What does a rock formation in New Mexico have to do with an old abbey in France? It’s not the premise of a paperback novel.
No grand marquis announces to you, “this is the Hudson River School, bow down in respect,” but perhaps there should be one.
These warped American aesthetics are not only traceable to violent television, movies, videogames, and music they are traceable to the fine arts and performing arts that our [...]
A planned monument to President Dwight Eisenhower funded largely by taxpayer dollars in Washington, DC has been put off until next year amid controversy over the design.
Great classical art is still highly valued as proven by the sale of Raphael’s “Head of a Young Apostle” for $47.8 million on Dec. 5 in London. The drawing was created [...]
Famous British writer, philosopher, and composer Roger Scruton believes that beauty matters in art and that the modern art of the 20th century has largely lost that beauty.
The Chinese mother tells me her story about persecution in a far land.
I’ve heard it said more than once now about today’s art market and it’s worth repeating: the emperor has no clothes!
The villanelle is a form of highly structured poetry with origins dating back to 16th century France, though some place it earlier. I have used this form here to depict the [...]
A look at whats on in New York City art world