Art Feature Articles

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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.
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Luigi Spina’s Faces of Rome brings us a more intimate understanding of ancient marble busts and the people behind them.
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Some of art history's greats have used everything from kitchen cloths to board games when they couldn’t get canvas or were short on funds.
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From Coachella and Burning Man to New Bedford, Patrick Shearn and Poetic Kinetics are spreading wonder through awe-inspiring art installations.
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Andrea del Verrocchio pushed his students and painting as a whole to new heights. Why was his legacy neglected for centuries?
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Though contemporary critics considered them frivolous, Manet’s late works speak to his attraction to femininity, sensuality, and freshness of expression.
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An art form all its own, Japanese tattoos have both been influenced by the history of art, and shaped it.
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Lotte Laserstein’s career flourished in the Weimar Republic. But she fled the Nazis and sank into obscurity. Now she has been rediscovered.
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Using mundane materials brought layered meanings to canvasses, but will they stand the test of time?
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More than just plans for grander works, drawings offer a special view into the artist’s world, and a unique collecting opportunity.