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Culture

We’ll Always Love You, Henri Matisse, Fauvism Be Damned

Henri Matisse made a name for himself through his use of color – and it’s not the only reason we’re still talking about him today.

Books

Art Imitates Art: Here’s Why Museums Make Brilliant Settings in Fiction

The job of the writer and the job of the museum-goer are not so different. Both require a willingness to look deeply, patiently, and carefully.

Writing

‘A Real Allegory’: The Virtual Fun of Fictional Art

Lucy Ives, author of Impossible Views of the World, describes the ways in which art can be used in fiction writing to blur the lines of reality.

News

Meryl Streep as Katherine Graham Looks Ready to Shine in ‘The Papers’

Photos of Meryl Streep as Katharine Graham are starting to leak from 'The Papers,' the timely topic of ecocide, and more in today's Daily Blunt.

Books

The Great Nadar and Other Legendary Portrait Photographers

For stories of larger-than-life portrait photographers, like the one and only Nadar, check out these memoirs and biographies.

Interviews

On War, Art, How We Got Here and Where We’re to Go

We caught up with Sarah Sentilles, author of the new book Draw Your Weapons, to talk about war, terrorism, the art that grows among it, and more.