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Art Blog for Creative Living: Story Quilts @thebrucemuseum New York City Tourism, New York City Museums, New York Travel, New York Activities, Art Blog, Quilts, Sewing, Creative, Pictures

Story Quilts @thebrucemuseum | Schulman Art

You see that “painting”? Well, it’s not a painting. It’s a quilt by Dawn Williams Boyd titled “La Croix De Guerre” picturing the Harlem Hellfighters who fought along the French in World War I. The artist carefully chose assorted fabrics with different gray values to look like a painting. The quilt even includes an antique ... Read More about Story Quilts @thebrucemuseum

Best place to meet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City Tourism, New York City Museums, New York Travel, New York Activities, Metropolitan Museum, Art Blog, Journey, Meet, Places

Best place to meet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art | Schulman Art

It is with a little trepidation that I share one of my favorite tricks for avoiding crowds at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Because if everyone finds out, well then, maybe it might get a little more crowded. But after struggling to find pictures and descriptions online to show you this favorite meeting spot, ... Read More about Best place to meet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Under the Influence: John Singer Sargent New York City Tourism, New York City Museums, New York Travel, New York Activities, Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, Under The Influence, Art Blog, Portraits

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The two artists that have had the greatest influence over my portraits are John Singer Sargent and Mary Cassatt. Today, I am going to turn the spot light on Sargent as I have just revisited some of these influential portraits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can see them as well until October ... Read More about Under the Influence: John Singer Sargent

Hands: The Second Portrait New York City Tourism, New York City Museums, New York Travel, New York Activities, Crayon Crafts, Singer Sargent, Art Blog, Read More, Two By Two

Hands: The Second Portrait | Schulman Art

Hands are often called the second portrait and for good reason. It is not a surprise that an artist that values her hands above all body parts (except maybe our eyes) would notice others’ hands. The hands are a source of self-expression. We often refer to people who talk “with their hands.” Read on to ... Read More about Hands: The Second Portrait

Hands: The Second Portrait New York City Tourism, New York City Museums, New York Travel, New York Activities, Painting Techniques, Art Blog, Two By Two, Portraits, Hands

Hands: The Second Portrait | Schulman Art

Hands are often called the second portrait and for good reason. It is not a surprise that an artist that values her hands above all body parts (except maybe our eyes) would notice others’ hands. The hands are a source of self-expression. We often refer to people who talk “with their hands.” Read on to ... Read More about Hands: The Second Portrait

New York Art Gallery Guide: Lower East Side and Chinatown New York Activities, New York City Museums, Unique Date Ideas, York Art Gallery, Teen Wall Art, New York Galleries, Lower East Side, New York Art, Unique Wall Art

The 9 Best Art Galleries In NYC's Lower East Side and Chinatown

Many people associate New York's gallery scene with Chelsea. But galleries on the Lower East Side have established themselves in their own right since they began appearing in the early aughts. We've put together a few of our favorites—map included.

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10 Best Small Museums in New York City

If you've already visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art, plan a visit to one of New York City's smaller museums, which pack a lot of history and culture into modest spaces.

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NYC: MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was founded in 1929 and is often recognized as the most influential museum of modern art in the world. Over the course of the next ten years, the Museum moved three times into progressively larger temporary quarters, and in 1939 finally opened the doors of its midtown home, located on 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in midtown. MoMA's holdings include more than 150,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and…

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The Frick Collections Gardens

The Frick Collection is a house museum that includes an indoor Garden Court and two outdoor gardens. The Fifth Avenue garden has existed since the building was

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Fully Booked

The New York architect does a close reading of the Morgan Library's lofty design.