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Churchill, Reagan, and Trump, and the Perception of Evil
Commentary Over the course of history, and more emphatically, recent history, nations, in particular democracies, swing on the pendulum between idealism and realism. The need for both can be traced ...
April 25, 2020
Portraitist Sandra Kuck’s Romantic Realism
Sandra Kuck's paintings are rich in detail, and take several months to complete. "Yin and Yang" took half ...
November 8, 2019
Ideas DO Have Consequences—Revisiting Richard Weaver’s Classic
Commentary The events of the mid-20th century shook the world and shattered the optimism that came with the ...
January 10, 2019
Gary L. Gregg
Norwegian Artist’s Finely Tuned Still Lifes Engage the Viewer
BERGEN, Norway—Norwegian artist Atle Skudal’s paintings capture significant moments in people’s lives. He often includes objects that are ...
September 7, 2018
Susanne W. Lamm
The Masters’ Thread: How Degas Inspires Burton Silverman
In this column, "The Masters' Thread" (ept.ms/mastersthread), artists share their thoughts about how one master's piece inspires their ...
June 30, 2017
Painter Spotlight: Camie Salaz, Transformation Through Art
After college, I felt a little lost for a while. My technical ability wasn’t quite what I wanted, ...
February 16, 2015
Wim Van Aalst
Why Realism? Part 10: How Modern Art Gets Marketed
What modernists have done has been to aid and abet the destruction of the only universal language by ...
May 25, 2014
Why Realism? Part 9: Dignity and Democracy
Jean-Jacques Rousseau cried out at the beginning of his landmark work “The Social Contract”: “Man is born free, ...
May 19, 2014
Why Realism? Part 8: Realism as Torchbearer for Humanity
So let us look at what was actually being done by academic artists of the late 19th century. ...
May 18, 2014
Why Realism? Part 2: The Non-Language of Modernism
Modern art has taught us that it’s a lie to create an illusion of three dimensions in a ...
May 1, 2014
Why Realism? Part 1: Building on the Classics
Thinking about the theme of building on the classics, I’ve concluded that nothing could be more appropriate than ...
April 28, 2014
Pandemic-Fueled Worries Drive Spike in Gun Sales in California: Study
Grassley: Congress ‘Can’t Wait’ on Pelosi, White House to Agree on Stimulus Package
Tibetan Refugees on Indo-China Border Recall How Chinese Regime Pushed Them Out
, Epoch Times
Grassroots Movement to Reject Chinese Communist Party Gains New Traction Amid Toughening US Stance
Sen. Lindsey Graham Confronted at Airport by Women Calling Judge Barrett Racist
DOJ Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google, Draws Bipartisan Praise
US Fighter Jets Intercept 4 Russian Warplanes Near Alaska
Trump Again Says He Wants Bigger Relief Deal, Predicts Senate GOP Will Back It
US Blacklists Chinese Entities, Individuals for Dealing With Iran
US Commits up to $1 Billion to Stimulate Eastern, Central Europe Infrastructure Investments
, Epoch Times