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The striking spectrum of color in 's professional acrylic paints doesn't just happen by chance.
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Researchers still don't fully understand these ancient sculptures of women opening their vulva with their hands.
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A look at the syphilitic life of Paul Gauguin:
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Howard Russell Butler's early 20thc paintings of the , capturing its fleeting colors
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My contribution to the content frenzy: the first photos of a solar eclipse
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hyperallergic Aug 20
A World in Crisis: Bending, Quaking, Breaking
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hyperallergic Aug 20
This week in Required Reading, Kara Walker talks about art not answers, a timeline of Confederate monuments, & more.
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hyperallergic Aug 20
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To Browse or Not to Browse? 3,000 Victorian Illustrations of Shakespeare Published Online
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hyperallergic Aug 19
The Sad Story of the Last Cop on the Moon
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hyperallergic Aug 19
The Fantastical Visions of a Forgotten Early-20th-Century Illustrator
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hyperallergic Aug 19
Exploring Turkey's Political Crises Through Symbols of Byzantine Supremacy
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hyperallergic Aug 19
The 19th-Century French Novelists Who Wove Painting into Their Fiction
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hyperallergic Aug 19
A Maine Painter's Private Realm of Becoming
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hyperallergic Aug 19
Arcade Fire's "Everything Now" is "an enervating thing: a sniveling black hole of negativity."
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hyperallergic Aug 19
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