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The Hope of Another Spring

by Matt Sutherland

What is American history other than a record of stuff that happened somehow related to the people and places of this country. Everything in the past is history, and no matter how insignificant, it factors into the character and identity... Read More

Book Review

Ralph Fasanella

by Matt Sutherland

Facing a blank canvas, most artists strive to paint a pretty picture under the guidelines (however loose) of Impressionism, Expressionism, or some other style or technique, while a rarer few seek to use their paintings to address... Read More

Book Review

Tyree, Artist of the South Pacific

by Jeff Fleischer

Tyree’s oil paintings of Polynesian models have become iconic types; Cook’s collection is a fitting tribute. Ralph Burke Tyree was the kind of artist whose work will be familiar to many who don’t know him by name, as his paintings... Read More

Book Review

Illuminating Wisdom

by Matt Sutherland

Take wisdom where you can find it, and keep on looking—especially in unlikely places. The first three or four sentences of this illustrated compendium of more than eighty of wisdom’s greatest hits points directly at a religious... Read More

Book Review

Collect Value Divest

by Diane Prokop

Stewart’s guide to collecting is entertaining and informative, making it ideal for anyone who wants to understand the objects that surround them. In Collect Value Divest: The Savvy Appraiser, Elizabeth Stewart shares some of the... Read More

Book Review

Bibliotheca Salmo Salar

by Matt Sutherland

With a certain, high level of fanaticism in mind, to call salmon fishing a sport, chess a board game, landscape painting a hobby, mountain climbing a hike, just doesn’t quite capture the spirit of the thing. And when the sought prize... Read More

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