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  1. Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace DVD

    Producer: Jessica Chermayeff, Jeff Dupre Production Company: Public Broadcasting Service; Show of Force, LLC Production Year: 2014 Copyright Year: 2014 Director: Jeff Dupre Discs: 1 Subtitles: Y Subtitle Language: English (SDH) DVI: N Audio Format: 5.1 Surround Aspect Ratio: 16x9 Widescreen Approx 60 minutes

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  2. RainCape - A Pathway in Monet's Garden

    100% Polyester Includes a hood and a travel pouch Reversible Water Resistant RainCapes are reversible, water repellent and lightweight with a luxurious soft feeling. Invisible magnets strategically placed to keep your RainCape intact on a windy day. Whether you are expecting some rain, or just want a sophisticated look, RainCapes can be used for any occasion.

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    $75.00
  3. S. Ross Browne The Huntress Magnet

    The Huntress, 2010 S. Ross Browne (American, born 1969) Magnet 2" x 3"

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  4. Splatters Earrings - Green/Black

    Solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver and hematite finish, giclee print, ear wires are hypo-allergenic Hangs approx. 1.50" The drips and splatters of paint are a nuisance to most artists -- but a boon to others, such as Jackson Pollock and the British painter Bill Jacklin, who use the energy and unique forms to give vibrancy to their paintings. These earrings pay homage to their vision.

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  5. The Dirty South Exhibition Catalogue

    The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse
    IN STOCK
    Valerie Cassel Oliver
    Pages: 288
    Illustrations: 175 illustrations, including 140 color

    This exhibition catalogue to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse chronicles the pervasive visual and sonic parallels in the work of Black artists from the southern United States. It looks to contemporary southern hip-hop as a portal into the roots and aesthetic legacies that have shaped contemporary art from the 1920s to the present. It features multiple generations of both academically trained and “outsider” artists working in a variety of genres and disciplines, including Thornton Dial, Allison Janae Hamilton, Arthur Jafa, Jason Moran, Sister Gertrude Morgan, Sun Ra, Kara Walker, and William Edmondson. Creating a capacious understanding of southern expression in visual art, material culture, and music, this richly illustrated volume documents the exhibition’s artworks and includes critical essays, poems, artist biographies, and an extended bibliography.

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    $45.00
  6. The Hill We Climb - An Inaugural Poem for the Country | By Amanda Gorman

    By Amanda Gorman Foreword by Oprah Winfrey Hardcover : 32 pages ISBN : 9780593465271 Amanda Gorman’s powerful and historic poem “The Hill We Climb,” read at President Joe Biden’s inauguration. On January 20, 2021, Amanda Gorman became the sixth and youngest poet to deliver a poetry reading at a presidential inauguration. Taking the stage after the 46th president of the United States, Joe Biden, Gorman captivated the nation and brought hope to viewers around the globe. Her poem “The Hill We Climb: An Inaugural Poem for the Country” can now be cherished in this special gift edition. Including an enduring foreword by Oprah Winfrey, this keepsake celebrates the promise of America and affirms the power of poetry.

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    $15.99
  7. Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night Scarf

    14" wide x 68" long Poly/viscose Beautifully designed scarf with an artistic flair to accessorize your wardrobe.

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    $36.00
  8. Virgin of Guadalupe Blue T-Shirt

    Virgen de Guadalupe, mid 18th Century Luis Berrueco 1700-1750 100% Cotton T-shirt ¿No estoy yo aquí, que soy tu madre? (Am I not here, I who am your mother?) —The Virgin Mary to Juan Diego Berrueco was from an influential family of painters in Puebla, an important city in Mexico during the period of Spanish rule. He mostly painted devotional images, which he imbued with an air of genre-like observation and charm, including this iconic representation of the Virgin of Guadalupe—a subject still synonymous with deep devotion in Mexico. According to a 1560 text written in the region’s Nahuatl language, an Aztec peasant named Juan Diego encountered the Virgin in a vision on the barren hill of Tepeyac. After seeking out the archbishop of Mexico City, who asked him for further proof of the apparition, Juan Diego returned to the hill only to find roses blooming in the normally fallow place. Gathering them up in his cloak, he returned to the city, whereupon opening the cloak, he revealed the image of the Virgin imprinted inside it; this miraculous image is shown in the cartouche at lower right. All the many paintings of this revered traditional account depict the Virgin in the same format as Berrueco’s painting, with scenes of the encounters in the four corners. This example, however, is distinguished by its scale, its subtle coloration, its playful putti, and many other sophisticated touches that set it apart as the work of this especially skilled painter who proudly signed it beneath the Virgin herself—a devotional gesture perhaps?

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    $28.00
  9. Virgin of Guadalupe White T-Shirt

    Virgen de Guadalupe, mid 18th Century Luis Berrueco 1700-1750 100% Cotton T-shirt ¿No estoy yo aquí, que soy tu madre? (Am I not here, I who am your mother?) —The Virgin Mary to Juan Diego Berrueco was from an influential family of painters in Puebla, an important city in Mexico during the period of Spanish rule. He mostly painted devotional images, which he imbued with an air of genre-like observation and charm, including this iconic representation of the Virgin of Guadalupe—a subject still synonymous with deep devotion in Mexico. According to a 1560 text written in the region’s Nahuatl language, an Aztec peasant named Juan Diego encountered the Virgin in a vision on the barren hill of Tepeyac. After seeking out the archbishop of Mexico City, who asked him for further proof of the apparition, Juan Diego returned to the hill only to find roses blooming in the normally fallow place. Gathering them up in his cloak, he returned to the city, whereupon opening the cloak, he revealed the image of the Virgin imprinted inside it; this miraculous image is shown in the cartouche at lower right. All the many paintings of this revered traditional account depict the Virgin in the same format as Berrueco’s painting, with scenes of the encounters in the four corners. This example, however, is distinguished by its scale, its subtle coloration, its playful putti, and many other sophisticated touches that set it apart as the work of this especially skilled painter who proudly signed it beneath the Virgin herself—a devotional gesture perhaps?

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    $28.00
  10. Virginia Arcadia: The Natural Bridge in American Art

    by Christopher C. Oliver Softcover 102 pages 7" W x 8 1/2" H ISBN: 9781934351185 This catalogue accompanies the exhibition Virginia Arcadia: The Natural Bridge in American Art. Presented at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond Feb 6 - Aug 2, 2021

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    $20.00

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