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Few of d’Angers’s wax models survive today. A wonderful example that still looks fresh and immediate is "The Abbé de Lamennais," 1831, 6½ by...

Few of d’Angers’s wax models survive today. A wonderful example that still looks fresh and immediate is "The Abbé de Lamennais," 1831, 6½ by...

Ellen Roberts, Harold and Anne Berkley Smith Curator of American Art and @hudsonrivermuseum curator Bartholomew F. Bland. #americanart #newyork #landscapes

Ellen Roberts, Harold and Anne Berkley Smith Curator of American Art and @hudsonrivermuseum curator Bartholomew F. Bland. #americanart #newyork #landscapes

D’Angers’s large marble statue of the ancient Greek warrior Philopoemen, in the Louvre, captures "the struggle between physical nature and m...

D’Angers’s large marble statue of the ancient Greek warrior Philopoemen, in the Louvre, captures "the struggle between physical nature and m...

Hard Truths: The Art Of Thornton Dial At High Museum Of Art. In immediate response to reporter Morley Safer's denigrating treatment on 60 Minutes, in 1993, Dial created "Looking for the Good Price,” depicting a horrific slave auction, with a tortured black figure in the upper right being offered for sale by a grinning, demonic white auctioneer at left. Below, a mangled tiger (Dial) is entangled in a bicycle chain, reflecting his abuse on the television show.

Hard Truths: The Art Of Thornton Dial At High Museum Of Art. In immediate response to reporter Morley Safer's denigrating treatment on 60 Minutes, in 1993, Dial created "Looking for the Good Price,” depicting a horrific slave auction, with a tortured black figure in the upper right being offered for sale by a grinning, demonic white auctioneer at left. Below, a mangled tiger (Dial) is entangled in a bicycle chain, reflecting his abuse on the television show.

PITTSBURGH, PENN. — An exhibition of two rarely seen Japanese collections from the early years of Carnegie Institute. Opening March 30 in Gallery One at Carnegie Museum of Art, “‘Japan Is the Key…’: Pittsburgh Collects Prints and Ivories, 1900–1920” traces the development of these collections through the two larger-than-life men responsible for Carnegie Institute’s ambitious exhibitions of Japanese art in the first decade of the Twentieth Century.

PITTSBURGH, PENN. — An exhibition of two rarely seen Japanese collections from the early years of Carnegie Institute. Opening March 30 in Gallery One at Carnegie Museum of Art, “‘Japan Is the Key…’: Pittsburgh Collects Prints and Ivories, 1900–1920” traces the development of these collections through the two larger-than-life men responsible for Carnegie Institute’s ambitious exhibitions of Japanese art in the first decade of the Twentieth Century.

George Catlin, Ee-áh-sá-pa, Black Rock, a Two Kettle Chief, 1832, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr.

George Catlin, Ee-áh-sá-pa, Black Rock, a Two Kettle Chief, 1832, oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Jr.

Sunset at Arbonne, Rousseau

Sunset at Arbonne, Rousseau

On July 11, 1863, several colored regiments of the Union army fight and suffer heavy casualties at the Battle of Fort Wagner

On July 11, 1863, several colored regiments of the Union army fight and suffer heavy casualties at the Battle of Fort Wagner

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The Colophon - Benjamin's Signature. North French Miscellany - image by Facsimile Editions Ltd., London.

The Colophon - Benjamin's Signature. North French Miscellany - image by Facsimile Editions Ltd., London.

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