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2014/09/02 23:08
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As the story goes, it was a piece of art that inspired a work of literature, and on Wednesday, Sept. 10, the author of that 2012 book, "Love Fiercely: A Gilded Age Romance," will be in Norwalk to...
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2014/09/02 13:28
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... -- The first significant new museum of American art in nearly half a century debuted in 2011. But to view Crystal Bridges' collection—from a Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington to...
2014/08/31 19:37
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The aim of the show is to delineate, and promote, the generation of young American artists who went to Paris in the 1870s to 1890s and returned – or in some cases stayed – imbued with the lessons and...
2014/08/30 23:51
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A taste of art! Gallery visitors eat resin doughnuts by mistake A BAG of 12 resin doughnuts displayed as modern art has proved so enticing to gallery visitors that two have been scoffed by...
2014/08/22 20:02
2014/08/22 20:02
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If you haven’t been to the Huntington Library recently, now – or soon – might be a good time to visit. There’s a lot going on at the library, mansion, art galleries and botanical gardens in posh San...
2014/08/18 23:08
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Museums ControversiesUSA Corcoran merger gets DC court approval The National Gallery of Art will take over most of the institution’s collection, while George Washington University will take over the...
2014/08/15 07:18
2014/08/15 07:18
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Daniel Sprick has cleared away the distractions. At 61, with his audience growing and his painting in its prime, he wants nothing in the way of his work. "No plants, no pets," he says. He has moved...
2014/08/12 08:31
2014/08/12 08:31
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World War I: the war that inspired innovative art HILLEL ITALIE, Associated Press Publication: The Day John Singer Sargent's painting "Gassed" at the Imperial War Museum in London. A reproduction...
2014/08/11 16:25
2014/08/11 16:25
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These famous works of art are scattered throughout Boston. They stand, serene, on the same billboards that usually bombard Boston passersby with an endless stream of advertisements featuring scantily...
2014/08/09 09:15
2014/08/09 09:15
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This May 13, 2004 file photo shows Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's passport dating from World War I on display at Christie's auction house in London. The passport and some 3,000 other items were among...
2014/08/05 19:26
2014/08/05 19:26
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Shoppers, tourists and office goers can now catch some art in Times Square en route to their destinations — as can travelers across the country. Art Everywhere U.S. flipped its switch Monday morning...
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2014/08/02 23:37
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A picture postcard from September 1915 shows the young soldier standing bolt upright at his training camp in his army fatigues, rifle propped up on his left soldier. "Just to let you know, as...
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