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Out of Frame

Sam Gilliam, Bursting, 1972

By folding, creasing, and ultimately draping his canvases, Sam Gilliam brought color abstraction closer to the viewer than any artist before him. Continue reading

A Rage for Ruins

Hubert Robert, Le Panthéon avec le port de Ripetta, Salon of 1767

The 18th-century French painter Hubert Robert catered to the aristocracy’s fascination with the ancient world and the eroding effects of time, with works which continue to astonish. Continue reading