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Posted 11/26/14

The Natural: Bill Rauhauser

From his earliest scenes of Detroit in the 1950s Bill Rauhauser was a poet of the streets

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Posted 11/26/14

George Caleb Bingham: A landscape discovery

Rocky Mountains dates to about 1872, when Bingham returned to landscape painting after abandoning the genre for most of the previous decade

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Posted 11/21/14

Cartier in Denver

Two world wars, a worldwide depression, a wave of nihilism, and a new aristocracy of celebrities may have made their mark on Cartier's designs, but in the end, great jewelry just enduringly is, and therein lies much of its fascination. 

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Posted 11/13/14

How southern is it?

With one thousand works inspired by the American South, the Johnson Collection of Spartanburg, South Carolina, has staged a quiet art historical revolution. Through exhibitions, loans, publications, and institutional partnerships the collec­tion has redefined, elevated, and greatly expanded the meaning of regional 

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Posted 11/13/14

William H. Johnson in the Johnson Collection

Finding a modern African-American voice

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Posted 11/13/14

Children's Mugs

No Handycraft can with / Our art compare / We made our pots / Of what we are.    

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Posted 11/01/14

Suida-Manning Collection at the Blanton Museum

For art lovers, the most interesting thing in Austin, Texas, is not the LBJ Presidential Library or the grandiose State House--impressive as both of them are--but the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art on the campus of the University of Texas

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Posted 10/31/14

George Caleb Bingham at the Amon Carter Museum

At a time when images of the West proliferated, Bingham drew from his­torical and contemporary European and American sources to create pictures that appealed to a range of viewers

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Posted 10/31/14

Schoolgirl needlework at the Morven Museum

Through March 29, 2015

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