Drawing is the foundation of art. The pencil is art’s midwife, and paper is its cradle.
The American Art Fair Rolls an Eleven
Anyone who’s seen the 1952 comedy film Pat and Mike will recall the line when New York sports promoter Mike Conovan (Spencer Tracy) sizes up Katharine Hepburn’s character, Pat Pemberton—a multitalented athlete modeled on Babe Zaharias.
On the hunt at the Amon Carter
On October 7, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas, welcomes a traveling exhibition that the organizers deem to be the first of its kind: a major survey of hunting and fishing in American art from the early nineteenth century to the start of World War II.
“My native continent”
Maine’s influence on the art of Marsden Hartley.