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Late and Great

J.M.W. Turner, Ancient Rome; Agrippina Landing with the Ashes of Germanicus

In his last decade and a half, J.M.W. Turner seemed to transcend all known standards, baffling the critics but inspiring future generations. Continue reading

Get in Line

Ellen Lesperance, December 12, 1983

Contemporary artists are pushing their pens and pencils in new directions and letting viewers draw their own conclusions. Continue reading

The Explorer

Ed Moses in his Venice, Calif., studio, photographed by Alan Shaffer

Ed Moses, at 88, refuses to be tied down to any style or concept, rejects the idea of “the artist,” and creates by embracing the happy accident. Continue reading