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Family matters: Hettie Judah on the politics of portraying parenthood. Judah, Hettie Sep 1, 2022 959
This new exhibit explores the darker side of Juvenal Sanso's life and art. Aug 2, 2022 773
"A Great Synthesis of Labor, Light, and Movement". Breedlove, Byron Aug 1, 2022 1095
UK gallery unearths hidden Van Gogh self-portrait. Jul 15, 2022 593
Why was the Royal Academy so willing to let one of its most treasured pieces go? O'Byrne, Robert Jul 1, 2022 778
SIGNATURE STYLE: Mondrian is regarded as a painter who moved from realism to abstraction, but a completely overlooked flower painting in the V&A makes the case for a messier and much more interesting career. Darwent, Charles Jun 1, 2022 2325
Flemish baroque drawings: Rubens may dominate the field, but there are other names worth seeking out--and plenty of surprises to be found, writes Emma Crichton Miller. Miller, Emma Crichton Jun 1, 2022 1260
THE TRANSIT OF VENUS: As a new book dedicated to William Kent's ceilings at Houghton Hall is published, Apollo takes a closer look at Venus's kingdom crowning the Green Velvet Drawing Room. Laycock, John Jun 1, 2022 1137
LINES OF CONTROL: Jackson Pollock may be famous as the champion of a spontaneous and chaotic style of painting, but in reality he had complete command of his materials and he owed his technique to the printmaker Stanley William Hayter and his studio Atelier 17. Darwent, Charles May 1, 2022 2707
Durable Vitality and Magical Forms. Breedlove, Byron May 1, 2022 1213
PinoyLUG turns Fernando Amorsolo's masterpieces into Lego mosaics. Apr 27, 2022 901
Fishy business: Creatures from the Venetian lagoon often fetched up in the arresting still lifes of Cagnaccio di San Pietro. Marks, Thomas Apr 1, 2022 828
From the Archives: Walter Sickert's music hall scenes bring us closer to an artist who is the victim of some very dodgy theories. O'Byrne, Robert Apr 1, 2022 770
This About That. Gutterman, Scott Apr 1, 2022 1231
Figuring out the Untranslatable: Traces of Twombly. Monteiro, Luis Mar 22, 2022 5154
George Bissill mines hell for a new depiction of civilization: Frances Wilson excavates a forgotten giant. Wilson, Frances Feb 1, 2022 970
Halcyon reflections: Minoo Dinshaw finds Van Dyck is a seductive rival to historians. Dinshaw, Minoo Feb 1, 2022 952
OPENING ACTS. Prodger, Michael Feb 1, 2022 2848
'What does it mean to stand your ground?' Rachel Cohen in Chicago. Cohen, Rachel Jan 1, 2022 1276
BOY WONDERS. Carey, Juliet Jan 1, 2022 3057
Bowing Out of Shaking Hands? M'ikanatha, Nkuchia M.; Breedlove, Byron Jan 1, 2022 1113
Figuring out the Untranslatable: Traces of Twombly. Monteiro, Luis Dec 22, 2021 5167
KARA WALKER. Harris, Susan Dec 1, 2021 990
GOING FOR GOLD: The painting of a saint within Botticelli's portrait of a dashing young man was made some 140 years earlier by a Sienese artist. What does this intriguing Renaissance collage tell us about 15th-century Florence? Tedbury, Imogen Dec 1, 2021 2517
A surfeit of gnocchi: Look closely at Tiepolo's drawings of Punchinellos gorging on gnocchi and you start seeing the dumplings every where, writes Thomas Maries. Maries, Thomas Dec 1, 2021 917
One man's epic quest to recover a stolen painting by 'Iraq's Picasso'. Ditmars, Hadani Oct 1, 2021 632
Rare painting of Omani man auctioned for $1.38 mn. Reprint Oct 1, 2021 304
PAN'S PEOPLE: The view of Poussin as a formidably cerebral painter is at odds with the experience of looking closely at his paintings and nowhere is this clearer than in his scenes of dancers and Bacchic revellers. Burnett, Craig Oct 1, 2021 2598
The Pisa-born Ignazio Hugford decorated many an Italian church in his time. A pity his art was so bad ... O'Byrne, Robert Sep 1, 2021 813
KEYT'S LAND WITHOUT BORDERS. Perera, Sasanka Essay Sep 1, 2021 2203
Five Works. Report Sep 1, 2021 685
Creation in Silence: The Woman Listening. Report Sep 1, 2021 451
Void. Report Sep 1, 2021 183
Honor: A misleading concept among Arabs. Report Sep 1, 2021 334
Three Paintings. Report Sep 1, 2021 455
The artist who saw into the mind of John Soane: Gillian Darley on the visions of Joseph Gandy. Darley, Gillian Sep 1, 2021 1171
Collectors' Focus Ferrara and Bologna: Recent rediscoveries of works by the 16th-century painter Dosso Dossi have renewed interest in the court painter to the d'Este, as well as in his contemporaries in Ferrara and Bologna. Crichton-Miller, Emma Sep 1, 2021 1329
Art is the highest form of hope. Aug 10, 2021 595
SURFACE TENSION. Herbert, Martin Jul 1, 2021 2332
Pious Disfiguration. Holmes, Megan Essay Jul 1, 2021 729
Scrapping the Sacred. Ng, Aimee Jul 1, 2021 845
ELIAS BENDER RONNENFELT. May 1, 2021 846
WHITNEY CLAFLIN. Ammirati, Domenick May 1, 2021 1705
Collectors' Focus David Hockney: The staggering sums commanded by Hockney's paintings of swimming pools and southern California are only part of the picture where this prolific and versatile artist is concerned. Crichton-Miller, Emma May 1, 2021 1218
Enjoy the magic of Bern and Basel, in the company of two great artists. Crichton-Miller, Emma Apr 1, 2021 1103
Supra man: Niko Pirosmani's paintings of feasts are a testament to Georgian conviviality. Marks, Thomas Apr 1, 2021 792
Francis Nacion and Melissa Yeung Yap collaborate on 'Nature's Hymns'. Mar 16, 2021 649
Watch: Filipino motion artist gives life to an Amorsolo masterpiece. Feb 2, 2021 716
Artist Dominic Rubio turns 50 doing what he does best. Dec 24, 2020 772
Street mural in Manila displays inclusivity, solidarity, and climate change. Nov 16, 2020 623
Stealing ideas (2). Editorial Sep 3, 2020 907
A farewell to boredom: Thomas Marks in Ferrara. Marks, Thomas Sep 1, 2020 1433
BURNING AMBITION. Marr, Alexander Sep 1, 2020 3032
Confusion in the Genesis of Art and Disease--Charles Laval, Paul Gauguin, and Tuberculosis. Chorba, Terence; Jereb, John Mar 1, 2020 1171
'An important work by Titian has been hiding in plain sight': Xavier F. Salomon at the Kunstmuseum Basel. Sep 1, 2019 1322
HOUND EFFECTS: Gustave Courbet's hunting scenes have rarely found favour with critics, but in his bicentenary year these monumental and often melancholy paintings may strike more of a chord. Stammers, Tom Sep 1, 2019 2405
MAX FACTOR: For Emperor Maximilian I, the arts had little other purpose than to glorify the house of Habsburg--then a feeble dynasty, but one that Maximilian, through his grand artistic schemes, was determined to imagine into greatness. Gelber, David Sep 1, 2019 3803
OLEG HOLOSIY, '24 SPECIFIC PLOTS AND THEIR KANGAROO'. Koonlaba, Amanda Jun 1, 2019 1108
A&A Art Print: Respond and Connect: Strebtvorwarts Collective. Homage to Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), 2011. Schwitters, Kurt May 1, 2019 717
PAT LIPSKY, 'SANDWICH'. Koonlaba, Amanda Apr 1, 2019 876
A&A Art Print: Respond and Connect: Gustave Caillebotte. Paris Street; Rainy Day, 1877. Cover story Apr 1, 2019 598
PLANT PAINTINGS. Brief article Apr 1, 2019 130
Frank Bowling's Revision of A Handful of Dust at Art Basel and Tate Britain. Mar 22, 2019 150
'It will feel like a walk through Rembrandt's life': Taco Dibbits at the Rijksmuseum. Marks, Thomas Interview Mar 1, 2019 1745
Revisiting Renoir. Osterer, Irv Feb 28, 2019 562
BARRINGTON WATSON 'CONVERSATION'. Koonlaba, Amanda Brief article Jan 29, 2019 794
CONTEMPORIZING Famous Masterpieces. Knappenberger, Jenny Jan 1, 2019 1010
MAIN ART CONCEPTS: Color * Unity * Pattern * Composition * Portraiture * Social/Political Commentary. Arreguin, Alfredo Jan 1, 2019 631
Qatari Artist Presents Erdogan With 62,000-Crystal Painting for his Support of Muslim Causes. Dec 27, 2018 141
Morning, Paramln: Derek Walcott, Peter Doig, and an Ekphrasis of Relation. Fumagalli, Maria Cristina Critical essay Dec 22, 2018 13027
'The revelation that there had been another, unknown O'Keeffe who painted perplexed me': Sue Canterbury on rediscovering Ida O'Keeffe. Canterbury, Sue Dec 1, 2018 775
THROUGH THE PAST, DARKLY: EWA LAJER-BURCHARTH ON THE ART OF EUGENE DELACROIX. Lajer-Burcharth, Ewa Critical essay Nov 1, 2018 6440
Collectors' Focus Post-war German painting. Crichton-Miller, Emma Oct 1, 2018 1295
ANTONIO LIGABUE "SELF-PORTRAIT WITH DOG". Koonlaba, Amanda Oct 1, 2018 813
MAIN VISUAL ART CONCEPTS: Color: Space: Texture: Harmony: Unity. Oct 1, 2018 547
The gaze of mercy: Pope Francis and Caravaggio's 'The Calling of St. Matthew'. Enright, Nancy Sep 21, 2018 1188
What Influences Audience Response to Figure Painting? Malott, Maria E. Critical essay Sep 1, 2018 6843
To know good and evil. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Sep 1, 2018 221
STILLED LIFE: In depicting servants paused at their work, Chardin places inattentive figures in the midst of carefully realised still lifes--encouraging us to ponder what distraction shares with contemplation. Murphy, Kathryn Sep 1, 2018 2972
Agnes Martin: Homage to Untitled Life. Swensen, Cole Sep 1, 2018 1481
THE SKY IN EDVARD MUNCH'S THE SCREAM. Prata, Fred; Robock, Alan; Hamblyn, Richard Jul 1, 2018 8504
Diane Burko: Reef Series. Brief article Jun 22, 2018 283
A&A Art Print: Respond and Connect: George Caleb Bingham (American; 1811-1879). The Jolly Flatboatmen, 1846. Jun 1, 2018 611
JENNIFER PACKER. Rutland, Beau May 1, 2018 1465
Fast work. Marks, Thomas Editorial May 1, 2018 666
NEW YORK COURT'S AFFIRMATION OF HOLOCAUST EXPROPRIATED ART RECOVERY ACT BRINGS ADDED CHALLENGES TO ART DEALERS: Reif, Fraenkel and Vavra v. Nagy and Richard Nagy Ltd. Herman, Alexander Apr 1, 2018 3297
Edgar Degas (French; 1834-1917). Horses in a Meadow. Apr 1, 2018 565
Painting and THINKING like Monet. D'Ambrosio, Gigi Apr 1, 2018 1363
Jungle Paintings Inspired by Rousseau. Keene, Carrie Apr 1, 2018 826
Art Market: A complex Ingres and a virtuoso silver ewer come to the block in New York this month, while in London's Impressionist and Modern sales in February a Monet work on paper set an auction record and the hammer came down on 13 Picassos--to a single buyer. Moore, Susan Apr 1, 2018 2450
Although he was known as a painter, David Wilkie Wynfield excelled at photography, wrote Margaret Garner in 1973. O'Byrne, Robert Apr 1, 2018 765
Gardens of Eden and Earthly Delights: Hemingway, Bosch, and the Divided Self. Eby, Carl P. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 4480
DISTANT SHORES: KAELEN WILSON-GOLDIE ON THE ART OF AHMED MORSI. Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen Critical essay Mar 1, 2018 3764
HATCHET JOB: SAM McKINNISS ON GRANT WOOD'S PARSON WEEMS' FABLE, 1939. McKinniss, Sam Critical essay Mar 1, 2018 2352
Consider the lilies: Iconographer Kelly Latimore invites us to meditate on the present--attentively. Bleem, Jerry Mar 1, 2018 1270
Tintoretto's fanciful extravagance infuriated his peers, wrote Wolfgang Born in 1937--but therein lies his greatness. O'Byrne, Robert Mar 1, 2018 807
Marking & Mixing with Moe. Masse, Don Feb 25, 2018 960
A&A Art Print: Respond and Connect: Carl Larsson (Swedish; 1853-1919). Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in the Forest. Feb 25, 2018 624
Colorful van Gogh Landscapes. Brouwer, Josey M. Feb 25, 2018 630
HANS HOFMANN'S RISING MOON. Koonlaba, Amanda Feb 1, 2018 782
HOW WOULD A COMB THAT CANNOT UNTANGLE HAIR LOOK? DAN NADEL ON THE ART OF CHRISTINA RAMBERG. Nadel, Dan Critical essay Feb 1, 2018 3677
Hardy Boy: ARTIST DUNCAN HANNAH'S BOISTEROUS MEMOIR. Hampton, Howard Critical essay Feb 1, 2018 1578
"Hop" into Noir. Gehring, Wes D. Jan 1, 2018 835
Radical Reconfiguration: Appropriation, Assemblage, and Masked Hybridity in Jean Dubuffet's Postwar Portraits. Chadwick, Stephanie Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 9331
Henry Miller and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch. Lake, Inez Hollander Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 3004
Abstract Felt Designs Inspired by Wassily Kandinsky. O'Hanley, Heidi Dec 1, 2017 1043
THE FORM OF PAINTER'S SIGNATURE AND ITS SUITABILITY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE AUTHENTICITY OF PAINTINGS. Koziczak, Anna Report Dec 1, 2017 2829
FREUD IN FLANDERS: Lucian Freud's debt to early Netherlandish painting has rarely been acknowledged--but several of his early works took their lead from Van Eyck. Evans, Mark Dec 1, 2017 2052
JEAN PERREAL--GRAND RHETORIQUEUR? Eubanks, Peter J. Critical essay Nov 1, 2017 3211
'Until recently, no institution in the Japanese capital was dedicated to Hokusai': Sophie Richard in Tokyo. Richard, Sophie Nov 1, 2017 1022
NEW PERSPECTIVES. Haas, Lidija Nov 1, 2017 3603
Fragonard's reputation is diminished by the decadent paintings for which he is renowned, wrote Denys Sutton in 1987 Robert O'Byrne. O'Byrne, Robert Nov 1, 2017 798
Main visual art concepts: unity: variety: perspective: genre: chiaroscuro. Sep 1, 2017 673
Ma'loula Blue by June Bartlett. Brief article Sep 1, 2017 155
Dod Procter was celebrated in these pages in 1927--and rightly so, as an upcoming show in Edinburgh demonstrates. O'Byrne, Robert Jul 1, 2017 794
It's a jungle out there! Leishear, Chrissy Jun 1, 2017 741
One man's epic quest to recover a stolen painting by 'Iraq's Picasso'. Ditmars, Hadani Apr 1, 2017 615
Contemporary crucifixion. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Apr 1, 2017 247
Barnett Newman and the anarchist sublime. Genter, Robert B. Report Mar 22, 2017 10222
A difficult choice. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Mar 1, 2017 241
A Hidden Rembrandt Found. Feb 26, 2017 524
The West Virginia New Deal: Blanche Lazzell's Mural in Morgantown. Martin, Kendall J. Jan 1, 2017 7698
Local love. Masse, Don Jan 1, 2017 944
Where is the fanfare for Sidney Nolan in Australia? Kitty Hauser on the painter's centenary celebrations. Hauser, Kitty Jan 1, 2017 710
Elevating optics: the title page by Peter Paul Rubens of Franciscus Aguilonius's opticorum libri sex (1613) in its historical context. Bertram, Gitta Essay Dec 22, 2016 10896
Frida Kahlo: A Lost Painting Surfaces. Dec 7, 2016 596
Collectors' focus the Caravaggisti. Crichton-Miller, Emma Dec 1, 2016 1177
A&A art print: respond and connect: Tom Thomson. Autumn Foliage, 1915. Nov 1, 2016 459
Missing Van Gogh Recovered. Oct 6, 2016 618
Missing Van Gogh Recovered. Oct 6, 2016 608
Henri Matisse. Koonlaba, Amanda Oct 1, 2016 1183
A&A art print: respond and connect: Albrecht Durer, The Young Hare, 1502. Oct 1, 2016 422
In the studio: create and present. Oct 1, 2016 709
Drawing with scissors. Sapoch, Lauren Oct 1, 2016 842
The great reformers: Lucas Cranachs service to the Reformation went beyond creating iconic images of the Protestant reformer Martin Luther by radically transforming the printing process, he ensured that Luther's message spread fast and far. Pettegree, Andrew Oct 1, 2016 2644
Wrestling with angels. Arya, Rina Sep 10, 2016 3109
I will give you rest. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Sep 1, 2016 223
The silence by the sea: Will Stone in Ostend. Stone, Will Essay Sep 1, 2016 1009
'A brother to all untamed things of nature': Maggie Gray paddles off in search of Tom Thomson. Gray, Maggie Essay Sep 1, 2016 1037
Painting in its place: Hurvin Anderson's enigmatic canvases challenge our senses of perception and perspective--which is what makes painting so exciting, he tells Apollo. Spawls, Alice Sep 1, 2016 2540
A&A art print: respond and connect. Sep 1, 2016 413
Alfonse Borysewicz's lonely struggle gives Catholic art a modern face. Van Biema, David Aug 12, 2016 1408
"I am a son of the red Earth". Breedlove, Byron; Sorvillo, Frank J. Cover story Aug 1, 2016 1242
'Jump away, jumping boy': Matthew Sperling on Christopher Wood. Sperling, Matthew Jul 1, 2016 949
Rebecca Allan. Jun 22, 2016 324
et al: 1. and others. 2. and elsewhere. [< Latin et alibi]. Jun 22, 2016 428
Recent Caravaggio attributions have caused a stir among specialists--but there is nothing new about that. O'Byrne, Robert Jun 1, 2016 758
Wifredo Lam, the Shango priestess, and the Femme Cheval. Sato, Paula Critical essay Jun 1, 2016 6179
Holbein's mistake: the Ambassadors: John Goodman reflects on the observations of an 18th century Frenchman on the art of diplomacy. Goodman, John May 1, 2016 3729
Gaza's "youngest artist" paints for Palestine. Brief article May 1, 2016 154
Symbolic Salvador: exploring symbolism in the works of Dali. Kohl, Gary May 1, 2016 784
Seeing the bedroom as van Gogh did. Travis, Kate Brief article Apr 2, 2016 261
Women artists. Carroll, Colleen Apr 1, 2016 717
Homage to van Gogh and Hundertwasser. Beckett, Marica Apr 1, 2016 944
Turner and Nelson. Shanes, Eric Apr 1, 2016 2646
Painting as cipher: censorship of the visual arts in post-1988 Myanmar. Carlson, Melissa Report Mar 1, 2016 7901
Giorgione has long been an art-historical enigma, as Alfred Scharf made clear in an article published in Apollo in 1939. O'Byrne, Robert Mar 1, 2016 755
Winter romance/Winterromantik. Mar 1, 2016 403
The Power of Modernism/Kraft der Moderne. Mar 1, 2016 395
Mere du Senegal, Lois Mailou Jones. Feb 24, 2016 729
Meet Mr. Grandville! Anthropomorphic portraits in clay. Flynt, Deborah Feb 1, 2016 689
Collectors' focus Vienna Secession works on paper. Crichton-Miller, Emma Jan 1, 2016 1270
Large Hadron Collider: paintings by Jonathan Feldschuh. Brief article Jan 1, 2016 253
Family and maternity perceived and pictured by a migrant artist: paintings of Constantine Andreou. Mortaki, Sapfo Jan 1, 2016 7590
The cosmological aesthetic worldview in Van Gogh's late landscape paintings. Kaplama, Erman Essay Jan 1, 2016 9051
Bruegel and John Berryman. Meyers, Jeffrey Critical essay Dec 22, 2015 1858
Polar art: intrepid painter David Rosenthal finds inspiration in the extremes of the Antarctic. Hamann, Jack Dec 22, 2015 1684
Paying forward the gift of art. Kaplon, Megan Column Dec 22, 2015 964
Haarlem and Hals: two masterpieces. Hagman, Harvey Travel narrative Dec 1, 2015 1626
Round and round. Masse, Don Dec 1, 2015 881
Wassily Kandinsky. Koonlaba, Amanda Nov 29, 2015 941
Three leading Qatari artists. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 178
Gift or theft? Picasso et al. v. Pierre and Daniel L. Nardon, Me Anne-Sophie Oct 1, 2015 3606
Frida Kahlo. Koonlaba, Amanda Sep 30, 2015 899
Women artists. Carroll, Colleen Sep 30, 2015 626
Elegy of the non-event. Crompton, Nathan Sep 22, 2015 5374
Joan Semmel: naked came the nude. Beckenstein, Joyce Critical essay Sep 22, 2015 4458
Janet Sobel: primitive modern and the origins of abstract expressionism. Zalman, Sandra Critical essay Sep 22, 2015 6957
Lavinia Fontana's nude Minervas. Cheney, Liana De Girolami Critical essay Sep 22, 2015 7715
Golden Ratio Found In Sistine Chapel. Aug 2, 2015 618
Winslow Homer revisted--artist Michael Ringer recreates some of Homer's classic Adirondack scenes. Aug 1, 2015 1069
Celebrating the crystal liquid: at the end of July, a stately home in the UK will get a big taste of Cameroonian art in the form a 6m-high outdoor installation. Dalby, Alexa Jul 1, 2015 467
The rest is silence. Jun 22, 2015 5779
Light repairs. Jun 22, 2015 10802
June's art world news. Gray, Maggie Jun 1, 2015 539
Return to the source: the painters of the Hudson River School are now firmly recognised as pioneers of American art--and not only by art historians, but by a new generation of artists inspired by the dramatic landscape of the Hudson Valley. Barringer, Tim Jun 1, 2015 2542
Collectors' focus: School of London. Crichton-Miller, Emma Jun 1, 2015 1190
Boy wonder: a show of Eric Ravilious's watercolours adds to the artist's growing reputation. Haycock, David Boyd Jun 1, 2015 1024
No Swimming, Norman Rockwell. Jun 1, 2015 621
Let's look at the flowers of Georgia O'Keeffe. Egenes, Barbara L. Jun 1, 2015 286
The Art World Of Piet Mondrian. Aarathi Biography May 17, 2015 579
Lasting impression: Andre Dombrowski on Gustave Caillebotte. Dombrowski, Andre May 1, 2015 851
From mixing colors ... to Kandinsky. Kim, Nanyoung Apr 1, 2015 1035
Klimt restitution claim dismissed. Gray, Maggie Brief article Apr 1, 2015 106
Feelings in art. Carroll, Colleen Mar 25, 2015 591
Behind the art. Jessup, Linnea Column Mar 22, 2015 2320
Workaholic, perfectionist and slightly obsessional. Pirvu, Bogdan C.S. Column Mar 22, 2015 533
Family album: Jan Six X talks to Apollo about how generations of his family have looked after one of the greatest private collections of Dutch art--and what it's like to hang one of Rembrandt's finest paintings in his home. Moore, Susan Mar 1, 2015 2312
The illustrated four freedoms: FDR, Rockwell, and the margins of the rhetorical presidency. Kimble, James J. Essay Mar 1, 2015 13755
Melancholy, Edgar Degas. Mar 1, 2015 663
Young artist. Frebel, Hannah Brief article Feb 1, 2015 115
Back to square one. Holmboe, Rye Dag Feb 1, 2015 2093
Mastering the masters with markers on acetate. Skophammer, Karen Jan 1, 2015 1002
"Alarms of struggle & flight": Lin Fengmian's hastening birds & western modernity. Ross, David A. Critical essay Jan 1, 2015 7445
Still life in motion: mortal form in Woolf's to the Lighthouse. Lewis, Cara Critical essay Dec 22, 2014 12346
Paintings in their places: David Dawson's photographs of the art Lucian Freud collected and kept in his Kensington home are an intimate record of a private museum that only a few were allowed to see in the painter's lifetime. Gayford, Martin Dec 1, 2014 2554
Master Baby, William Quiller Orchardson. Carroll, Colleen Dec 1, 2014 618
Feelings in art. Carroll, Colleen Dec 1, 2014 647
Dave miko. Brief article Dec 1, 2014 127
Saving Leonardo. Brief article Nov 1, 2014 145
A ripe old age. Crichton-Miller, Emma Column Oct 1, 2014 2492
A necessary realism. Eastham, Ben Oct 1, 2014 1818
Picasso with Pizzazz. Sterling, Joan Oct 1, 2014 1247
April Gornik: Accidental Landscapes. Beckenstein, Joyce Essay Sep 22, 2014 3827
Gulsun Karamustafa: a Vagabond, from personal to social, from local to global. Hasguler, Solmaz Bunulday; Sare, Tuna Essay Sep 22, 2014 4430
Feelings in Art. Carroll, Colleen Sep 1, 2014 553
Reflecting on Monet. D'Ambrosio, Gigi Sep 1, 2014 1530
Carracci studies. Vaccaro, Mary Sep 1, 2014 3897
Bold strokes: Rose Masterpol masters her medium. Johns, Merryn Sep 1, 2014 701
In 1992. Brief article Jun 22, 2014 166
Ed halter on amy sillman. Halter, Ed Brief article Jun 22, 2014 271
Pollock's Michelangelo. Bambach, Carmen C. May 1, 2014 5295
Philadelphia seminary to sell art collection. Wecker, Menachem Apr 11, 2014 1294
Animals in art. Carroll, Colleen Apr 1, 2014 592
Springtime is a comin', George Rodriguez. Apr 1, 2014 677
Cut out for great things. Crichton-Miller, Emma Cover story Apr 1, 2014 2451
From the archives. O'Byrne, Robert Apr 1, 2014 829
The real denver: you didn't travel a mile high only to come up short. Two tour guides show you the town. As told to Kasey Cordell. Mar 1, 2014 1125
Genealogy of Morals: Zehra Jumabhoy on Bhupen Khakhar. Jumabhoy, Zehra Mar 1, 2014 854
Animals in art. Carroll, Colleen Mar 1, 2014 651
Practical church history. Lindvall, Michael L. Feb 3, 2014 595
Surgery and anaesthesia in art: the contribution of Dorothy Kay. Gordon, P.C.; Reed, A.R. Feb 1, 2014 1476
Diary. Nairne, Sandy Jan 1, 2014 826
A bitter truth. Cork, Richard Jan 1, 2014 2611
After sunset: following on from his discussion of Turner's oil sketches in the October issue, Ian Warrell reconsiders the elusive Scarlet Sunset. Warrell, Ian Jan 1, 2014 728
Bunny Rogers. Jan 1, 2014 880
Earthly delights. Jan 1, 2014 4140
Time zones. Joselit, David Jan 1, 2014 1670
Field agent. Jan 1, 2014 9784
Elise Adibi. Hudson, Suzanne Jan 1, 2014 923
Francie hester. Jan 1, 2014 407
Manifestation of Barthes' "Death of the Author" in Sepehri's poetry. Maleki, Nasser; Navidi, Maryam Essay Dec 1, 2013 4741
Sketch of a woman. Dominiczak, Marek H. Brief article Dec 1, 2013 187
Same old story? Cahill, James Essay Oct 1, 2013 2536
The ecology of wrath. Potter, Polyxeni Cover story Oct 1, 2013 1407
First impressions: a Connecticut farm tells the story of painter Julian Alden Weir, who helped introduce Americans to Impressionism. Jermanok, Stephen Sep 22, 2013 937
The art of Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011). Mowder, Meredith Sep 22, 2013 2422
Memorial of War, Memorial of Hope: contemplating the creation, destruction, and re-creation of Fred Ross' mural The Destruction of War / Rebuilding the World Through Education, 1948, 1954, and 2011. Niergarth, Kirk Essay Sep 22, 2013 10315
Made in Venice. Humfrey, Peter Sep 1, 2013 4341
Yet another side to Salvador Dali. Argillet, Christine Essay Sep 1, 2013 893
Ripped, shucked, and scattered. Potter, Polyxeni Work overview Aug 1, 2013 1688
Weighing produce. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Aug 1, 2013 212
Summer buzz. Potter, Polyxeni Cover story Jul 1, 2013 1504
Piero della Francesca. Mason, Mary Willan Jul 1, 2013 1356
Arshile Gorky: "an artist of the earth.". Sandler, Irving Essay Jul 1, 2013 4722
Cote of many colours. Waterfield, Giles Jul 1, 2013 2255
From the archives: the revolutionary fervour of artists such as Rivera, Orozco and Siqueiros fuelled a cultural renaissance in Mexico--but their purposeful vision was blinkered, wrote Herbert Furst in September 1940. O'Byrne, Robert Jul 1, 2013 780
Still life with life. Kirkland, Isabella Jun 22, 2013 491
Giorgio Vasari's Dream of Jacob: a Neoplatonic manifestation of heaven. Cheney, Liana De Girolami Essay Jun 22, 2013 5101
Vasari: between the Paragone and the portraits of himself. Passignat, Emilie Jun 22, 2013 8419
30 under thirty: part 1 of our series featuring the young artists of today who are remolding the art world of tomorrow. Casavant, Hillary Jun 22, 2013 1925
Wood blocks & water colors: painter Chiura Obata combined Eastern and Western techniques to capture Yosemite in a new light. Siber, Kate Jun 22, 2013 2007
The stranger's view. Marks, Thomas Jun 1, 2013 1999
Alberto Godoy uses his life experiences to inspire his art. Brief article Jun 1, 2013 242
Artists paint ... celebrations. Herberholz, Barbara Brief article May 1, 2013 196
Painted veil. Hainley, Bruce Critical essay May 1, 2013 2484
The art of diplomacy: Velazquez's portrait of Francesco l d'Este is one of the highlights of the Galleria Estense in Modena. It has now been loaned to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to raise awareness of the damage caused by the 2012 earthquake in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Salomon, Xavier F. Essay May 1, 2013 3537
Mythology in art. Carroll, Colleen Apr 1, 2013 548
Artists paint ... children. Herberholz, Barbara Brief article Apr 1, 2013 240
Cezanne and beyond. Sterling, Joan Apr 1, 2013 753
Recovered Picasso monitored with Location Based Technologies' Pocketfinder. Brief article Mar 25, 2013 153
Monet's vulnerable masculinity in Frederic Bazille's The Improvised Field Hospital. Manning, Mary Essay Mar 22, 2013 3957
Connie Fox: reckoning with rectangles. Beckenstein, Joyce Mar 22, 2013 6784
Swallow this: a pelike within Late Archaic Song and Visual Culture. Steiner, Deborah Essay Mar 22, 2013 13247
A day in the life of a boy. Denny, Diana Mar 1, 2013 412
Collectors' focus: paintings by the most celebrated artists of the Danish Golden Age--Eckersberg, Kobke and Rorbye--rarely come on the market. Discerning collectors may still acquire top-flight works on paper, however, or atmospheric paintings by lesser-known names. Crichton-Miller, Emma Mar 1, 2013 1020
David Ostrowski. Hudson, Suzanne Mar 1, 2013 1066
Sacral image--scripture--body--art: on a fundamental media theory of mono-theism. Nordhofen, Eckhard Mar 1, 2013 7031
Costa d'este, Diego and Frida, and the D.C.: power pachanga. Schneider, Pablo Column Feb 1, 2013 1555
The image of God and mission. Bonk, Jonathan J. Jan 1, 2013 842
Landscapes of power: during the inter-war period, thousands of electricity pylons sprang up across the British countryside. Aesthetically and politically suggestive, they fundamentally reshaped how artists viewed and understood the landscape. Purdon, James Jan 1, 2013 3158
From the archives: Peter Cannon-Brookes, writing on the Davies sisters in March 1979, declined to mention that the authenticity of their Turners was under scrutiny. With the paintings now confirmed to be Turner's work, how far is attribution a movable feast? O'Byrne, Robert Jan 1, 2013 762
How a lost painting endured: Gainsborough's Woodman, Macklin's Poets' Gallery, and Miss Linwood's needle painting. Hedquist, Valerie Report Jan 1, 2013 12682
Art history as inspiration in the art of Lane Duncan: from Raphael's Castiglione to Verlaine's "L'Art Poetique". Craig, Robert M. Report Jan 1, 2013 5624
The Adoration of the Magi by Bartolo di Fredi: A Masterpiece Reconstructed. Begel, Andrea Jan 1, 2013 1645
In Search of Julien Hudson: Free Artist of Color in Pre-Civil War New Orleans. Picard, Sara M. Jan 1, 2013 1713
Commission this! The delicate dance of painting for hire. Canfield, Kevin Dec 22, 2012 1509
Who's who at Artexpo Miami + Miami SOLO: a sneak peek at the largest fine art trade show's Miami edition. Dec 22, 2012 1494
How to paint anything! From basses to bicycles, some artists are thinking beyond the canvas. Buryk, Alexis Dec 22, 2012 1225
The silent towers of Giorgio De Chirico. Stern, Fred Dec 1, 2012 1430
Passing the mantle. Henry, Tom Critical essay Dec 1, 2012 5667
The art market: a Raphael drawing takes centre stage at the Old Master sales in London, while an outstanding art deco collection comes to the block in New York. In October, both PAD London and the inaugural Frieze Masters saw big-ticket sales. Moore, Susan Dec 1, 2012 2149
Science avant-garde. Potter, Polyxeni Cover story Nov 1, 2012 1716
The master of reinvention: George Baselitz has long been an established figure in both the German and international art worlds, but his new work continues to confound expectations. Recent paintings and sculptures attest to his restless investigation of his country's past--and of what it means to be an artist. Schulz-Hoffmann, Carla Nov 1, 2012 2546
Cunningham collective. Brief article Nov 1, 2012 127
Reflections on Gerhard Richter: Painting 2012. Bacon, Alex Nov 1, 2012 3011
Marcel Duchamp slept here. Naumann, Francis M. Nov 1, 2012 2072
Artists paint ... fall grades K-1. Herberhols, Barbara Oct 1, 2012 720
Painted screen: Beth Citron on M. F. Husain's Through the Eyes of a Painter. Citron, Beth Oct 1, 2012 957
Manifold address: Molly Warnock on Simon Hantai's Etude, 1969. Warnock, Molly Critical essay Oct 1, 2012 1549

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