In a new book, fifteen major contemporary authors respond to Linden Frederick’s series of nocturnal paintings of small Maine towns.
Matisse in the Studio, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is the first exhibit to focus specifically on Matisse’s objects and how they influenced his art making.
The artist painted the rocks and coves of Appledore Island so realistically, they could be identified more than a century later.
As she became a commercial success, Grandma Moses was tagged an “outsider” artist — but she emerged “inside” the art world, among modernists.
SALEM, Mass. — When Europeans first tasted sugar during the Crusades, they immediately begged for more.