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Gardner Museum: Largest Art Theft in U.S. History
It has been 15 years since the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston was robbed of 13 valuable works of art by Vermeer, Rembrandt, Degas and others.
I discuss artists' interpretations of the Old & New Testaments with examples of art by Giotto, Michelangelo and Bosch.
Robert Indiana 's Love Sign Interpreted
I examine the LOVE sign by Robert Indiana, created in the 1960s. Was it symbolic of romantic love or was it intended to have another meaning?
Damien Hirst 's ' Lamb of God ' Theme in Art
After seeing a recent exhibit of Damien Hirst, I discuss one of the most influential living artists and his controversial work.
I share my experience with art as well as my qualifications to be the Art Appreciation Editor at Bellaonline.com.
'Weary Herakles': Looters vs. Archaeologists
I discuss the issue of looters stealing art treasures vs. archaeologists who properly excavate priceless works of art. The case of 'Weary Herakles' is examined.
Stolen Art -- The Scream
I discuss the theft of "The Scream" by Edvard Munch and possible reasons why it wasn´t insured.
Great Wave Tsunami in Asian Art
Due to the devastation in 2004 by the tsunami in South Asia, and the tsunami in 2011 in Japan, I will focus on a woodblock print by Katsushika Hokusai.
When In New York ... Visit the Met
Last year I visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, one of the greatest museums in the world. I share my favorite picks and offer insight into their expansive art collections.
Sargent and Velázquez: Comparison Study
A comparison study of work by John Singer Sargent's, "Daughters of Edward Darley Boit," and Diego Velázquez's, "Las Meninas."
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