Questions / Comments = email@example.com Visit my website for more stories "For me, it's a big event," Arnault said
We have all been deeply shocked and horrified by the Parisian attacks. I was thinking today, that after I had the chance to catch my breath in the fast paced "news" cycles as a White House Correspondent, where was the art in all this?
Who is this mystery man?
Art plays an integral role in my life - and my travels. When traveling, an art museum (or series of them) holds a crucial importance to me second only to food.
You know what they say: Looks like a Monet, feels like a Monet, has Monet's authentic signature in the corner as determined
Benjamin Scheuer sat at Buvette in the West Village, a casual grin stretching up toward his perfectly coifed 'do. "I dressed for spring today," he said with a velvet voice, sliding over words like they were made of silk.
Rob Mango, artist and denizen of Tribeca, NY and former medal winning track star has been running through the streets of New York City since the late '70s. To get the most out of the art of Rob Mango I thought it best to pose the following questions regarding the origins and inspirations behind the work.
The Musee du Luxembourg has devoted a show to Paul Durand-Ruel, the Impressionist impresario who also confirmed to Flaubert's dictum about being "regular and orderly in your life like a bourgeois, so that you may be violent and original in your work."
The clusters of barnacles on the corroded hull of the old ship form the rocky shoreline in this impressionistic tribute to Monet by the Spanish street artist Pejac. Here on the shores of Cantabria in northern Spain, he bobs in the low tide while recreating a scene from a hundred forty or so years earlier over the harbor of Le Havre, France.
A Monet landscape is the latest lost treasure to surface in Cornelius Gurlitt’s trove of European art. The painting was recently