“Jesus saves,” declared a bumper-sticker slogan for the Big Bad Boston Bruins of the early 1970s, “and Espo scores on the rebound.” (“Espo”
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The Biblioctopus Catalog can be as entertaining a read as some of the rare and antiquarian books that the Beverly Hills, Calif., shop sells.
When the subject of Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) comes up, most of us think of paintings of oversize cartoons—such as Drownin
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The item pictured here—a miniature model of a 19th-century brush-making machine that could produce tools as small as paintbrushes and as lar
William Secord can tell immediately whether a person likes dogs by how he or she reacts to the notion of dog paintings.
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