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Decoys, weathervanes, whirligigs, and other folk ephemera animate his loft and move in and out of his paintings
At some point during the 1800s, when nobody was looking, an institution passed away that for centuries had been a fixture of the visual arts: the artistic dynasty, the family of painters who, across several generations, maintained a consistent aesthetic profile.
Although Anders Zorn has been largely forgotten by the general public, at the turn of the last century he was one of the most famous artists in the world.
A look inside at the newly reopened Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda.
An exhibition of the sixteenth-century master at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida, reveals an artist uniquely committed to art, wealth, and aristocracy.
Cadmus does not fit easily into the conventional rubrics of modern art, since he was part vanguardist and part traditionalist.
In any event, the new Barnes precisely preserves the idiosyncratic installation of what has justifiably been called the world's greatest private collection of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modern art, as well as the ethnographic works, antiquities, and decorative arts that Albert Barnes amassed.
A traveling retrospective of George Bellows offers a fresh perspective on an artist whose work transcended time, place, and the accomplishments of his contemporaries.
Although he was inspired by his contemporaries Alfred Steiglitz and Edward Steichen to move photoraphy into the realm of art, Heinrich Kuhn did so in images that joyously exploit the use of color