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Kvarnen Gallery 1 Breakfast in the Open Carl Larsson (1910) The table is still outside from the night before. The bread and jam are emerging from baskets, the tea urn awaits as the morning light filters through the silver birches. Carl Larsson 's
Online voters have chosen dozens of works of art to appear on billboards and signs in cities across the U.S. later this summer...The works will begin appearing Aug. 4 in as many as 50,000 displays in all 50 states as part of the "Art Everywhere"
One hundred years ago, on 4 May 1914, the Suffragette Mary Wood turned up on the opening day of the Royal Academy's annual Summer Exhibition and hacked at a painting by the esteemed Royal Academician John Singer Sargent with a meat cleaver while
From 1917, when the Department of Information began to appoint official war artists, they were allowed to go almost wherever they wished no matter what the risks, and some were provided with cars and drivers. Some had earlier served as soldiers;
They invest time into to the students, not only to increase their knowledge through education, but to become their mentor and role model, by helping high school students with the difficult circumstances they may find themselves in. Molly Sargent was
That's the goal of New Haven's York , who painted the portrait...That's the approach he took to painting DeStefano's portrait over the past six months. The new portrait of New Haven's outgoing two-decade incumbent mayor was officially unveiled in
Asking him to help her give the White House a Boston complexion where possible, Mrs. Kennedy phoned Perry T. Rathbone, then the director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and received a loan of, among other works, six luminous watercolors by John
Rosenthal was raised in the Bronx, in an area called Parkchester, an only child. His father worked in a post office and his mother was a biology teacher in the public high school system; they spent summers at the Castle Hill Beach Club in the east
Video Video Besides visiting family and friends, and picking up an honorary degree from Huron College (an affiliate of the University of Western Ontario), she is delivering a lecture next week on How Wars Start: The Outbreak of the First World War.
A Texas art museum has acquired a painting rarely displayed in public by John Singer Sargent of Edwin Booth, the renowned 19th-century actor and brother of President Abraham Lincoln's assassin. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth