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In the 1960s, a different Robert De Niro was making a name for himself in the New York art scene.
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More than just muses, the models that made Pre-Raphaelite art a success had artistic ambitions of their own.
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Monet’s correspondence writes the story behind the Denver Art Museum’s new comprehensive exhibition.
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Scott Avett may be famous for his musical chops, but he’s also earning a name for himself as a talented visual artist with a unique voice.
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How Ignacio Zuloaga went from exiled reject to Francisco Franco’s preferred portraitist
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The symbol of the Doomsday Clock as we know it today emerged from the crosscurrents of modernism, industry, and science that ran through mid-century Chicago.
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The British artist behind Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s magical contraptions is back in the spotlight after one of his kinetic sculptures was sold in London
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Taking the famed movement home with them from France, these Canadian artists created an Impressionism all their own.
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As in his films, David Lynch’s paintings invite viewers to explore the abyss.
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In the northernmost reaches of the Scottish North Sea, on the small, windswept isle of Lamb Holm, sits a pristine vestry at the intersection of religion, art, and war.