“The Cantor Art Center completed the digitization of all twenty-nine books, making them accessible in the exhibition on touchscreens and here on the museum’s website. With these, one may now leaf through the books digitally and see every sketch in the order conceived, gaining insight into the way Diebenkorn experimented with line, shape, form, and perspective and creatively tackled challenging subjects.”
An Audio-only recording of a Leland Bell lecture (in 8 parts) presented by the New York Studio School.
Lecture given concurrent to the Giacometti-Mondrian-Arp-Leger show at Carroll Janis Gallery which ran until Feb 4 1989.
2009 slide talk with Associate Curator Dita Amory on the radiant late interiors and still lifes of Pierre Bonnard (French, 1867 – 1947) that were on view at the Met, January 27 through April 19, 2009. Compelling metaphors for a range of sensations, the late paintings convey a disquieting effect. It is these luminous late […]
A marvelous video produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Wayne Thiebaud talking about Rosa Bonheur’s “The Horse Fair”.
Two brief 2010 videos with Lennart Anderson in Siena, Italy talking with a student, Naomi Grant, about unity in painting and looking at a Piero in Arezzo with Sigal Tsabari.