Monthly Archives: June 2014

WTF Is the George Lucas Museum?

N.C. Wyeth, “The Pioneer the Vision) (c. 1918), in the collection of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Yesterday morning news broke that filmmaker George Lucas will locate his Death Star museum in Chicago, not in San Francisco or Los Angeles, as previously discussed. … Continue reading

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Shapes of an Extroverted Life

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‘Head of a Man’ reattributed to Van Gogh

Enabling Cookies in Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9 + Open the Internet Browser Click Tools (or “gear” icon at top right hand corner) Internet Options Privacy Advanced Check Override automatic cookie handling For First-party Cookies and Third-party Cookies click Accept … Continue reading

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Exploring Expressionism

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Walk into Museum Art Gallery and you may experience an impalpable agony seeping through your senses and drench you in its dark contours. ‘Mindscapes’, an exhibition of paintings by four artists – Mahesh Viswan, his wife Sneha Mahesh and … Continue reading

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American Realism by Way of Woodstock

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Last Call: Still Lifes

Editor’s note: Southern Glossary is a web-based magazine experimenting with different approaches to arts coverage. With a blend of feature writing and blogging, Southern Glossary hopes to provide wide-ranging communication among artists, performers, and art-lovers across the region. In the City that … Continue reading

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Landscape comes to life at art exhibition on the hill

Those who hike or bike at Silver Star Mountain in the summer know they are going to get a spectacular view of the Monashees along with an up-close look at the colourful wildflowers that grow on the summit. However, there’s … Continue reading

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Gerd Koch To Lead Tour of LACMA Expressionism

more articles like this Gerd Koch To Lead Tour of LACMA Expressionism updated: Jun 26, 2014, 2:45 PM By Sheldon Brown Artist Gerd Koch will give a free preview talk at Studio Channel Islands Art Center’s Blackboard Gallery on Wednesday, … Continue reading

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CAM Cézanne works loaned to ex-curator’s acclaimed show

Still life with Bread and Eggs, 1865 (oil on canvas) by Cezanne, Paul (1839-1906); Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio, USA(Photo: www.bridgemanart.com) Two works of Paul Cézanne that are owned by the Cincinnati Art Museum have joined a landmark exhibition of still-life … Continue reading

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Art Review: ‘In a New Light,’ Pizzagalli Center

If it weren’t for Mary Cassatt, the Shelburne Museum’s current exhibit “In a New Light: French Impressionism Arrives in America” might very well not exist. The painter (1844-1926) was born in Pittsburgh but found what she called her “spiritual home” … Continue reading

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