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Birds and Beasts

Yamamoto Kozan, Rabbit- Shaped Censer

Japanese artists have lavished loving attention of the animal kingdom for almost two millennia, as visitors to the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., can now see for themselves. Continue reading

Heart of Glass

Toots Zynsky, Spring Grass II, Amsterdam, 1983

The Yale University collection of American glass illuminates the history of the medium, from artisanal exuberance to modernist innovation and beyond. Continue reading

Enough for a Lifetime

Carl Holty, Flowering, 1961

Carl Holty, a bridge between European modernism and the American art scene of the ’60s and ’70s, found original solutions to some of the deepest problems in abstract painting. Continue reading