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  • Sartle School of Art History: De Stijl
    This year de Stijl turns 100! A glorious year for primary color fetishists. Well… if you live in the Netherlands that is. The art movement never got much momentum outside of the country, apart from Piet Mondrian being kind of a big deal in 1940s’ Manhattan. This unfortunately means the red-yellow-blue festivities are basically limited to the lowlands.   How it all began. Artist, writer, poet...
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  • Every day is Leg Day at the Legion of Honor
    “You get what you get,” Sarah Lucas hurriedly blurts out when passed the nearly inaudible, booming microphone at the preview of her first major U.S. exhibition, Good Muse, on view at the Legion of Honor until September 17th. In case you’ve been there done that with Degas, Manet, and fancy hats, you can take a refreshing dip into Lucas’ playful private parts, all for the price of general admissio...
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  • Drag Queens Do Art History
    As any rabid fan of Ru Paul’s Drag Race will tell you, the competing queens are Artists with a capital A. Between making their own costumes, doing hilarious celebrity impressions, learning complicated dance routines and perfecting Whitney Houston lip syncs, these are the real Renaissance men. (Suck it, da Vinci!) In honor of last week’s finale, and of course for Mother Ru, we’ve compiled all th...
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  • Hamilton vs. Burr
    Portrait of Alexander Hamilton by John Trumbull at Washington University Law School // Portrait of Aaron Burr by Gilbert Stuart at the New Jersey Historical Society   Some of you have heard the kids talking about a little 11 time Tony Award Winning Musical “Hamilton” that tells the tale of the man who founded our National Bank. For those who don’t know the musical (seriously? Do you live under ...
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  • Drag Queens Do Art History
    As any rabid fan of Ru Paul’s Drag Race will tell you, the competing queens are Artists with a capital A. Between making their own costumes, doing hilarious celebrity impressions, learning complicated dance routines and perfecting Whitney Houston lip syncs, these are the real Renaissance men. (Suck it, da Vinci!) In honor of last week’s finale, and of course for Mother Ru, we’ve compiled all th...
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  • Smell the Roses at the Asian Art Museum's Flower Power Exhibit
    The lovely people at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco recently invited Sartle for an early preview of their new exhibit, Flower Power. This original exhibition of striking cross-cultural Asian artwork, which is on view until October 1st, leaves most with a deeper understanding of symbolic interpretations of flowers in art and a select few with a brand new Zyrtec prescription. Focusing in...
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  • Hats Off! to the Legion of Honor
    You’ll want to come dressed to impressed because the Mad Hatter has made a visit to the Legion of Honor. Just in case Urs Fischer accidentally shocked your hat off while you were perusing the Legion’s classic collection, you should head downstairs to the Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade exhibition to check out some worthy replacements. (And then realize just how inferior your ...
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  • Art History Game
    womeninarthistory: I have some free time today! Send me a message of your favorite artist, and I’ll send you a the name of an artist I think you might like!  *I also turned my anon for a couple of hours if you don’t feel comfortable messaging me! How fun! Go message @womeninarthistory for new/alternate artist recommendations. 
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  • Guide to Your Best Summer Beach Bod
    Well folks, it’s that time of year again. The sun is high in the sky and shimmering in ways we haven’t seen in months, except for in the occasional impressionist painting. Time to whip out the slip ‘n’ slide (actually, those are always a bad idea), put away all the sweaters and jackets that take up far too much room in your closet, and bring the shorts out of hibernation to enjoy some good ol’ s...
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  • Marriage, Italian Renaissance Style: Say Aye to the Dress!
    It’s June again (the onset of wedding season), so I’m reviving Sarah‘s wedding-themed blog series “Til Death Do Us Art,” with a how-to guide on how to get married in the Italian Renaissance! If you’re unfamiliar with the time period check out Amanda’s post covering everything you’ll need to know. Renaissance fairs remain a popular source of amusement for Game of Thrones enthusiasts, those who...
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  • The Three Best and Worst Fathers in Art History
    Who on this list got kitschy ties? Happy Father’s Day! It’s that special time of year again where the hard-working dads in our lives get the appreciation and Home Depot gift card they’ve always wanted. Alright - so I personally suck at gift giving when it comes to my dad, but who could blame me? At twenty-three years old, no amount of fine top-ramen cuisine or round trip tickets to Kentucky on ...
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  • blakegopnik: A Newly Discovered Warhol Reveals His Modern...
    blakegopnik: A Newly Discovered Warhol Reveals His Modern Roots THE DAILY PIC (#1811): As far as I know, there are all of two living souls who have seen this photo of a lost painting by Andy Warhol: Me, and University of Pittsburgh art historian Alex Taylor, who shared it with me after digging it up during his PhD research. Oh, right—and now it’s known to everyone reading this post. It was pu...
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  • whitneymuseum: Joseph Stella—one of the first American artists...
    whitneymuseum: Joseph Stella—one of the first American artists to glorify the new technologies of urban modernity—was born today in 1877. See more of the artist’s work in Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1900–1960.  Joseph Stella (1877–1946), Luna Park, c. 1913. Oil on composition board, 17 ½ × 23 ½ in. (44.5 × 59.7 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Gift of Mrs....
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  • UnFound Artwork
    One thing art teachers never tell you in school is that sometimes the next best thing to a museum is an attic. Why? Because when someone does discover it (or steal it, same thing), it becomes a huge deal. Like, Buzzfeed homepage huge. The trick is that, the weirder the place you hide your artwork, the more famous your art will get. Your being dead or disappearing mysteriously will also help a bi...
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  • Important conversations at the de Young
    You can be part of it right now with the opening of the groundbreaking exhibition, Revelations: Art from the African American South on view until April 1, 2018. Once again, the de Young is soaring to new and exciting heights in both their exhibitions and comprehensive collection of American Art (we get it already— you’re great). We’re not really complaining though, because what they’ve cooked u...
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  • Sartle School of Art History: The Italian Renaissance
    Bigger, Badder, and More Realistic If you like hot bods, ugly babies, and myths, then you might have just found your new favorite art movement. Class is in session so sit down while we take you through the wild and crazy time known as the Italian Renaissance. The Renaissance might not have had to replace the Middle Ages if the actual historical period were as cool and fun as Medieval Times, ...
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  • Art History Icons Tell Millennials How to Buy a House
    Adapted from Lunch by Wayne Thiebaud at the de Young Museum. Recently, millionaire real estate magnate Tim Gurner gave some helpful advice to millennials. If you want to afford a house, stop eating avocado toast and drinking coffee. As with many young people, this bit of street-smart savvy (the street being Rodeo Drive) changed my life. Who knew it was so simple!   To get more such gems of wor...
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  • Brotherly Love: The Story of Vincent & Theo van Gogh
    Nothing beats having a brother. Knowing you have a partner in crime is essential in order to fully take advantage of all the shenanigans that childhood affords you, and brothers just always seem ready to get down and dirty. I know my childhood would have been much blander without constantly being the victim my brother’s endless schemes, as scarring (literally) as they may have been. In honor of al...
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  • 5 times Twin Peaks was Inspired by Art History
    *** SPOILER ALERT*** Haven’t watched s01 & s02 or read the secret diary? You might not want to read any further.It’s happening again tonight! We all know who killed Laura Palmer, but finally after years and YEARS of waiting, we will finally find out what happened to Agent Coop. Or well, I hope we will, sometime, in the upcoming weeks. Tonight’s episode will be a two!-hour season premiere that kick...
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  • Sartle School of Art History: Impressionism
    Impressionism at a Glance: You Mean Those Smudges Are Intentional?Flowers, street scenes, and prostitutes; Impressionism has truly got it all. But were these guys just a bunch of hacks, or is there more to all of this? One of the most rebellious movements in Western art history, the Impressionists were pretty radical for their time. They broke all the rules and pissed a lot of people off, and for ...

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