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You'll see them on the streets, in the gardens and in the parks of one of London's oldest neighbourhoods, cameras, paint brushes, canvases, pencils and sketch pads in hand.
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Gregory McLaughlin might be best known for having fronted the Front back in the early '80s.
A man looks at the painting Better To Have Only One Child at the China National Art Museum in Beijing.
Pablo Picasso once said that the great 19th-century French painter Paul Cezanne was "the father of us all."
On July 13, 2013, a Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin.
So when retired vicar Derek was invited to put on an exhibition of his work it was only natural that he would turn to his wife for help - and the couple ended up staging their first joint exhibition.
In a photo from Dec. 10, 2013 at the Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, the painting "Graziella" by Pierre Auguste Renior, a painting owned by the city of Detroit, is displayed.
We love to have fun with food, and as you may recall, we recently told you about a scientific experiment showing that people who ate a salad arranged like a Kandinsky painting said it tasted better and was worth more money than a typical pile of greens.
Two painters are temporarily working out of an empty storefront at New York City's famous Brill Building, allowing thousands of passing pedestrians to watch them create scenes of Times Square.
Yve-Alain Bois's book Painting as Model was written twenty-odd years ago and continues to be an important text, providing conceptual fodder for many contemporary art practices.
For nearly everyone, the familiar site of the Ephrata Cloister Academy building located along West Main Street is a symbol of the by-gone era of unique community.
Held on Saturday July 5 in St Mary Cray Recreation Park, the event featured arts and craft workshops, live music, and food and drinks stalls throughout the afternoon.
For this morning's Art Ala Carte segment -- we feature artist Mary Mitsuda. Her paintings are part of an exhibit at the First Hawaiian Center.
Since prehistory, body painting has been with us but lately, this cult favorite in the art world seems to have become more popular than it ever has.
The same policies that locked Japanese society into a peaceful and orderly feudal system from the early 1600s through the 1860s fostered one of the country's most exuberant and vibrant art scenes.
After years of rancorous debate and legal maneuvering, the art collection of the Barnes Foundation reopened in May 2012 in new quarters in downtown Philadelphia.
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