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High And Tiny
After an arduous hike to an elevation of nearly 11,000 feet in the High Sierra, Stevens found and sketched the elusive mountain laurel in pencil. Her botanical painting of the flower, completed in the studio, reveals its easily overlooked beauty. Not
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Great crises often generate great art along with profound social change. The Renaissance, perhaps the greatest efflorescence of science and art in Western civilization, was sparked in the 14th century by the search for a response to the bubonic plagu
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Lasting Impression
“This powerful painting byWinslow Homer(1836–1910), one of America’s great realist painters, was completed during his 27-year stay on the coast of Maine, living and working only 75 feet from the ocean. In it, Homer delivers his most enduring theme—th