We are deeply saddened by the loss of Lennart Anderson, a perceptual painter, a painter of the figure, a painter of still life and of landscape in the spirit of Edgar Degas and Edwin Dickinson and others that he admired, a painter whose manner and style of painting did not preclude the desire...read more
Like so many people who have turned to Oliver Sack’s writings for pleasure and insight, upon his death this past August we were struck by the profundity of this loss, the flow of ideas we had come to expect from him ended—no new chapter, no new book, no new insight.
The Amherst, Massachusetts-based artist and educator, George Wardlaw, was born in Mississippi in 1927. During his long and distinguished career, he has turned his creative energy to silversmithing, painting, and sculpture.
In two distinct bursts of activity from 1877-1887 and 1890-92, Degas immersed himself in the printing technique called monotype, using it in innovative ways to create some of the most startling and groundbreaking work of his career. Currently on display at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New...read more