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200 words #14 / Uta Barth

UTA BARTH, In the Light & Shadow of Morandi (17.03) 2017. Face mounted, raised, shaped, Archival Pigment print in artist frame, 48 3/4 x 52 3/4 inches; 123.8 x 134 cm, Edition of 6; 2 APs, Courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York… 221 more words

Charles Sheeler - Paintdrawgrapher of factories and machinery (Part I)

(Yes, this oil painting does look like a very good photograph (in 1939) of some locomotive’s wheels and connecting rods. It is kept in the Smith College Museum of Art at Northampton, MA, and is deservedly famous. 1,413 more words

Illustration And Graphic Design

Ivan Albright - avert your eyes if you're easily offended...

Reading the catalogue for the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts exhibition ‘World War 1 and American Art’, I came across Ivan Albright’s painting ‘And Man Created God in His Own Image (Room 203) from 1930-31. 111 more words

Ivan Albright

AV Gallery (from the Archives): The Political Line -- Keith Haring in Paris

Keith Haring, “Untitled,” April 9, 1985. Personal collection. Acrylic on canvas, 152.4 x 152.4 cm. Copyright Keith Haring Foundation.

By Paul Ben-Itzak
Text copyright 2013, 2017 Paul Ben-Itzak… 364 more words

CFP: Special Latino Art issue of the Archives of American Art Journal

Call for essay proposals closes March 1

The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art is planning an issue of the Archives of American Art Journal devoted to Latino art. 317 more words

Call For Participation

Library Portraits of George Washington

“I am so hackneyed to the touches of the painter’s pencil, that I am now altogether at their beck…no dray moves more readily to the Thrill, than I do to the Painter’s Chair.” 605 more words

Things To See

Paintings of absence and melancholy (I) – Chairs and windows by Jim Holland

Some thoughts on Jim Holland’s work and some selected paintings

Jim Holland is an American artist, born in 1955 in Schenectady, NY. He works with oils and watercolours, following a style marked by stripped-down realistic depiction (sometimes photorealistic, and sometimes a little surrealistic to my eyes). 504 more words

For Ari's Sake