At the French Windows. The Artist’s Wife, (1897), by Laurits Andersen Ring
Courtesy of the Bruce Museum
Images that help unveil the truth of what we can see
Tani Bunchō, Grasses and Moon (detail), Japanese, Edo period, 1817.
Image: John Tsantes and Neil Greentree; © Robert Feinberg.
Paintings from the Edo period convey “a powerful sense of there-ness.”
Provincetown’s winter harbor
Photograph by Age Fotostock/Alamy Stock Photo
Just enough art, culture, terrific food, and lively conversation....
John Christian Anderson’s Sacrificial Lamb
Photograph by Will Howcroft
Revealing sculptures at the Fuller Craft Museum, in Brockton
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Hasty Pudding Theatricals art from 1910, advertising Diana’s Debut
Image courtesy of the Harvard Theatre Collection
“Shingles” and other art of the Hasty Pudding from the Harvard Theatre Collection.
At the 2019 Artlake Festival in Germany, Chen (in red skirt) and artist Annique Delphine (pink skirt) lead Heal Her, a traveling workshop of collective storytelling and art for sexual-violence survivors.
Photograph by Molly Baber
Lena Chen transforms trauma into art and performance.
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Connecting European Old Masters with the new landscape of art history
Bearden’s stance in this ca. 1940 photograph prefigures his self-portrait in his collage Artist With Model in Studio (shown below), painted three decades later.
Photograph by Sam Shaw, ca. 1940s / Courtesy of the Romare Bearden Foundation
Brief life of a textured artist: 1911-1988