Art Index

What follows are lists of links to posts containing the artwork indexed by artist, grouped as follows:

1. Structures, Sculpture and Other Three-Dimensional Art
2. Paintings
3. Prints and Drawings
4. Photographs
5. Stills from Film and Set Designs

Following these five groups of media is a listing of links to

Reviews of Art Shows and Exhibitions

An asterisk (*) indicates that the post contains extended comments about the work or artist. In general the medium, ownership and other details are found in the caption on the linked posts.

Structures, Sculpture and Other Three-Dimensional Art

Giovanni Acquaviva (1900–1971)

“Fascism Futurism” (“Fascsmo Futurismo”) from Life of Marinetti (Vita di Marinetti] (1939).

Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680)

Ecstacy of Saint Teresa (1652).

Umberto Boccioni (1882–1916)

Antigraceful (Antigrazioso) (1913).*

Le Corbusier (1887–1965)

Philips Pavillion by the office of Le Corbusier (1958).

Fortunato Depero (1892–1980)

From a Series of 8 rhinoceros (Serie di n. 8 rinoceronti) (1923).*

Donatello (ca. 1386–1466)

Judith and Holofernes (ca. 1457–64).*

Henri Matisse (1869–1954)

Jeannette I (modeled 1910, cast 1953); Jeannette II (modeled 1910, cast 1952); Jeannette III (modeled 1911, cast 1966); Jeannette IV (modeled 1911, cast 1954); Jeannette V (modeled 1913, cast 1954).*

André Waterkeyn (1917–2005)

Atomium (1958).


Bronze statue of Comte de Frontenac at Quebec Parliament Building (1886).


Hendrick van Balen (1574 or 75–1632)

Abundance with the Four Elements [with Jan Brueghel the Elder] (1615).*

Giocomo Balla (1871–1958)

Street Light (Lampada ad arco) (ca. 1910).*

The Hand of the Violinist (The Rhythms of the Bow) (La mano del violinist (I ritimi dell’archetto) (1912).*

Speeding Car  (Velocità d’automobile) (1913).*

Paths of Movement + Dynamic Sequences (Linee andamentali + succession dinamiche) (1913).*

Numbers in Love (Numeri innamorati) (1920–23).*

Benedetta (Benedetta Cappa Marinetti) (1897–1977)

Synthesis of Radio Communications (Sintesi delle comunicazioni radiofoniche) (1933–34).*

Anne Whelan Betts (1873–1959)

This Maid of Forty Years Ago (ca. 1903).*

Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902)

Study for Sunlight and Shadows (1855).*

Autumn in the Conway Meadows Looking toward Mount Washington (1858).*

View near Newport (1859).*

Sunlight and Shadows (1862).*

Mount Ascutney from Claremont, New Hampshire (1862).*

The Bombardment of Fort Sumter (1863?).*

Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak (1863).*

Among the Sierra Nevada, California (1868).*

Connecticut River Valley, Claremont, New Hampshire (1868).*

Mount Corcoran (1876–77).*

Autumn Woods (1886).*

Walter Biggs (1886–1968)

Of the two, it was he who clung, she who sustained (1932).*

Umberto Boccioni (1882–1916)

Simultaneous Visions (Visioni simultanee) (1911).*

Head + House + Light (Testa + casa + luce) (1913).*

I Want to Fix Human Forms in Movement, Dynamic Scomposizione (Voglio fissare le forme umane in movimento, scomposizione dinamica) (1913).*

Dynamism of a Cyclist (Dinamismo di un ciclista) (1913).*

Portrait of Ferruccio Busoni (1916).

Sandro Botticelli (ca. 1444–1510)

Madonna of the Loggia (ca. 1467).*

Madonna of the Book (ca. 1479).*

Portrait of a Young Man Wearing a Mazzochio (ca. 1480).*

Saint Augustine in his Study (ca. 1480).*

The Three Graces, a detail of Primavera (ca. 1482).*

Pallas and the Centaur (ca. 1482).*

Venus by Sandro Botticelli and workshop (1484–90).*

The Judgment of Paris by Sandro Botticelli and workshop (ca. 1485–88).*

Saint Augustine in his Study (ca. 1490–94).*

Enthroned Virgin and Child with St. Sebastian, St Lawrence, St John the Evangelist and St. Roch by Sandro Botticelli or student (ca. 1495–1500).*

Painted Crucifix (ca. 1496–97).*

Madonna and Child with the Infant St. John (ca. 1500).*

Madonna and Child (ca. 1500).*

Adoration of the Magi (ca. 1500).*

The Mystic Crucifixion (Magdalene at the Foot of the Cross or Crucifixion with the Penitent Magdalene and Angel) (ca. 1500).*

Saint Zenobius Heals the Sick and Raises the Dead (1500–10).*

Austin Briggs (1908–1973)

Emily supplemented her husband’s meager income by getting herself modeling jobs (1948).*

Ford Madox Brown (1821–1893)

King Rene’s Honeymoon (1864).*

Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568–1625)

Abundances with the Four Elements [with Hendrick van Balen] (1615).*

Sight and Smell [with others] (ca. 1620).*

Alessandro Bruschetti (1910–1980)

Fascist Synthesis (Sintesi fascista) (1935).*

Carlo Carrà (1881–1966)

Leaving the Theater (L’uscita da teatro) (ca. 1910).*

Juan Carreño (1614–1685)

Saint Sebastian (1617–19).*

Pruett Alexander Carter (1891–1955)

[Love Scene] (ca. early 1940s).*

William Merritt Chase (1849–1916)

Boy Smoking (The Apprentice) (1875).*

“Keying Up”–The Court Jester (1875).*

Unexpected Intrusion (The Turkish Page) (1876).*

Ready for the Ride (1877).*

Venice (1877).*

In Venice (ca. 1877).*

Tenth Street Studio (1880).*

Tenth Street Studio (ca. 1880–81 and ca. 1910).*

In the Studio (ca. 1881 or 1882).*

The Inner Studio, Tenth Street (1882).*

I Think I am Ready Now (The Mirror, The Pink Dress) (ca. 1883).*

Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler (1883).*

A Bit of Holland Meadows (A Bit of Green in Holland) (1883).*

An Idle Moment (At Her Ease or Study of a Young Girl) (ca. 1884).*

At the Shore (1884).*

Coast of Holland (1884).

End of the Season (ca. 1884 or 1885).

James Abbott MacNeill Whistler (1885).*

Meditation (ca. 1886).*

May I Come In? (1886).*

Washing Day: A Back Yard Reminiscence of Brooklyn (1886).*

(Additional note.)

A City Park (ca. 1887).*

Tompkins Park, Brooklyn (1887).*

My Baby Cosy (1888).*

Portrait of Mrs. C (Alice Gerson Chase) (ca. 1890–95).*

Park Bench (ca. 1890).*

The Japanese Doll (ca. 1890).*

Lydia Field Emmet (ca. 1892).*

At the Seaside (ca. 1892).*

Shinnecock Studio Interior (1892).*

Flying Clouds (1892).*

Hall at Shinnecock (1892).*

An Artist’s Wife (A Study) (1892).*

Portrait of Mrs. C. (Lady with a White Shawl) (1893).*

Untitled (Shinnecock Landscape) (ca. 1895).*

The Lone Fisherman (ca. 1895).*

Two of My Children (At Play) (ca. 1895).*

Seaside Flowers (ca. 1897).*

Mother and Child (First Portrait) (ca. 1888).

Hide and Seek (1888).

The Olive Grove (ca 1911).*

Théodore Chassériau (1819–1856)

Macbeth and Banquo Meeting the Witches on the Heath (1855).

Thomas Child (?–?)

Portrait of Sir William Phips (ca.1687–94).

Frederick Edwin Church (1826–1900)

Meteor (1860).*

Joos van Cleve (1485–1540/41)

Henry VIII (ca. 1535).

Dean Cornwell (1892–1960)

Clancy made her way south across Washington Square (1920).*

Tulio Crali (1910–2000)

Before the Parachute Opens (Prima che si aprs il paracadute) (1939).*

Jacopo da Sellaio (ca. 1441–1493)

The Story of Psyche (ca. 1480).*

Charles Camille Auguste De Groux (1825–1870)

Le départ du conscrit (“The Conscript’s Departure”) (1869 or 1870).*

Joe De Mers (1910–1984)

Rules kept her from her husband. They couldn’t keep her visitor out. (Two Girls with Still Life.) (ca. 1963).*

Fortunato Depero (1892–1980)

Portrait of Gilbert Clavel (Ritratto di Gilbert Clavel) (1917).*

My Balli Plastici (I Miei Balli Plastici) (1918).*

Stormy Patriot Marinetti: Psychological Portrait (Marinetti temporale patriottico Ritratto psicologica) (1924).*

Skyscrapers and Tunnels (Gratticieli e tunnel) (1930).*

Stevan Dohanos (1907–1994)

Everything that was good and safe and beautiful quit the earth and left him with nothing to hold onto (Heart Broken) (ca. 1944).*

Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528)

The Little Owl (1506).*

Max Ernst (1891–1976)

Hats Make the Man (1920).

Roger Fry (1866–1934)

Facade of Chartres Cathedral (1906).*

Self-Portrait (1928).*

Francesco Furini (1603–1646)

Lot and his Daughters (ca. 1634).*

Ambroise Louis Garneray (1783–1857)

See below for print of Peche de la Balein by Frédéric Martens

Artemisia Gentileschi (1593–1656)

Sleeping Venus (ca. 1625–30).

Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823–1880)

A Coming Storm (1863).*

Juan Gris (1887–1927)

Figure Seated in a Café (1914).

Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri) (1591–1666)

Susannah and the Elders (ca. 1617).*

Luis Gutierrez (1933 – )

PTSD (2008).

Charles Haigh-Wood (1854–1927)

Preparing for the Ball (1896).

Chester Hardin (1792–1866)

Captain William G. Blackler (ca. 1830–35).

Johann Peter Hasenclever (1810–1853)

Evening Society (1859).

Hans Holbein the Younger (ca. 1497–1543)

Portrait of Margaret Wyatt, Lady Lee by Workshop of Hans Holbein the Younger (1540s).

Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1542).

Winslow Homer (1836–1910)

The Sharpshooter (1863).*

Snap the Whip (1872) (two versions).*

Jacob Jordaens (1593–1678)

Marriage of Peleus and Thetis (1636–38).*

Kado (fl. early 20th Century)

Moon Goose (1930).

Arthur Ignatius Keller (1866–1924)

The lady of his heart was his partner in the dance  (ca. 1906).*

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

The Auditorium of the Old Burgtheater (1888).

Filippo Lippi (ca. 1406–1469)

Virgin and Child with Saints, Angels and Donor (ca. 1430s).*

Virgin and Child (ca. 1466–69).*

August Macke (1887–1914)

Russisches Ballett (I) (1912).

René Magritte (1898–1967)

La trahison des images (1928–29).

Edouard Manet (1832–1883)

Irises (1880).*

Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920)

Pierre Reverdy (1915).

Claude Monet (1840–1926)

Tulip Fields at Sassenheim (1886).*

Morning on the Seine in the Rain (1897–98).

Henri Matisse (1869–1954)

Still Life with Peaches (1895).*

Still Life with a Chocolate Pot (1900).*

Still Life with Chocolate Pot (1900–02).*

Bouquet of Flowers in a Chocolate Pot (1902).*

Interior with Young Girl Reading (1905–06).*

Still Life with Plaster Figure (1906).*

Self-Portrait (1906).*

Standing Nude (1906–07).*

Portrait of Marguerite (1906–07).*

Still Life with African Statuette (1907).*

Still Life with Lemons (1914).

Woman on a High Stool (Germaine Raynal) (1914).*

Seated figure in Violet Stockings (1914).*

Lorette with a Cup of Coffee (1917).*

Pewter Jug (1917).*

 Moorish Screen (1921).*

Odalisque with Green Sash (1926).*

Reclining Nude (1927).*

Woman with a Veil (1927).*

Yellow Odalisque (1937).*

Interior in Yellow and Blue (1946).*

Rocaille Chair (1946).*

Red Interior: Still Life on a Blue Table (1947).*

Adolphe Monticelli (1824–1886)

Vase of Flowers (ca. 1875).*

William Vandyke Patten (fl. 1844–1871)

The Temptation of Andrew Marvell (1860).

Antonio del Pollaiolo (1429/1433–1498)

Saint Michael Killing the Dragon (1465 or before).*

Ray Prohaska (1901–1981)

The worst part was telling her father. “Who is the Man?” he asked. “I don’t know,” Lily said. (1942),*

Howard Pyle (1853–1911)

Hosea and the Parson (1904).*

Abraham Lincoln’s Last Day (ca. 1907).*

Guido Reni (1575–1642)

Saint Sebastian (1617–19).*

Jusepe de Ribera (1591–1652)

Saint Sebastian (1617–19).*

Francisco Rizi (1608–1685)

Auto-da-fe on Plaza Mayor, Madrid (1683).

Mercè Rodoreda (1908–1983)

Untitled (ca. 1950 ?).*

Salvator Rosa (1615–1673)

L’ombre de Samuel apparaissant à Saül chez la pythonisse d’Endor (1668).

Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640)

Saint Teresa of Avila’s Vision of the Dove (1612–14).

Rape of Europa [copy of Titian original] (ca. 1628–29).*

Fortuna (1636–38).*

Rape of Hippodamia (1636–38).*

Luigi Russolo (1863–1947)

Suburb-Work (Periferia-lavora) (1910).*

Solidity of Fog (Solidità della nebbia) (1912).*

John Singer Sargent (1856–1925)

Portrait of Carolus-Duran (1879).*

The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit (1882).*

Lady with the Rose (Charlotte Louise Burckhardt) (1882).*

Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose (1885–86).*

The Wyndham Sisters: Lady Elcho, Mrs. Adeane, and Mrs. Tennant (1899).*

Duke of Portland (1901).*

All’Ave Maria (1902–04).*

Mountain Fire (ca. 1903).*

The Bridge of Sighs (ca. 1903–04).*

Melon Boats (ca. 1905).*

Bedouin Mother (1905–06).*

Dolce Far Niente (1907).*

Gourds (1908).*

Pomegranates (1908).*

Edward Darley Boit (1908).*

White Ships (ca. 1908).*

Corfu: A Rainy Day (1909).*

Corfu: Lights and Shadows (1909).*

Val d’Aosta (A Stream over Rocks) (ca. 1909).*

Florence Torre Galli (1910).*

Torre Galli, Wine Bags (1910).*

Daphne (1910).*

La Blancheria (1910).*

Carrara: The Quarry I (1911).*

Carrara: Marmo Statuario (1911).*

The Master and his Pupils (1914).*

Synagogue (installed 1919).*

Jakob Seisenegger (1505–1567)

Emperor Charles V with Hound (1532).

Gino Severini (1883–1966)

Memories of a Trip (Souvenirs de voyage) (1911).*

Blue Dancer (Ballerina blu) (1912).*

Spherical Expansion of Light (Centripetal and Centrifugal) (Expansion sphérique de la lumière (Centripède et centrifuge)) (ca. 1914).*

Canons in Action (Cannoni in azione) (1915).*

Charlotte Eliot Smith (1874–1926)

Portrait of T.S. Eliot (ca. 1900–01).

Tintoretto (Jacopo Comin) (1518–1594)

Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife (ca. 1555).*

Domenico Tintoretto (1560–1635)

Lady Revealing Her Breast (ca. 1580–90).*

Titian (Tiziano Vecelli) (ca. 1488–1576)

Philip II (1549–50).*

Venus with Organist and Cupid (ca. 1550–55).*

Rape of Europa [copy by Rubens] (ca. 1628–29).*

J.M.W. Turner (1775–1851)

Fishermen at Sea (ca. 1792).*

The Wreck of a Transport Ship (ca. 1810).*

Margate from the Sea: Whiting Fishing (1822.)*

Von Tromp’s Shallop at the Entrance of the Scheldt (1832).*

Wreckers–Coast of Northumberland, with a Steam-Boat Assisting a Ship off Shore (1834).*

Waves Breaking on a Lee Shore at Margate (ca. 1835).*

Regulus (1828; reworked 1837).*

The Whale on Shore (ca. 1837).*

Ancient Italy—Ovid Banished from Rome (1838).*

Slavers Throwing Overboard the Dead and the Dying (1840).*

Snow Storm—Steam-baoy off a Harbour’s Mouth (1842).*

Peace—Burial at Sea (1842).*

Figures on a Beach (ca. 1840–45).*

Whalers (1845).*

Whalers (The Whale Ship) (1845).*

Dark Clouds over the Sea, possibly near Boulogne (1845).*

Hurrah! for the Whaler Erebus! Another Fish!’ (1846).*

Whalers (Boiling Blubber) Entangled in Flaw Ice, Endeavouring to Extricate Themselves (1846).*

Angel standing in the Sun (1846).*

The Hero of a Hundred Fights (ca. 1800–10, reworked 1847).*

Vincent Van Gogh (1853–1890)

Roots or Study of a Tree (1882).*

Landscape with a Stack of Peat and Farmhouses (1883).

The Parsonage Garden in the Snow (1884–85).*

Vase with Honesty (1884–85).

Birds’ Nests (1885).*

Poplars Near Nuenen (1885).*

Sheaves of Wheat (1885).*

The Hill of Montmartre with Stone Quarry (1886).*

Terrace in the Luxembourg Gardens (1886).*

Still Life with Bouquet of Daisies (1886).*

Still Life with Carnations and Other Flowers (1886).*

Impreial Crown Fritillaries in Copper Vase (1887).*

Le Père Tanguy (1887).*

Montmartre: Windmills and Allotments (1887).*

Trees in a Field on a Sunny Day (1887).*

Undergrowth (1887).*

The Sower (1888).*

Entrance to the Public Gardens in Arles (1888).*

Farmhouse in Provence (1888).*

Starry Night Over the Rhone (1888).*

Reminiscence of Garden at Etten (1888).*

Hospital at Saint-Rémy (1889).*

Fir Trees at Sunset (1889).*

Dandelions (1889).*

Olive Trees (1889).*

The Starry Night (1889).*

A Wheatfield with Cypresses (1889).*

Giant Peacock Moth (1889).*

Undergrowth (1889).*

Cottages at Sunset (Reminiscence of Brabant) (1890).*

Wheat Fields with Reaper, Auvers (1890).*

Green Wheat Fields, Auvers (1890).*

Auvers—Rain (1890).*

Diego Velázquez (1599–1660)

Philip IV (1653–55).*

Robert Walker (1599–1658)

Thomas Fairfax and Daughter Mary (1645).

Laura Wheeler Waring (1887–1948)

Jessie Fauset (1945).

M. Coburn Whitmore (1913–1988)

“Restrain,” Regan cried. “I’m tired of restraint. There’s more to love than waiting, Bill.” (1946).

N.C. Wyeth (1862–1945)

One More Step, Mr. Hands, ” said I, “and I’ll Blow Your Brains Out.”  (1911).*

Rudolph Zallinger (1919–1995)

Age of Reptiles [detail] (1947).

Růžena Zátková (1885–1923)

Marinetti (1921).*

Francisco de Zurbarán (1598–1664)

Hercules Defeats King Geryon (1634–35).*

Hercules and the Hydra (1634–35).*


Henry VIII (1509).

Richard Baxter, after Robert White (1670).

William Stoughton (ca. 1700).

William Lloyd Garrison (ca. 1855).

Prints and Drawings

Umberto Boccioni (1882–1916)

Cartoon showing the reaction to the serata at the Politeanma Chiarella, Turin (1910).*

Study of a Bottle and Building Blocks (Table + Bottle + Building Block) (Studio di bottiglia e casement (Tavola + bottiglia + caseggiato)) (1912).

Georges Braque (1882–1963)

Untitled illustration (“Nordsud”) for Reverdy’s Les Adoises du Toit (1918).

Jörg Breu the Younger (ca. 1510–1547)

Feat of arms tournament in Worms in 1487 from Paulus Hector Maier, Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica II.

Edwin Buckman (1841–1930)

People Waiting for Ration Tickets in Paris (1870).*

Francesco Cangiullo (1884–1977) and Pasqualino Cangiullo (1900–1977)

Marinetti Injured (Marinetti ferito) (1917).*

Carlo Carrà (1881–1966)

Sun of Idiocy (8 Types of Idiotic Criticism) (Sole d’imbecillità (8 tipi di critica imbecille)) (1914).*

Felix O.C. Darley (1822–1888)

From Illustrations of Rip Van Winkle (1848).*

Fortunato Depero (1892–1980)

Mystical Silence (Silenzio mistico) (1917).*

Gustave Doré (1932–1883)

The Judgment of Solomon (1866).

José López Enguidanos (1751–1812)

Fr. Gerónimo Gracián (1791).

William Faithorne (“the Elder”) (1616–1691)

Joseph Glanvill (1681).

Carlos Hermosilla (1905–1991)

Mistral (date unknown)

Samuel Hollyer (1826–1919)

Walt Whitman, engraving of a daguerreotype by Gabriel Harrison (1854).

Winslow Homer (1836–1910)

Inauguration of Lincoln (1861).

Snap the Whip (1873).*

 Jacobus Houbraken (1698–1780)

Thomas Cromwell (1539 or before).

William Huggins (1781–1845)

South Sea Whale Fishery (1839).*

Eastman Johnson (1824–1906)

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1846).

Kathe Kollwitz (1867–1945)

Poverty (1893–94).

Edward LaGarde (fl. 1870s)

Engraving of Homer’s Snap the Whip (1873).*

Jenny von Laßberg (neé von Droste zu Hülshoff) (1795–1859)

Annette von Droste-Hülshoff (1846).

William James Linton (1812–1897)

Boats Attacking Whales (1839).*

Alexander Mair (ca. 1562–1617)

Job (ca. 1605).

Frédéric Martens (1809–1875)

Peche de la Balein (after Ambroise Louis Garneray) (1834–35).*

Henri Matisse (1869–1954)

Still Life with Chocolate Pot (1900).*

Still Life and Heron Studies (1900).*

The Large Woodcut (1906).*

Portrait of Sergei Shchukin (1912).*

Reclining Nude (1949).*

Large Face (Mask) (1952).*

Acrobat (1952).*

Thomas Nast (1840–1902)

3 cartoon concerning Lincoln’s incognito arrival in Washington (1861).

Francisco Pacheco (1564–1644)

El Maestro Frai Luis de León (1599).

Howard Pyle (1853–1911)

“… Tom heard the sound of another blow, and then a groan …” (ca. 1891).*

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828–1892)

Christina Rossetti (ca. 1866).

Gino Severini (1883–1966)

Nature mort (1920).*

Andries Jacobsz Stock (1580–1648)

Vanitas with Death and a Maiden (1620–21).

J. Thurston (? – ?)

Sir Thomas Wyatt, engraved by W.H Worthinton after a drawing by Hans Holbein in the Buckingham Library (1868 or before).

Jacob Jan van der Maaten (1820–1879)

Going to Church for the Last Time (The Funeral in the Cornfield) (1862),*

Vincent Van Gogh (1853–1890)

Marsh with Water Lilies (1881).*

The Swamp (1881).*

Men Digging (1882).*

Sorrow (1882).*

Winter Garden (1883).*

Winter Garden (1884).*

The Potato Eaters (1885).*

Giant Peacock Moth (1889).*

Dead Sparrows (1889–90).*

Man Digging and a Landscape with Cypresses (1889).*


Physicians treating syphilis with mercury: woodcut (ca. 1498).

The description and manner of the burning of Paister Wylliam Tyndall: woodcut from Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1563).

Witches before Scottish King: woodcut from James Rx, Demonologie (1597).

Frederik Paludan-Müller:  engraving (after 1849 painting by Constantin Hansen) (1902 or before).


Walter Astrada (1974 – )

Congolese women fleeing to Goma (2010).

Charles Bierstadt (1819–1903).

Charles Bierstadt (1861).

Nina Berman (1960 – )

Marine Wedding (2006).*

George N. Bernard (1819–1902)

Charleston, S.C. (1865).*

Gustav Borgen (1865–1926)

Henrik Ibsen (1898).

Mathew Brady (1822–1896)

Lincoln confronts McClellan after Antietam (1862).*

Anton Giulio Bragaglia (1890–1960)

Waving (1911).*

Brassaï (Gyula Halász) (1899–1984)

Group portrait with Picasso (1944).

Robert Capa (1913–1954)

Death of a Loyalist Militiaman, Córdoba Front (1936).

Ghislain and Marie David de Lossy (? –  )

Palokärki (2011).*

Sisso (2012).*

Snipe (2012).*

Mochuelo M (2013).*

Edmund Engelmund (1908–2000)

Freud’s consulting room at Berggasse 19, Vienna (1938).

Walker Evans (1903–1975)

Hart Crane (ca. 1930).

Roger Fenton (1819–1869)

Roger Fenton’s Photographic Van (ca. 1855).

Valley of the Shadow of Death (1855).

John Filo (1948 – )

Mary Ann Vecchio kneeling over the body of Jeffrey Miller (1970). [Link only.]

Alexander Gardner (1821–1888)

The Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (1863).

Philip Jones Griffiths (1936–2008)

Called “Little Tiger” for killing two “Vietcong women cadre” (1968).

Thomas Hoepkner (1930 – )

A US Marine Drill Sergeant Delivers a Severe Reprimand to a Recruit, Parris Island, South Carolina (1970).*

Sergey Levitsky (1819–1898)

Tolstoy, Turgenev, Grigorovich, Goncharov, Druzhinin and Ostrovsky (1856).

Timothy H. O’Sullivan (1840–1882)

Harvest of Death (1863).

Ray R. Platnick (fl. 1940s)

Coffee for the Exhausted Conquerers of Engebi Island–the United States Marine Corps (1944).

Bryan Schutmaat (1983 – )

Abandoned Homestead, Red Mountain Mining District, Colorado (2011).*

Alpine Lake, Gallatin National Forest, Montana (2011).*

Gold Mine, Lead, South Dakota (2011).*

Ellie, Silver City, Nevada (2012).*

Derek, Big Timber, Montana (2011).*

Casey, Philipsburg, Montana (2010).*

Buckmaster, Rawlins, Wyoming (2011).*

Wes, near Kellogg, Idaho (2011).*

Arkady Shaikhet (1898–1957).

Partisan Girl (1942).

Tato (Guglielmo Sansoni) (1896–1974)

The Perfect Bourgois, Camouflage of Objects (Borghese perfecto, camuffamento di oggetti) (1930).*

Nick Ut (1951 – )

Fleeing down a road near Trang Bang after a South Vietnamese Air Force napalm attack (1972)

Kadir van Lohuizen (1960 – )

Diamond Matters, Democratic Republic of the Congo (2004).* [Link only.]

Carl von Zamboni (? – ?)

Cafe Giensteidl (1896).

Georgi Zelma (1906–1984)

Captured Building, Stalingrad  (1942).


James Greenleaf Whittier (ca. 1840–60).

The Hutchinson Family Singers (1845).

Portrait of the Pettillo brothers (early 1860s).*

Sanford Robinson Gifford (1861).*

Photo of Paludan-Muller (1864).

Photograph of young Edgard Varèse (? 1910s–1930s ?).

Stills from Film and Set Designs

Jonathan Demme (1944 – )

Stills from A Master Builder (2013).*

D.W. Griffith (1875–1948)

Stills from Intolerance (1916).*

Still from Birth of a Nation (1915).

Sherwood Hu (? – )

Stills from Prince of the Himalayas (2006).*

Alejandro Jodorowsky (1929 – )

Stills from La danza de la realidad (“Dance of Reality”) (2013).*

Gregory La Cava (1892–1952)

Stills from My Man Godfrey (1936).

James Stewart Morcom (1906–1988)

Stage plans for Five Kings (1939).*

Joshua Oppenheimer (1974 – )

Stills from The Act of Killing (2012).*

Stills from The Look of Silence (2014).*

Alain Resnais (1922–2014)

Stills from Hiroshima mon amour (1959).*

Nicholas K. Roerich (1874–1947)

Various sets for Le Sacre du Printemps (1913).*

Orson Welles (1915–1985)

Sets and set plans for Five Kings (1939).*

Still from The Magnificent Ambersons (1942).*

Still from Touch of Evil (1958).*

Stills from Chimes at Midnight  (1965) in both Chimes at Midnight* and Shakespeare, Freud, Machiavelli and Welles: The “Prince Hal Problem”*

Reviews of Art Shows and Exhibitions

 John Singer Sargent Watercolors, Brooklyn Museum of Art (April 5–July 28, 2013)

Photography and the American Civil War, Metropolitan Museum of Art (April 2–September 2, 2013)

The Civil War and American Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art (May 27–September 2, 2013)

Grays the Mountain Sends (Brian Schutmaat), Aperture Foundation (October 1913)

War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath, Brooklyn Museum of Art (November 8, 2013–February 2, 2014)

Albert Bierstadt in New York & New England, Mattatuck Museum (November 24, 2013–March 2, 2014)

Not Alone (Ghislain and Marie David de Lossy), Soho Photo Gallery (January 2014)

Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (February 21–September 1, 2014)

Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia, 5th to 8th Century, Metropolitan Museum of Art (April 14–July 27, 2014)

Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age, Metropolitan Museum of Art (September 22, 2014–January 4, 2015)

Van Gogh and Nature, Clark Art Institute (June 14–September 13, 2015)

Pergamon and the Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Ancient World, Metropolitan Museum of Art (April 18–July 17, 2016)

Turner’s Whaling Pictures, Metropolitan Museum of Art (May 17–August 7, 2016)

Masterpieces of the Sanford B.D. Low Illustration Collection, New Britain Museum of American Art (July 8–October 2, 2016)

Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado, Clark Art Institute (June 11–October 10, 2016).

William Merritt Chase, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (October 9, 2016–January 16, 2017).

Botticelli and the Search for the Divine, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (April 15–July 9, 2017).

Matisse in the Studio, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (April 9–July 9, 2017); Roayl Academy of Arts, Longon (August 5–November 12, 2017).

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