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Art and Appetite

This is a photograph of a freshly baked blackberry galette. Images such as this one have a very specific purpose and are a direct descendent of a facet of genre painting that has utterly entranced me. 1,094 more words

Western Art

Yesterday, on Friday the Thirteenth, we went to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.  My parents, both in their eighties, took us there in a week-long celebration of Dorin’s graduation from high school.   375 more words

Summer Lecture | Fat Man in Bronzeville: Archibald Motley’s Art

Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist

Discover how Archibald Motley’s paintings have captured worldwide attention for their rainbow-hued, syncopated compositions, and discover their genesis in Chicago’s burgeoning black community during the interwar years. 136 more words