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Magazine articles on art, artists, crafts and exhibits.
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October 2006
Peter Chew
The Painter Who Hated Picasso Sporting artist Alfred Munnings loved horses, the English countryside and a good stiff drink. What he didn't like was modern art. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
September 18, 2006
Short Story Catia Chien's limited-edition prints will undoubtedly capture your imagination. mark for My Articles
September 2006
Karrie Jacobs
Why I'm (Occasionally) Proud to Be an American Rediscovering the ingenuity for which Americans used to be famous. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
September 4, 2006
Thane Peterson
The New Art Sharks New art collectors with thick wallets are jostling the old guard in the contemporary market. mark for My Articles 141 similar articles
September 2006
Doug Stewart
To Be or Not to Be Shakespeare While skeptics continue to question the authorship of his plays, a new exhibition raises doubts about the authenticity of his portraits. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
August 8, 2006
Ryan Weatherill
Keep Up In A Contemporary Art Conversation Art is one of the more interesting status symbols around. Theoretically, it's made by poor individuals yearning to express themselves, and purchased by wealthy individuals. mark for My Articles 337 similar articles
September 2006
Nick Gillespie
Artifact: Andy Warhol's Ironic Achievement Even when he was making replicas of S&H trading stamps, Andy Warhol never worked small, so it's fitting that Phaidon Press has produced Andy Warhol "GIANT" Size, a stunning, massive compendium of more than 2,000 images of the Pittsburgh native's art and life. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
August 2006
Matthew Gurewitsch
David Hockney and Friends Though the artist doesn't think of himself as a painter of portraits, a new exhibition makes the case that they are key to his work. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
July 2006
Arthur Lubow
Grand Reopening: Speaking of Art Most art museums seek to dazzle, but the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery, which jointly reopen in the old Patent Office Building on July 1 after a six-year, $283 million renovation, greet visitors with a homey embrace. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
June 2006
Henry Adams
Exclusive Interview with Andrew Wyeth Here, the author of Wyeth's World speaks with the artist about his early work, influences and technique. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
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