Analysis of Dou’s ‘Portrait of a Woman’ in the Cleveland Museum of Art. ‘Painter’s paintings’ fascinate artists even though museum-goers pass without a second glance.
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I pick up last episode’s discussion about Clement Greenberg and the avant-garde and kitsch, and talk about academic art. Artists mentioned: Gerome, David, Bouguereau, Ingres, and Thomas Couture.
In this second podcast, I talk about why I visit art museums so frequently and discuss drawing.
I planned on starting a podcast for a long time and today I finally got around to doing it. In the initial Turpentine diaries podcast, I talk about recovering a painting that failed, materially failed, as well as other art-related things. The podcast is about 14 minutes long. I understand that a successful podcast requires…