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Edward Hopper

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  • Ocala's Appleton Museum a hidden gem

    Ocala's Appleton Museum a hidden gem
    Ocala is famous for the picturesque horse farms that have made it a world-class equestrian hub, but it was a less heralded gem that inspired my recent Marion County road trip. Nestled into an unlikely strip of businesses and tourist attractions such as...
  • Herman Maril: Baltimore artist painted what he saw

    Herman Maril: Baltimore artist painted what he saw
    Herman Maril had two worlds, and each provided him what something the other lacked. The artist, who was born in Baltimore in 1908 and died here in 1986, spent his life painting some of the grittier aspects of the city. Invariably, his astute and...
  • Tastemakers

    Tastemakers
    Urban gentrification—New York’s SoHo is the classic example—tends to follow a pattern: Artists in search of cheap space move into a moribund area, galleries and cognoscenti follow, and soon a once dilapidated district has wide-ranging cachet. This, in a...
  • Alice Tully Hall's makeover resounds

    Alice Tully Hall's makeover resounds
    At a time when the moneyed life in New York feels as if it is being sucked into the sewers, the reopening of Alice Tully Hall, the chamber music venue at Lincoln Center, feels like an eddy in the stream. After the hall had been caged for almost two...
  • 'Bob Dylan Revisited'

    'Bob Dylan Revisited'
    Why, one wonders, would anyone feel the need to illustrate the lyrics of the most evocative of modern songwriters? Do such Bob Dylan lines as "Pistol shots ring out in the barroom night," "I've walked and I've crawled on six crooked highways" or "the...
  • Chrysler photo show plumbs the national character

    Chrysler photo show plumbs the national character
    Few things attract our attention more than the face of another human. Familiar and mysterious at the same time, it's a perennial subject in art, spawning more images over the centuries than any other subject. With the invention of photography in the...
  • 10 things you might not know about modern art

    10 things you might not know about modern art
    The Art Institute of Chicago is opening its Modern Wing to showcase the visual splendors of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Without getting into a debate about when "modern art" began or ended, let's wing it with these 10 facts about art since 1900: 1....
  • 'Art Institute' — in stitches

    'Art Institute' — in stitches
    The "Mona Lisa" is lying on the living room floor of a house in LaPorte, Ind. It was removed from the wall so that Barbara and Earl Miller could find room for another, larger painting, Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks." This "painting" and many others &#...
  • Concern about sound walls

    According to the Valley Sun (“City inches toward sound walls,” May 19) The City Council has decided to take steps toward erecting sound walls along the 210 Freeway through our city. That may be good news. On the other hand, what kind of...
  • "Where's Walrus?" by Stephen Savage

    "Where's Walrus?" by Stephen Savage
    "Where's Walrus?" By Stephen SavageScholastic, $16.99, ages 3-6 As we move from page to page, seeking a runaway walrus pursued by his zookeeper, there can be two sorts of pleasure on each page. The number of people amongst whom the walrus seeks to...
  • Of Turp's, Diablita Cantina and other restaurant things

     
    I was bad this week about linking to stories in the print edition. There were just too many other things to talk about. I only just got around to reading Other Reviewer Richard's review of Turp's in Mount Vernon, mainly......