Detective fiction author Dorothy L.
Mostly known for his naturalist work with birds (the National Audubon Society is, after all, dedicated specifically to protecting birds and their habitats), John James Audubon (1785–1851) wandered
“succeeds in providing documentation for how thinking is changing, debating, and making ideological accommodations over time, as understandings deepen, and relationships are strengthened.”
“there was courage and conviction in his decision to eschew the title of abstraction that so many of his peers pursued in favor of a lifelong commitment to the tradition of representational
To say that Christopher Wood’s A History of Art History is erudite would be a serious understatement.
After Leonardo Di Vinci there was Rembrandt and before Picasso there was Rembrandt.
“A $450 million price tag. And what of that? Was it 500 years of history that warranted that exorbitant amount? Or was it the spiritual aura?”
“Ward wants to break down any veil of time, any patina of history, and to confront these art works, to argue and quarrel with them.
So much about Iraq has been destroyed over the last few decades. The country has suffered great indignities. Rampage, war, revolution, and still, to this day, misunderstanding on a global scale.
“through the lens of the women they depicted in their work, women as warriors, as workers, as prostitutes, as mothers, as lovers, ever present even in absence, every work shining a light on
“Throughout these tumultuous decades, artists have sought to express themselves in harrowing circumstances. John J.
“How did a sickly kid from a poor family in Pittsburgh become Andy Warhol, the cultural superstar?”
“The Short Story of Modern Art will allow the reader to feel more at ease, more confident, and more educated about the world of art.”
“In a clean, straightforward manner, Raud spins a darling story. The message is clear, but not preachy or imparted from a moral high ground.
“Art of Feminism isn’t a book for art students, and it’s not a book for engaged feminists.
“there really is nothing that is not captivating about Bruegel and Bruegel: The Master has done all it can to present an extraordinary, comprehensive, savvy and scholarly survey of
“I (Heart) Art gives youngsters their own elegant and timeless pocket museum that they can visit time and time again, independently, at their own pace, and, above
“does an admirable job making connections between Gauguin’s artwork, the international settings, and sculptural artifacts.”
Forgotten Women: The Artists is part of a “brand new series, which will uncover the lost histories of the women who, over thousands of years have refused to accept the hand they were dealt
“Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein documents the expansive influence of modern scientific discovery on art and art theory . . .”
”Vienna 1900 Complete [is] a formidable, comprehensive, well-rounded collection of design and artwork from a pivotal point in modern history.”
The Columbus Museum of Art commemorates the centenary of The Harlem Renaissance with an exhibit titled I Too Sing America, which is also the title of the beautifully curated companion book
“addresses the evolving nature of art, who is considered an artist, and how to incorporate these treasures into our own personal, cultural, and national identities.”
A good superhero needs a great storyline to make an impression on his/her readers.
“Compliments to Krysa for recognizing the greatness in these women.