Travel

America is no longer a new world but is, and always will be, another world. It is ... a question of molecules, of climate, of different atmosphere, of the special quality of the sun’s rays.

I have been to New York

Giorgio de Chirico, 1938

We see that nations have sprung from obscurity, risen to glory, and decayed. Their rise has in general been marked by virtue; their decadence by vice, vanity, and licentiousness. Let us beware!

Sicilian Scenery and Antiquities — Part 2

Thomas Cole, 1844
More Themes in Art

The Nude in Art

Getting out the skin

Metaphysical Art

Discomforting dreamscapes

Allegory

Art to illustrate and teach

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