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Art by the granddaughter of Walter Emerson Baum goes on display at Baum School

As a child, Ellen Grim Harter watched her grandfather Walter Emerson Baum as he sketched and painted his famous landscapes and village scene in his Sellersville studio. Sometimes she even posed for him. Baum, as one of the foremost Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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Artist Transforms the Natural World Into Dreamy Landscapes You’ll Want to Step Into

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Secret Maps And Sacred Landscapes: The Phillips Presents 68 Spectacular Artworks By Aboriginal Women

In the Northern Territory of Australia, home to the Anmatyerre people, the bush plum is considered a delicacy. But knowing where bush plums grow is not only a matter of eating well. Bush plums are also the fruit of creation, … Continue reading

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Clark showcases women artists of 19th-century Paris

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Arts & Culture Exhibits for June 14 to June 20, 2018

Ending soon Hannah Harvester: Barstow’s hosts local painter and printmaker, Hannah Harvester, through June 15. Free. Barstow’s Dairy Store and Bakery, 172 Hockanum Road, Hadley. 413-586-2142. info@barstowslongviewfarm.com. “Magical Shelburne Falls”: Photographer Martin Yaffee displays many scenic images of the landmarks … Continue reading

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Asad Faulwell paints the tense landscape where Middle East meets America

The portraits depict about a dozen women who smuggled in bombs during the Algerian War of Independence 60 years ago, a time when Algerian nationalists were blowing up cafes in a campaign to expel French colonialists from their country. “The … Continue reading

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How to Be an Artist, According to Henri Matisse

To put it simply, Matisse’s number-one artistic mantra, which underlined essentially every creative choice he made, can be summed up by “expression is everything.” In his own words, from 1908, “The entire arrangement of my picture is expressive: the place … Continue reading

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Library explores British defence of German ‘degenerate art’

They were often innocuous landscapes, conservative portraits and colourful modernist abstract paintings of nothing in particular, but to the Nazis the artworks were “sick”, “twisted” and “filth”. The story of German “degenerate art” and the British defence of it is … Continue reading

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Van Gogh and Japan: the prints that shaped the artist

In February 1888, Vincent van Gogh left Paris, where he had been living for a couple of years, and headed for the city of Arles in Provence, in southern France. Exhausted by his time in the metropolis, and eager to … Continue reading

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Ein Hod’s treasure trove of art

Established in 1953 as an artists’ colony, Ein Hod, southeast of Haifa, boasts a splendid view of the Mediterranean amid a mountaintop that precedes, or rather readies one for, the creative feast that is sure to titillate the would-be arts … Continue reading

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