Monthly Archives: June 2017

Claude Monet’s Secret Garden uncovers the impressionist master’s late abstractions

Claude Monet’s Secret GardenAt the Vancouver Art Gallery until October 1 Recently opened to great fanfare at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Claude Monet’s Secret Garden is a juicy summer show, guaranteed to attract tourists and locals alike. The “secret” in … Continue reading

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Robot jazz musician, Shimon, to play Aspen Ideas Fest

Shimon plays a mean marimba. This much-buzzed-about bandleader knows just about everything about music theory and can play any style. With his jazz band, Shimon listens attentively, watches the guitarist and drummer’s body language for cues, and improvises with them … Continue reading

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In Manchester

Advanced search! Our online archive of 25 years of news, sports and opinion from the pages of the New Hampshire Union Leader. Article source: http://www.newhampshire.com/article/20170629/NEWHAMPSHIRE01/170629213

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Paintings packed with joie de vivre – John Minton: A Centenary Pallant House, Chichester, review

In the early Fifties, John Minton was probably Britain’s most popular artist, better known than his friends Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud. Rationing was still in force; Abstract Expressionism was in full flow in New York, but barely known about … Continue reading

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Head for ‘Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade’

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Celebrating 140 years of the Museum School

Anne Lyman Powers’s 1948 social-realist portrait “The Stoker.” Childs Gallery’s effervescent “The Boston Accent: 140 Years of The Museum School,” marks the anniversary of the first classes at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (now at Tufts University). … Continue reading

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Renato loved his home in Florence, Italy. He loved the people there. And the food there. But he especially loved the …

Renato loved his home in Florence, Italy.He loved the people there. And the food there.But he especially loved the art there.It was everywhere. So begins Renato and the Lion, a new picture book by debut author/illustrator Barbara DiLorenzo. With ravishing watercolor illustrations, … Continue reading

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News

Phil Kidd of Bear Creek, Sharon Hourigan of Mountain Top, and Helen Crispino of Dalton will be among 50 international artists featured when the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University presents, “Capturing Realism 2017,” from July 8 through Aug. … Continue reading

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Astoria show features de Groot and Tobey

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The new horizons of landscape painting

Contemporary landscape artists are defying conventions and the laws of nature Between 1974 and 1977, Anselm Kiefer painted a book of watercolours – Transition from Cool to Warm – of seascapes morphing into orange female nudes. It broadened the definition … Continue reading

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