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A Vhils work at La Condition Publique in Roubaix, in northern France, in March 2017. Philippe Huguen/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In Jennifer Steinkamp's digital animations, trees gradually change color, lose leaves, sprout new leaves, grow flowers, and drop petals to the ground. She's done a series of such trees in honor of teachers who've had a profound influence on her. Jennifer Steinkamp/Lehmann Maupin hide caption

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Alfredo Ramos Martínez was regarded as a Father of Mexican Modernism, but his name is not widely known in the U.S. Above is Flores Mexicanas, a painting he worked on for 15 years. Dallas Museum of Art hide caption

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The name Rumors of War is from a biblical passage Matthew 24:6: "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come." Travis Fullerton/Virginia Museum of Fine Arts hide caption

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The Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Fla., didn't let COVID-19 stop it from showcasing its "Midnight in Paris" exhibition. Above, the Spanish surrealist painter in 1964. Terry Fincher/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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"She's challenging you to sit down in that chair," Los Angeles artist Alison Saar says of her 2019 sculpture, Set to Simmer. Jeff McLane/L.A. Louver hide caption

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'She's Challenging You': Alison Saar's Sculptures Speak To Race, Beauty, Power

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With Surprising Sculptures, Katharina Fritsch Makes The Familiar Fun

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's 1896 lithograph Woman Reclining — Waking Up from the portfolio Elles Norton Simon Museum hide caption

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Get A Glimpse Of Labor, Leisure And Everyday Life In Paris' Belle Époque

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Years ago, John Sonsini began approaching men in Los Angeles who were looking for work — and offering them modeling jobs. The results are on view in a show called Cowboy Stories & New Paintings. Above, Saul & Lorenzo, 2008. John Sonsini hide caption

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Artist Says His Portraits Of Day Laborers Are Paintings — Not Statements

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How Irish, English And Australian Actresses Learned To Talk Like 'Little Women'

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1 Night In An Edward Hopper Hotel Room? It's Less Lonely Than You Might Think

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Our annual Hanukkah Lights celebrates stories of the season. Rachel Stallworth/Flickr hide caption

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Hanukkah Lights 2019

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A worker stirs Ocean Spray cranberries in a bog set up in front of Rockefeller Center in October 2008. For decades, Susan Stamberg has managed to sneak her family's controversial cranberry relish recipe onto the air. Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mama Stamberg Takes Her Cranberry Relish Recipe To Ocean Spray's CEO

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