Word "ART" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the products of human creativity; works of art collectively
Synonyms:
fine art
Examples:
an art exhibition
a collection of fine art

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the creation of beautiful or significant things
Synonyms:
artistic creation, artistic production
Examples:
art does not need to be innovative to be good
I was never any good at art
he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation
Synonyms:
artistry, prowess
Examples:
the art of conversation
it's quite an art

Crossword Clues for ART

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Clue Source Date
___ Deco New York Times 24 Nov 2022
Curator's concern Eugene Sheffer 12 Nov 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 10 Nov 2022
"___ is a line around your thoughts" (Klimt) Universal 03 Nov 2022
Contents of the Louvre Universal 02 Nov 2022
Field for Alice Neel and Kara Walker LA Times Daily 27 Oct 2022
'Wherefore ___ thou?' USA Today 26 Oct 2022
Mosaics and murals, e.g Universal 22 Oct 2022
___ Deco Universal 19 Oct 2022
Louvre collection Eugene Sheffer 18 Oct 2022
Creation Canadiana 17 Oct 2022
Calligraphy or origami Universal 13 Oct 2022
Class with smocks LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2022
Craft The Telegraph Quick 08 Oct 2022
Op or pop Thomas Joseph 03 Oct 2022
'A veil, rather than a mirror,' per Oscar Wilde New York Times 24 Sep 2022
Graffiti, e.g New York Times 23 Sep 2022
Cave __ LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2022
Sculptor’s field Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2022
Ukiyo-e or ceramics, e.g USA Today 15 Sep 2022
Etchings, e.g Premier Sunday 11 Sep 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 09 Sep 2022
Gallery stuff Premier Sunday 04 Sep 2022
Class that requires creativity Family Time 22 Aug 2022
Butter sculptures, e.g Universal 19 Aug 2022
"How Great Thou __" LA Times Daily 18 Aug 2022
Busts, e.g Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2022
Verb with thou New York Times 17 Aug 2022
Paintings and such USA Today 17 Aug 2022
Coffee table book subject New York Times 10 Aug 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 09 Aug 2022
Museum contents Universal 01 Aug 2022
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 01 Aug 2022
Skill Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2022
What Basquiat and Bearden made USA Today 25 Jul 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 25 Jul 2022
Class that requires creativity Family Time 22 Jul 2022
Louvre treasures Eugene Sheffer 21 Jul 2022
Skill The Times Concise 18 Jul 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 18 Jul 2022
With 110-Down, geometric style LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2022
Calligraphy, for example USA Today 06 Jul 2022
Curator's topic Thomas Joseph 06 Jul 2022
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 04 Jul 2022
Carr or Thomson creation Canadiana 04 Jul 2022
Something created with paint Family Time 04 Jul 2022
Gallery material USA Today 01 Jul 2022
Frida Kahlo portraits, e.g Universal 27 Jun 2022
"Wherefore ___ thou ..." Family Time 26 Jun 2022
Impressionist's skill Universal 23 Jun 2022
Butter sculptures, for example USA Today 22 Jun 2022
Creative work Newsday 19 Jun 2022
Calligraffiti, e.g USA Today 17 Jun 2022
Arthur, for short Canadiana 13 Jun 2022
'But is it ___?' New York Times 06 Jun 2022
Poetry or painting USA Today 31 May 2022
Museum collection LA Times Daily 31 May 2022
Are, way old Family Time 30 May 2022
Fine print, e.g LA Times Daily 29 May 2022
Gallery display Eugene Sheffer 24 May 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 23 May 2022
Class with easels LA Times Daily 23 May 2022
Graffiti or sculpture USA Today 19 May 2022
Apt name for a painter USA Today 16 May 2022
Mosaics and murals, for example USA Today 10 May 2022
Fitting name for a sculptor? Universal 06 May 2022
Curator's focus Eugene Sheffer 05 May 2022
Works in a studio Wall Street Journal 05 May 2022
Craft The Telegraph Quick 03 May 2022
Word after "fine" or "folk" Universal 02 May 2022
Job in the abbey starting off for crafty type Irish Times Crosaire 30 Apr 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 25 Apr 2022
Renwick Gallery fare The Washington Post Sunday 24 Apr 2022
Sculpture or painting Newsday 18 Apr 2022
Class with colored chalk Family Time 17 Apr 2022
Imaginative works Newsday 14 Apr 2022
Sculpture or portrait Newsday 13 Apr 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 12 Apr 2022
Verb after "thou" Universal 06 Apr 2022
Gallery array Newsday 03 Apr 2022
Gallery hangings LA Times Daily 28 Mar 2022
Gallery hangings The Washington Post 28 Mar 2022
Illustrations Eugene Sheffer 23 Mar 2022
Display on museum walls Newsday 22 Mar 2022
Trickery Thomas Joseph 22 Mar 2022
It's put on display Universal 21 Mar 2022
Class that can get quite messy Family Time 21 Mar 2022
Contents of many museums Universal 18 Mar 2022
Curator's concern Eugene Sheffer 17 Mar 2022
Origami or pottery, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 13 Mar 2022
The most beautiful deception of all, per Debussy Universal 13 Mar 2022
Allen Sapp output Canadiana 07 Mar 2022
Curator's concern Newsday 06 Mar 2022
Gallery work Premier Sunday 27 Feb 2022
"___ is not what you see, but what you make others see" (Degas) Universal 23 Feb 2022
Draw in a museum Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2022
'Maus' graphic novelist Spiegelman USA Today 21 Feb 2022
It may be abstract Universal 21 Feb 2022
Chinese calligraphy, e.g USA Today 13 Feb 2022
Glassblowing, e.g Universal 13 Feb 2022
Skill Thomas Joseph 11 Feb 2022
State of the ___ Universal 10 Feb 2022
What life imitates Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2022
Class with easels LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2022
Class with easels The Washington Post 08 Feb 2022
Museum display Eugene Sheffer 01 Feb 2022
Arthur, for short Canadiana 31 Jan 2022
Aesthetic interest Premier Sunday 30 Jan 2022
Creative pursuit Newsday 30 Jan 2022
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 24 Jan 2022
'The most astonishing activity of mankind born out of struggle between wisdom and madness,' per Magdalena Abakanowicz The Washington Post Sunday 23 Jan 2022
Job in the abbey starting off for crafty type Irish Times Crosaire 22 Jan 2022
Part of MoMA LA Times Daily 17 Jan 2022
Part of MoMA The Washington Post 17 Jan 2022
Apt name for a sculptor Wall Street Journal 11 Jan 2022
Graffiti, to some Universal 07 Jan 2022
Choreography or painting USA Today 04 Jan 2022
"___ is meant to disturb, science reassures" Universal 02 Jan 2022
Wall flowers, maybe? Wall Street Journal 29 Dec 2021
Word before film and after clip New York Times 26 Dec 2021
Woodcuts and watercolors Wall Street Journal 13 Dec 2021
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 13 Dec 2021
Museum focus LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2021
Child's macaroni creation Universal 11 Dec 2021
__ museum LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2021
It's found in "apartments" Universal 05 Dec 2021
Still lifes, e.g Premier Sunday 05 Dec 2021
Word after "fine" or "folk" Universal 27 Nov 2021
Gallery display Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2021
Refined oil product? New York Times 20 Nov 2021
Louvre treasures Eugene Sheffer 10 Nov 2021
Linocuts and such New York Times 30 Oct 2021
Works on walls Thomas Joseph 21 Oct 2021
Gallery showing Wall Street Journal 18 Oct 2021
Museum display Eugene Sheffer 15 Oct 2021
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 13 Oct 2021
Part of MOMA Universal 11 Oct 2021
Music or dance LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2021
Music or dance The Washington Post 11 Oct 2021
'The magic mirror you make to reflect your invisible dreams in visible pictures,' per George Bernard Shaw The Washington Post Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Gallery display Eugene Sheffer 07 Oct 2021
Decorative wall hangings Newsday 03 Oct 2021
Stuff made in the 1600s that you can see today Family Time 03 Oct 2021
Gallery display Wall Street Journal 28 Sep 2021
Paintings and sculptures New York Times 27 Sep 2021
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 24 Sep 2021
___ gallery USA Today 22 Sep 2021
Display at the Getty New York Times 22 Sep 2021
Sculpture or mural Newsday 14 Sep 2021
Paintings on a wall, for instance LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2021
Paintings on a wall, for instance The Washington Post 13 Sep 2021
Gee's Bend quilts, e.g USA Today 13 Sep 2021
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 06 Sep 2021
Grade school class with crayons New York Times 30 Aug 2021
Critic's concern Thomas Joseph 28 Aug 2021
Curator's concern Thomas Joseph 27 Aug 2021
'A jealous mistress,' per Emerson New York Times 26 Aug 2021
Trickery Thomas Joseph 26 Aug 2021
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2021
Illustrations Eugene Sheffer 21 Aug 2021
Creative knack Newsday 19 Aug 2021
Forger's domain Universal 19 Aug 2021
Pursuit requiring subjects Newsday 14 Aug 2021
''Everything in life is __'': Duchamp Newsday 13 Aug 2021
Skill Thomas Joseph 13 Aug 2021
Curator's concern Newsday 11 Aug 2021
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 05 Aug 2021
Works in a studio Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2021
Passion of 48 Across Canadiana 02 Aug 2021
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 27 Jul 2021
Curator's concern Eugene Sheffer 23 Jul 2021
Aesthete's interest Newsday 22 Jul 2021
Tom Thomson output Canadiana 19 Jul 2021
Exhibit works Premier Sunday 18 Jul 2021
Work on a wall, say Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2021
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 12 Jul 2021
A magnificent painting, say Family Time 11 Jul 2021
Forger's focus, maybe The Washington Post 10 Jul 2021
Forger's focus, maybe LA Times Daily 10 Jul 2021
Graffiti, e.g Universal 10 Jul 2021
It may be fine Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2021
Finger-painter's output Family Time 05 Jul 2021
Word with film or form LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2021
Word with film or form The Washington Post 02 Jul 2021
Part of MoMA Premier Sunday 27 Jun 2021
'It's more of an ___ than a science' USA Today 17 Jun 2021
Word after 'body' or 'modern' USA Today 15 Jun 2021
'The only way to run away without leaving home,' per Twyla Tharp New York Times 10 Jun 2021
Murals and sculptures, for example Wall Street Journal 07 Jun 2021
Trickery Thomas Joseph 05 Jun 2021
Gallery fill Thomas Joseph 04 Jun 2021
Works at the Louvre Universal 27 May 2021
Bronze busts, e.g Universal 23 May 2021
Works on walls LA Times Daily 19 May 2021
Watercolors and such Universal 19 May 2021
Works on walls The Washington Post 19 May 2021
Museum display Eugene Sheffer 12 May 2021
Oil field? LA Times Daily 11 May 2021
Oil field? The Washington Post 11 May 2021
Lady Aiko's field USA Today 10 May 2021
Workmanship LA Times Daily 09 May 2021
Workmanship The Washington Post 09 May 2021
Aesthete's interest New York Times 09 May 2021
Gallery display Eugene Sheffer 08 May 2021
Met display Wall Street Journal 08 May 2021
Sunflower oil, perhaps? Universal 07 May 2021
Skill The Telegraph Quick 05 May 2021
Valuable oil, say LA Times Daily 05 May 2021
Valuable oil, say The Washington Post 05 May 2021
Sketchy class? Family Time 02 May 2021
Renoir's skill Premier Sunday 02 May 2021
Works on the wall Newsday 02 May 2021
Works of Sartre The Sun Two Speed 01 May 2021
Skill or knack The Sun Two Speed 01 May 2021
Origami or manga USA Today 29 Apr 2021
Painting class Family Time 26 Apr 2021
Works on walls Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2021
A word with thou New York Times 17 Apr 2021
Ink wash painting, e.g USA Today 14 Apr 2021
National Museum of African ___ USA Today 12 Apr 2021
Works in a gallery Wall Street Journal 10 Apr 2021
Nude scene? The Washington Post Sunday 04 Apr 2021
Museum focus Thomas Joseph 31 Mar 2021
"But is it ___?" Universal 28 Mar 2021
Jade carving, e.g USA Today 28 Mar 2021
Part of MOMA Universal 26 Mar 2021
Frida Kahlo's specialty Universal 22 Mar 2021
Class with smocks Family Time 21 Mar 2021
Forte for Agnes Martin, aptly contained in AGNES MARTIN The Washington Post Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Word before "car" or "dealer" Universal 17 Mar 2021
Aesthetic skill Newsday 14 Mar 2021
Word with fine or found New York Times 11 Mar 2021
Curator's concern Newsday 10 Mar 2021
Illustrations Eugene Sheffer 10 Mar 2021
Works in a gallery Universal 08 Mar 2021
Field with landscapes Universal 06 Mar 2021
Illustrative material Newsday 06 Mar 2021
Kahlo’s field Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2021
Murals or portraits USA Today 14 Feb 2021
Class with clay Family Time 07 Feb 2021
Practical skill The Times Concise 05 Feb 2021
Curator’s concern Wall Street Journal 30 Jan 2021
Louvre collection Eugene Sheffer 25 Jan 2021
Cunning schemes The Sun Two Speed 23 Jan 2021
Works in molecular theory The Sun Two Speed 23 Jan 2021
An oil, maybe New York Times 20 Jan 2021
Gallery stuff Premier Sunday 17 Jan 2021
Curator's concern Eugene Sheffer 12 Jan 2021
The 'A' in MoMA The Washington Post 05 Jan 2021
The "A" in MoMA LA Times Daily 05 Jan 2021
Museum purchase Family Time 04 Jan 2021
'___ is not living. It is the use of living' (Audre Lorde) USA Today 04 Jan 2021
A beautiful statue, for example Family Time 27 Dec 2020
Kid's refrigerator display New York Times 27 Dec 2020
The Metropolitan Museum of ___ Universal 26 Dec 2020
J. Paul Getty Museum attraction Family Time 21 Dec 2020
Origami, e.g USA Today 20 Dec 2020
Musical Garfunkel The Washington Post Sunday 20 Dec 2020
Mural or sculpture Newsday 14 Dec 2020
It can involve painting Family Time 13 Dec 2020
Dance, e.g USA Today 07 Dec 2020
Museum collection The Washington Post 01 Dec 2020
Museum collection LA Times Daily 01 Dec 2020
Life is short and this is long, per Hippocrates New York Times 30 Nov 2020
The 'A' of MoMA New York Times 24 Nov 2020
Apt name for a painter USA Today 23 Nov 2020
Witchcraft The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Curator's focus Eugene Sheffer 19 Nov 2020
Works in Dartmouth The Sun Two Speed 18 Nov 2020
“The ___ of War” Wall Street Journal 17 Nov 2020
'Life beats down and crushes the soul, and ___ reminds you that you have one': Stella Adler New York Times 17 Nov 2020
Field of Frida Kahlo or El Greco New York Times 16 Nov 2020
Frida Kahlo's field The Washington Post Sunday 15 Nov 2020
It may be framed Universal 09 Nov 2020
Tate Modern collection The Washington Post 05 Nov 2020
Tate Modern collection LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2020
Graphics Canadiana 02 Nov 2020
Gallery offering Jonesin 27 Oct 2020
Focus for some collectors The Washington Post 23 Oct 2020
Focus for some collectors LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2020
Poetic verb The Washington Post 21 Oct 2020
Poetic verb LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2020
Products of creativity Irish Times Simplex 15 Oct 2020
Works at a museum Wall Street Journal 14 Oct 2020
Wood work, e.g.? The Washington Post Sunday 11 Oct 2020
Real piece of work? New York Times 10 Oct 2020
'This Is What I Know About ___' (Kimberly Drew book) USA Today 28 Sep 2020
Museum display The Washington Post 28 Sep 2020
Museum display LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2020
Many auction items Newsday 24 Sep 2020
'The Earth without ___ is just 'eh'' USA Today 24 Sep 2020
Pictures and such Universal 21 Sep 2020
Kara Walker's field USA Today 20 Sep 2020
State-of-the-___ USA Today 18 Sep 2020
Creative field Universal 15 Sep 2020
Elementary school class Newsday 10 Sep 2020
'Falsehood can hold out against much in this world, but not against ___': Solzhenitsyn New York Times 08 Sep 2020
Word after 'performance' or 'latte' USA Today 24 Aug 2020
Creative class New York Times 23 Aug 2020
Part of MoMA USA Today 21 Aug 2020
Word after latte or lost Universal 18 Aug 2020
'If ___ doesn't make us better, then what on earth is it for?': Alice Walker New York Times 18 Aug 2020
Visual communication Canadiana 17 Aug 2020
It may be put on a pedestal Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2020
Thomson and Carr concern Canadiana 03 Aug 2020
Paintings and such LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2020
Paintings and such The Washington Post 28 Jul 2020
'The one way possible of speaking truth': Browning The Washington Post 25 Jul 2020
"The one way possible of speaking truth": Browning LA Times Daily 25 Jul 2020
Expensive stuff on a wall Family Time 20 Jul 2020
Works in a salon Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2020
Creative major Universal 27 Jun 2020
Subject with many projects Universal 23 Jun 2020
Creative works; knack The Times Concise 22 Jun 2020
Apt word within "cartooning" Universal 19 Jun 2020
What curators curate New York Times 16 Jun 2020
Topping for some lattes USA Today 04 Jun 2020
Creative field Wall Street Journal 04 Jun 2020
Gallery stuff USA Today 02 Jun 2020
Output from Frida Kahlo or Mary Cassatt Jonesin 26 May 2020
Certain high school class Family Time 24 May 2020
Often-framed work Universal 22 May 2020
Michelangelo’s field Wall Street Journal 18 May 2020
Gallery stuff Jonesin 12 May 2020
Word before glass or house New York Times 09 May 2020
Word after 'concept' or 'conceptual' USA Today 08 May 2020
Works in a museum Wall Street Journal 06 May 2020
'The proper task of life,' per Nietzsche New York Times 01 May 2020
Objects of appreciation? Universal 29 Apr 2020
Murals and such USA Today 27 Apr 2020
Murals or sculptures Universal 22 Apr 2020
Imitates life? Canadiana 20 Apr 2020
Collages, for instance Newsday 16 Apr 2020
Works in a studio Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2020
Calligraphy, e.g Universal 13 Apr 2020
Body __ LA Times Daily 12 Apr 2020
Body __ The Washington Post 12 Apr 2020
Intriguing discovery in a cave New York Times 09 Apr 2020
Creative endeavor Wall Street Journal 25 Mar 2020
Museum subject Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2020
Portrait or sculpture Newsday 16 Mar 2020
'A lie that makes us realize truth,' per Picasso The Washington Post 12 Mar 2020
Displays on walls Newsday 12 Mar 2020
"A lie that makes us realize truth," per Picasso LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2020
What MoMA knows best? New York Times 11 Mar 2020
Fridge decoration Universal 04 Mar 2020
Works in a gallery New York Times 03 Mar 2020
Frame works? Family Time 01 Mar 2020
Exhibits at an exhibition New York Times 28 Feb 2020
Works in Dumbarton The Sun Two Speed 15 Feb 2020
Creative works The Sun Two Speed 15 Feb 2020
The "A" of MoMA
Museum works LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2020
Museum works The Washington Post 02 Feb 2020
"Maus" cartoonist Spiegelman The New Yorker 27 Jan 2020
Mobiles and murals, for example Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2020
Kimberly Drew's field USA Today 06 Jan 2020
First verb in the Lord's Prayer
'Drawing is the honesty of the ___. There is no possibility of cheating. It is either good or bad.': Dalí The Washington Post Sunday 29 Dec 2019
Cunning Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2019
Statuary, for instance Newsday 20 Dec 2019
Without which earth is just 'eh'? New York Times 17 Dec 2019
Without which earth is just "eh"?
Basquiat made it USA Today 09 Dec 2019
Dance, e.g The Washington Post 30 Nov 2019
Dance, e.g LA Times Daily 30 Nov 2019
Guggenheim holdings
Guggenheim holdings New York Times 25 Nov 2019
Craft Universal 17 Nov 2019
Skill Thomas Joseph 16 Nov 2019
Museum focus Wall Street Journal 05 Nov 2019
Part of 28-Down USA Today 03 Nov 2019
Wiliness New York Times 31 Oct 2019
Wiliness
Finesse LA Times Daily 27 Oct 2019
Finesse The Washington Post 27 Oct 2019
Gallery stuff Family Time 27 Oct 2019
'Wherefore — thou Romeo?' Thomas Joseph 25 Oct 2019
It might be framed Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2019
State-of-the-__ The Washington Post 21 Oct 2019
State-of-the-__ LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2019
Old master's mastery The Washington Post Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Carvings, e.g USA Today 19 Oct 2019
Word after "op" or "pop" Universal 19 Oct 2019
Glassblowing, e.g Universal 15 Oct 2019
Van Gogh's field USA Today 11 Oct 2019
Class for creative sorts USA Today 08 Oct 2019
Humanities major The Washington Post 07 Oct 2019
Humanities major LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2019
Met acquisition LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2019
“If the world were clear, ____ would not exist” (Albert Camus) The Times Specialist Sunday 06 Oct 2019
Met acquisition The Washington Post 06 Oct 2019
Warhol's field USA Today 05 Oct 2019
Technique Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2019
Met displays Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2019
Ad agency department USA Today 30 Sep 2019
Works on a wall Wall Street Journal 25 Sep 2019
Much graffiti New York Times 25 Sep 2019
Collages, e.g USA Today 24 Sep 2019
Gallery hangings The Washington Post 16 Sep 2019
Gallery hangings LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2019
Prints and such New York Times 14 Sep 2019
Prints and such
Guggenheim display The Washington Post 09 Sep 2019
Guggenheim display LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2019
Skilful type typical of all sides today Irish Times Crosaire 07 Sep 2019
Work on a wall Universal 05 Sep 2019
Wall hangings USA Today 05 Sep 2019
Tate Modern display USA Today 03 Sep 2019
Gallery offering Wall Street Journal 26 Aug 2019
''Fine'' creations Newsday 25 Aug 2019
State of the ___ Universal 24 Aug 2019
Prints, e.g New York Times 21 Aug 2019
Forger's area of expertise Universal 20 Aug 2019
Museum holdings New York Times 20 Aug 2019
“The elimination of the unnecessary,” per Picasso Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2019
'Science made clear,' per Jean Cocteau New York Times 16 Aug 2019
Mosaics, e.g Universal 15 Aug 2019
Self-portraits and such Universal 14 Aug 2019
Crossword constructing, e.g. (no, really!) New York Times 11 Aug 2019
Sotheby's showing LA Times Daily 07 Aug 2019
Livener of an empty wall New York Times 07 Aug 2019
Sotheby's showing The Washington Post 07 Aug 2019
'Either plagiarism or revolution,' to Gauguin USA Today 30 Jul 2019
Humanities major Jonesin 30 Jul 2019
PS1 offering The New Yorker 29 Jul 2019
MoMA part USA Today 17 Jul 2019
Critic's topic Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2019
Busts, e.g Universal 11 Jul 2019
It 'lives from constraints and dies from freedom,' per Leonardo da Vinci New York Times 11 Jul 2019
Tate Modern offering USA Today 07 Jul 2019
Gallery showing Jonesin 02 Jul 2019
Guggenheim display USA Today 22 Jun 2019
Alex's 'Jeopardy!' predecessor Jonesin 18 Jun 2019
Paintings seen in Dumbarton The Sun Two Speed 16 Jun 2019
A retweet from the Louvre Irish Times Crosaire 15 Jun 2019
Louvre filler Universal 28 May 2019
Visual creation Canadiana 20 May 2019
It 'should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable,' according to a saying New York Times 19 May 2019
Work on a wall, maybe New York Times 12 May 2019
Museum contents Thomas Joseph 10 May 2019
Museum attraction USA Today 08 May 2019
Ballet, basketry et al USA Today 06 May 2019
Notoriously hard thing to define New York Times 02 May 2019
Graffiti, to some Universal 25 Apr 2019
Matisse's field USA Today 24 Apr 2019
Collector's collection, perhaps Family Time 21 Apr 2019
Portrait or landscape Universal 16 Apr 2019
Hoppers, e.g Newsday 13 Apr 2019
Louvre contents Universal 10 Apr 2019
Creative works Wall Street Journal 08 Apr 2019
Mobiles and murals USA Today 07 Apr 2019
Gallery fill Wall Street Journal 01 Apr 2019
Paintings, etchings, etc LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2019
Paintings, etchings, etc The Washington Post 18 Mar 2019
Lost ___ New York Times 09 Mar 2019
'All ___ is a kind of confession, more or less oblique': James Baldwin New York Times 22 Feb 2019
It might be a bust Wall Street Journal 21 Feb 2019
Marbles in museums Newsday 21 Feb 2019
Gallery display Family Time 11 Feb 2019
With 72-Across, 1920s-'30s design style Premier Sunday 10 Feb 2019
Curator's concern Thomas Joseph 09 Feb 2019
Skill New York Times 03 Feb 2019
Gallery display Newsday 30 Jan 2019
Creative high school class Family Time 27 Jan 2019
Monet works Premier Sunday 27 Jan 2019
'Without tradition, ___ is a flock of sheep without a shepherd': Winston Churchill New York Times 26 Jan 2019
Curator's topic Thomas Joseph 26 Jan 2019
Cunning Newsday 26 Jan 2019
Paintings and sculpture Thomas Joseph 23 Jan 2019
Paintings, sculpture and the like Wall Street Journal 22 Jan 2019
A high school class Family Time 20 Jan 2019
Galsworthy's ''universal refreshment'' Newsday 19 Jan 2019
Cunning The Sun Two Speed 17 Jan 2019
Hotel lobby display The Washington Post 16 Jan 2019
Hotel lobby display LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2019
Creative works The Times Concise 09 Jan 2019
Display on museum walls Newsday 08 Jan 2019
Curator's collection USA Today 06 Jan 2019
Works in a museum New York Times 06 Jan 2019
Gallery focus Wall Street Journal 05 Jan 2019
Gallery offering
Sotheby's showing
State-of-the-__
Gallery fill
Technique
Works on walls
Museum attraction
Paintings, sculpture and the like
Works in a studio
Curator's collection
Part of MoMA
Tate Modern display
It might be framed
Class for creative sorts
Creative works
Portrait or landscape
State of the ___
Word after "op" or "pop"
Tate Modern offering
Guggenheim display
Works on a wall
Matisse's field
Wall hangings
Latte topper, perhaps
Gallery pieces
Ad agency department
Museum focus
Van Gogh's field
Gallery focus
Critic's topic
Met displays
Mobiles and murals
MoMA part
Warhol's field
Part of 28-Down
Ballet, basketry et al.
Collages, e.g.
Work on a wall, maybe
"All ___ is a kind of confession, more or less oblique": James Baldwin
Creative major
Crossword constructing, e.g. (no, really!)
Paintings, etchings, etc.
Guggenheim display
It "lives from constraints and dies from freedom," per Leonardo da Vinci
Prints, e.g.
Gallery hangings
Museum holdings
"Science made clear," per Jean Cocteau
Livener of an empty wall
Skill
Works in a museum
Hotel lobby display
Much graffiti
Notoriously hard thing to define
Graffiti, to some
Glassblowing, e.g.
Busts, e.g.
It "should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable," according to a saying
Lost ___
Carvings, e.g.
Latte topper, perhaps USA Today 01 Jan 2019
It might be a bust
"The elimination of the unnecessary," per Picasso
"Either plagiarism or revolution," to Gauguin
Work on a wall
Self-portraits and such
Mosaics, e.g.
Louvre filler
Louvre contents
Forger's area of expertise
"But is it ___?"
Finesse
"Without tradition, ___ is a flock of sheep without a shepherd": Winston Churchill
__ show The Washington Post 30 Dec 2018
__ show LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2018
Thou follower, often The Washington Post 29 Dec 2018
Knack Thomas Joseph 29 Dec 2018
Thou follower, often LA Times Daily 29 Dec 2018
Biblical verb New York Times 20 Dec 2018
Gallery works Jonesin 18 Dec 2018
More of an ___ than a science New York Times 18 Dec 2018
'A powerful current that carries a man to a haven,' per van Gogh The Washington Post Sunday 16 Dec 2018
Collector's collection, sometimes Family Time 16 Dec 2018
Frescoes and murals USA Today 09 Dec 2018
Creative skill Newsday 09 Dec 2018
'___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection': Cervantes The Chronicle of Higher Education 07 Dec 2018
'What you can get away with,' according to Andy Warhol New York Times 28 Nov 2018
Friar Tuck shows cunning The Sun Two Speed 28 Nov 2018
___ therapy The Washington Post Sunday 25 Nov 2018
Murals, sculptures, etc New York Times 20 Nov 2018
Visual creations Canadiana 19 Nov 2018
Museum stuff Family Time 18 Nov 2018
Carney of 'The Honeymooners' USA Today 17 Nov 2018
Creative works Newsday 11 Nov 2018
Creative output Newsday 07 Nov 2018
It is 'either plagiarism or revolution,' per Paul Gauguin New York Times 31 Oct 2018
Prado display USA Today 29 Oct 2018
Mobiles and murals, e.g USA Today 27 Oct 2018
It hangs in a museum Family Time 21 Oct 2018
Paintings, sculpture, etc LA Times Daily 15 Oct 2018
Paintings, sculpture, etc The Washington Post 15 Oct 2018
Collages and such The Washington Post 07 Oct 2018
Collages and such LA Times Daily 07 Oct 2018
Museum contents Universal 06 Oct 2018
It can be a bust Universal 03 Oct 2018
'The creation of beauty is __': Emerson The Washington Post 03 Oct 2018
"The creation of beauty is __": Emerson LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2018
Part of LACMA LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2018
Part of LACMA The Washington Post 26 Sep 2018
Gallery display Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2018
What's better when it's fine? New York Times 16 Sep 2018
Somerset House display Universal 12 Sep 2018
Prints, paintings and pastels Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2018
Museum stuff Thomas Joseph 05 Sep 2018
"Are," centuries ago Universal 01 Sep 2018
'Nature is the ___ of God': Dante New York Times 26 Aug 2018
Film preceder Newsday 25 Aug 2018
Shaw's ''magic mirror'' Newsday 24 Aug 2018
Framed work USA Today 20 Aug 2018
Part of MoMA The Washington Post 19 Aug 2018
Part of MoMA LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2018
Gallery work Premier Sunday 05 Aug 2018
Clear thought shows cunning The Sun Two Speed 01 Aug 2018
Monets and Manets USA Today 29 Jul 2018
Getty oil, e.g New York Times 20 Jul 2018
Hanging decor Universal 17 Jul 2018
Museum hangings Family Time 15 Jul 2018
Technique The Sun Two Speed 12 Jul 2018
Verb with 'thou' New York Times 11 Jul 2018
Graffiti, to some USA Today 08 Jul 2018
Collector's collection Family Time 01 Jul 2018
Bonsai or origami USA Today 01 Jul 2018
Singer Garfunkel New York Times 01 Jul 2018
Expensive pictures Universal 26 Jun 2018
Some busts Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2018
Creative technique Newsday 22 Jun 2018
Museum filler Universal 22 Jun 2018
Framed works LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2018
Framed works The Washington Post 19 Jun 2018
Museum filler The Washington Post 18 Jun 2018
Museum filler LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2018
"Wherefore ___ thou ..." Universal 02 Jun 2018
Works in Carmarthen The Sun Two Speed 02 Jun 2018
*Tattoos LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2018
*Tattoos The Washington Post 01 Jun 2018
Creative works The Washington Post 27 May 2018
Creative works LA Times Daily 27 May 2018
Op or pop Thomas Joseph 15 May 2018
Sculpture, paintings, etc LA Times Daily 15 May 2018
Sculpture, paintings, etc The Washington Post 15 May 2018
National Gallery attraction LA Times Daily 09 May 2018
National Gallery attraction The Washington Post 09 May 2018
Painting, sculpture and the like Wall Street Journal 07 May 2018
Busts, prints, etc The Washington Post Sunday 06 May 2018
Oil field? New York Times 06 May 2018
Critic's concern Wall Street Journal 03 May 2018
Renoir works Premier Sunday 22 Apr 2018
Co-star of Jackie on 'The Honeymooners' The Washington Post 18 Apr 2018
Co-star of Jackie on "The Honeymooners" LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2018
Gallery exhibit Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2018
With 1 Down, retro style Newsday 12 Apr 2018
Works on walls? Family Time 08 Apr 2018
1998 Tony-winning comedy Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2018
Louvre contents Thomas Joseph 07 Apr 2018
Paintings etc The Sun Two Speed 04 Apr 2018
Word after op or pop The Washington Post 03 Apr 2018
Word after op or pop LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2018
Garfunkel or Blakey Universal 02 Apr 2018
Bust, maybe New York Times 29 Mar 2018
Class with smocks The Washington Post 20 Mar 2018
Class with smocks LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2018
____ Irwin ( Canuck baseball glove inventor) Canadiana 19 Mar 2018
Pop __ LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2018
Pop __ The Washington Post 14 Mar 2018
4-Down contents USA Today 09 Mar 2018
With 58 Across, style lending geometric patterns to jewelry The Chronicle of Higher Education 09 Mar 2018
Mobiles, stabiles, etc USA Today 03 Mar 2018
Expertise concealed by McCartney Irish Times Crosaire 03 Mar 2018
Still life, e.g New York Times 28 Feb 2018
Singer Garfunkel The Washington Post 26 Feb 2018
Singer Garfunkel LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2018
Paint or clay creation Family Time 25 Feb 2018
'The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations': Orson Welles New York Times 23 Feb 2018
With 55-Across, big sleepover New York Times 18 Feb 2018
Carney of "The Honeymooners" USA Today 18 Feb 2018
Sculptures and mobiles Newsday 07 Feb 2018
Class for the creative Family Time 29 Jan 2018
Klee output Premier Sunday 21 Jan 2018
It may be a bust Universal 17 Jan 2018
Artist's output Canadiana 15 Jan 2018
Paintings, drawings and sculptures Family Time 07 Jan 2018
''The child of Nature,'' per Longfellow Newsday 06 Jan 2018
'All ___ is autobiographical': Fellini New York Times 05 Jan 2018
Works at a gallery Wall Street Journal 03 Jan 2018
Sculptures, e.g New York Times 02 Jan 2018
Museum filler
Works on walls, say
Works in a gallery
Web designer's major, often
Some busts
Prints, paintings and pastels
Painting, sculpture and the like
Gallery exhibit
Gallery display
Critic's concern
1998 Tony-winning comedy
"All ___ is autobiographical": Fellini
"Nature is the ___ of God": Dante
"The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations": Orson Welles
"What you can get away with," according to Andy Warhol
Biblical verb
Bust, maybe
Getty oil, e.g.
Prado display
Monets and Manets
Mobiles and murals, e.g.
It is "either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul Gauguin
More of an ___ than a science
Murals, sculptures, etc.
Oil field?
Sculptures, e.g.
Singer Garfunkel
Still life, e.g.
Verb with "thou"
What's better when it's fine?
With 55-Across, big sleepover
Graffiti, to some
__ show
Works on walls
Frescoes and murals
Framed work
Paintings, sculpture, etc.
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Word after op or pop
Thou follower, often
Singer Garfunkel
Sculpture, paintings, etc.
Bonsai or origami
Part of MoMA
Part of LACMA
National Gallery attraction
Museum filler
Museum collection
Framed works
Creative works
Collages and such
Co-star of Jackie on "The Honeymooners"
*Tattoos
"The creation of beauty is __": Emerson
Somerset House display
"Wherefore ___ thou ..."
Museum contents
It may be a bust
It can be a bust
Hanging decor
With 58 Across, style lending geometric patterns to jewelry
"___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection": Cervantes
Garfunkel or Blakey
Expensive pictures
"Are," centuries ago
"The ___ of the Deal" Universal 23 Dec 2017
LeRoy Neiman's realm USA Today 18 Dec 2017
Wall hangings Newsday 17 Dec 2017
Van Gogh Museum display USA Today 13 Dec 2017
Hotel lobby hangings The Washington Post 13 Dec 2017
Hotel lobby hangings LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2017
Paintings, sculptures, etc Newsday 12 Dec 2017
Work of ___ (38-Across, e.g.) New York Times 12 Dec 2017
Stuff in a museum Family Time 11 Dec 2017
Seascapes, statuary et al USA Today 11 Dec 2017
'The creation of beauty,' per Ralph Waldo Emerson New York Times 05 Dec 2017
Museum piece Family Time 04 Dec 2017
Lithographs and etchings USA Today 24 Nov 2017
What we have 'in order not to die of the truth,' per Nietzsche New York Times 24 Nov 2017
Calligraphy, e.g USA Today 20 Nov 2017
Topiary or origami USA Today 14 Nov 2017
Warhol's works USA Today 10 Nov 2017
Gallery works The Washington Post 29 Oct 2017
Curator's collection Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2017
Trump's "The ___ of the Deal" USA Today 14 Oct 2017
Gallery contents Universal 01 Oct 2017
Gallery filler The Washington Post 27 Sep 2017
Dealmaking, some say New York Times 27 Sep 2017
Gallery filler LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2017
''Wherefore __ thou Romeo?'' Newsday 20 Sep 2017
Class with painting Family Time 17 Sep 2017
Manet's forte Premier Sunday 17 Sep 2017
'So vast is ___, so narrow human wit': Alexander Pope New York Times 10 Sep 2017
Framed stuff Universal 06 Sep 2017
With 45-Down, some drawing rooms New York Times 30 Aug 2017
Sculpture or painting Newsday 21 Aug 2017
Magazine illustrations Newsday 06 Aug 2017
Works in a salon New York Times 03 Aug 2017
Carney or Garfunkel Universal 27 Jul 2017
Sculptures, e.g Newsday 16 Jul 2017
Watercolor work Universal 15 Jul 2017
With 59-Across, the Chrysler Building's style USA Today 10 Jul 2017
Special talent Newsday 30 Jun 2017
Valuable collection, for some Universal 25 Jun 2017
This puzzle's theme you can get behind Universal 19 Jun 2017
'___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection': Cervantes New York Times 14 Jun 2017
17,000-year-old find in France's Lascaux cave New York Times 13 Jun 2017
Creative skill The Times Concise 02 Jun 2017
Part of MoMA New York Times 24 May 2017
Charcoal pieces, e.g Newsday 20 May 2017
Tate Modern attractions Newsday 14 May 2017
Cunning Thomas Joseph 06 May 2017
'The taking and giving of beauty,' per Ansel Adams The Chronicle of Higher Education 05 May 2017
Museum display Newsday 03 May 2017
Gallery showing The Washington Post 02 May 2017
Gallery showing LA Times Daily 02 May 2017
Work on a wall Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2017
Garfunkel or Linkletter The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Apr 2017
Emerson's 'jealous mistress' The Washington Post 21 Apr 2017
Emerson's "jealous mistress" LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2017
Creative class Wall Street Journal 19 Apr 2017
Oils, e.g LA Times Daily 06 Apr 2017
Oils, e.g The Washington Post 06 Apr 2017
Works at a museum New York Times 03 Apr 2017
Critic's concern Thomas Joseph 25 Mar 2017
'The supreme ___ of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting': Sun Tzu New York Times 22 Mar 2017
High school class Universal 22 Mar 2017
Museum piece Newsday 19 Mar 2017
Aesthetic pursuit Jonesin 14 Mar 2017
Trump's 'The ___ of the Deal' New York Times 13 Mar 2017
Museum acquisition Universal 28 Feb 2017
Object of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist The Washington Post 25 Feb 2017
Museum's offering Universal 12 Feb 2017
'The only serious thing in the world,' per Oscar Wilde New York Times 09 Feb 2017
Legendary Linkletter Universal 08 Feb 2017
Display at the Getty The Washington Post 04 Feb 2017
Creative works; skill The Times Concise 23 Jan 2017
Clip or cave follower The Washington Post 13 Jan 2017
Word with op or pop USA Today 05 Jan 2017
Curator's canvases Jonesin 03 Jan 2017
Seascapes, statuary et al.
"The taking and giving of beauty," per Ansel Adams
Garfunkel or Linkletter
Watercolor work
Valuable collection, for some
This puzzle's theme you can get behind
Museum's offering
"So vast is ___, so narrow human wit": Alexander Pope
"The creation of beauty," per Ralph Waldo Emerson
Museum acquisition
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
"The only serious thing in the world," per Oscar Wilde
"The supreme ___ of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting": Sun Tzu
"___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection": Cervantes
17,000-year-old find in France's Lascaux cave
Dealmaking, some say
Calligraphy, e.g.
Gallery filler
LeRoy Neiman's realm
Gallery showing
Gallery works
Lithographs and etchings
Hotel lobby hangings
With 45-Down, some drawing rooms
Mobiles, stabiles, etc.
Topiary or origami
Trump's "The ___ of the Deal"
Van Gogh Museum display
Warhol's works
With 59-Across, the Chrysler Building's style
Word with op or pop
Legendary Linkletter
High school class
Gallery contents
Framed stuff
Carney or Garfunkel
"The ___ of the Deal"
Part of MoMA
Works in a salon
Works at a museum
Work of ___ (38-Across, e.g.)
Trump's "The ___ of the Deal"
What we have "in order not to die of the truth," per Nietzsche
"The lie that enables us to realize the truth": Picasso LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2016
Museum feature Universal 21 Dec 2016
Busts and such LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2016
It may be framed USA Today 08 Dec 2016
___ & Literacy (brown category in Trivial Pursuit) Jonesin 29 Nov 2016
Manet's mastery The Washington Post 28 Nov 2016
Gallery display The Washington Post 25 Nov 2016
Exhibit stuff The Washington Post 18 Nov 2016
Louvre fill Thomas Joseph 14 Nov 2016
Dadaist's field USA Today 08 Nov 2016
Klee's forte Premier Sunday 30 Oct 2016
Works at a gallery LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2016
Mobiles, e.g Newsday 27 Oct 2016
Museum exhibit Universal 24 Oct 2016
Wall hanging Family Time 23 Oct 2016
Mobile, for instance Newsday 09 Oct 2016
Gallery contents USA Today 01 Oct 2016
"Anything you can get away with": Marshall McLuhan LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2016
Verb for Juliet Newsday 23 Sep 2016
It hangs around museums The Washington Post 12 Sep 2016
Gallery collection LA Times Daily 12 Sep 2016
Sculpture or scrimshaw The Washington Post 09 Sep 2016
'If ___ reflects life, it does so with special mirrors': Brecht Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2016
Works at a museum LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2016
Auction merchandise, sometimes Universal 02 Sep 2016
Exhibition offering Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2016
Expressive activity Wall Street Journal 26 Aug 2016
Part of MOMA The Washington Post 23 Aug 2016
Caricatures, e.g USA Today 23 Aug 2016
Busts, e.g LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2016
With 60 Down, New Deal-era style Newsday 14 Aug 2016
Tate works The Washington Post 13 Aug 2016
Works at a museum The Washington Post 12 Aug 2016
Knack LA Times Daily 12 Aug 2016
Goya's field Premier Sunday 07 Aug 2016
Installation material The Washington Post 07 Aug 2016
Auction items, often Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2016
College major Newsday 04 Aug 2016
Museum display Universal 03 Aug 2016
Actor Carney Premier Sunday 24 Jul 2016
Framed works USA Today 09 Jul 2016
Wall adornment LA Times Daily 09 Jul 2016
Contents of 37-Across Universal 07 Jul 2016
Works in a gallery The Washington Post 05 Jul 2016
Paintings New York Times 05 Jul 2016
With 38-Across, 1920s-'30s design style New York Times 04 Jul 2016
'A lie that makes us realize truth,' per Picasso Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2016
Tate displays Premier Sunday 12 Jun 2016
Public hanging? The Washington Post 09 Jun 2016
__ nouveau LA Times Daily 07 Jun 2016
Mondrians, say The Washington Post 05 Jun 2016
Portraits and such Jonesin 31 May 2016
Uffizi display Universal 30 May 2016
Finesse Newsday 26 May 2016
Frick collection Universal 25 May 2016
Framework? The Washington Post 18 May 2016
Mobiles, e.g Universal 18 May 2016
Slyness New York Times 08 May 2016
Museum pieces LA Times Daily 06 May 2016
Finger painting, for example The Washington Post 29 Apr 2016
It's for its own sake, per the MGM motto The Washington Post 13 Apr 2016
Curator's concern Universal 10 Apr 2016
Busts and such Universal 08 Apr 2016
Statues and sculptures LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2016
State-of-the-___ New York Times 28 Mar 2016
Busts, e.g USA Today 26 Mar 2016
Mural or statue Newsday 14 Mar 2016
Something off the wall? New York Times 12 Mar 2016
Institute of Musical __ (Juilliard's original name) Newsday 12 Mar 2016
Class with crayons USA Today 08 Mar 2016
Museum attraction Universal 27 Feb 2016
Collection of the rich USA Today 14 Feb 2016
Clip or pop follower The Washington Post 12 Feb 2016
The 'she' in Oscar Wilde's 'She is a veil, rather than a mirror' The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Feb 2016
Such as painting, music The Times Concise 08 Feb 2016
What you'll find in a museum Universal 05 Feb 2016
'___ washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life': Picasso New York Times 03 Feb 2016
Hermitage holdings Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2016
Pianist Tatum Jonesin 26 Jan 2016
'The only way to run away without leaving home,' per Twyla Tharp The Washington Post 26 Jan 2016
Museum focus Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2016
Met display Eugene Sheffer 20 Jan 2016
Graphic work The Washington Post 18 Jan 2016
Louvre display Eugene Sheffer 15 Jan 2016
Etchings, for example LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2016
Picasso output USA Today 04 Jan 2016
"The lie that enables us to realize the truth": Picasso
"Anything you can get away with": Marshall McLuhan
Busts, e.g.
Etchings, for example
Gallery collection
Knack
Museum pieces
Wall adornment
Works at a museum
__ nouveau
"___ washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life": Picasso
Picasso output
Met display
It may be framed
Gallery contents
Framed works
Dadaist's field
Collection of the rich
Caricatures, e.g.
The "she" in Oscar Wilde's "She is a veil, rather than a mirror"
Museum piece Eugene Sheffer 01 Jan 2016
With 38-Across, 1920s-'30s design style
What you'll find in a museum
Uffizi display
Museum feature
Museum display
Frick collection
Contents of 37-Across
Paintings
Technique Premier Sunday 20 Dec 2015
It's at the Getty Museum USA Today 16 Dec 2015
MoMA part Premier Sunday 13 Dec 2015
Word with "collection" or "class" Universal 11 Dec 2015
Frame works Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2015
Frick collection Eugene Sheffer 05 Dec 2015
Met display USA Today 04 Dec 2015
Gallery wares Jonesin 01 Dec 2015
Louvre display The Washington Post 30 Nov 2015
"How Great Thou ___" Universal 30 Nov 2015
Creative output LA Times Daily 25 Nov 2015
Something famously impossible to define New York Times 25 Nov 2015
Works on walls, perhaps Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2015
Word after clip or pop LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2015
Emerson's 'jealous mistress' Wall Street Journal 20 Nov 2015
'Not what you see, but what you make others see,' per Degas New York Times 18 Nov 2015
It's often left hanging USA Today 15 Nov 2015
What some collectors collect Universal 12 Nov 2015
Works in an atelier The Washington Post 11 Nov 2015
Gallery exhibition USA Today 25 Oct 2015
Museum stuff Eugene Sheffer 23 Oct 2015
'A lie that makes us realize truth,' according to Picasso Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2015
SoHo loft output Universal 20 Oct 2015
Craft The Telegraph Quick 06 Oct 2015
Music's Garfunkel Thomas Joseph 29 Sep 2015
Homers, e.g Newsday 26 Sep 2015
What's central to craft, expertise and mastery The Times Cryptic 15 Sep 2015
It's in five places in this puzzle Universal 13 Sep 2015
Mosaics, for instance Newsday 10 Sep 2015
Paintings and sculptures Family Time 06 Sep 2015
Stuff in a museum USA Today 31 Aug 2015
Life imitator USA Today 29 Aug 2015
It's hung with care USA Today 17 Aug 2015
Manet works Premier Sunday 16 Aug 2015
Gallery hangings USA Today 13 Aug 2015
Statues and such USA Today 15 Jul 2015
Paintings, e.g New York Times 13 Jul 2015
What Emerson called "a jealous mistress" USA Today 12 Jul 2015
Works in a museum LA Times Daily 24 Jun 2015
___ studio New York Times 24 Jun 2015
Surprising discovery at the Lascaux cave that's 17,000 years old New York Times 17 Jun 2015
It's "not what you see, but what you make others see": Degas LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2015
Drawing class Family Time 07 Jun 2015
Curator's concern Wall Street Journal 01 Jun 2015
Much of what is auctioned at Sotheby's New York Times 27 May 2015
1998 Tony winner for Best Play Wall Street Journal 26 May 2015
Works in a gallery Premier Sunday 24 May 2015
Gallery display Universal 22 May 2015
Poetry or painting LA Times Daily 21 May 2015
Museum topic Thomas Joseph 18 May 2015
With 58 Across, style of Bangkok's Democracy Monument The Chronicle of Higher Education 15 May 2015
Class for model students? New York Times 15 May 2015
It's often left hanging Universal 08 May 2015
Murals, e.g New York Times 28 Apr 2015
___ nouveau Universal 06 Apr 2015
Museum showing USA Today 03 Apr 2015
Verb with "thou" Universal 26 Mar 2015
Paintings, e.g Universal 24 Mar 2015
Field for Robert Indiana or Georgia O'Keeffe New York Times 16 Mar 2015
'___ is to console those who are broken by life': Van Gogh New York Times 11 Mar 2015
Craft Premier Sunday 22 Feb 2015
Word with modern or cave LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2015
Eggleton, to friends Canadiana 16 Feb 2015
Fine subject Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2015
Laplander New York Times 12 Feb 2015
It may be modern Universal 10 Feb 2015
Gallery display LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2015
Eggleton or Meighen, familiarly Canadiana 09 Feb 2015
"How Great Thou ___" USA Today 09 Feb 2015
Paul's singing partner USA Today 07 Feb 2015
Prints, pastels, paintings, etc Universal 01 Feb 2015
Lichtenstein's forte Universal 29 Jan 2015
Eggleton, for one Canadiana 26 Jan 2015
Museum pieces, collectively Family Time 25 Jan 2015
With 27 Down, retro design style Newsday 20 Jan 2015
Sometimes it's a bust Universal 20 Jan 2015
Prints, pastels, etc USA Today 18 Jan 2015
Former "Jeopardy!" host Fleming Universal 17 Jan 2015
Works on the wall? USA Today 16 Jan 2015
Monet's "Water Lilies," e.g USA Today 09 Jan 2015
___ nouveau
Creative output
Creative technique
Curator's concern
Song or dance
Creative output
Gallery display
Oils and such LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2015
Gallery display
Homers, e.g.
Craft
Manet works
MoMA part
Technique
Works in a gallery
Mosaics, for instance
Mural or statue
Museum display
Museum display
Oils and such
It's "not what you see, but what you make others see": Degas
Museum collection
Modern hang-ups?
Louvre oeuvre
Louvre display
With 27 Down, retro design style
Busts, e.g.
Gallery collection
Gallery inventory
Good name for a painter
It may get framed and then hung
Knack
"Not what you see, but what you make others see," per Degas
"The proper task of life," per Nietzsche
"___ is to console those who are broken by life": Van Gogh
Class for model students?
Field for Robert Indiana or Georgia O'Keeffe
Much of what is auctioned at Sotheby's
Murals, e.g.
Paintings, e.g.
Sketches, e.g.
Something famously impossible to define
Surprising discovery at the Lascaux cave that's 17,000 years old
___ studio
See 8-Down
Works on the wall?
What Emerson called "a jealous mistress"
Stuff in a museum
Statues and such
Prints, pastels, etc.
Paul's singing partner
Museum showing
Monet's "Water Lilies," e.g.
Life imitator
It's often left hanging
It's hung with care
It's at the Getty Museum
Gallery hangings
Gallery exhibition
"How Great Thou ___"
Latte image
Museum display
Word after clip or pop
MoMA's A
"The only way to run away without leaving home," according to Twyla Tharp
Word with modern or cave
Poetry or painting
With 58 Across, style of Bangkok's Democracy Monument
Bookstore section Jonesin 01 Jan 2015
Works in a museum
Works on walls, perhaps
"How Great Thou ___"
Former "Jeopardy!" host Fleming
Frame works
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Fine subject
Warhol's field
Museum contents
Sketches, e.g New York Times 01 Jan 2015
Gallery display
It may be modern
It's in five places in this puzzle
It's often left hanging
Lichtenstein's forte
Paintings, e.g.
Prints, pastels, paintings, etc.
SoHo loft output
"An attempt to bring order out of chaos," per Sondheim
"Either plagiarism or revolution," per Gauguin
"A lie that makes us realize truth," according to Picasso
Works in an atelier
Sometimes it's a bust
Verb with "thou"
What some collectors collect
Word with "collection" or "class"
Works at an exhibit
Creative class
Garfunkel or Carney
Guggenheim procurement
Met display
Part of MOMA
Verb with thou, sometimes
Auction offerings
Creative knack
Decorative material
Etchings et al.
Finesse
Gallery offering
High-school class
It may be a bust
Louvre display
Museum piece
Museum pieces
Painting, for example
Portraits, e.g.
Sculpture, for instance
Skilled workmanship
Domain of 38-Across and 8-Down
It's often left hanging
Mobiles, stabiles, etc.
Paintings and statues
Paintings, sculptures, etc.
See 21-Across
See 46-Across
College major
Word following fine or folk
What life imitates, so it's said
Objet d'__
Barnes Foundation pieces
Works in a museum
Wall hanging
Busts, e.g.
Creative class
Cultural hang-up?
Exhibition offering
Mr. Linkletter
Musée d'Orsay display
Singer Garfunkel
Work in a studio
Cunning
Connoisseur's collection
Verb with "thou"
It may be a bust
Hangings seen by millions
Guggenheim procurement
Gallery opening?
Gallery display
Museum pieces
Singer Garfunkel
Fleming or Garfunkel
Easel display
Curator's concern
Joe Strummer "Rock ___ and the X-Ray Style"
Paul's partner
Collector's collection
Getty collection
Gallery work
Apt name for a painter
"A lie that makes us realize truth," according to Picasso
"The proper task of life," according to Nietzsche
Queens of the Stone Age "The Lost ___ of Keeping a Secret"
Oft-insured items
Smock-wearer's class
Shakespearean verb
Museum stuff
Museum pieces
Murals and mobiles
It might imitate life
Performance ___
Deer Tick "___ Isn't Real (City of Sin)"
Illustrations
"A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde
"Life doesn't imitate ___, it imitates bad television": Woody Allen
"The signature of civilizations," per Beverly Sills
Caricatures and such
"Wherefore ___ thou . . ."
"Wherefore ___ thou ... "
23-Across, e.g.
Work of ___
Works in a gallery
Gallery works
Comic actor Carney
__ Deco
1998 Tony-winning play
Book illustrations
Creative class
Works in the Prado
Works in a gallery
Picasso piece
<<NO CLUE>>
It might be modern
Museum display
Word with "collection" or "critic"
Works at a museum
Work in a museum
Tate Modern display
Some costly hangings
Public hanging?
Part of MOMA
Museum pieces
Lucky cave find
It's often left hanging
Gallery display
Frame filler
Creative works
Works in a gallery
Works on walls?
" ... wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
"Pop" and "op" follower
Subject of much patronage
Skill
Gallery display
Class during which a kindergartner might finger-paint
Public hanging
Auction category
Designer's major
Renoir output
Public hanging
Museum display
Part of MOMA
Met display
Met acquisition
Humanities major
Busts, perhaps
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
"The lie that enables us to realize the truth," according to Picasso
Miro, Miro on the wall?
Installation, e.g.
Notoriously hard thing to define
Oils and pastels
Curator's hang-ups
Frame works?
Some exhibited work
Shakespearean verb
Picasso piece
Pictures on the wall
Painting or sculpture
Oils and etchings
Mobiles, for instance
Gallery feature
Columnist Buchwald
Lichtenstein's field
He had the job before Alex
Met murals, e.g.
Mobiles and murals
Lots at some auctions
Graphic display
Creative skill
Rock star's gallery display
Paul Simon partner Garfunkel
Music, e.g.
Masterpieces in a museum
Museum opening?
Creative material
Miro, Miro on the wall?
Met murals, e.g.
Masterpiece in a museum
Linkletter or Garfunkel, e.g.
It's sometimes a bust
It hangs around in some impressive buildings
Exhibit material
". . . wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
Met display
Met acquisition
Prado pieces
Charcoals and such
It may be fine
Mastery
__ Deco
Mastery
Exhibit material
Homers, e.g.
"Fine" subject
Certain collectibles
Ingenuity
Canniness
Best Play after "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"
Interior decorator's suggestion
Public hanging?
Subject of a hanging without a trial
Display at the Louvre
Expressive creation
Finger painting, e.g.
It may be kinetic or abstract
Museum fare
Oils and such
Some hang-ups
Tate display
Framed work
Field for 19- or 40-Down
It may be framed
See 54-Across
Wares at some fairs
Display on the wall
Creative output
Creative enterprise
"All __ is but imitation of nature": Seneca
Dalí's output
Monet works
1980s avant-garde synth band ___ of Noise
Garfunkel
Tom Jones collaborators ___ of Noise
___ Garfunkel
___ of Noise
College major
Creative class
Creative work
Matisse's pieces
Mural or sculpture
Some auction offerings
Studio output
Works on walls
Gallery contents
Tisch topic
Gallery acquisitions
"The signature of civilizations": Beverly Sills
"A lie that makes us realize truth": Picasso
"... wherefore ___ thou"
Collector's collection, perhaps
Conversation, for some
Imitator of life, it's said
It might be fine
Mastery in works of taste
Stuff left hanging?
Word with "nouveau" or "deco"
"What garlic is to salad, insanity is to ___": Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Fourth word of the Lord's Prayer
Clip ___ ("Get Your War On" source material)
"But is it ___?"
"Either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul Gauguin
". . . wherefore ___ thou . . ."
"The only way to run away without leaving home," per Twyla Tharp
"A work of ___ is a confession": Camus
"___ hath an enemy called Ignorance": Ben Jonson
Gallery work
Getty display
Knack
Legal hangings?
Part of MoMA
"All __ is but imitation of nature": Seneca
Creative enterprise
Display on the wall
Field for 19- or 40-Down
Framed work
Getty display
Legal hangings?
Paul's partner in song
Skill
Paul's partner in song
Skill
Collector's collection, perhaps
Display at the Getty
Handsome prints?
Imitator of life, it's said
Museum acquisitions
Stereotypically easy class
Word with "collection" or "critic"
Constructing crossword puzzles, arguably
Pictures on the wall
Gift for a picturesque 26th anniversary?
Gallery fare
Gallery opening?
Creative endeavor
Atelier occupant's output
Aesthetic objects
Creative pursuit
Interior decorator's concern
It's been framed!
It may be abstract or kinetic
Lost __
Museum fare
Drawing room subject
Some busts
Work in a museum
Field of 33-Across
Gallery fare
Gallery opening?
Interior decorator's concern
Oeuvre in the Louvre
Lost __
Museum fare
1959 Masters winner whose name sounds like a gallery feature
Sculpted figure, for example
Displays on the wall
Creative expression
Exhibition offering
Exhibit found in this puzzle's four longest answers
Certain high school class
Dali display, say
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Louvre piece
Museum display
Pop or abstract, e.g.
Whistler's field
Word with "collection" or "class"
___ Vandelay (George Costanza pseudonym)
Oils and such
Pictures on the wall
Some busts
Rockers __ Brut
Music, for many
Music is a form of it
Klee's output
Klee pieces
Work in a museum
Class with a studio
Public hangings?
Prints and posters
Op or pop follower
___ deco
Paintings and sculptures
It's framed and then hung
Exhibited things
Display at the Getty
Oils, for instance
Illustrations
He was Ed to Jackie's Ralph
SoHo loft output
Realm of beauty
Gallery objects
Portrait or sculpture
Oils, busts, etc.
It may be fine or lively
Curator's charges
Guggenheim stuff
Murals and such
Sketchy subject?
Type of collection or class
Exhibited matter
__ Vandelay, recurring fake "Seinfeld" character who turns out to be a real judge in the final episode
Connoisseur's collection
"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
___ Deco
Tate treasures
"... wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
Sculptures and such
"Making something out of nothing and selling it," per Frank Zappa
Fine or folk follower
Another high school course
Story accompanier
Paintings, sculptures and such
Michelangelo's field
Class with crayons
Gallery display
Columnist Buchwald
Prado display
Dali display, say
It "enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time": Merton
Miró on the wall
Miró on the wall
Pianist Tatum
Museum pieces
Some hangings
Busts inside a museum?
__ Vandelay, recurring fake "Seinfeld" character who turns out to be a real judge in the final episode
What Cheever called "the triumph over chaos"
Humanities subject
Guile
Prado pieces
Graphics
Creative talent
Busts, oils, etc.
Aesthetic expression
Performance ___
Museum offering
Met murals, e.g.
Fine subject
Display at the Getty
It "enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time": Merton
"A lie that makes us realize truth," per Picasso
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Paul's harmonizing partner
Inexact field
Busts, perhaps
Paintings and such
"___ is both the taking and giving of beauty" (Ansel Adams)
Columnist Buchwald
Dali display, say
Canvases, say
"The proper task of life," to Nietzsche
Curator's concern
Dilettante's love
Linkletter who hosted TV's "House Party"
Museum collection
Pianist Tatum
Some hangings
Met filler
Magazine department
Museum display
Accompaniment for copy
Murals, e.g.
Monet's forte
MOMA offering
Guggenheim stuff
Its definition is often debated
The "A" in MoMA
Getty Museum purchase
Works on the wall
Getty Museum pieces
He was Tom to Paul's Jerry
Lascaux cave attraction
"...but is it ___?"
It might be framed
Gallery work
Klee's work
Prado works
Skill
With 60-Across, where to view paintings
"Fine" works
Diplomacy, e.g.
Etchings and such
"Nature concentrated," per Balzac
Busts in a museum, e.g.
Blakey of jazz
Cultural hang-ups?
Gallery draw
Jackie's partner, on classic TV
Some Sotheby's offerings
Van Gogh's forte
Word with "op" or "pop"
Works in a museum
"Without ___, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable": Shaw
Play centered around a completely white canvas
Skill
Works at the Whitney
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Humorist Buchwald
It's appreciated by 31-Across
Knack
Magazine department
Works on the wall?
"Our Father, who ___ in heaven . . ."
"Paris Street, Rainy Day," e.g.
Verb in a question from Juliet
Work in frames
"... but is it ___?"
School department
Works on the wall?
Word before or after thou
Sculptures, oils, etc.
It's often framed
Gallery hanging
Discipline
Decorator's concern
Creative pursuit
7-Down, e.g.
"What Is ___?" (Tolstoy work)
Fleming or Shell
Word after clip or pop
Thou follower
Some hangings
Serious hang-ups?
Piece of Pollock?
Louvre lure
Louvre exhibit
Carvings and such
7-Down, e.g.
Creative pursuit
Decorator's concern
Discipline
Gallery hanging
It's often framed
Museum filler
Sculptures, oils, etc.
Singer Garfunkel
Word before or after thou
Works on the wall?
Works in frames
Word with "clip" or "martial"
Public hanging
Upscale office décor
Technique
Paul's singing partner
Public hangings?
Picassos and Pissarros
Picasso output
Oils, say
Gallery display
Murals and such
Know-how
Met display
It's often framed
Output from Lichtenstein
__ form
Trickery
Statue or portrait
Gallery display
Met offering
Whitney offering
Works in a gallery
Skill
Fine or folk follower
Mr. Garfunkel
With 69-Across, lied, for example
Paintings and such
Painting or scultpure
Knack
Illustrations
Gallery work
Oils, busts, etc.
Gallery exhibits
Lord's Prayer verb
Elementary class with crayons
Are, earlier
Works on a wall?
___ Vandelay (George Costanza pseudonym)
Sculptures and paintings, e.g.
Onetime singing partner of Paul
Busts and such
Imitator of life, it's said
"A jealous mistress": Emerson
Expensive auction purchases, often
Garfunkel or Buchwald
"Either plagiarism or revolution," according to Gauguin
Sketchy subject?
Louvre affair?
Lord's Prayer verb
Life imitator
Focus of some exhibits
Class with models
Modern hangings
Miro, Miro on the wall
Renoirs and Rembrandts
It's been framed!
Elective course
Curator's hang-ups
". . . wherefore ___ thou"
Some is fine
Garfunkel or Buchwald
"A mystery," to e.e. cummings
"The triumph over chaos," to Cheever
Lord's Prayer verb
Paintings and such
Photos, paintings, sculpture, etc.
Fine work
With 53-Across, the Chrysler Building's style
Work on a wall?
Tate offering
Photos, paintings, sculpture, etc.
"In ___ economy is always beauty": Henry James
Gallery display
Getty Museum purchase
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Actor Carney
Word with film or director
Getty feature
Singer Garfunkel
Creative endeavor
Prints and such
"All nature is but ___": Pope
1998 Tony-winning play
Carney or Linkletter
Andrew Mellon collection
Craftsmanship
Dexterity
Gallery filler
Photographs, paintings, etc.
Skill
Met display
Tate works
Photographs, paintings, etc.
Dexterity
Craftsmanship
Carney or Linkletter
1998 Tony-winning play
Type of studio
It might be framed
Illustrative material
Exhibit stuff?
Jazz great Blakey, Pepper, or Tatum
Gallery offering
Deco preceder
Curator's charges
Op or pop follower
Modern hangings
MoMA part
Lord's Prayer verb
Clip or pop follower
Johns work
It could be fine
Craft
Class with models
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
It's often left hanging
Finesse
Cultural work
Public hangings?
Skill
Workmanship
"Science made clear": Cocteau
Pianist Tatum
"What Is ___?" (Tolstoy essay)
1998 Tony winner for Best Play
Stuff left hanging?
The A of MOMA
Sotheby's domain
Verb in a question from Juliet
Hermitage collection
It may be modern or fine
Portrait or mural
Shamsky of the Miracle Mets
Type of studio
Museum piece, often
Museum piece
Monet's "Water Lilies," e.g.
High school course
Hanging display
Gallery fare
Creative result
Verb with thou
Mural, for example
Trompe l'oeil, e.g.
Public hangings?
Louvre exhibits, collectively
It may be hung
Creative output
College major
"Our chief means of breaking bread with the dead": Auden
Class that will teach you how to put things in perspective
37-Down display
It might be framed
Workmanship
Prowess
Picassos, e.g.
Manets and Monets, e.g.
Know-how
Atelier output
Actor Carney
"Of all lies, __ is the least untrue": Flaubert
Paul's '60s-'70s singing partner
Jazz drummer Blakey
Pollock's drippings
Pollock's profession
Prado display
Technique
Whistler's field
__ Deco
__ nouveau
Word with rock or song
With 51-Across, name of the NHL trophy for leading points scorer
Ravens owner Modell
Public hanging?
Works on walls
Oil on a wall, for example
It can be kinetic
Curator's charges
Focus of Robert Hughes's criticism
Museum acquisitions
Public hangings
Actor Carney
Atelier output
Gallery draw
Guggenheim display
Know-how
Manets and Monets, e.g.
Picassos, e.g.
Prowess
Workmanship
Verb with thou, perhaps
Paul's partner, once and again
Interpretive dance, e.g.
"How Great Thou ___"
Gallery hangings
Line or lost follower
Aesthete's interest
"Wherefore __ thou Romeo?"
If it's a bust, it still qualifies as this
Oils, busts, etc.
Comical columnist Buchwald
Curator's concern
Illustrative material
"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid
Easel display
Humorist Buchwald
It's sometimes abstract
Decorative elements
23A's forte
With 17 Down, retro style
Oils et al.
MOMA part
Matter of aesthetics
Paul's '60s-'70s singing partner
Word with fine or line
Etchings, paintings, etc.
Word with form or supplies
Wall hanging
Special knack
Prado display
Oils and watercolors
Murals, e.g.
Esthetic skill
Special knack
Summer camp activity
TV personality Linkletter
Work in a studio
Workmanship
Collagist's creation, say
Jazzman Tatum
28-Across, e.g.
Columnist Buchwald
Craft
Know-how
Paintings and such
Sculptures and oils
See 7-Down
Some hangings
The "her" in Beethoven's question "Who comprehends her?"
Verb with thou
Paintings, e.g.
Word with nouveau or deco
It may be hung
Auction offering, maybe
___ nouveau
Wall hanging
It's often left hanging
Met filler
"House Party" host Linkletter
Prints and paintings
Public hangings?
Serious hang-ups?
Works on a wall
Mobiles and murals
It may be fine
Gallery objects
Pollack pieces
Curator's hang-ups
Curator's canvases
"How Great Thou ___"
"Wherefore ___ thou . . ."
Creative endeavor
Paul's ex-singing partner
Part of MOMA
Jackie's partner on "The Honeymooners"
Actor Carney
Lichtenstein's forte
Serious hang-ups?
Style of the '20s (with 49-Across)
With 18-Down, NHL trophy awarded to the leading scorer
Verb with thou
Op or Pop follower
"Jealous mistress," to Emerson
Some public hangings
Sotheby's stock
Word with pop or op
-- Deco
Word with collection or class
Works on a wall
Works in a gallery
Serious hang-ups?
Public hangings?
Met filler
Gallery collection
One of the humanities
Illustrations
Best Play the year "The Lion King" won Best Musical
Curator's concern
Exhibit stuff
Portrait, for example
Gallerygoer's love
Prints, pastels and such
Mr. Linkletter
Text enhancer
Oils and such
Handsome prints?
Frick collection
Decoration
Corots, Monets and such
Humorist Buchwald
Monet's mastery
Part of MoMA
With 15 Down, atelier
Comedian Carney
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Guggenheim display
Hermitage collection
Knack
Museum piece or pieces
Piece by Matisse
Pop and op follower
Word with pop or folk
Work in oil
1998 Tony-winning play about a painting
Creative effort
Creative result
Film, literature, dance, etc., collectively
Fine endeavor?
Jasper Johns' field
Uffizi offering
Monk on the grid
Public hanging?
Whistler's work
Trickery
Sculptures, e.g.
Paintings, etc.
Matisse's pieces
Facility
Works on walls
Word with pop or op
Paul's singing partner
Carney or Garfunkel
Works on walls
Whistler's work
Trickery
Sculptures, e.g.
Paintings, sculpture, etc.
Paintings, etc.
Matisse's pieces
Facility
"The stored honey of the human soul": Theodore Dreiser
Getty contents
Obsolete form of "to be"
Pastels and such
Jackie's co-star
Verb in a famous Juliet line
El Prado collection
Word with glass or house
Wall hanging
See 20-Across
Paul's singing partner
Louvre display
Display at the Met
(clue unnecessary)
"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
"... but is it ___?"
Statuary and murals
Jackie's costar
Gallery array
Comic Carney
Canvas product
Gallery display
Works on the wall
Works in frames
Works in a museum
Word with film or form
Some hang-ups
Graffiti, sometimes
Etchings, etc.
Auction merchandise
"...but is it __?": Kipling
Met offering
Museum content
-- deco
School subject
Curator's hang-ups
College major
"In ___ economy is always beauty": Henry James
Op or pop
Pop ___
"A jealous mistress," according to Emerson
Auction merchandise
"...but is it __?": Kipling
Works in the Prado
Creative ability
Public hanging?
Paul's singing partner
Op or pop
Gallery sight
Earth's core?
Curator's concern
Creative course
Columnist Buchwald
Mobile, e.g.
Paintings and sculpture
Paintings and sculptures
Mobiles, e.g.
___ Deco
Workmanship
Serious hang-ups?
Public hanging
Piece by Matisse
It may be framed
Dance, e.g.
"... but is it ___?"
Guggenheim display
Tony-winning play of 1998
Works on the wall
Works in frames
Word with film or form
Some hang-ups
Graffiti, sometimes
Cunning
Etchings, etc.
Matisse's mastery
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Etchings, etc.
Former "Jeopardy!" host Fleming
Graphics
It may be lost or dying
Work in oil
Sculpture, e.g.
Sculpture garden pieces
Paintings and such
Miros, Miros on the wall?
Craftsmanship
Craft
College major
Carney or Garfunkel
Hanging at The Met
Mobiles and murals
___ deco
Superior skill
"Untitled No. 4," e.g.
Word with op or pop
Trickery
Singer Garfunkel
Guggenheim display
Tatum of jazz
Show piece
Singer Garfunkel
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Columnist Buchwald
"The ___ of the Deal" (Trump book)
"But is it ___?"
Freer things
Murals and collages
Murals and mobiles
Museum contents
Uffizi display
Jackie and Audrey co-star
Tate collection
Pop or Dada
Pastels, e.g.
Met display
Exhibited things
Busts inside a museum
"Jeopardy!" host Fleming
Collectibles, collectively
Life imitator
Prints, pastels, etc.
"... but is it ___?": Kipling
"Wherefore ___ thou..."
Class with models
Exhibit material
Alex's predecessor
Work on a wall
_____ deco
"Dogs Playing Poker," supposedly
Field of 52-Across
Linkletter or Buchwald
Verb in the first line of "The Lord's Prayer"
"A jealous mistress": Emerson
Fine work
Expertise
Exhibit material
Class with models
"Wherefore ___ thou..."
"... but is it ___?": Kipling
Expertise
Fine work
Work on a wall
Broadway show about a white canvas
High school elective
Museum display
Part of MoMA
Subject for students at Pratt
Buchwald or Garfunkel
Subjective skill
Expertise
Hockney output
Illustrations
Louvre affair?
Painting or sculpture
Pianist Tatum
Skill
Special talent
Murals and the like
Guggenheim Museum display
Best Play of 1998
Jazz pianist Tatum
Redskins great Monk
1998's 69-Across
Science alternative
Gallery hangings
Focus of some exhibits
Politics, some might say
California Democratic Party Chairman Torres
1998 Tony-winning play about a painting
Impressive skill
Craftsmanship
Cleverness
Craft or skill
Painter's work
Skilled technique
Tate display
With 31 Across, '20s style
__ deco
Actor Carney
Goyas gift
Journalist Buchwald
The A in MOMA
___ deco
Some Sotheby's offerings
Gallery offering
Stereotypically easy course
Principles
"...wherefore ___ thou..."
Paintings, statues, etc.
Type of works?
Paul's partner, for a time
If it's a bust, it still may qualify as this
Biblical verb
Former "Jeopardy" host Fleming
Sotheby's stock
Oils and watercolors
Louvre display
Frame filler
Conversation, for some
Paul's harmonizer
Paintings and prints
Creative ability
Archaic verb form
Paul's singing partner
Interpretive dance, e.g.
College major
Class in which posers are presented
13-Down's output
Expertise
Rodins, Monets and such
Bach's "The ___ of Fugue"
See 4-Down
Pastels and such
High school elective
Guggenheim display
Cunning
Prints and such
It might be fine
Paul's ex-singing partner
This was heisted from the theme words!
Mr. Garfunkel
1998 Tony winner
Trump's "The ____ of the Deal"
Talent
It might be modern
Paintings, e.g.
Museum offering
He played Ed on "The Honeymooners'
Cunning
Emcee Linkletter
Louvre affair?
High-school course
Oils and the like
Trump's modest autobiography "The ___ of the Deal"
1998 Tony winner
Trump's "The __ of the Deal"
Branch of learning
Canvases
Canvasses sometimes
Sculptures and such
Louvre fare
Honeymooners Carney
Louvre display
Easel display
Special knack
With 28 Down TV doctor
Museum content
"Honeymooners'" "Ed"
Fine work
Graffiti, to some
Watteau work
Pop or op follower
Paul's partner, once
Graffiti, to some
Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
This puzzle's theme
Skill of the masters
Louvere contents
Murals and the like
Picasso's field
Sculpture, e.g.
See 54 Across^AR
Titian work
Watteau work
Gallery fare
Louvre oeuvre
Kahlo's field
Carney or Buchwald
With 22 Across, Football Hall of Fame tackle
Kind of film director
It's not science
Tunesmith Garfunkel
Louvre item
Louvre contents
Knack
Jackie's costar
Garfunkel
Gallery sight
Blakey on drums
Pop follower
Paintings and such
Music or dance
Guggenheim display
Garfunkel or Carney
1998 Tony-winning play
"Wherefore __ thou . . ."
"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
Part of MOMA
Trickery
Word with collection or critic
Louvre piece
Football great Monk
Creative output?
Creative output
Skill of the masters
Murals and the like
It comes after wherefore, in a Shakespeare line
Garfunkel or Linkletter
"...but is it ___?"
Wyeth work
Tate collection
Kind of deco
Decorative elements
Oils and busts and such
Paintings
Garfunkel
"___ is a jealous mistress": Emerson
Carney or Buchwald
Carney or Linkletter
Life imitator
Tatum or Buchwald
Op ___
Word before song or glass
Output from Lichtenstein
MOMA offering
Columnist Buchwald
Decorative elements
Alex's "Jeopardy!" predecessor
Expertise
Dexterity
Paintings and such
Ingenuity
Pollack piece
Op or pop follower
Museum pieces
Monet's mastery
Skill
Met offering
Mastery
Hang it all!
Quaker verb
Feat of Klee?
Humorist Buchwald
Op or Deco
Carney or Linkletter
Corregio creations
Ingenuity
Know-how
Museum contents
Actor Malik
Craft
Pop and op follower
Shamsky of the Amazin' Mets
Show piece
Pop follower
"The lie that enables us to realize the truth": Picasso
Graffiti, to some
Monet supply?
Pop follower
Word with form or film
Bach's "The___of the Fugue"
Dance or drama
Cartoonist Sansom
With 52-Down, 20's-30's design
Museum pieces
Cleverness
Feat of Klee?
Picasso's mastery
Canvases
Ancient Iranian
Bosch product
Verb for thou
Titian's work
Mr. Linkletter
"...but is it _____?"
Shell or Buchwald
School subject
Jazz's Pepper or Tatum
Wiles
Paul's singing partner
Trump's "The _____ of the Deal"
Murals and the like
Mr. Buchwald
High school class
_____ Deco
Uffizi contents
Wile
Bonsai, for one
Camp activity
Garfunkel or Carney
Graphic creation
Graphic work
Record-holding N.F.L. receiver _____Monk
Legacy of Aaron Douglas
Arp's field
Jujitsu, e.g.
Rubens's métier
William Corcoran endowment
With 25 Down, decorative style
Carney
Expertise
Kandinsky's output
The "A" in MOMA
Garfunkel
Frick content
Tatum or Garfunkel
Creative work
Esthetic pursuit
Hockey's ___ Ross Trophy
Tate offering
Freer offering
Topic of an Emerson essay
"'Tis all thou ___ . . . ": Pope
It hangs in the Louvre
Engraving, for one
Corcoran offering in Washington, D.C.
Magritte's field
Tate display
MOMA display
Film or song preceder
Buchwald or Carney
MOMA offering
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Corcoran offering
Linkletter
Linkletter or Carney
Jazz pianist Tatum
Garfunkel or Linkletter
Freer display
Brushwork?
Op or Pop
Music, for one
Ballet, e.g.
Berenson's subject
Freer Gallery display
Craft's relative
Carney or Garfunkel
"Robust ___ alone is eternal": Gautier
Buchwald or Garfunkel
"___ is I: Science is We": C. Bernard
Actor Carney
Creative outlet
Tatum of jazz
Tate treasures
Sculpture or woodcarving
Buchwald or Linkletter
Branch of learning
An investment, perhaps
Sculpture, e.g.
___ Nouveau
Pianist Tatum
Composing, e.g.
Music or painting
Blakey or Tatum
Helen Frankenthaler's forte
Buchwald
Chagall's forte
Dramaturgy, for one
Cinematics, e.g.
Carney or Buchwald
Tate treats
Freer display at D.C.
Picasso's forte
Carney
Museum theme
Skill
Bonsai or origami
Investment, for some
Cunning or finesse
It's longer than life
J. S. Copley's forte
School subject
Garfunkel
Guggenheim offering
Kind of gallery
Forte of Joseph Turner
Calligraphy, for one
Skilled execution
Uffizi display
Depiction of the beautiful
Tennyson's "The Palace of ___"
Fauvists' forte
Gainsborough's forte
Canaday's subject
School class
Composing, for one
Word with op or pop
Newspaper department
Dramaturgy is one
Display for some galleries
Dance is one
Dadaist's interest
Offering at the Uffizi
Carney or Tatum
"___ is long . . . ": Longfellow
Uffizi marvels
Esthete's interest
Origami, e.g.
Manly ___ of self-defense
Talent
Pitti Palace attraction
Painting, e.g.
Kind of deco
Mobiles, e.g.
Pop or modern
Dance or music, e.g.
Cultural field
"___ is long . . . "
Music, e.g.
Finesse
Archaic verb
Study field
Wall décor
Sculpture, for one
Pastime for Carney
Creative skill
"The ___ of Loving"
Statuary, etc.
Sculpture, etc.
Paintings, sculpture, etc.
Oils, etc.
Museum offering
Craftsmanship
One of the humanities
Rembrandts
Painting or sculpture
Man's nickname
Poetic verb.
Wherefore ___ thou?
Knack.
Carney.
Creativeness.
Poet's verb
Poetic verb form.
Skill.
Wyeth's work.
Expression of beauty.
Dexterity.
Craft.
Carney, for one.
Verb used with "thou."
Newspaper department.
Pop, for example.
School subject.
Type of collector.
Warhol's field.
Op or pop.
Gallery displays.
Seeming simplicity.
Kind of song.
Human ingenuity.
College course.
Cultural pursuit.
School course.
Magazine department.
Opera, as a form.
"___ thou weary?"
Studied action.
Stratagem.
School study.
Museum material.
Cunning.
High school course.
Department of a newspaper.
Creative work.
Museum specialty.
Paintings.
Guile.
Department of a magazine or newspaper.
Work of ___.
Wile.
Creativity.
Branch of learning.
Study course.
Work of genius.
Actor Carney.
Biblical verb.
Louis Tiffany's field.
Picasso's work.
Branch of knowledge.
Diverse field.
Sculpture, for instance.
Mr. Linkletter.
Mr. Carney.
Trade.
Comical Carney.
Comedian Carney.
A $64,000 subject.
Poetic form of "to be."
Workman's cunning.
Cleverness in contrivance.
Museum pieces.
Man's nickname.
Gleason's pal.
Gleason's friend.
Gallery work.
Product of creative work.
Gallery ornament.
Eisenhower hobby.
Principles of a trade.
Type of song.
A trade or its principles
TV's Mr. Linkletter.
"It's pretty, but is it ___?"
Freer's collection.
"Imitation of nature."
Avocation for busy statesmen.
Duveen's specialty.
Grandma Moses' field.
Hobby Winnie and Ike share.
M. Rouault's field.
Work of Georgia O'Keeffe.
___ lovers.
Ingenuity.
Duveen's forte.
Ruskin's theme.
Louvre attraction.
___ gallery.
Raoul Dufy's forte.
Museum of Modern ___.
57th Street specialty.
Ruskin's field.
Pitcher Houtteman.
Skilled workmanship.
Whistler's forte.
Ruskin's study.
Facility.
Product of skill and taste.
Part of "to be."
A science.
Surrealism, to surrealists.
Duplicity.
Calling.
Mastery.
Esthetics.
Principles of a craft.
Aptitude.
"It's pretty, but is it ___?"—Kipling.
Finesse.
Mastery in works of taste.
Skillful ?? of knowledge.
Busts, e.g.
Cartoonist Spiegelman
Class where you'll gain perspective
Dance, e.g.
Etching, e.g.
Hoppers, e.g.
It might be a bust
It's a bust, maybe
Some installations
Mobiles, say
Photos or photorealist paintings
Prints
Skill
With 5-Down, lead singer of Everclear
"___ begins with resistance - at the point where resistance is overcome" (Andre Gide)
With 26-Across, type of eraser
"Zen and the ___ of Motorcycle Maintenance"
"A revolt against fate" per André Malraux
"___ is never finished, only abandoned": Leonardo da Vinci
Auction merchandise, sometimes
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