Sculptor Gerson Frank On Love And Art

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Sculptor Gerson Frank On Love And Art

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Silver chalices made in Syria in the sixth or seventh century. They are known as the Attarouthi Treasure, named after the prosperous Byzantine merchant town of Attarouthi. The Metropolitan Museum of Art hide caption

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Artist, Social Justice Activist Dies At 96

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Catlett Blazed Trails As An African-American Artist

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Fight For Klimt Portrait A Fight To Reclaim History

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Art, Mind And Brain Intersect In Kandel's Vienna

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In the 1980s, this dome from the 13th century was stolen out of the church of St. Evphemianos in Lysi in the Turkish occupied section of Cyprus. The fresco portrays Christ in heaven, surrounded by 12 angels. The Archangels Michael and Gabriel flank the Virgin Mary and John the Baptist as a medallion illustrates the throne that's been prepared for the Lord. Kevin Keim/Charles Moore Foundation hide caption

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800-Year-Old Frescoes Leave Texas For Cyprus

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The artist and volunteers watch the explosion set off by the ignition of the gunpowder drawing, Desire for Zero Gravity. Joshua White/The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles hide caption

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Gunpowder On Canvas: Literally Explosive Art

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A reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's drawing of The Vitruvian Man. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'Da Vinci's Ghost' Lives On In The Vitruvian Man

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Mike Kelley built a replica of his childhood home and repositioned it around Detriot. Three of his videos are on display at the Whitney. Above The Mobile Homestead is pictured in front of the abandoned Detroit Central Train Station. Kelley died in January. Corine Vermuelen/Courtesy Whitney Museum of American Art hide caption

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Whitney's 2012 Biennial Exhibit Parts With The Past

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Richard Diebenkorn's 1975 work Ocean Park #79, features pastel blues, lavenders and aquas — and thin strips of deep red and green at the top to draw the viewer's gaze upward. The Estate of Richard Diebenkorn/Courtesy Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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In 'Ocean Park,' Gentle Portraits Of California Light

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