Episode 201 MONDAY, 5/10/21

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Obscura No More

How photography rose from the margins of the art world to occupy its vital center

Article by Andy Grundberg on The American Scholar.

Revenge of the Goldfish by Sandy Skoglund, 1981 (© 1981, Sandy Skoglund)

Artist Uses Sand and Stones to Create Land Art Masterpieces at His Local Beach

Article by Emma Taggart on My Modern Met.

The Great British Art Tour: the ugly duchess, warts and all

Article on The Guardian.

Mocking … An Old Woman (‘The Ugly Duchess’), c1513, (H62.4 x W45.5 cm) by Quentin Massys. Photograph: The National Gallery Photographic Department

David Hockney Shows Us His Sketch Book, Page by Page

Article in Art on Open Culture.

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gaia ranuzzi – collage

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Episode 196 -WEDNESDAY, 4/28/21

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Dallas Museum of Art and Van Gogh Museum Co-Organize First Exhibition Dedicated to Van Gogh’s Olive Grove Series

Article on Art Fix Daily.

Vincent van Gogh, Olive Grove , July1889, oil on canvas, Kröller – Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands. Photographer: Rik Klein Gotink

Vibrant Palette Knife Paintings Capture the Beauty and Strength From Around the World – Elena gual

Article by Arnesia Young on My Modern Met.

ART. IT’S SO SUBJECTIVE.

Article by Victoria on SF Girl by Bay Blog.

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leandro antoli – watercolor

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Episode 188 – WEDNESDAY, 4/7/21

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salman khoshroo sculpts 3-dimensional portraits from wool that appear as brush strokes

Article by nina azzarello on Design Boom.

THE THORNY POLITICS OF PRESIDENTIAL PORTRAITURE

Article by Alice George on Smithsonian Mag.

Richard Milhous Nixon by Norman Rockwell, 1968 (NPG)

‘This Is a Robbery’: Netflix Releases New Docuseries On The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist

Article by Art Fix Daily.

Artist Spotlight: Daniel Eatock

Article on Booooooom.

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Liliya pobornikova

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Episode 179 – WEDNESDAY, 3/17/21

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From da Vinci to Bosch, the 10 Most Googled Paintings of 2020

Article by Hakim Bishara on Hyperallergic.

Grant Wood, “American Gothic” (1930) (via Wikimedia Commons)

Tender, debut portraits by artist Paul Gervais are inspired by Lucian Freud

Article by Katy Cowan on Creative Boom.

Woman with a Tatooed Hand, oil on linen, 2020 © Paul Gervais

The Academic Artist: At 100, Wayne Thiebaud is Still Making Art, Teaching — and Influencing

Article by Catherine Bigelow on the Nob Hill Gazette.

Featured works in the Wayne Thiebaud Influencer: A New Generation exhibition at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis include Sun Fruit by Wayne Thiebaud.

Alexander Calder’s Archive Goes Online: Explore 1400 Works of Art by the Modernist Sculptor

Article on Open Culture.

Floral Motifs Are Digitally Printed onto Blonde Hair in a New Baroque-Inspired Collection

Article by Grace Ebert on Colossal.

All images © Alexis Ferrer/Rafael Andreu, shared with permission

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matthew dean – Relief sculpture

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Episode 169 – MONDAY, 2/22/21

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How Kehinde Wiley’s Dazzling Portraits Won Over the Art Market

Article by Nicole Martinez on Artsy News.

Kehinde Wiley, Equestrian Portrait of Philip IV, 2017. © Kehinde Wiley. Courtesy of the artist; Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California; and Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

LUST, HEARTBREAK AND SUGGESTIVE SCULPTURE: WAS THIS ART’S GREATEST LOVE TRIANGLE?

Article by Jonathan Jones on The Guardian.

Three’s a crowd … Jasper Johns, Cy Twombly and Robert Rauschenberg. Composite: Getty Images

58-Foot Bronze Frieze Begun For First-Ever National World War I Monument In D.C.

Article on Art Fix Daily.

Sabin Howard’s sculpture, A Soldier’s Journey, will be the focal point of the memorial. (Courtesy The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission)

Get To Know the Guggenheim: How a Family Helped Create One of the World’s Most Famous Art Museums

Article by Madeleine Muzdakis on My Modern Met.

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lee jenkinson – painting

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Episode 168 – SATURDAY, 2/20/21

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Expressive Portraits, Line Drawings, and Foliage Are Superimposed into Rich Illustrations by Ana Santos

Article by Grace Ebert on Colossal.

The 25 Greatest Art Heists of All Time

Article by Alex Greenberger on Art News.

What Are Rembrandt’s Best Works? Eight Curators Discuss Their Favorite Pieces by the Old Master

Article by Claire Selvin on ArtNews.

Rembrandt van Rijn, The Night Watch, 1642, oil on canvas.COURTESY RIJKSMUSEUM, AMSTERDAM

David Hummelen, Colorscapes.

Article on Supersonic Art.

Must-have art supplies to let your inner creative shine

Article by Sandra Gutierrez G. on Popular Science.

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kelly marshall – painting

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Episode 167 – WEDNESDAY, 2/17/21

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Anna Torma’s Hand-Sewn Dreams

Article by Lauren Moya Ford on Hyperallergic.

Anna Torma, “Pedagogical Charts 2” (2016), hand-embroidered collage on linen fabric, silk thread, 143 x 116cm (courtesy Galerie Laroche / Jonca, photo by Darren Rigo)

This rebellious female painter of bold nude portraits has been overlooked for a century

Article by Jacqui Palumbo, CNN

Suzanne Valadon was a famous artists’ model who posed for Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Henri Toulouse-Lautrec before striking out on her own to paint. Credit: Bettmann Archive/Getty Images

A THIRD Season of Portrait Artist of the Week starts soon!

Article on Making a Mark Blog.

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anna kotelnik – Oil painting

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Episode 165 – SATURDAY, 2/13/21

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Lush Florals Sprout from Corsets and Dresses in Enchanting Paintings by Artist Amy Laskin

Article by Grace Ebert on Colossal

A Comprehensive Guide to Color Mixing

Article by Vanessa Childers on Artists Network.

Lucian Freud and the Truth of the Body

Article by Adam Gopnik on The New Yorker.

“Self-Portrait (Reflection),” from 2002, when the artist was eighty years old.Art work © The Lucian Freud Archive / Bridgeman Images

‘Black Art: In the Absence of Light, A Celebration of African American Artists’ Premieres On HBO February 9

Article on Art Fix Daily.

Amy Sherald at work on her portrait of First Lady Michelle Obama, as featured in HBO’s “Black Art: In the Absence of Light.”
Courtesy HBO

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yulia krasnov – watercolor

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Episode 135 -SATURDAY, 11/28/20

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Painter Ewa Juskiewicz Wants to Shatter Conservative Ideas About Beauty

Article by Claire Selvin on ArtNews.

Unexplained Monolith Discovered in Rural Utah’s Red Rock Country

Article by Matt Novak on Gizmodo.

Did You Catch the Clever Art-Historical Easter Egg in the Netflix Hit ‘The Queen’s Gambit’? Here’s What It Means

Article by Ben Davis on artnet news.

Anna Klumpke, Portrait of Rosa Bonheur (1898). Image courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Things that make you go hmmmmm….

Cleopatra lived closer to the invention of the iPad than she did to the building of the Great Pyramid.

An Iowa boy is selling baseball bats he makes from fallen trees to raise money for storm victims

Article by Alaa Elassar, CNN.

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jingze du – Painting

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