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SaturdayArt #1 - A Mother's Day Special

Le Berceau  (1872), by Berthe Morisot (1841 – 1895), Musée du Louvre

SaturdayArt was a little project of mine on Facebook, where I would post a picture of a painting and often add a short paragraph about it. 508 more words


Simultaneous Landscapes

In Space, Place and Gender (Polity Press, 1994) the geographer Doreen Massey reflects on her observations as an adolescent, when from the top deck of a bus she noted the ‘acres of the Manchester flood plain which had been entirely given over to boys’ in the form of dozens of football and rugby pitches.   899 more words

Impressionists at the Holburne

A new exhibition has just opened at the Holburne Museum titled “Impressionism: Capturing Life” which is, as intended, a very apt description of the aim of the Impressionist painters.  412 more words


February Artist Smackdown, Cassatt vs. Morisot

Each month we will be posting an Artist Smackdown. We will choose 2 deceased artists and have them go “head to head” in a competition to see who you think should win. 67 more words

Art Muse Contest

Berthe Morisot - Dominique Bona

You might know Berthe Morisot from her famous painting The Cradle:

Or from this portrait with a bouquet of violets by her brother-in-law Edouard Manet: 333 more words

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Women in the Arts

On Thursday, January 28, the DMA is pleased to host State of the Arts: Women in the Arts, highlighting Dallas-area women who are shaping the cultural landscape of our city and the surrounding area through leadership positions in their respective fields.  368 more words

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