Art How-to Tips
Color in Shadows
Dolph LeMoult on Inspiration
Helpful Hints for the Artist #3
Helpful Hints for the Artist #4
Helpful Hints for the Artist #5
Helpful Hints for the Artist #6
Helpful hints for the artist #7
Helpful Hints for the Artist #8
Helpful Hints for the Artist #9
Helpful Hints for the Artist -- #1
Helpful Hints for the Artist -- #2
Instructor Hank McLaughlin on sketching
Introducing Hank's Pithy Art Tips!
Studio Talk: Learning to Draw, part 1
Studio Talk: Learning to Draw, part 2
Studio Talk: Painting Trees
Tips on figure drawing
Tips on portrait painting
"Drawing is the root of everything"--van Gogh
2006 -- the "year of Cézanne"
A new look at Van Gogh
A twenty-first century look at a fifteenth century masterpiece
A window on today's Africa
A year-end look at favorite objects in NY museums
An artist's visit to 19th century London
Art dances with architecture: Kandinsky at the Guggenheim
Art for escapism
Beloved paintings have a new home at the Met
Brain teasers for the eyes: the art of Jesus Soto
Building bridges between animals and humans
Cézanne and Pissarro: a shared vision
Cezanne and Picasso -- together again for the first time
Cezanne in America
Christo's "Gates" and more musings on "what is art?"
David Smith's "Drawings in Space"
End of an era for the Barnes Foundation
Exhibition of drawings provides a snapshot of Picasso's career
Familiar paintings made new
George Catlin, witness to a vanishing way of life
Ground-breaking exhibition of feminist art hits L.A.
Happy Birthday, Rembrandt!
Inspiration from an 18th century "senior citizen"
Irving Penn, poet with a camera
Italian "Divisionists" at the Guggenheim
Leonardo da Vinci would have loved this!
Lessons from a master: De Kooning at MoMA
Making art together -- Surrealist painters Yves Tanguy and Kay Sage
Masterpieces come home to Washington, DC
Met Museum's "Timeline" is a portal to the world of art history
More on the amazing Mrs. Delany
Murals by Diego Rivera reunited at MoMA
Museum visits without leaving home #1
Museum visits without leaving home #2
Museum visits without leaving home #3
Nature captured in the glassmaker's art
New wing opens at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston
Next up after Christo's "Gates" ...
Picasso -- never still, always changing
Renoir as "fashionista"?
Renoir gets a breath of fresh air
Renovated home for art opens on Yale campus
The Barnes Foundation in its new home
Traditional art from China and Japan on view in New York
Transported by technology to a monastery in Milan
Van Gogh's letters on line
Van Gogh: An Eye for Detail
Velazquez takes London by storm
What is Art and Why Does It Matter?
Where Art and Science Shake Hands
William Steig's Cartoons and Ogres
"American Landscapes" by Mark English
Franklin McMahon draws history
On location with Charles Reid
Painting with a master -- Charles Reid
Remembering "Mac" McMahon
Special stamps for holiday cards and letters
A graduate reflects on his art studies with FAS
A lifetime of creativity for FAS graduate
Alumni far and wide
Another alumna joins our website -- Julinya de Vince
Don Smith -- a new FAS alumnus on our website
FAS Alum's Painting on Exhibit
FAS Alumna Pam Rice goes from strength to strength
FAS graduate publishes a book of her paintings
FAS student expresses appreciation
FAS student shares her knowledge
Fond memories from a former student
Former FAS Student Checks In
Holiday greetings from an alumnus in the Netherlands
Marianne and Skip -- FAS students, 50 years apart
More prize-winning artwork from our Japanese students
Praise for FAS Instructor Hank McLaughlin
Reiko Kumagai's winning painting
Sherry Leach's work in Rocky Mountain show
Welcome to FAS alumna Sherry Leach!
Welcome to FAS alumnus Max Stiebel!
Welcome to FAS alumnus Richard Sandoval!
Odds & Ends
'The Art of Gaman' at the Smithsonian Museum
2,000 Years of Latin American Portraits
2010 Winner of Trip to United States
A little birdie told me...
A New Look at New York's "Master Builder", Robert Moses
A new year -- a new Course!
A passion for fonts
A Treasure Trove of Images On Line
Actors lend their voices to podcasts on art
An Expansive Art Encyclopedia on the Web
Animals, the Intersection of Art and Science
Are You on Facebook or Twitter? Join Us!
Art collector Charles Saatchi creates an online hangout for artists
Art in the News
Art That is Truly Underground
Art, from the outside looking in
Artworks that survived Hitler
Back in the saddle!
Barcelona: a feast for the eyes
Children’s drawings document a tragedy
Christmas at the Cloisters
Color: the infinite magician
Doug Higgins: Attracting the Viewer's Eye
Download Free Images
Experiencing the Sistine Chapel One Pixel at a Time
Fakes and forgeries -- the bane of curators everywhere
Famous Artists Course Becomes Creative Art Course
FAS Alumnus: Andries Hartholt
FAS graduate reflects on her experience
FAS Student Selling Her Works
For want of a nail...
From Murder and Mayhem to Art
Hands across the ocean
Hanoi's exciting art scene
Happy Birthday Leonardo
Hard nut to crack
In Case of Emergency - Smash Glass and Grab the Rubens
In Memoriam -- Bernie Fuchs
In the eye of the beholder...
Joan Miró -- the quintessential Catalan artist
Job oppportunity for freelance artists
Letter from the Editor
Mark English talks about Norman Rockwell
Microsavings Helps Dressmaker in Kenya
Monet, Father of Modernism?
Museums Pick Up Where Dating Sites Leave Off?
New museum for an ancient city
One Hundred Years of Illustration
Paintings So Good You Want to Eat Them
Photos from a land "south of the clouds"
Picasso and Degas
Picasso at the Met (video)
Picasso, Miró, and Dalí -- the Catalan connection
Praise from a Student
Record Museum Attendance for Graffiti Exhibition
Robert Heindel -- a "latter-day Degas"
Room with a Virtual View
Satire at the MOMA
Scientific proof for what we already knew: art makes us happy!
Small Changes Can Be Radical Shifts
Solving complex problems with simple designs
Sports are good for the body, Art is good for the mind
The Art Of Discipline
The extravagant art of Salvador Dalí
The Ghost in the Photograph
The MOMA & Technology
The sincerest form of flattery?
The Wild World of YouTube
Utilizing New Technology for Art Education
Visiting Montmartre with Toulouse-Lautrec as guide
Volunteer Opportunity for Artists & Art Educators
Walker Art Center welcomes art-loving bloggers
What Would Bruegel Think?
What's in your attic?
White House Displays Evocative Rockwell Painting
Yukiko Tsushima Exhibition in NYC
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