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John Quidor.  American, 1801–1881.  The Headless Horseman Pursuing Ichabod Crane, 1858.  Oil on canvas, 26 7/8 × 33 7/8 in.  Museum purchase made possible in part by the Catherine Walden Myer Endowment, the Julia D.  Strong Endowment, and the Director’s Discretionary Fund, 1994.120.  Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.  Photo: Smithsonian American Art Museum / Art Resource, NY

Spooky Images Abound in the Traveling Exhibition 'Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art'



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Left to right: Kikuo Saito, "Monk's Circle," 1987, acrylic on canvas, courtesy of James Fuentes and the Estate of Kikuo Saito; Arthur B.  Carles, "Still Life with Chrysanthemums," c.  1906–10, oil on canvas, courtesy of Avery Galleries

New York's ADAA Art Show Opens Next Week at Park Avenue Armory and Online



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CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES Bear and Ravens on Carcass Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, U.S.A., 2014 The carcass dump at Grand Teton National Park was set up as a safe place away from tourists to discard the bodies of animals that are killed on roads.  A dump might be an unsightly place for most, but it provided photographer Charlie Hamilton James the perfect place to capture an image of bears or wolves with the Teton mountain range in the background.

National Geographic: 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs Exhibition to Open at National Museum of Wildlife Art



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