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Amedeo Modigliani Continues to Remind Us of the Power of Art

Modigliani's art reminds us that extraordinary creative work that can arise despite - and to spite - repressive political climates.


The Rich History of Color, and Why It’s So Hard to Choose a Favorite

Kassia St. Clair, author of The Secret Lives of Color, sheds light on the unknown, vivid stories behind some of her all-time favorite colors.


‘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.


Picasso and Matisse as Art Rivals in the Paris of ‘In Montmartre’

Writer-illustrator Nathan Gelgud highlights the heady (and silly) art world of early 20th-century Paris in sue Roe's 'In Montmartre.'


Illustrating David Hockney: A Painter Plays with Perspective

Nathan Gelgud creates illustrations inspired by 'David Hockney: A Pilgrim's Progress,' the second biographical volume about the painter by Christopher Simon Sykes.


Remembering the Transcendent Effect of Mark Rothko’s Art

September 25 marks the birthday of Mark Rothko (1903 - 1970). Nathan Gelgud celebrates the artist's legacy with illustrations inspired by James Breslin's biography.