Articles

Posted 11/13/09

Finding beauty, creating harmony: The art of William F. Jackson

November 2009 | William Franklin Jackson was an artist who spent most of his career in an out-of-the-way city that was more concerned with politics and economic development than art.

Posted 10/23/09

Design and reform: the making of the Bauhaus

October 2009 | The first comprehensive American exhibition on the Bauhaus in decades opens at the Museum of Modern Art next month.

Posted 10/23/09

Chicago and the arts and crafts movement

October 2009 | During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries Chicago stood at the crossroads of the handcrafted and the machine-made, aspects that came to define the American arts and crafts movement.

Posted 10/23/09

Gauguin rising

October 2009 | The bold, but mostly forgotten, Volpini exhibition at the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1889 has been re-created in the Cleveland Museum of Art's Paul Gauguin: Paris 1889, where it emerges as a turning point in the history of modern art.

Posted 10/23/09

Timeless Tudor: Bradley Court in Gloucestershire

October 2009 | The calm rooms of a sixteenth-century manor house reflect several generations of collectors. Photography by Nic Barlow.

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