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When the City Truly Never Slept

It was a time of sex, drugs, and disco. Comments (2)

The Pool Man’s Joy

; Acrylic on canvas. | © DAVID HOCKNEY/ ©TATE, LONDON 2017 (PURCHASED, 1981) Comments (5)

Michelangelo’s Process Revealed

; drawing, red chalk; 10 11/16 in. x 16 5/8 in. | ROYAL COLLECTION TRUST / © HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II 2017, WWW.ROYALCOLLECTION.ORG.UK Comment
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Poetic Painter

nce upon a time, on the magical island of Manhattan, there lived three princesses named Stettheimer. Born to a wealthy, elite German Jewish family, their father, a banker, deserted them in childhood, but their mother, Rosetta, had enough money of her own to enable he Comments (1)

Celebrating Editta Sherman, Jeanne Moreau

At the New-York Historical Society right now, you can meet the best unknown portrait photographer of the last century, Editta Sherman. Although she died four years ago, her presence is very much alive here in the huge, vintage 8x10 camera with which she plied her trade (the same one the great George Hurrell used to glorify Golden Age Hollywood stars), the flamboyant hats and garments Comments (2)
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Drawing Fire

Among the draws at this year’s queer comics festival Flame Con, happening at the Bro Comments (16)

Beautiful Edo Boys

To enter Japan Society’s exquisite new exhibit, “A Third Gender: Beautiful Youths in Japanese Prints,” is to be swept back in time Comments (9)


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