Review: ‘What the Ermine Saw,' by Eden Collinsworth
1 month ago - By NY Times
A history of Leonardo da Vinci's 15th-Century portrait, “Lady With an Ermine,” is also a history of modern Europe.
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The Last Trip
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Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Fall Colors: 1942
October 1942. "Scrap and salvage depot, Butte, Montana." 4x5 inch Kodachrome transparency by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information. View full size.
‘Endangered' Review: When Journalism Becomes Imperiled
A new documentary from Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady explores threats to press freedom, but not with the focus this global issue deserves.
‘Doula' Review: Rules of Contraction
An expectant mother and a male birthing counselor learn to get along in this dry, refreshingly candid comedy.
Heatherwick Studio Unveils Crown-Shaped Kinetic Glasshouse in West Sussex
© Hufton+Crow Heatherwick Studio , in collaboration with The Woolbeding Charity and the National Trust , have unveiled their latest project, a kinetic Glasshouse and Silk Route...
How Gamification Can Transform Architecture Education
Courtesy of Oneistox The Age of Digitalization began nearly 40 years ago with the rise of information technology. With it came massive changes in the way humans interacted and...
Istanbul Painting and Sculpture Museum / EAA - Emre Arolat Architecture
© Thomas Mayer Archive
Capture One Brings its Photo Editing Software to iPad
As promised, Capture One has launched its editing application on iPad that brings its RAW conversion and photo editing software on the go and is built specifically to take...
Point Lobos Speed Painting 3
5"x7" oil on canvas board
4781 four years, one day
Still life, acrylic, 6" x 6" $100
These six paintings are now complete and will be shown at westlandgallery in September 💙 Details forthcoming.