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Form and Feeling

Will Barnet, Father and Parrot, 1948

Will Barnet’s paintings and prints, whether figurative or abstract, conjure strong emotions from an equally strong underpinning of spatial structure. Continue reading

Woman of Valor

Artemisia Gentileschi excelled as a painter in Baroque Europe, representing women of history and myth with virtuosic skill and sensitivity, but her path wasn’t without difficulty. Continue reading

Meet the Master

Anonymous (Southern Low Countries), after Jan van Eyck, The Triptych of Petrus Wyts

The biggest exhibition of Jan van Eyck’s work that ever was or will be is now on view in the Northern Renaissance master’s hometown of Ghent, Belgium. Continue reading

Memories of Paint

Gerhard Richter, Betty, 1977

A Gerhard Richter retrospective at the Met shows how the German artist has disembodied the medium of painting as a way to confront the 20th century’s most intolerable recollections. Continue reading