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Articles with keyword "painting"

Genevieve receiving King Mark's letter

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Dating Fashionable Middle-Aged People

A scholar's epic journey to catalog two hundred years of medieval dress.

Book cover for Jean Fouquet and the Invention of France

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Crowning Achievement

Fifteenth-century French painter Jean Fouquet was a curious artist—

Hogue painting

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Fire on the Walls

Texas looks at the land through the eyes of artist Alexandre Hogue.

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Recluse At Court

From a chapter on art in the Yuan Dynasty, written by James Cahill in the NEH-supported 1997 reference work Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting (Yale University Press).

Bruce Cole

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Renaissance Scholar at Work

Humanities discusses art and the achievements of the Endowment with outgoing Chairman, Bruce Cole.

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.

The Death of James Lee Byars, 1982/1994

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Outside the Frame

How Asia changed the course of American art.

Image of A View of Two Lakes and Mountain House, Morning, 1844 by Thomas Cole.

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Living Off the Landscape

How Thomas Cole and Frederic Church made themselves at home in the Hudson River Valley.

Portrait of Emperor Kangxi in Court Dress

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Imperial Scrolls of China

Monumental paintings from the Qing dynasty document the power of its emperors.

Image of Rest and Work, 1941, by Jean Charlot.

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The Art of Influence

Nebraska hosts talks on the reach of the Mexican muralists.