This is the grave of Albert Bierstadt. Born in Solingen, Germany in 1830, in 1831, Bierstadt’s family immigrated to New Bedford, Massachusetts. He was a talent artist from the time he was young.
This is the grave of Jervis McEntee. Born in 1828 in Rondout, New York, McEntee received the modern equivalent of a high school education at the Clinton Liberal Institute in Clinton, New York, finishi
This is the grave of Piet Mondrian. Pieter Mondriaan was born in 1872 in the Netherlands, only changing his name slightly in the late 1900s. I am the first person to admit that I don’t know too
In the Gilded Age, nearly everything was considered a private good to be horded by the rich in their ridiculous mansions. After the Gilded Age, the rise of the idea of the public good meant, among man
Creative news from yours truly: my essay on (accidentally) queer alien sex in big bucks science fiction media has been published in the debut issue of the new feminist punk rock art magazine VENUS. Th
This is the grave of LeRoy Neiman. Born in 1921 in St. Paul, Minnesota, Neiman had a rough upbringing. His father walked out when he was young. His mother married and divorced and then married again.
A good rundown of the WPA Federal Art Project, which is also a reminder that government can actually do good things for people when it is not run by fascists. Share
The GOP once again proves itself as the party of true debate and open ideas. None of that POLITICAL CORRECTNESS here. See Duncan Hunter, last seen using campaign dollars to fly his pet rabbit, which l