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Ep. 49 – Picasso and Drawing

Drawing serves as a vital thread connecting artist Pablo Picasso’s entire body of work. Christopher Lloyd – former Surveyor of The Queen’s Pictures in the British Royal Collection – talks to George Miller about Picasso’s drawings, tracing the artist’s lifelong achievement as a draughtsman. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Soundcloud

The Joys of Being a Natural History Artist

Debby Kaspari— I’m a natural history artist, and try to draw and paint from living animals whenever possible. Some of what I do in the field might turn out to be finished art, and some of it will become raw material for studio works. But making the art is only

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Aubrey Beardsley, Oscar Wilde and Salome

Linda Gertner Zatlin– Artistic Collaboration The association of Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) and Oscar Wilde (1864-1900) on the English edition and drawings for Wilde’s play Salome was arguably the most significant art and literary collaboration of the last third of the nineteenth century. Written in French Salome had originally been published

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Shape Up: Understanding Cubism with Picasso and Braque

“I continue to enjoy looking at Cubist pictures as much as I ever did, but I have come increasingly to realize that I do not really understand them, and I am not sure that anyone else does either,” wrote art historian John Golding in 1959. Considering that comes from Cubism:

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