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Striking Gold

"Sonoran Sun" at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History

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Technically, it comes in leaves, crystals, plates and dust. Romantically, it comes in flowers, fingers, flames and suns. …

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Capitolists

Robert Lisak and David Ottenstein at the New Haven Museum

While accomplished photographers Robert Lisak and David Ottenstein are longtime friends, they’d never worked together on a project—until a couple of years ago, when they jumped straight into the deep end. …

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Sowing and Reaping

Imagination in Bloom by Sarah Afragola.

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April showers brought a special bloom to the Eli Whitney Museum last Thursday. …

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Seeing Things

YUAG visitors gazing into Luccata, Op. 162

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Lumia, a new exhibit at the Yale University Art Gallery, is a show of light, and…

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Out in the World

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Dear Claude, 

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Wood Vibes

at the Yale University Art Gallery

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To clear your head, take a walk through the woods.

To do that downtown, head to the Yale University Art Gallery, where the eastern …

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Small World

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In Crèches of Germany: Tradition & Faith—this year’s Christmastime exhibit at…

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Flight over Water

"The Harmony" by Rodney Charman

Near the middle of the 19th century, ships would sail from America to Britain, carrying raw materials like timber. But when these same vessels returned, they’d become “coffin ships,” packed with …

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Seeing, and Believing

Modernism suits us. It suited us long before there was even a word for it, and it suits us now, decades after it officially went out of style.…

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Uncommon Wealth

Edwardian Opulence at the Yale Center for British Art

The first item you see when visiting the Yale Center for British Art’s lush, lustrous new exhibit Edwardian Opulence is a fancy “bodice, skirt and train” dating from 1900-1903, created by the eminent Paris fashion firm House of Worth.…

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