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Henry Fuseli (German: Johann Heinrich Füssli) (February 7, 1741 – April 17, 1825) was a British painter, draughtsman, and writer on art, of Swiss origin.

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  • T.J. McNamara: In shadow and in light

      News Source: New Zealand Herald | 3 months ago
    Installations are a visual sensation simultaneously in two galleries Transmit/Receive by Cerith Wyn Evans at the Michael Lett Gallery, Auckland. Photo / Richard Robinson The National Opera in Vienna has a safety curtain between the stage and the
  • Review: F. Scott Hess paintings at the Municipal Art Gallery

      News Source: Los Angeles Times | 5 months ago
    Scott Hess has been painting what might be called the everyday dysfunctions of modern life. Sometimes it takes on epic scale, as in a sprawling scene of Disneyland visitors fleeing an approaching storm that seems more a squall of cultural rot than a
  • Theft of Dali Drawing Was Incongruous in its Simplicity

      News Source: The New York Times | 2 years ago
    New York Police, via Associated Press Salvador Dali's Cartel de Don Juan Tenorio was taken from a gallery on Madison Avenue in Manhattan. The man who stole a drawing by the Surrealist painter Salvador Dali on Tuesday wore only the most basic of
  • Art Review: ‘A Passion for Drawings,’ Charles Ryskamp’s Bequest, at Frick

      News Source: International Herald Tribune | over 2 years ago
    Michael Bodycomb/Frick Collection, New York Pierre-Joseph Redoute's Plum Branches Intertwined, from 1802-4. Michael Bodycomb/The Frick Collection, New York Henry Fuseli's Fallen Horseman Attacked by a Monstrous Serpent, from around 1800, inspired by
  • This week's new exhibitions

      News Source: The Guardian | over 2 years ago
    Fount (detail), by Alison Watt Alison Watt, Edinburgh Appropriately titled Hiding In Full View, Alison Watt's recent paintings focus on swathes of lyrically convoluted fabrics that appear to screen unseen depths of melancholic reverie. As seen in

      News Source: The New York Times | almost 3 years ago
    Algus Greenspon 71 Morton Street, West Village Through Oct. 8 An early contender for best group show of the season, this spellbinding exhibition carries Romantic, pre-Raphaelite and Symbolist art into the present. It segues from 19th-century
  • BBC asked Rolf Harris to paint Lily Cole in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night'...

      News Source: Mail Online UK | over 3 years ago
    What happened when the BBC asked Rolf Harris to paint one of Shakespeare's most famous scenes?...But when I finally got my chance, it was nearly a disaster from the start. I was painting the model Lily Cole as Queen Titania in Shakespeare's A
  • Paul Sandby: Calm after the storm

      News Source: The Independent | over 4 years ago
    Think of some Americans, for example, and the way they seem to feel about gun control, abortion, climate change, Medicare, Obama. Are there any artists I feel about that way – and if I did, would I put it in print?...Certainly, there are artists who

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