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Charles Émile Champmartin’s unflinching painting of the 32-year-old artist pays tribute to his life, as well as his death.

Her ?Celebration,? at the Cleveland Museum of Art, is a prime example of her talent.

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We are all conscious of, among other things, how many children have been separated from their educators.


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The work, attributed to the workshop of Robert Campin and on view at the Cloisters in New York, happens to be one of the greatest early Netherlandish paintings in America.

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The French master was looking back to Giotto, and over his shoulder at Picasso, when he painted this radical masterpiece, now on view in St. Louis.

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Faith Ringgold's masterpiece is just as violent and uncomfortable as the race riots it references.

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This painter took part in one of the most famous exhibitions in history. Why haven't we heard of him?

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It's one of the most original self-portraits ever painted. And, yes, it's a lot of yellow.

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'Girl Arranging Her Hair' had been acquired in a swap with its maker

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The Impressionist painted arguably the most beautiful brush stroke in the history of art, and you can see it in Pittsburgh.

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'Harriet and Leon' slyly captures a time and place without being pretentious.

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"White Burning Car III" is key to making sense of his sunnier works.

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Photographer Helen Levitt's "New York, 1988" is an intimate snapshot of big-city life.

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Gerhard Richter's "Betty" is arguably the most famous painting by the most influential artist alive.

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Painted more than three centuries ago, Gerrit Dou's "Dog at Rest" seems uncannily alive

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Kerry James Marshall's "Untitled (policeman)" at MoMA shines a light on race.

Antoine Vollon's "Mound of Butter" is a cult favorite at the National Gallery.

Alice Neel's captivating double portrait "Two Girls in Spanish Harlem" makes deep, human connections.

Wayne Thiebaud’s “Sunset Street” is a seductive vision of California.

The post-impressionist keeps us grounded with “A Pair of Boots.”

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