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Georgia O'Keeffe

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  • If Georgia O'Keeffe had a barbacoa joint

     
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  • Uncovering hidden layers of Grace Hartigan

    Grace Hartigan, one of Baltimore's most distinguished painters, has been the subject of no less than three important exhibitions this month, at C. Grimaldis Gallery on Charles Street, at the ACA Galleries in New York City and at the Neuberger Museum of...
  • Word Play: A picture's worth more than a thousand words

    Word Play: A picture's worth more than a thousand words
    It's hard to imagine that the reading of picture books could be controversial, but this fall saw a considerable kerfuffle over a story in the New York Times that declared picture books to be in decline. In the midst of a perfectly respectable news story...
  • Roy Neuberger dies at 107; money manager was an avid art collector

    Roy Neuberger dies at 107; money manager was an avid art collector
    Roy Neuberger, a co-founder of money manager Neuberger Berman who traded stocks until he was 101 and was a collector of such American artists as Jackson Pollock, Georgia O'Keeffe and Edward Hopper, has died. He was 107. He died of natural causes Friday...
  • Judge nixes proposal to sell stake in Georgia O'Keeffe collection

     
    The fate of a trove of artwork donated by Georgia O'Keeffe to Fisk University took another twist Friday when a judge rejected the school's proposal to sell a stake in the collection to a museum. The financially troubled Fisk University,......
  • Community & Clubs: Service clubs respond to earthquake in Japan

    Following last week's earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Eberhard J. Wirfs, chairman of the Lions Club International Foundation, e-mailed this statement to club members: "Lions, we respond immediately, alongside our fellow Lions of Japan. Within hours of...
  • Summer reading: Current events

    Summer reading: Current events
    Allah, Liberty and Love The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom Irshad Manji Simon & Schuster: $25 The author looks at the contentious world views sometimes dividing Muslims and non-Muslims and suggests solutions to transcend those differences....
  • What it looks like inside a migraine

    It can be hard to explain how your world looks to someone whose reality is very different. That's especially true for people with epilepsy and aura-filled migraines. Increasingly, instead of struggling to explain with words, people with these illnesses...
  • "Lastingness: The Art of Old Age" by Nicholas Delbanco

    "Lastingness: The Art of Old Age" by Nicholas Delbanco
    "Lastingness: The Art of Old Age" By Nicholas Delbanco Grand Central Publishing, 261 pages, $24.99 Six years ago, during one of my summer writers' workshops, I found myself presented with a young man who was already (at the ripe age of 12) a world-...
  • Book review: 'My Faraway One'

    Book review: 'My Faraway One'
    My Faraway One Selected Letters of Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz: Volume One, 1915-1933 Edited by Sarah Greenough Yale University Press: 832 pp., $39.95 At the beginning of their correspondence, in 1915, she addressed him as Mr. Stieglitz....
  • Book Review: 'Rebels in Paradise' by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

    Book Review: 'Rebels in Paradise' by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp
    Rebels in Paradise The Los Angeles Art Scene and the 1960s Hunter Drohojowska-Philp Henry Holt: 288 pp., $27 After decades of neglect, Los Angeles art history is a hot topic. The most immediate reason is "Pacific Standard Time: L.A. Art 1945-1980," an...
  • Muscarelle Museum showcases new acquisitions

    Muscarelle Museum showcases new acquisitions
    Despite roots so deep that its earliest acquisition dates to 1732, the College of William and Mary rarely paid much attention to its art collection in the past, letting it grow over the years like an untended field. What resulted was a curious hodge-...