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TMA spotlights African-American art

Home / Life / Discover / TMA spotlights African-American art with ‘Embracing Diverse Voices’ TMA spotlights African-American art with ‘Embracing Diverse Voices’ Published on Saturday, 9 January 2016 19:16 – Written by JON PERRY, Special to the Tyler Paper Celebrating...

Don Stephens Visual Artist – Video

Don Stephens Visual Artist – Video

Don Stephens Art Classes at October Gallery

Queen Portrait Defaced: Westminster Abbey Painting By Ralph Heimans Has Been Vandalized

Queen Portrait Defaced: Westminster Abbey Painting By Ralph Heimans Has Been Vandalized

A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was defaced with spray paint Thursday at London’s Westminster Abbey, and police arrested a man at the church on suspicion of vandalism. Fathers 4 Justice, a protest group...

Gustave Courbet Birthday: Rebellious French Painter Turns 194

Gustave Courbet Birthday: Rebellious French Painter Turns 194

In honor of Gustave Courbet’s birthday, we are revisiting a post originally published last year honoring the artist’s life and work. We can think of few artists who embody the spirit of unbridled liberty...

Willi Sitte Dead: East German Artist Dies At 92

Willi Sitte Dead: East German Artist Dies At 92

Willi Sitte, one of East Germany’s most eminent artists and a key representative of Communism’s preferred socialist realism painting style, has died at 92. The head of the Willi Sitte Foundation, Hans-Hubert Werner, told...

Huge Street Art Murals Transform City Of Lodz In Poland

Huge Street Art Murals Transform City Of Lodz In Poland

The city of Lodz in Poland is promoting the work of street artists from around the world as a way of creating a cultural re-invigoration of this city whose population is three quarters of...

In segregated, wartime America, making art against the odds

In segregated, wartime America, making art against the odds

In the early 1940s, a young man named John Biggers enrolled at Hampton Institute, a black college near Norfolk, at the same time that Viktor Lowenfeld, a painter and art scholar who had fled...