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Audio Lecture: The Strange Genius of Sir John Soane
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Tim Knox, Sir John Soane's Museum, London, traces Soane's highly original and idiosyncratic reinterpretation of classical architecture and design. Artwork: Side Chair, 1802-1810. England....
Audio Lecture: The Strange Genius of Sir John Soane
Audio Lecture: All Receding Together, One Hundred Slanting LInes
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Jerome Silbergeld, Princeton University, probes architectural details in Chinese painting, discovering political and social references in the relationship between two dimensional images and their...
Audio Lecture: All Receding Together, One Hundred Slanting LInes
Audio Lecture: In Search of the Byzantine Artist
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Charles Barber, University of Notre Dame, provides a positive view of the often criticized Byzantine artists
who worked in the era when the copy was valued more than the original.
Artwork...
Audio Lecture: In Search of the Byzantine Artist
Audio Lecture: What You See is Not What You Get—Deceptive Restorations and Alterations in Old Master Prints
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Roy Perkinson, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, finds that truth can be elusive in the process of restoring Old Master prints. Artwork: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. Abraham's Sacrifice, 1655...
Audio Lecture: What You See is Not What You Get—Deceptive Restorations and Alterations in Old Master Prints
Audio Lecture: Van Gogh—The Life
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Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith, Pulitzer Prize winners for their biography on Jackson Pollock, presented their new book about Vincent Van Gogh to a packed house on December 8, 2011.
Audio Lecture:  Van Gogh—The Life
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
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Cartoonist Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal Constitution, uses highlights of his work to reveal his process for creating editorial cartoons that are both pointed and funny.
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist

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