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Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
The Spaniard’s painterly skill outshines his congenital weakness for schmaltz
By Mario Naves
The Whitney Museum is digging back to the dawn of American Modernism
The Met brings out its bread and butter: stunning galleries devoted to Greek and Roman art
Cultural mavens shouldn’t miss out on a knockout exhibition curated by Emily King
Winslow Homer has been put out to sea at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
An exhibition of early Picasso has landed at the Phillips Collection in Washington
Kandinsky is getting spun up the Guggenheim’s spiral
Blues for Pablo
Deep water Winslow
Murillo the masterful
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