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mix and match tradition

When a Latin-American artist sculpted the Man on Horseback, one might reasonably expect either a political paean or a stinging satire. Yet neither is the case with the barrel-chested, four-wheeled steed somberly mounted by both George Washington and Simon Bolivar, … Continue reading

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When Disney‘s Mary Blair was working to design ”Its a Small World” for the 1964-65 World’s Fair in New York, she was up to date and well aware with the art and design trends of the era, and was able … Continue reading

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