He became a famous teacher in Germany, but it was in the United States that the artist came into his own as painter. Continue reading
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Featured Work: Glass Orrefors Ariel Vase by Edvin Ohrstrom, Sweden 20th Century.
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Featured Work: Salvador Dali pendant/brooch of Tristan and Isolde. 18k gold, large garnet and multiple diamonds. Hallmarked. From a 1953 design. Diameter: 1 1/2"
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Featured Work: Pair of cloisonne horses, enamel on bronze. China, late 19th/early 20th century.
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A showing of works by Italian artist Giosetta Fioroni comes to the Drawing Center in a blaze of silver. Continue reading
A dedicated group of Chinese artists have revitalized the centuries-old tradition of ink-and-brush painting, giving it a distinctly contemporary aesthetic. Continue reading
The essentials of Navajo culture are woven into every textile they made, even though most were intended for the Anglo market. Continue reading
Finding beauty in the cast-off or the offbeat, eclectic collectors are redefining aesthetic value — on their own terms. Continue reading
Spanish colonial art, long dismissed as derivative or politically incorrect, is receiving a major reappraisal in Latin America and drawing new attention in the U.S. Continue reading
Whether they’re inspired by Internet surveillance images or 17th-century portraits, contemporary artists draw on a wide range of material to stretch photography’s limits of expression. Continue reading