‘Walking’ by Charles Alston painted in 1958 captures the weight of the civil rights movement, and the women in it, “of not going back, no hesitation.” This painting is on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Still Life and America was the first lecture in the inaugural John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. this October. Mark D. Mitchell, Holcombe, the T. Green Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture at Yale University Art Gallery based his 30 …
A one session exercise in a white still life using a limited venetian palette (titanium white, yellow ochre, burnt sienna, ivory black–extended with sap green(i used viridian green) and ultramarine blue.
This stencilled art form from Mathura, India that has been around since the since the 16th or 17th century. It is often seen on the side of temples and buildings in parts of India and is instantantly recognizable through its approach and motifs.