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Buddhism
Buddhism
(14 paintings)
 

Burgundy
Burgundy
(148 paintings)
 

Butterflies
Butterflies
(22 paintings)
 

Byzantine
Byzantine
(52 paintings)
 

Cafes & Bistros
Cafes & Bistros
(22 paintings)
 

Camels
Camels
(24 paintings)
 

Canyons & Mesas
Canyons & Mesas
(21 paintings)
 

Castles
Castles
(29 paintings)
 

Castles & Fortresses
Castles & Fortresses
(281 paintings)
 

Cats
Cats
(58 paintings)
 

Chickens
Chickens
(43 paintings)
 

Children
Children
(1272 paintings)
 

Christ
Christ
(568 paintings)
 

Christianity
Christianity
(2713 paintings)
 

City Scene
City Scene
(23 paintings)
 

Clouds & Skyscapes
Clouds & Skyscapes
(409 paintings)
 

Coffee Pots & Mugs
Coffee Pots & Mugs
(34 paintings)
 

Colorful
Colorful
(251 paintings)
 

Columns
Columns
(106 paintings)
 

Cottages
Cottages
(17 paintings)
 

Countryside
Countryside
(20 paintings)
 

Couples
Couples
(109 paintings)
 

Cows
Cows
(206 paintings)
 

Crops
Crops
(106 paintings)
 

Crucifixion
Crucifixion
(123 paintings)
 


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US Art related news

Ann Arbor High School student art to be displayed at U.S. Capitol - MLive.com
What the presidential election means for the US art market—no matter who is in the Oval Office - Art Newspaper
US hands over two stolen ancient lintels to Thailand after retrieving them from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco - Art Newspaper
A Week In Hoboken, NJ, On A $270,000 Joint Income - Refinery29
This Week in CT: The Wadsworth Athenium became the first public U.S. art museum 179 years ago - WTNH.com
Davidson Fine Arts School Chorale performing on National Public Radio show on June 14 - The Augusta Chronicle
Whitney voluntarily recognises a union local, sparing employees the need to organise a vote - Art Newspaper
An 800-year-old carved goddess was stolen from a Kathmandu Valley temple and smuggled to Australia. Now Nepal wants it back - ABC News
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young ’90s Counterculturalist - The New York Times
Alex Caldiero, Outsider and Naysayer - Hyperallergic
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