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Theater for the Wonderfully Grotesque: A Playlist for James Ensor

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Dark and obscure songs that mirror the grotesque sensibilities of James Ensor. More»

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A Composition of Tones: A Playlist for the Photographs of Ansel Adams

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A music playlist inspired by the compositional rigor of Ansel Adams. More»

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A New York Soundtrack for a New York Painting

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It’s a jazz thing: Jackson Pollock’s Mural inspires a music playlist. More»

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      Vermeer’s interiors make possible a sort of encounter in which the painting completely disappears in the viewing, and the viewer is what is seen into, and this is the key to Vermeer’s true design and the source of his work’s mystery.“

      —poet Michael White

      The Milkmaid, ca, 1660. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

      Woman Reading a Letter, ca. 1663. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

      Young Woman with a Water Pitcher, ca. 1662. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Marquand Collection, Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1889. www.metmuseum.org

      03/28/15

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