art critic

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critic - a person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art
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Artists - art critics and such like - people of no account.
Outspoken art critic Brian Sewell has died of cancer, aged 84.
Bush might have relied on Google for his paintings, according to an art critic.
The late Arthur Coleman Danto (January 1, 1924-October 25, 2013) was an American art critic and philosopher.
But art critic Waldemar Januszczak, who writes for The Sunday Times, said he was "disappointed" by the portrait and there was a lack of sparkle in Kate's eyes.
Amy Goldin (1926-1978) is introduced as a maverick art critic who focused mainly on the contemporary art world.
Summary: BEIRUT: The vibrant life of the late painter, art critic and writer Helen Khal was celebrated this week at the American University of Beirut (AUB).
Cardiff-born, Dan Llywelyn Hall, 29, below, is among those whose paintings are featured in the show at Browse and Darby in London, which is curated by leading art critic, Andrew Lambirth.
It is on this misery that the New York painter bases his new show of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and videos, "I Objectify My Life So As To Give It Meaning," which mercilessly blurs the line between artist and art critic, speaking directly to the latter with the prose of the former.
SFMOMA's February 2007 Artcast spotlights artists of the Bay Area: SECA Art Award recipients Kota Ezawa and Leslie Shows; photographer Henry Wessel; pianist Sarah Cahill's performance of composer Morton Feldman's "For Philip Guston," with the story of Feldman and Guston narrated by poet and art critic Bill Berkson.
Robert Hughes--a Time magazine art critic, biographer, documentary maker, historian, and author of The Shock of the New (1981), The Fatal Shore (1987), and Goya (EXCELLENT Mar/Apr 2004)--offers an untraditional perspective on his 60-something years.
A psychological study about murder, revenge, love, and art, The Portrait is narrated by an artist named Henry MacAlpine, living on a remote French island, who lures his enemy, the influential art critic and former friend, William Nasmyth, to sit for a portrait.