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Articles with keyword "Visual arts"


Witness to War

Artist Otto Dix documents the horrors of World War I.


The Medici of the New World

How an art-loving physician named Albert C. Barnes took revenge on the critics by building a collection barred to them.


Urban Sensibilities

Joseph Urban brought European design and craftmanship to Ziegfeld's extravaganzas.

"City Life" by Victor Arnautoff


New Deal Murals

Meaningful work for Depression-era artists

Passenger pigeons


Drawn From Nature

John James Audubon captured a disappearing world in his paintings.

Watch by Gerald Murphy


Life as Art

Frolicking on the Cote D'Azur, Sara and Gerarld Murphy inspire artists of the avant-garde.

<em>The Apotheosis of Washington</em>


The Other Jefferson Davis

The U.S. Capitol, as we know it today, would never have existed without Jefferson Davis.

Book cover for Stidentism


Stridentism: Motors and Wings Included

Mexican Cultural Movement in the Twenties Had Plenty of Varoom

Portrait of Friedrich Nietzsche


Nietzsche Is Dead

The battle for Nietzsche's legacy began when Count Hary Kessler met Elisabeth Forster-Nietzsche.

Photo of Keira Amstutz, CEO of Indiana Humanities

In Focus

Indiana's Keira Amstutz

Humanities programs connect across state.