museum of … Continue reading

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The art of healing

Happy jungle animals swinging from branches, napping in the shade and enjoying a lazy day greet the sick children who arrive for outpatient treatment at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center. These funny animals from the brush of muralist Kent … Continue reading

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Totally Rad — Left Front’ exhibit showcases arts/politics collision – Chicago Sun

By Terry Loncaric For Sun-Times Media January 29, 2014 4:42PM “The Strike is Won” by Harry Gottlieb, 1937 screenprint. | Photos courtesy of Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University.

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Still Life With Bread Crumbs

Book Reviews by Heller McAlpin Quindlen’s novel Still Life with Bread Crumbs is predictably comforting and readable, even as it details the challenges of a modern middle-aged woman: the fallout of divorce, a career on the wane, and the endless … Continue reading

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How to Set Up a Flower for Still Life Painting – About

By Marion Boddy-EvansJanuary 30, 2014 My Bio Headlines Forum RSS Article source: http://painting.about.com/b/2014/01/30/how-to-set-up-a-flower-still-life-for-painting.htm

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Anna Quindlen Is (Still) The Voice Of Her Generation

Back in the 1980s, Anna Quindlen’s New York Times column, “Life in the 30s,” delineated — with humor and grace — what so many of her fellow newly liberated female Boomers were going through: the complications of using your maiden … Continue reading

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February Art Gallery features return of former student’s landscapes

“Art is a reflection of my life. The things that are important to me and the things that I connect with are usually what are outwardly expressed on canvas. I have a passion for coastal and island life. My favorite … Continue reading

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Hauser & Wirth to Present Selections from Reinhard Onnasch’s Collection, Begin …

Beginning 7 February, Hauser Wirth is honored to present an extraordinary selection of works from the collection of Reinhard Onnasch. A celebration of Onnasch’s longstanding passion for art and collecting, ‘Re-View: Onnasch Collection’ is curated by Paul Schimmel, celebrated post-war … Continue reading

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Art historian Henry Adams talks about his latest book at Wolf’s Gallery

CLEVELAND – Decades passed since the French Revolution. And in Paris, France, a radical group of painters emerged during the 1870s. They dared to be different and experimented with the use of tiny, expressive brushstrokes in paintings. Subject matter, though … Continue reading

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Bernard Perlin, Painter of Varied Styles, Dies at 95

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