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Articles with keyword "Art"

business letter in Audubon's handwriting

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Audubon the Writer

The celebrated bird portraitist was also a great artist of the written word.

<em>Looking Down the Trail</em>

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Combat Artist

Vietnam War through the eyes of a South Dakota artist.

Sarah Bernhardt in <em>Le Baiser</em>

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Le Baiser

Felix Nadar’s gelatin silver print on paper of Sarah Bernhardt in Le Baiser is among the holdings of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.

Yarrow Mamout

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Third Time's the Charm

When Charles Willson Peale painted former enslaved African American and Georgetown resident Yarrow Mamout in 1819, he was interested in his storied longevity.

Thomas Saunders

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Unlimited Partnership

Chairman Bruce Cole talks with Thomas Saunders, Wall Street titan-turned-philanthropist, and his irrepressible wife, Jordan.

Shah receiving Persian ambassador

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Sultans of Swag

A look at "Gifts of the Sultan" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Portrait of Mary St. John Hutchinson

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British Modernism’s Many Manners

The Bloomsbury group broke ties with Victorian ideals and reimagined British art.

Installations at P.S. 23

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Public Art in the Bronx

Two images from Public Art in the Bronx, an NEH-supported website launched by the Lehman College Art Gallery (www.lehman.edu/publi

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Brass Hip Ornament

Within the culture of the Benin Empire, which thrived from the fifteenth through the nineteenth century in what is now southern Nigeria, only the oba, or sacred monarch, had the authority to

Peter Gilbert, director of the Vermont Humanities Council

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Vermont's Peter Gilbert

Peter Gilbert recruits top scholars to Vermont's monthly gatherings.