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An Angel Inside

I've read that Michelangelo, the great sculptor and painter, was pushing a heavy rock up a small incline to his work area so that he could do some ...


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The Kiss of Encouragement

Painter Benjamin West tells how he loved to paint as a youngster. When his mother left, he would pull out the oils and try to paint. One day he pulled ...


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Lovers Understand

Illustrator/painter Gustave Dore, one of the patron saints of the DreamWorks team of Spielberg/Katzenberg/Geffen, was handed a painting of Jesus just ...


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Beethoven Writes Great Music Though Deaf

Widely regarded as the greatest composer ever, Beethoven began losing his hearing at age 31 and was completely deaf 16 years later.

As he became more ...


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Artist Obsessed with Painting Christ

Early in the 20th century, French painter Georges Rouault gave people a new way to see Jesus. Using layer upon layer of luminous colors and bold black ...


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"Mona Lisa Smile": Complexity in a Box

In Mona Lisa Smile, Katherine Ann Watson (Julia Roberts) is a young, single teacher in the 1950s who dreamed of teaching at Wellesley College, the prestigious ...


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Rodin Was Thinking About Hell

A friend encouraged author Neil Cole to tour the Rodin museum while in France. Reflecting on Rodin's most famous work, Cole writes,

Rodin was a French ...

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True Artists Require Passion

People who don't care one way or another aren't artists. Artists who "can take or leave it" don't create much art. The prerequisite ...


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Counterfeiter Misused Artistic Talents

As a counterfeiter, Emanuel Ninger is legendary. When arrested on March 28, 1896, The New York Times reported that a search of the suspect turned up $244.25 ...


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Rembrandt's Vision Defect Enhanced His Ability

Researchers suggest that the 17th-century Dutch master Rembrandt may have suffered from a vision condition that contributed to his success. After analyzing ...


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