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18th Century Butts, Moving Statues And Other 'Metropolitan Stories'

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William Merritt Chase's 1888 Study of Flesh Color and Gold, pastel on paper coated with mauve-gray grit National Gallery of Art hide caption

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Versatile, Smudgy, Suitable For Women? Exhibition Traces The History Of Pastels

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A life size cut out of Bob Ross stands up against the wall where the historical tree of the Franklin Park Arts Center is painted. Bob Ross Inc. is located in Herndon, Va., which is only 27 miles from the exhibit. According to managing director, Elizabeth Bracey, the exhibit was intentionally kept close to headquarters. Mhari Shaw/NPR hide caption

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The Lasting Legacy Of Bob Ross And His Colorful World Of 'Happy Accidents'

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Appraiser Notices Renaissance Painting In French Woman's Home

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Men wait to board a non-existent plane in Adrian Paci's 2007 video, Centro di permanenza temporanea (Temporary Detention Center). Courtesy of the artist and Kaufmann Repetto hide caption

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Artists Take On Global Migration: 'It's Hard To Watch And It's Hard Not To Watch'

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Big royal statues from the Kingdom of Dahomey, in present-day Benin, are pictured in 2018 at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Across Europe, Museums Rethink What To Do With Their African Art Collections

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Crock Of Ages: New Exhibit Reveals Ancient Pottery's Millennia-Long Songs

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Augusta Savage was an artist, educator, activist and community leader. Her work is the focus of an exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, organized by the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. She's pictured above with her 1938 sculpture Realization. New-York Historical Society hide caption

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Sculptor Augusta Savage Said Her Legacy Was The Work Of Her Students

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Rembrandt's 'The Night Watch' Is Getting Restored And You Can Watch It Happen Live

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