Perhaps no single painter had more influence on pioneering modernists than Eugène Delacroix—a quintessential Romantic, in both art and politics, who responded to art’s new market […] The post Delacroix’s Modernism appeared first on Art in America.
The N-Files Last Saturday, August 18, twelve students from Nolan Catholic High School taking a dual-credit United States history course under teacher David Mabry, M.A., came to the museum's library and archives for a behind-the-scenes tour. I learned that most of the students had never been introduced to a museum library, and I think most […]
The N-Files Alec Soth’s Sleeping by the Mississippi, a distillation of images taken on several trips down the Mississippi River, is the artist’s addition to the canon of road-trip photography books. Sleeping meanders through a somber tableau of portraits and landscapes the artist encountered using the storied river as his guide. A preponderance of images […]
The two met on a dating site and engaged in a relationship regarded differently on either side. Read More The post In Dueling Lawsuits, Ross Bleckner and Former Assistant Trade Accusations of Extortion, Sexual Misconduct appeared first on ARTnews.