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Gilbert Stuart

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  • Soutine painting formerly in Hammer Museum is sold at auction

     
    In 2007, the UCLA Hammer Museum struck a deal with the Armand Hammer Foundation to split the collection that the late oilman had deposited in the Westwood cultural center that bears his name. Of 195 works, 103 would remain with...
  • Gifts with a Presidents Day twist: Time in office

     
    Johnny Depp has been stepping out for quite a while now with that proper timepiece: the pocket watch. For instance, he had one tucked in his waistcoat at the People's Choice Awards in January. Many U.S. presidents were known to...

    At last, the Smithsonian gets Colbert

    At last, the Smithsonian gets Colbert
    WASHINGTON -- The line outside the bathroom at the National Portrait Gallery has been out the door ever since museum officials decided to hang a portrait of late-night host Stephen Colbert in between the men's and women's restrooms. "The lines have...

    Visual presidents

    Visual presidents
    George Washington would have been jealous. When painter Gilbert Stuart painted his portrait, the General spent 15 hours posing, hating every self-conscious moment. In contrast, just a week before Inauguration Day, Barack Obama gave White House...

    Family vacation hot spots in Boston

    Family vacation hot spots in Boston
    Families love Boston for one simple reason--it's small and compact and most of the major sites (New England Aquarium, Quincy Market, the Freedom Trail, and the Children's Museum) are within easy walking distance. The Museum of Science, Harvard Yard, and...