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Word: ART

The word ART has appeared in at least 2991 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""'Tis all thou ___... "": Pope"
"""... but is it ___?"""
"""... but is it ___?"": Kipling"
"""... wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"""
"""... wherefore ___ thou"""
"""... wherefore ___ thou..."""
"""...but is it ___?"""
"""...but is it ___?"": Kipling"
"""...wherefore ___ thou..."""
"""A Picasso or a Garfunkel,"" according to The Barenaked Ladies"
"""A jealous mistress"": Emerson"
"""A lie that makes us realize truth"": Picasso"
"""A lie that makes us realize truth,"" according to Picasso"
"""A lie that makes us realize truth,"" per Picasso"
"""A revolt against fate"" per Andr
"""A veil, rather than a mirror,"" per Oscar Wilde"
"""A work of ___ is a confession"": Camus"
"""All ___ is but imitation of nature"": Seneca"
"""All nature is but ___"": Pope"
"""And he said, Who ___ thou?"" (Ruth 3:9)"
"""But is it ___?"""
"""Dogs Playing Poker,"" supposedly"
"""Either plagiarism or revolution,"" according to Gauguin"
"""Either plagiarism or revolution,"" per Paul Gauguin"
"""Fine"" subject"
"""Honeymooners'"" ""Ed"""
"""House Party"" host Linkletter"
"""How Great Thou ___"""
"""If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds"": Ovid"
"""Jealous mistress,"" to Emerson"
"""Jeopardy!"" host Fleming"
"""Life doesn't imitate ___, it imitates bad television"": Woody Allen"
"""Making something out of nothing and selling it,"" per Frank Zappa"
"""Mrs. Robinson"" name"
"""Nature concentrated,"" per Balzac"
"""Not what you see, but what you make others see,"" per Degas"
"""Of all lies, ___ is the least untrue"": Flaubert"
"""Our Father, who ___ in Heaven"""
"""Our Father, who ___ in heaven..."""
"""Paris Street, Rainy Day,"" e.g."
"""Pop"" and ""op"" follower"
"""Robust ___ alone is eternal"": Gautier"
"""Science made clear"": Cocteau"
"""The Honeymooners"" Carney"
"""The ___ of Cross-Examination"" (1903 Francis L. Wellman book)"
"""The ___ of War"" (2000)"
"""The ___ of the Deal"""
"""The ___ of the Deal"" (Trump book)"
"""The ___ of the Deal"" by Donald Trump"
"""The ___ of the Fugue,"" completed by Bach in July 1750"
"""The ___ of the Novel"" (Milan Kundera essay collection)"
"""The lie that enables us to realize the truth"": Picasso"
"""The lie that enables us to realize the truth,"" according to Picasso"
"""The most intense mode of individualism that the world has known"", per Oscar Wilde"
"""The only way to run away without leaving home,"" per Twyla Tharp"
"""The proper task of life,"" per Nietzsche"
"""The proper task of life,"" to Nietzsche"
"""The signature of civilizations"": Beverly Sills"
"""The signature of civilizations,"" per Beverly Sills"
"""What Is ___?"" (Tolstoy essay)"
"""What garlic is to salad, insanity is to ___"": Augustus Saint-Gaudens"
"""Wherefore --- thou..."""
"""Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"""
"""Wherefore ___ thou... """
"""Wherefore ___ thou..."""
"""Why ___ thou cast down, O my soul?"" (Ps. 42:5)"
"""Without ___, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable"": Shaw"
"""Zen and the ___ of Motorcycle Maintenance"""
"""___ Gallery of Ontario"""
"""___ begins with resistance - at the point where resistance is overcome"" (Andre Gide)"
"""___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection"": Cervantes"
"""___ hath an enemy called Ignorance"": Ben Jonson"
"""___ is I: Science is We"": C. Bernard"
"""___ is a jealous mistress"": Emerson"
"""___ is both the taking and giving of beauty"" (Ansel Adams)"
"""___ is long... """
"""___ is long... "": Longfellow"
"""___ is never finished, only abandoned"": Leonardo da Vinci"
"""___ is to console those who are broken by life"": Van Gogh"
"""___ is where you find it."" - Warhol"
"""___ thou weary?"""
"""___ washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life"": Picasso"
'... but is it ___?'
'A jealous mistress': Emerson
"'A jealous mistress,' according to Emerson"
"'An attempt to bring order out of chaos,' per Sondheim"
'But is it ___?'
"'Either plagiarism or revolution,' per Gauguin"
'In ___ economy is always beauty': Henry James
'Om is where the ___ is'
'Our chief means of breaking bread with the dead': Auden
'The ___ of Loving'
"'The only way to run away without leaving home,' per Twyla Tharp"
'The stored honey of the human soul': Theodore Dreiser
'What Is ___?' (Tolstoy work)
'Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?'
(clue unnecessary)
-- Deco
-- deco
"1959 Masters champ ___ Wall, Jr."
1980s avant-garde synth band ___ of Noise
1998 Tony winner
1998 Tony winner for Best Play
1998 Tony-winning play
1998 Tony-winning play about a painting
"A ""harmony parallel to nature,"" per Paul C
"A jealous mistress, per Emerson"
A word with thou
Accompaniment for copy
Actor Carney
Aesthete's love
Aesthetic guy
Aesthetic objects
Aesthetic pursuit
Aesthetic quality
Album ___ (designs on a record's cover)
"Alex's ""Jeopardy!"" predecessor"
Alto sax legend Pepper
"An investment, perhaps"
Ancient Iranian
Andrew Mellon collection
Another high school course
Apt name for a painter
Archaic verb
Archaic verb form
Are in the Bible?
"Are, earlier"
Arp's field
Atelier occupant's output
Atelier output
Auction category
Auction merchandise
"Auction merchandise, sometimes"
"Auction offering, maybe"
Auction offerings
"Bach's ""The ___ of Fugue"""
"Bach's ""The___of the Fugue"""
"Ballet, e.g."
Barnes Foundation pieces
Berenson's subject
Best Play of 1998
"Best Play the year ""The Lion King"" won Best Musical"
Biblical verb
Blakey of jazz
Blakey on drums
Blakey or Clokey
Blakey or Tatum
Blakey or Tatum of jazz
Bonsai or origami
"Bonsai, for one"
Book illustrations
Bookstore section
Bosch product
Branch of learning
Branch of learning.
Bristol's City Museum & ___ Gallery
Broadway show about a white canvas
Buchwald
Buchwald or Carney
Buchwald or Garfunkel
Buchwald or Linkletter
Busts and such
"Busts in a museum, e.g."
Busts inside a museum
Busts inside a museum?
"Busts, e.g."
"Busts, oils, etc."
"Busts, perhaps"
"Busts, say"
California Democratic Party Chairman Torres
"Calligraphy, for one"
Camp activity
Canaday's subject
Canniness
Canvases
"Canvases, say"
Canvasses sometimes
Caricatures and such
Carney
"Carney in ""Roadie"""
"Carney of ""The Honeymooners"""
Carney or Buchwald
Carney or Fleming
Carney or Garfunkel
Carney or Linkletter
Carney or Tatum
"Carney, for one."
Carney.
Cartoonist Sansom
Cartoonist Spiegelman
Carvings and such
Certain collectibles
Certain hangings
Certain high school class
Charcoals and such
"Cinematics, e.g."
Class during which a kindergartner might finger-paint
Class for model students?
Class in which posers are presented
Class that will teach you how to put things in perspective
Class where you'll gain perspective
Class with a studio
Class with crayons
Class with models
Cleverness
Clip ___
"Clip ___ (""Get Your War On"" source material)"
Clip or pop follower
"Collage, e.g."
"Collagist's creation, say"
"Collectibles, collectively"
"Collector's collection, perhaps"
College course.
College major
Columnist Buchwald
Comedian Carney
Comic actor Carney
Comical columnist Buchwald
"Composing, e.g."
"Composing, for one"
Connoisseur's collection
"Constructing crossword puzzles, arguably"
"Conversation, for some"
Corcoran offering
"Corcoran offering in Washington, D.C."
"Corots, Monets and such"
Corregio creations
Counterpart of science
Craft
Craft's kin
Craft's relative
Craft.
Craftsmanship
Creation found in tar?
Creative ability
Creative class
Creative course
Creative effort
Creative endeavor
Creative enterprise
Creative expression
Creative knack
Creative material
Creative outlet
Creative output
Creative output?
Creative pursuit
Creative result
Creative skill
Creative technique
Creative work
Creative work.
Creative works
Creativeness.
Creativity.
Critic's concern
Crystal Bridges asset
Cultural expression
Cultural field
Cultural hang-up?
Cultural hang-ups?
Cultural pursuit.
Cultural work
Cunning
Cunning.
Curator's canvases
Curator's charges
Curator's concern
Curator's forte
Curator's hang-ups
Dadaist's interest
"Dali display, say"
Dal
Dance is one
Dance or drama
"Dance or music, e.g."
"Dance, e.g."
Deco preceder
Decoration
Decorative elements
Decorative material
Decorator's concern
"Deer Tick ""___ Isn't Real (City of Sin)"""
"Degas display, e.g."
Department of a newspaper.
Depiction of the beautiful
Designer's major
Dexterity
Dexterity.
Dilettante's love
Discipline
Display at the Getty
Display at the Louvre
Display at the Met
Display for some galleries
Display on the wall
Displays on the wall
Dramaturgy is one
"Dramaturgy, for one"
Drawing class
Drawing room subject
Earth's core?
Easel display
El Prado collection
Elective course
Elementary class with crayons
Elementary school class
"Emerson's ""jealous mistress"""
Emily Carr output
"Engraving, for one"
Esthete's interest
Esthete's thing
Esthetic pursuit
"Etching, e.g."
Etchings et al.
"Etchings, etc."
"Etchings, for example"
"Etchings, paintings, etc."
Everclear's Alexakis
Ex-Redskin great Monk
Exhibit found in this puzzle's four longest answers
Exhibit material
Exhibit stuff
Exhibit stuff?
Exhibit subject
Exhibited matter
Exhibited things
Exhibition offering
Exhibition stuff
"Expensive auction purchases, often"
Expertise
Expression of beauty.
Expressive creation
Facility
Fauvists' forte
Feat of Klee?
Field for Manet and Monet
Field for Robert Indiana or Georgia O'Keeffe
Film or song preceder
"Film, literature, dance, etc., collectively"
Fine endeavor?
Fine or folk follower
Fine subject
Fine work
Finesse
"Finger painting, e.g."
First name among NFL owners
Fleming or Garfunkel
Fleming or Shell
"Fleming, once of ""Jeopardy"""
Focus of Robert Hughes's criticism
Focus of some exhibits
Follower of thou?
Football great Monk
"Former ""Jeopardy!"" host Fleming"
"Former ""Jeopardy"" host Fleming"
Former NFL head coach Shell
Fragonard's forte
Frame filler
Frame works
Frame works?
Framed work
Framed works
Framework?
Frameworks?
Freer Gallery display
Freer display
Freer display at D.C.
Freer offering
Frick collection
Frick content
Funny Carney
Gainsborough's forte
Gallery acquisitions
Gallery collection
Gallery contents
Gallery display
Gallery displays.
Gallery draw
Gallery exhibits
Gallery fare
Gallery fill
Gallery filler
Gallery goods
Gallery hanging
Gallery hangings
Gallery inventory
Gallery items
Gallery objects
Gallery offering
Gallery opening?
Gallery pieces
Gallery showing
Gallery sight
Gallery wares
Gallery work
Gallery works
Gallerygoer's love
Galley contents
Garfunkel
"Garfunkel of ""Carnal Knowledge"""
Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Garfunkel or Carney
Garfunkel or Linkletter
"Garfunkel, for one"
"George's phony name on Seinfeld, ___Vandelay"
Getty Museum pieces
Getty Museum purchase
Getty collection
Getty contents
Getty display
Getty feature
Good name for a painter
Goyas gift
"Graffiti, e.g."
"Graffiti, sometimes"
"Graffiti, to some"
"Graffiti, to some sensibilities"
Grant Wood work
Graphic creation
Graphic display
Graphic subject
Graphic work
Graphics
Great skill
Grid great Monk
Group of Seven offering
Guggenheim Museum display
Guggenheim contents
Guggenheim display
Guggenheim offering
Guggenheim procurement
Guggenheim stuff
Guile.
Gumby creator Clokey
Hall-of-Famer Shell
Handsome prints?
Hang it all!
Hang it up?
Hanging display
Hangings seen by millions
He and Paul harmonized
He had the job before Alex
"He played Ed on ""The Honeymooners'"
"He was ""Tom"" to Paul's ""Jerry"""
He was Ed to Jackie's Ralph
He was Tom to Paul's Jerry
"Heist target, sometimes"
Helen Frankenthaler's forte
Hermitage collection
Hermitage holdings
High school class
High school course
High school course.
High school elective
High-school class
"Hitting, some would say"
Hockey's ___ Ross Trophy
Hockney output
"Homers, e.g."
Honeymooners Carney
Hopper's field
"Hoppers, e.g."
Human ingenuity.
Humanities major
Humorist Buchwald
"If it's a bust, it still may qualify as this"
"If it's a bust, it still qualifies as this"
Illustrations
Illustrative material
"Imitator of life, it's said"
Impressionist's output?
Impressive skill
Inexact field
Ingenuity
Installation material
"Installation, e.g."
"Installation, say"
Institute of Musical ___ (Juilliard's original name)
Interior decorator's concern
Interior decorator's suggestion
"Interpretive dance, e.g."
"It ""enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time"": Merton"
It can be kinetic
"It comes after wherefore, in a Shakespeare line"
It comes before I choke
It could be fine
It hangs around in some impressive buildings
It hangs in the Louvre
It may be a bust
It may be abstract
It may be fine
It may be framed
It may be hung
It may be kinetic or abstract
It may be lost or dying
It may be modern
It may be modern or martial
It may be there for its own sake
It may get framed and then hung
It might be a bust
It might be fine
It might be fine and great at the same time
It might be framed
It might be modern
It might imitate life
"It's ""anything you can get away with,"" according to Marshall McLuhan"
"It's ""not what you see, but what you make others see"": Degas"
"It's a bust, maybe"
It's at the Getty Museum
It's been framed!
"It's been framed, often"
It's framed and then hung
It's hung with care
It's in five places in this puzzle
It's longer than life
It's not science
It's often framed
It's often left hanging
It's sometimes a bust
It's sometimes abstract
It's usually hanging around somewhere
Its definition is often debated
J. S. Copley's forte
Jackie and Audrey co-star
Jackie and Audrey costar
Jackie's '50s co-star
Jackie's co-star
Jackie's costar
"Jackie's partner, on classic TV"
Jasper Johns' field
Jazz drummer Blakey
"Jazz great Blakey, Pepper, or Tatum"
Jazz great Tatum
Jazz pianist Tatum
Jazz's Pepper or Tatum
Jazz's Tatum
Jazzman Tatum
Jenny Holzer or Matthew Barney outpuT
"Joe Strummer ""Rock ___ and the X-Ray Style"""
Johns work
Journalist Buchwald
"Jujitsu, e.g."
Kahlo's field
Kandinsky's output
Kandinskys and Pollocks
Kind of deco
Kind of film director
Kind of gallery
Kind of song.
Klee pieces
Klee's output
Klee's work
Knack
Knack.
Know-how
La la lead in <--
Lascaux cave attraction
Latte image
Legacy of Aaron Douglas
Legal hangings?
Lichtenstein's field
Lichtenstein's forte
Lichtenstein's love
Life imitator
"Life imitator, so it says"
Linkletter
Linkletter of TV
Linkletter or Buchwald
Linkletter or Carney
"Linkletter or Garfunkel, e.g."
"Linkletter who hosted TV's ""House Party"""
"Literature, for example"
Lord's Prayer verb
Lost ___
Lots at some auctions
Louvere contents
Louvre affair?
Louvre contents
Louvre display
Louvre exhibit
"Louvre exhibits, collectively"
Louvre item
Louvre lure
Louvre oeuvre
Louvre piece
Louvre treasures
Lucky cave find
MOMA display
MOMA offering
MOMA part
MOMA word
Magazine department
Magazine department.
Magritte's field
"Making crosswords, some say"
Man of craft
Man's nickname
Manet works
"Manets and Monets, e.g."
Manly ___ of self-defense
Masterpiece in a museum
Masterpieces in a museum
Mastery
Mastery in works of taste
Matisse's mastery
Matisse's pieces
Matter of aesthetics
Met acquisition
Met display
Met field
Met filler
"Met murals, e.g."
Met offering
Met stuff
Michelangelo's field
"Miro image, e.g."
"Miro, Miro on the wall"
"Miro, Miro on the wall?"
"Miros, Miros on the wall?"
Mir
MoMA part
MoMA's A
Mobiles and murals
"Mobiles, e.g."
"Mobiles, for instance"
"Mobiles, say"
"Mobiles, stabiles, etc."
Modern ___
Modern hang-ups?
Modern hangings
Monet supply
Monet supply?
Monet works
"Monet's ""Water Lilies,"" e.g."
Monet's forte
Monet's mastery
"Monets and Manets, e.g."
"Monets, Manets and such"
Monk on the grid
Mosaics or topiary
"Mosaics, for instance"
Mr. Buchwald
Mr. Garfunkel
Mr. Linkletter
Much of what is auctioned at Sotheby's
Mural or sculpture
Mural or statue
Murals and mobiles
Murals and such
Murals and the like
"Murals, e.g."
Museum acquisition
Museum acquisitions
Museum attraction
Museum collection
Museum content
Museum contents
Museum display
Museum fare
Museum filler
Museum material.
Museum offering
Museum opening?
Museum piece
Museum piece or pieces
"Museum piece, often"
Museum pieces
Museum purchases
Museum showing
Museum specialty.
Museum stuff
Museum theme
Museum topic
Museum works
Music is a form of it
Music or origami
"Music, e.g."
"Music, e.g. (sometimes)"
"Music, for one"
"Music, paintings, etc."
Musée d'Orsay display
NEA concern
NEA's concern
NFL Hall of Famer Donovan
NFL receiving great Monk
NHL Hall of Famer Ross
"Navajo silverworking, e.g."
Newspaper department
Newspaper department.
"Noise music, to some"
Non-science?
Notoriously hard thing to define
Objet d'___
"Obsolete form of ""to be"""
Oeuvre in the Louvre
Offering at the Uffizi
Official's fake first name?
Oil field?
"Oil on a wall, for example"
Oils and busts and such
Oils and etchings
Oils and pastels
Oils and such
Oils and watercolors
Oils et al.
"Oils, busts, etc."
"Oils, e.g."
"Oils, etc."
"Oils, for instance"
"Oils, say"
"Old ""Jeopardy!"" host Fleming"
One of the humanities
Onetime singing partner of Paul
Op ___
Op or Deco
Op or Pop
Op or Pop follower
Op or pop
Op or pop follower
Op or pop.
"Opera, as a form."
"Origami, e.g."
Output from Lichtenstein
Output of Renoir or Monet
Output of Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso's field
Painting or sculpture
"Painting, e.g."
"Painting, for example"
Paintings
Paintings and prints
Paintings and sculptures
"Paintings and sculptures, for example"
Paintings and statues
Paintings and such
"Paintings of horses, per Jack Donaghy on ""30 Rock"""
"Paintings, e.g."
"Paintings, etc."
"Paintings, photography, etc."
"Paintings, sculpture, etc."
"Paintings, sculptures and such"
"Paintings, sculptures, etc."
"Paintings, statues, etc."
Paintings.
Part of MOMA
Part of MoMA
Pastels and such
"Pastels, e.g."
Pastime for Carney
Paul Simon partner Garfunkel
Paul's '60s-'70s singing partner
Paul's ex-singing partner
Paul's harmonizer
"Paul's harmonizer, but not so much on their recent tour"
Paul's harmonizing partner
Paul's pal
Paul's partner
Paul's partner in harmonies
Paul's partner in song
"Paul's partner, once"
"Paul's partner, once and again"
Paul's performing pal
Paul's performing partner
Paul's singing cohort
Paul's singing partner
Paul's singing partner in the '60s
Performance ___
"Photographs, paintings, etc."
Photos or photorealist paintings
"Photos, paintings, sculpture, etc."
Pianist Tatum
Picasso output
Picasso piece
Picasso's field
Picasso's mastery
Picassos and Pissarros
"Picassos, e.g."
Pictures on the wall
Piece by Matisse
Piece of Pollock?
"Pitching, for example"
Pitti Palace attraction
Play centered around a completely white canvas
Poet's verb
Poetic verb form.
Poetic verb.
Poetry or painting
PokerPages contributor Santella*
"Politics, some might say"
Pollack piece
Pollock's work
Pop ___
Pop and op follower
Pop follower
Pop or Dada
"Pop or abstract, e.g."
Pop or modern
Pop or op follower
"Pop, for example."
"Popular vodka, briefly"
"Portrait, for example"
Portraits and such
"Portraits, e.g."
Prado display
Prado pieces
Principles
Prints
Prints and paintings
Prints and posters
Prints and such
"Prints, pastels and such"
"Prints, pastels, etc."
"Prints, pastels, paintings, etc."
Prowess
Public hanging
Public hanging?
Public hangings
Public hangings?
Quaker verb
"Queens of the Stone Age ""The Lost ___ of Keeping a Secret"""
Raiders' former coach Shell
Ravens owner Modell
Realm of Athena or Minerva
Realm of beauty
Record-holding N.F.L. receiver ___Monk
Redskins great Monk
"Relief, e.g."
Rembrandts
Renoir output
Renoirs and Rembrandts
Robert Indiana's field
Rock star's gallery display
Rockers ___ Brut
"Rodins, Monets and such"
Ross or Rooney
Rubens's m
School class
School course.
School department
School study.
School subject
School subject that helps kids think creatively
School subject.
Science alternative
"Sculpted figure, for example"
Sculpture garden pieces
Sculpture or woodcarving
"Sculpture, e.g."
"Sculpture, etc."
"Sculpture, for instance"
"Sculpture, for one"
"Sculptures and installations, e.g."
Sculptures and oils
"Sculptures and paintings, e.g."
Sculptures and such
"Sculptures, e.g."
"Sculptures, oils, etc."
"Seduction, for example"
Seeming simplicity.
Serious hang-ups?
Shakespearean verb
Shamsky of the Amazin' Mets
Shamsky of the Miracle Mets
Shell or Buchwald
Show piece
Simon's Garfunkel
Singer Garfunkel
Singing Garfunkel
"Sketches, e.g."
Sketchy subject?
Skill
Skill of the masters
Skill.
Skilled execution
Skilled workmanship
Smock-wearer's class
SoHo loft output
Some Sotheby's offerings
Some auction offerings
Some busts
Some collectibles
Some costly hangings
Some exhibited work
Some hang-ups
Some hangings
Some installations
Some is fine
Some public hangings
Something famously impossible to define
Something off the wall?
Sometimes it's a bust
Song or dance
"Song or dance, e.g."
Sotheby's domain
"Sotheby's pieces, often"
Sotheby's stock
Special knack
Special skill
Special talent
Spiegelman.
"Standards-based education casualty, often"
State-of-the-___
"Statuary, etc."
Statues and sculptures
Statues and such
Stereotypically easy class
Stereotypically easy course
Story accompanier
Stratagem.
Studied action.
Studio output
Study course.
Study field
Stuff in a museum
Stuff left hanging?
Subject for students at Pratt
Subject of a hanging without a trial
Subject of many coffee table books
Subject of much patronage
Subjective skill
Summer camp activity
Superior skill
"Surprising discovery at the Lascaux cave that's 17,000 years old"
"Swinging a golf club, to some"
TV personality Linkletter
TV's Fleming or Ulene
Talent
Tate Modern display
Tate collection
Tate display
Tate offering
Tate treasures
Tate treats
Tate works
Tatum of jazz
Tatum or Garfunkel
Technique
"Tennyson's ""The Palace of ___"""
Text enhancer
"The ""A"" in MOMA"
"The ""A"" in MoMA"
"The ""A"" of MoMA"
"The ""her"" in Beethoven's question ""Who comprehends her?"""
"The ""she"" in Oscar Wilde's ""She is a veil, rather than a mirror"""
The A in MOMA
The A of MOMA
This puzzle's theme
This was heisted from the theme words!
Thou follower
Tisch topic
Titian work
Titian's work
Tom Jones collaborators ___ of Noise
Tony winning play
Tony winning play of 1998
Tony-winning play of 1998
Topiary or origami
Topic of an Emerson essay
Trickery
"Trompe l'oeil, e.g."
"Trump's ""The ___ of the Deal"""
"Trump's modest autobiography ""The ___ of the Deal"""
Tunesmith Garfunkel
Two-time SNL musical guest Garfunkel
Type of collection at the Huntington Library
Type of collection or class
Type of collector.
Type of studio
Type of works?
Uffizi collection
Uffizi contents
Uffizi display
Uffizi marvels
Uffizi offering
Upscale office d
Van Gogh's forte
"Verb before ""thou"""
Verb for thou
Verb in a famous Juliet line
Verb in a question from Juliet
"Verb in the first line of ""The Lord's Prayer"""
"Verb used with ""thou."""
"Verb with ""thou"""
Verb with thou
"Verb with thou, perhaps"
"Verb with thou, sometimes"
Wall d
Wall hanging
Wall hangings
Wares at some fairs
Warhol works
Warhol's field.
Warhol's work
Watteau work
Watteau works
Well-honed skill
"What life imitates, so it's said"
What some collectors collect
What you'll find in a museum
Wherefore ___ thou?
Whistler's field
Whistler's work
Whitney offering
Wile
Wile.
Wiles
Wiliness
William Corcoran endowment
Wonders on the wall
Word after clip or martial
Word after clip or pop
"Word before or after ""thou"""
Word before or after thou
Word before song or glass
Word following fine or folk
"Word with ""clip"" or ""martial"""
"Word with ""collection"" or ""class"""
"Word with ""collection"" or ""critic"""
"Word with ""nouveau"" or ""deco"""
"Word with ""op"" or ""pop"""
"Word with ""thou"""
Word with collection or class
Word with collection or critic
Word with film or director
Word with film or form
Word with fine or line
Word with form or film
Word with form or supplies
Word with glass or house
Word with modern or cave
Word with nouveau or deco
Word with op or pop
Word with pop or folk
Word with pop or op
Word with rock or song
Work in a museum
Work in a studio
Work in frames
Work in oil
Work of ___
Work of ___.
Work of genius.
Work on a wall
Work on a wall?
Workmanship
Works at a fair
Works at a museum
Works at an exhibit
Works at the Getty
Works in a gallery
Works in a museum
Works in an atelier
Works in frames
Works in the Prado
Works on a wall
Works on a wall?
Works on the wall
Works on the wall?
Works on walls
"Works on walls, perhaps"
Works on walls?
Works out in a museum
Wyeth's work.
You can see it at London's Tate Gallery
___ Basel
___ Deco
"___ Fleming (former ""Jeopardy!"" host)"
___ Gallery of Ontario
___ Garfunkel
"___ Lloyd: ""Our Gang"" cinematographer"
___ Nouveau
___ Vandelay (George Costanza pseudonym)
"___ Vandelay, recurring fake ""Seinfeld"" character who turns out to be a real judge in the final episode"
___ deco
___ nouveau
___ of Noise
___ song (recital tune)
___ studio
Creative skill
Knack
Works at a museum
Tate works
With 60 Down New Deal-era style
Busts e.g.
Caricatures e.g.
Part of MOMA
Caricatures e.g.
Part of MOMA
Caricatures e.g.
Part of MOMA
Caricatures e.g.
Part of MOMA
Caricatures e.g.
Part of MOMA
Expressive activity
Expressive activity
Exhibition offering
“What you can get away with” according to Andy Warhol
Auction merchandise sometimes
Works at a museum
‘If ___ reflects life it does so with special mirrors’: Brecht
Sculpture or scrimshaw
Gallery collection
It hangs around museums
Museum focus
Verb for Juliet
Curator's concern
Louvre fill
Gallery fill
Paul's partner in song
Gallery contents
Mobile, for instance
Museum display
Museum exhibit
Craft
Partner's painting
Mobiles, e.g
Picasso's creation
Klee's forte
Works at a gallery
Dadaist's field
Museum offering
Gallery display
Gallery display
Louvre fill
Gallery display
Cunning
Exhibit stuff
Gallery contents
Gallery display
Manet's mastery
Gallery display
Craft
Partner’s painting
Cunning
It may be framed
Museum subject
Busts and such
Singer, ... Garfunkel
Museum feature
Picasso's field
Gallery fill
Craft
Partner's painting
Museum offering
Curator's concern
Trickery
"The lie that enables us to realize the truth": Picasso
Word with op or pop
Illustrations
Masterpiece, work of ...
Clip or cave follower
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
Painting %26 sculpture
Sculpture, e.g.
Gallery exhibit
Skill
Hideaway flushed out by intense skill
Display at the Getty
Curator's focus
Legendary Linkletter
"The only serious thing in the world," per Oscar Wilde
Museum's offering
Illustrations
Illustrations
Popular tune's familiar name
Skill
Paintings & sculpture
Craft
Partner's painting
Object of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist
Craft
Partner's painting
Museum acquisition
He's got the knack
Curator's focus
Paintings & sculpture
Works in a gallery
Skill
Trump's "The ___ of the Deal"
Craft
Partner's painting
Museum piece
High school class
'The supreme ___ of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting': Sun Tzu
Critic's concern
Curator's concern
Works at a museum
Oils, e.g.
Skill
Museum focus
Creative class
Paintings
Emerson's "jealous mistress"
Work on a wall
Gallery display
Museum stuff
Skill
Gallery display
'The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations': Orson Welles
Auction pieces, often
Gallery showing
Museum display
Illustrations
Cunning
Tate Modern attractions
Picasso's creation
Picasso's creation
Gallery fill
Skill
Charcoal pieces, e.g.
Curator's focus
Part of MoMA
Illustrations
Skill
Museum focus
Paintings
Part of MoMA
Emit gas, but not loudly - that's cunning
Skill
Museum contents
17,000-year-old find in France's Lascaux cave
'___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection': Cervantes
This puzzle's theme you can get behind
Gallery contents
Valuable collection, for some
Museum contents
Skill
Skill
Special talent
Skill
With 59-Across, the Chrysler Building's style
Museum focus
Illustrations
Partner’s painting
Craft
Watercolor work
Sculptures, e.g.
Masterpiece, work of ...
Renoir's skill
Monarch (5)
Sovereign for stationery item (5)
Carney or Garfunkel
Illustrations
English river (4)
A victory on a river (4)
Picasso's field
Gallery display
Tate Modern display
Works in a salon
Magazine illustrations
Craft
Partner's painting
Museum offering
Sculpture or painting
Craft
Partner's painting
Illustrations
Music or painting
Skill
Museum subject
With 45-Down, some drawing rooms
Craft
Partner's painting
Museum contents
Framed stuff
Craft
MoMA part
Gallery display
Sculpture, e.g.
Human creativity
"So vast is ___, so narrow human wit": Alexander Pope
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
Singer Garfunkel
Museum focus
Manet's forte
Masterpiece, work of ...
Gallery display
''Wherefore __ thou Romeo?''
Skill
Are you no longer painting?
Gallery display
Gallery filler
Dealmaking, some say
Gallery contents
Gallery fill
Gallery exhibit
Craft
Partner's painting
Trump's "The ___ of the Deal"
Gallery stuff
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery display
Curator's collection
Curator's concern
Gallery works
Mobiles, stabiles, etc.
Picasso's creation
Gallery display
Craft
Partner's painting
Skill
Skill
Gallery display
Museum offering
Warhol's works
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery display
Topiary or origami
Skill
Calligraphy, e.g.
Gallery fill
Part of MoMA
Craft
Partner's painting
Skill
Gallery contents
What we have 'in order not to die of the truth,' per Nietzsche
Lithographs and etchings
Masterpiece, work of ...
Singer, ... Garfunkel
Creative class
"The creation of beauty," per Ralph Waldo Emerson
Skill in spear throwing
Skill
Seascapes, statuary et al.
Curator's focus
Work of ___ (38-Across, e.g.)
Paintings, sculptures, etc.
Hotel lobby hangings
Van Gogh Museum display
Wall hangings
Curator's concern
LeRoy Neiman's realm
Museum stuff
"The ___ of the Deal"
Picasso's field
Museum subject
Illustrations
MoMA part
Museum offering
Skill
Sculptures, e.g
Works at a gallery
Curator's focus
Museum focus
Skill
'All ___ is autobiographical': Fellini
''The child of Nature,'' per Longfellow
Craft
Skill
Tax rate is to be cut periodically with skill
Illustrations
Artist's output
It may be a bust
He's got the knack
Klee output
Sculpture, e.g.
Skill
Gallery exhibit
Illustrations
Museum subject
Sculptures and mobiles
Louvre collection
Paintings & sculpture
It's said to conceal itself
Craft
Partner's painting
Creative skill
Gallery display
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Skill
'The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations': Orson Welles
Museum contents
1994 stage play by Yasmina Reza
Singer Garfunkel
Still life, e.g
Works on walls
Expertise concealed by McCartney
Mobiles, stabiles, etc.
Gallery fill
His skill is nominal
Craft
Partner's painting
4-Down contents
Pop __
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
____ Irwin ( Canuck baseball glove inventor)
Class with smocks
Gallery display
Works in a gallery
Bust, maybe
Curator's concern
Gallery offering
Garfunkel or Blakey
Word after op or pop
Museum collection
Skill
Louvre contents
1998 Tony-winning comedy
Craft
Partner's painting
With 1 Down, retro style
Skill
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery exhibit
Co-star of Jackie on "The Honeymooners"
Curator's focus
Renoir works
Tate Modern display
He's got the knack
Skill
Web designer's major, often
MoMA part
Louvre collection
Critic's concern
Oil field?
Critic's concern
Illustrations
National Gallery attraction
Painting & sculpture
Op or pop
Sculpture, paintings, etc.
Craft
Partner's painting
Picasso's creation
Curator's focus
Museum focus
Skill
Works in a gallery
Creative works
*Tattoos
"Wherefore ___ thou ..."
Craft
Partner held painting
Skill
College major
College major
Museum filler
Framed works
Prado offerings
What's displayed at the Louvre
Carney or Linkletter
Museum filler
Creative technique
Skill
School subject
Expensive pictures
Some busts
Knack
Handiwork
Bonsai or origami
Singer Garfunkel
Gallery display
Skill
Guggenheim display
Museum focus
High-school class
Trickery
It might be hanging in a frame
Gallery works
Graffiti, to some
Craft
Partner's painting
Stuff at a gallery
Verb with 'thou'
Class with models
Sculpture, paintings, etc.
1994 stage play by Yasmina Reza
Picasso's field
Hanging decor
National Gallery of ___ (museum in Washington, DC)
Pop and op follower
Painting or music
Museum stuff
Getty oil, e.g
Paintings, sculptures, etc
Masterpiece, work of ...
"A jealous mistress": Emerson
Skill
Jazz pianist Tatum
Museum exhibit
Picasso's field
"A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde
Monets and Manets
Visual creations
Painting or sculpture
"The signature of civilizations," per Beverly Sills
What Renoir and Rembrandt created
Gallery work
Michelangelo's field
Sculptures and paintings, for example
Curator's focus
Museum subject
Fine piece of earthenware?
Class with smocks
Wall hanging
Domain of 38-Across and 8-Down
Museum display
Craft
Partner's painting
Skill
Museum offering
O'Keeffe's forte
Guggenheim Museum display
Sisley's forte
Part of MoMA
Skill
Picasso's output
Framed work
It's often left hanging
Word after "op" or "pop"
Painting & sculpture
Museum exhibit
Shaw's ''magic mirror''
Carney, to pals
Craft
Film preceder
Music or painting
'Nature is the ___ of God': Dante
Skill
Music or sculpture
Output from van Gogh
Photography or drawing, for example
Masterpiece, work of ...
"Are," centuries ago
Metropolitan Museum of ___
Illustrations
Museum stuff
Skill
Sculpture, e.g.
Prints, paintings and pastels
Somerset House display
Skill
___ Institute of Chicago (cultural attraction)
What's better when it's fine?
Museum exhibit
Gallery display
Don in "Cocoon"
Oils and such
"How Great Thou ___" (traditional hymn)
Skill
Gallery display
Part of LACMA
Picasso's field
Works on walls, say
Cunning, finding time to supplant king in vessel
Illustrations
Skill
Gallery display
"The creation of beauty is __": Emerson
It can be a bust
Museum contents
Collages and such
Oils and such
Gallery exhibit
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Skill
Rembrandt's specialty
Stuff in museums
Paintings, sculpture, etc.
Gallery hangings
Music or painting
School course
Trickery
Exhibit subject
Picasso's creation
Skill
Gallery display
Museum display
Mobiles and murals, e.g.
Skill
Prado display
Picasso's creation
State-of-the-___ (modern and high-tech)
It is 'either plagiarism or revolution,' per Paul Gauguin
Skill
Muse's concern
___ nouveau
Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Creative output
Museum focus
Museum offering
Rembrandt's specialty
Creative works
The "A" of "MOMA"
Frick collection
Skill
Paintings
Ed on "The Honeymooners"
Gallery fill
Paintings, sculptures, and the like
Van Gogh's forte
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Skill
Craft
Partner's painting
Visual creations
Picasso's output
School class with easels and smocks
Paintings
Murals, sculptures, etc
Skill
Paintings
Carney or Garfunkel
Pollock piece
Gallery contents
Illustrations
Works on walls
'What you can get away with,' according to Andy Warhol
Museum subject
Louvre collection
___ Deco (style commonly seen in Miami)
Picasso's field
Word that can follow "pop" or "op"
It may be framed
Illustrations
Van Gogh creation
Paintings
Frescoes and murals
Carney or Garfunkel
Singer, ... Garfunkel
Creative skill
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery contents
Museum display
Oils and such
Skill
Knack
More of an ___ than a science
Monet's forte
Biblical verb
Paintings & sculpture
Picasso's field
It's sometimes a bust
Author Buchwald
Tate Modern display
Museum offering
Skill
It may be hung on the wall
Knack
Craft
Partner's painting
Handiwork
Thou follower, often
__ show
Mr. Buchwald
Museum focus
Skill
Latte topper, perhaps
Museum's collection
Gallery focus
Masterpiece, work of ...
Curator's collection
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery piece
Works in a museum
New York's Museum of Modern ___
Display on museum walls
College major
Painter's work
Carney or Linkletter
It may be framed
Warhol's work
Picasso's forte
Gallery hangings
Hotel lobby display
What you'd see at the Tate Modern or the Louvre
Craft
Partner's painting
Creation of works of beauty
Paintings, e.g.
Galsworthy's ''universal refreshment''
Paintings
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Sculpture, e.g.
Museum focus
Paintings, sculpture and the like
Paintings and sculpture
Gallery exhibit
Curator's topic
"Without tradition, ___ is a flock of sheep without a shepherd": Winston Churchill
Cunning
Monet works
It's often left hanging
Monet creation
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
Gallery display
Gallery display
Painting or music
Museum sight
Tate Modern display
Skill
It's frequently framed
Museumgoer's passion
Museum sight
Curator's concern
With 72-Across, 1920s-'30s design style
Carney or Monk
Columnist Buchwald
Museum display
Skill
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Illustrations
Museum focus
"The ___ of Racing in the Rain" (Garth Stein novel)
Illustrations
Gallery display
Handiwork
It might be a bust
Marbles in museums
Trickery
Museum offering
Gallery exhibit
"All ___ is a kind of confession, more or less oblique": James Baldwin
It might be a bust
It's often left hanging
It might be abstract or conceptual
College major
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
Gallery offering
Painting or music
Work of ___ (museum item)
Skill
Craft
Partner's painting
The cunning a rat can show
____ deco
Word with "collection" or "class"
Craft
Partner's painting
"But is it ___?"
Lost ___
Museum display
Museum focus
Creative field
Sculpture or painting, for example
"O Brother, Where ___ Thou?" (Coen brothers' film)
Special talent
Paintings, etchings, etc.
Tate Modern display
Skill
Tate Modern offering
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Gallery buy
Auction buy
Gallery pieces
What visitors see at the Getty or Guggenheim
Actor Carney who played Ed Norton on "The Honeymooners"
Gallery fill
Monet's field
Skill
Singer Garfunkel
Gallery exhibit
Works on walls
Mobiles and murals
Creative works
To get one right takes skill
Louvre contents
TV host Baker
Paintings
Skill
Sculptures and paintings, for example
Rembrandt's field
Hoppers, e.g.
Skill
Portrait or landscape
What painters create
Museum display
"I've got it down to a fine ___"
Prada contents
Matisse's field
Some Sotheby's offerings
Graffiti, to some
Museum display
Illustrations
Wall hanging
Notoriously hard thing to define
Museum focus
New York's Museum of Modern ___
Museum display
Author Buchwald
Ballet, basketry et al.
Museum attraction
Museum contents
Music or literature
Creative work
Work on a wall, maybe
Skill
Calder's field
___ Deco
Picasso's creation
Works on walls
Gallery exhibit
Workmanship
Linkletter or Garfunkel, e.g.
It "should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable," according to a saying
Wall cover
"A jealous mistress": Emerson
Museum sight
Renoir's forte
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
Museum collection
Museum display
Craft
Partner's painting
It's for its own sake, per the MGM motto
Creative work
Louvre filler
"A lie that makes us realize truth," according to Picasso
Mosaics and tapestries, for example
Van Gogh's field
Curator's concern
Actor Carney
Masterpiece, work of ...
Skill
Gallery display
Illustrations
Skill
Little chap sometimes said to conceal himself
Capital of Epirus, Greece
Gallery display
Gallery display
Museum piece or pieces
Picasso's field
Gallery collection
Museum focus
Skill
Creative major
Craft
Partner's painting
Van Gogh made it
Guggenheim display
Degas' output
Tate Modern offering
Skill
Valuable stuff that is often appraised
Word with modern or cave
"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid
Illustrations
Craft
Partner's painting
He has a certain cunning
Louvre exhibit
1994 stage play by Yasmina Reza
Knack
Gallery display
Aesthetic expression
Painting & sculpture
Rembrandt's output
Museum contents
Tate Modern offering
Gallery display
Museum focus
Prada contents
Museum display
Museum display
"But is it ___?"
Handicraft
Busts, e.g.
It "lives from constraints and dies from freedom," per Leonardo da Vinci
Gallery display
Collection at the Louvre
Museum contents
Gallery hangings
Critic's topic
MoMA part
Craft
Gallery display
Howe who managed the Astros, A's, and Mets
Works at a museum
"The ___ of War" Wesley Snipes action flick,
The "A" of MoMA
Curator's focus
Gallery filler
Museum focus
Louvre display
"The ___ of Racing in the Rain" (2019 film based on a Garth Stein novel)
Picasso's field
Picasso's field
"Either plagiarism or revolution," to Gauguin
Skill
Actor Carney
Gallery display
Gallery hangings
Gallery display
Singer, ... Garfunkel
Sotheby's showing
Livener of an empty wall
Skill
Met display
Paintings, sculptures, and so on
Crossword constructing, e.g. (no, really!)
Sculpture or painting
"Science made clear," per Jean Cocteau
Museum offering
“The elimination of the unnecessary,” per Picasso
Skill shown in spectacular theatre
Mr. Garfunkel
Pollock piece
Dali's work?
Host Fleming
Museum holdings
Prints, e.g.
Skill
Museum focus
Warhol work
''Fine'' creations
Music or painting
Mural or sculpture
Gallery offering
Louvre collection
Skill
Paintings
Works in a studio
Pieces displayed in a museum
Some auction offerings
Museum sight
Musician Garfunkel
Creative pursuit
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Tate Modern display
Skill
Prado offerings
Wall hangings
Museum collection
Rembrandt's works
Work on a wall
___ & Antiques (magazine)
Sculpture, e.g.
Public hanging?
TV's Linkletter
Guggenheim display
Picasso's forte
Painting or music
Prints and such
Museum pieces
Gallery hangings
Onetime singing partner of Paul
Elementary school class with finger paints
Louvre display
Paintings and sculpture
Dramaturgy is one
Collages, e.g.
Display at the Getty
Works on a wall
Much graffiti
Skill
Work of ___ (painting, for example)
Ad agency department
Museum subject
Met displays
Fingerpainting, to a tot
Part of MoMA
Warhol's field
Technique
Gallery display
The "A" in MoMA
Met acquisition
Humanities major
Class for creative sorts
Skill
Specialty of Picasso
Gallery exhibit
Van Gogh's field
See 30 Down
Museum display
Monet offering
Frick collection
Museum display
Glassblowing, e.g.
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Piece by Matisse
Piece by Matisse
Picasso's field
Carvings, e.g.
Word after "op" or "pop"
Craft
Partner's painting
State-of-the-__
Humorist Buchwald
Atelier output
It might be framed
"Wherefore — thou Romeo?"
College major for a sculptor, perhaps
Finesse
Pop ___ (style associated with Andy Warhol)
Cunning
Picasso's creation
Wiliness
Museum display
Museum find
Music or sculpture
Part of 28-Down
Gallery showing
Curator's concern
Oils and such
"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid
Painter's work
Museum focus
Auction purchase
Skill
It may be framed
Garfunkel or Carney
Museum offering
Picasso's creation
Museum display
Skill
Gallery display
Gallery objects
State-of-the-___
Craft
Picasso's specialty
Gallery display
Host Linkletter
Works in a studio
Gallery contents
Carney or Linkletter
Skill
Guggenheim holdings
Painting & sculpture
Curator's concern
Dance, e.g.
Skill
Monet's output
Museum focus
Class with easels, clay, and paints
Ben Hur's little brother, one may imagine?
Gallery display
It may be framed
Museum display
Works in a museum
Type of collection
College major
Basquiat made it
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Museum filler
Works by Kahlo and O'Keeffe
Handiwork
Without which earth is just "eh"?
Louvre display
Statuary, for instance
It may be framed
Picasso's field
___ Appreciation (college course)
Painter's output
Footballer Donovan
Etsy buy
Gallery offering
Statues and such
Louvre collection
Museum offering
Frick collection
Gallery objects
Picasso's output
Craft
Partner's painting
Works on walls
?
___ school (place for aspiring painters)
School course
Guggenheim display
Skill
Paintings
Painting class
First verb in the Lord's Prayer
Frick collection
Literature is a form of ___
Kimberly Drew's field
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Rembrandt's specialty
Mobiles and murals, for example
Museum offering
"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
Gallery fill
Skill
Gallery exhibit
Museum display
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Music or sculpture
Shakespeare’s second person to be in drama, say
Ancient Iranian
Fine print, say
Whistler’s field
Decorator's purchase
Museum collection
Borghese patronized it
Music or sculpture
Sculpture, e.g.
Gallery display
Masterpiece, work of ...
Museum offering
Curator's stuff
Skill
Skill
Subject of many a coffee table book
Gallery exhibit
What you'd see at the Getty Center or the Louvre
Monet's forte
High school class
Paintings & sculpture
Museum display
Museum works
It might be in a frame
The "A" of MoMA
Paintings
Work of ___
Gallery hangings
Type of collection
Paintings, sculptures, and such
Museum's purchase
Museum display on walls
Rembrandt's field
Curator's expertise
Auctioned pieces
Auction purchase
Borghese patronized it
Gallery product
Auction buy
Craft
Gallery display
Great skill
Mr. Carney
Murals, pottery, and sculptures, for example
Museum pieces
Gallery hangings
Painting or music
Exhibits at an exhibition
Skill
Skill
Works in a gallery
It's often left hanging
Fridge decoration
Gallery fill
What MoMA knows best?
"A lie that makes us realize truth," per Picasso
Displays on walls
Football great Donovan
Portrait or sculpture
Skill
Louvre collection
Warhol work
Monet's forte
Museum subject
Masterpiece, work of ...
Craft
Paintings and prints
Etsy buy
Van Gogh creation
Skill
Creative endeavor
Skill
Gallery buy
Warhol's forte
Mr. Linkletter
Musician Garfunkel who performed with Paul Simon
Gallery display
Carney or Linkletter
Gallery fill
Museum focus
Curator’s focus
Louvre collection
What's displayed at many museums
Intriguing discovery in a cave
Museum display
Decorative piece
Body __
Calligraphy, e.g.
Leave just the bottom half in painting
Museum focus
Works in a studio
Illustrations
Gallery fill
Class with easels, clay, and paints
Collages, for instance
Gallery hangings
Original "Jeopardy!" host Fleming
Prada contents
Murals or sculptures
Bookstore section
Paintings, e.g.
"The ___ of Racing in the Rain" (2019 film starring Milo Ventimiglia)
Murals and such
Pollock piece
Illustrations
Metropolitan Museum of ___
Objects of appreciation?
Comic Carney
Museum display
Works in a museum
Museum display
Word after "concept" or "conceptual"
Gallery wares
Domain of 38-Across and 8-Down
Word before glass or house
Picasso's field
What Picasso and Rembrandt created
Verb with thou
Picasso's creation
Michelangelo’s field
Special talent
Picasso's forte
Often-framed work
School subject
Museum offering
[[IMAGE]]("Starry Night" is a famous piece of ___)
Author Buchwald
Output from Monet
"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
Cunning little chap?
Gallery stuff
Skill
Gallery display
Topping for some lattes
Creative field
Louvre collection
Elementary school class that might involve clay and markers
It may be framed
Warhol's work
Drawings and paintings, for example
Prado offerings
Dance, e.g.
Carney or Linkletter
Works by Monet and Manet
What curators curate
Gallery display
Museum focus
Handiwork
Apt word within "cartooning"
Creative branch of learning
Masterpiece, work of ...
Framed pictures, perhaps
Museum display
Subject with many projects
Trickery
Louvre collection
Illustrations
Creative major
Craft
Partner's painting
He’s got the knack
What painters make
Class with models
Skill
Museum focus
Skill
State-of-the-___
School subject
Collection held up by magnets on a refrigerator
Works in a salon
Skill
Gallery works
Craft
Partner's painting
Paintings and sculptures
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Gallery display
"The one way possible of speaking truth": Browning
Masterpiece, work of ...
Picasso's field
Paintings and such
Picasso's field
Wall hanging
Stuff from Picasso or Rembrandt
Painting or music
It may be framed
O'Keeffe's forte
Gallery fill
Gallery objects
Museum exhibit
Sisley's forte
Craft
Partner's painting
Robert Pirsig's "Zen and the ___ of Motorcycle Maintenance"
It may be put on a pedestal
Craft
Curator’s concern
Museum offering
Exhibit subject
Michelangelo's field
Gallery fill
Music or sculpture
Word after latte or lost
"If ___ doesn't make us better, then what on earth is it for?": Alice Walker
___ Ross Trophy (award for the NHL's leading scorer)
Craft
Partner's painting
Creation of works of beauty
Part of MoMA
Skill
Creative class
Name for a splash of tar
Word after "performance" or "latte"
Music or painting
Gallery fill
Skill
Skill
Picasso's output
It might be "conceptual" or "abstract"
Record-holding N.F.L. receiver _____Monk
Skill
Museum exhibit
Lost ___ (something creative that isn't done much anymore)
Don in "Cocoon"
"Falsehood can hold out against much in this world, but not against ___": Solzhenitsyn
Sculpture, e.g.
Elementary school class
Output from van Gogh
Museum collection
Borghese patronized it
Gallery fill
Painting or sculpture, for example
Creative field
Singer, ... Garfunkel
State-of-the-___
Kara Walker's field
Museum collection
Museum's purchase
Pictures and such
"The Earth without ___ is just 'eh'"
Many auction items
"The ___ of Racing in the Rain" (Milo Ventimiglia film)
Paintings
Museum display
"This Is What I Know About ___" (Kimberly Drew book)
Museum exhibit
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Rembrandt's specialty
Gallery fill
Gallery display
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery exhibit
Craft
Partner's painting
Real piece of work?
What's displayed in the Louvre
Gallery display
Works at a museum
Dali's work?
Howe who was manager of the Astros, Athletics, and Mets
Museum display
Gallery collection
Creative activity
What "I know it when I see it" usually refers to
Poetic verb
Illustrations
Muse's concern
Focus for some collectors
The Guggenheim collection, for example
"The ___ of War" Wesley Snipes action flick,
Curator’s concern
Museum focus
Trickery
Picasso's creation
School course
Rembrandt's specialty
Skill
Ed on "The Honeymooners"
Masterpiece, work of ...
"Our Father who ___ in heaven ..."
Tate Modern collection
Van Gogh's forte
Museum display
Picasso's output
Museum offering
It may be framed
Carney or Garfunkel
Museum focus
Pollock piece
Photos or photorealist paintings
Piece by Matisse
Field of Frida Kahlo or El Greco
Skill
“The ___ of War”
"Life beats down and crushes the soul, and ___ reminds you that you have one": Stella Adler
Curator’s focus
Wall mural, for example
Met offering
Apt name for a painter
Gallery contents
The "A" of MoMA
Skill
It might be a bust
Something admired by an aesthete
Carney or Garfunkel
Museum focus
Life is short and this is long, per Hippocrates
Skill
Museum collection
Knack
Dance, e.g.
Gallery display
Skill
Monet's forte
Museum focus
Author Buchwald
Picasso's field
Mural or sculpture
Skill
Handiwork
Van Gogh creation
Paintings, sculptures, and such
Mr. Buchwald
Origami, e.g.
Oils and such
Picasso's field
Georgia O'Keeffe's field of expertise
Work of ___
Museum display
"The ___ of Hitting" (book co-written by slugger Tony Gwynn)
The Metropolitan Museum of ___
Museum offering
The "A" in MoMA
Kid's refrigerator display
Craft
Partner's painting
Skill
Prints, pastels, paintings, etc.
Skill
Painter's work
Carney or Linkletter
Gallery fill
Warhol's work
Picasso's forte
Skill
Original "Jeopardy!" host Fleming
"___ is not living. It is the use of living" (Audre Lorde)
The "A" in MoMA
Museum collection
Paintings, e.g.
*Works at a museum
Creation that could be abstract or conceptual
Curator’s concern
Skill
Museum displays
Works on walls
State-of-the-___
Gallery hangings
Skill
Carney of "The Honeymooners"
An oil, maybe
Sculpture, e.g.
Museum sight
Craft
Partner's painting
Gallery exhibit
Louvre collection
Craft
Monet creation
1994 stage play by Yasmina Reza
Five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Donovan nicknamed the "Bulldog"
Curator’s concern
Columnist Buchwald
Pictures, etc., in popular television
Painting or music
Skill
Three-time Super Bowl champion ___ Monk
Gallery fill
Museum sight
Museum focus
Handiwork
Museum focus
Work of ___ (mural, for example)
Masterpiece, work of ...
Skill
Museum display
Skill
Murals or portraits
Gallery offering
National Gallery display
Gallery exhibit
____ deco
It may be framed
Creative field
Illustrations
He's got the knack
Skill
Painting or music
Kahlo’s field
Display at the Louvre
Skill
Special talent
Field with landscapes
Illustrative material
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
Works in a gallery
Illustrations
Museum display
Curator's concern
Word with fine or found
Met pieces
Wall cover
Aesthetic skill
Skill
Museum collection
Gallery buy
Word before "car" or "dealer"
Auction buy
Frida Kahlo's specialty
Monet's field
Gallery exhibit
Part of MOMA
Jade carving, e.g.
"But is it ___?"
Skill
TV host Baker
Museum focus
Singer Garfunkel
Gallery display
Collage or sculpture, for example
___ & Literature (brown category in classic Trivial Pursuit)
Works in a gallery
"The ___ of Racing in the Rain" (Garth Stein novel)
Gallery contents
Rembrandt's field
National Museum of African ___
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
It may be framed
Ink wash painting, e.g.
A word with thou
Museum display
Paintings and such
Wall hanging
Museum display
Works on walls
Museum pieces
Author Buchwald
Painting or sculpture
Origami or manga
Latte ___ (pretty creation by a barista)
It may be framed
Music or literature
Works on the wall
Calder's field
Museum display
Valuable oil, say
Work of creative skill
Louvre piece
Gallery exhibit
Sunflower oil, perhaps?
Gallery display
Met display
Aesthete's interest
Workmanship
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Lady Aiko's field
Skill
Masterpiece, work of ...
Creative work
Oil field?
Renoir's forte
Museum display
Picasso's creation
Watercolors and such
Works on walls
"She has it down to a fine ___" ("She's a pro at this")
Museum sight
Monet's mastery
Actor Carney
Bronze busts, e.g.
Craft
Partner's painting
Creative work
"O Brother, Where ___ Thou?"
Tate display
Works at the Louvre
Van Gogh's field
Gallery fill
Trickery
Felix's passion on "Orphan Black"
Sculptures and paintings, for example
Skill
"The only way to run away without leaving home," per Twyla Tharp
Skill
Museum collection
Museum focus
___ deco
Picasso's field
Paintings and sculpture
Word after "body" or "modern"
"It's more of an ___ than a science"
Knack
Paintings and such
Singer Garfunkel
Aesthetic expression
Degas' output
Louvre exhibit
Handicraft
Gallery display
Prints and such
Word with film or form
Rembrandt's output
Skill
Paintings, sculptures, etc
Graffiti, e.g.
Forger's focus, maybe
Museum of Modern ___
Collection at the Louvre
Gallery fill
Skill
Gallery display
Actor Carney
Gallery display
Gallery filler
Aesthete's interest
Class where a young child might do finger painting
Curator’s concern
Gallery display
"A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde
Museum focus
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Skill
Picasso's field
Hangings at the Guggenheim
It's sometimes a bust
Pictures of the centre of the Earth?
New York's Museum of Modern ___
Gallery display
Sculpture or painting
Life imitator
Gallery fill
Skill
Class where kids do drawing and papier-mâché
High-school class
Pollock piece
Host Fleming
Expertise, or pieces of adroitness
College major
Curator's concern
Skill
''Everything in life is __'': Duchamp
Dali's work?
Pursuit requiring subjects
Museum offering
Mr. Garfunkel
Forger's domain
Creative knack
Creative pursuit
State-of-the-___
Gallery display
Prado offerings
Museum focus
Warhol work
Rembrandt's works
Trickery
Music or painting
"A jealous mistress," per Emerson
Curator’s concern
Skill
Gallery display
Critic’s concern
Museum sight
TV's Linkletter
Picasso's forte
Grade school class with crayons
Jade carving, for example
Museum pieces
Gallery fill
___ & Literature (Trivial Pursuit category)
Skill
Gallery display
Sculpture, e.g.
Picasso's creation
Painting or music
Borghese patronized it
Gee's Bend quilts, e.g.
Paintings on a wall, for instance
Sculpture or mural
Wood works, e.g.
"___, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere": G. K. Chesterton
Some multimillion-dollar auction items
Louvre display
___ gallery
Display at the Getty
Museum focus
Robert Pirsig's "Zen and the ___ of Motorcycle Maintenance"
Paintings and sculptures
Gallery display
Statues, paintings, etc.
Paintings and sculpture
Dramaturgy is one
Fingerpainting, to a tot
Monet offering
Works on walls
Museum display
It could be Impressionist or abstract
Skill
Gallery display
Specialty of Picasso
Gallery exhibit
Museum display
Atelier output
Part of MOMA
Museum focus
Museum offering
Museum display
Works displayed in a gallery
Picasso's field
Cunning
Gallery showing
"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
Museum find
Works on walls
Music or sculpture
Painter's work
Good name for a museum curator?
Auction purchase
Skill
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Picasso's creation
Linocuts and such
Gallery showing
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
Skill
Garfunkel or Carney
Museum offering
Louvre treasures
Host Linkletter
Elementary school class that might involve papier-mâché
Museum display
Photos or photorealist paintings
Carney or Linkletter
Museum of Modern ___
Picasso's creation
Picasso's specialty
Refined oil product?
Gallery display
What a sculptor or painter creates
Gallery contents
Guggenheim collection
Gallery display
Bob Ross creation on "The Joy of Painting"
It might be a bust
Skill
Gallery focus
Word after "fine" or "folk"
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Museum filler
Handiwork
It's found in "apartments"
Robert Pirsig's "Zen and the ___ of Motorcycle Maintenance"
MoMA display
Masterpiece, work of ...
Footballer Donovan
Gallery fill
Woodcuts and watercolors
Gallery offering
Statues and such
Picasso's output
Louvre display
Gallery collection
School course
"A work of ___ that did not begin in emotion is not ___": Cézanne
Picasso's field
Work of ___
Painter's output
Rembrandt's specialty
Word before film and after clip
Museum offering
Prints, pastels, paintings, etc.
Gallery fill
Craft
Wall flowers, maybe?
Gallery exhibit
Skill
Expressive activity, found hanging in a museum
"___ is meant to disturb, science reassures"
Music or sculpture
Choreography or painting
Paintings and ceramics, for example
Creative activity
Graffiti, to some
Gallery hangings
Music or sculpture
Apt name for a sculptor
Skill
"O Brother, Where ___ Thou?"
Monet's forte
Museum piece
Skill
___ Deco
Oils and watercolors
Sculpture, e.g.
Museum offering
"The signature of civilizations," per Beverly Sills
Gallery fill
Gallery exhibit
Singer, ... Garfunkel
'... who ___ in heaven...'
"The ___ of War" Wesley Snipes action flick,
What hangs in many museums
Museum display
Museum display
Dramaturgy is one
Auction purchase
Museum offering
Auction buy
What life imitates
Rembrandt's field
Mr. Carney
State of the ___
Skill
Museum pieces
Glassblowing, e.g.
Chinese calligraphy, e.g.
Gallery product
Pop singer Garfunkel
Great skill
Frick collection
It may be abstract
"Maus" graphic novelist Spiegelman
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Draw in a museum
"___ is not what you see, but what you make others see" (Degas)
Masterpiece, work of ...
Painting or music
State-of-the-___
Creative creation
Football great Donovan
20s/30s furnishing style, ... Deco
"Maus" author Spiegelman
Collection at the Getty Center
Monet's forte
"The Honeymooners" actor Carney
School class with easels and smocks
The most beautiful deception of all, per Debussy
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Gallery buy
Curator’s concern
Warhol work
Warhol's forte
Mr. Linkletter
Contents of many museums
Skill
It's put on display
Skill
Trickery
Illustrations
Gallery exhibit
Van Gogh creation
Carney or Linkletter
Elementary school class that covers primary colors
Skill
Class where kids paint and work with clay
"O Brother, Where ___ Thou?"
Decorative piece
Creative work
Verb after "thou"
Lost ___ (craft that isn't seen much anymore)
Word with fair or film
"Maus" writer/illustrator Spiegelman
Museum display
It might be framed on a wall
Gallery fill
Painting & sculpture
Bookstore section
Paintings, e.g.
Pollock piece
Valuable items in a museum
Gallery fill
Museum material
Skill
Sculpture and drawings, for example
Comic Carney
Word after "fine" or "folk"
Curator’s focus
Merchandise at a gallery showing
Museum collection
Fitting name for a sculptor?
Museum display
Gallery hangings
Mosaics and murals, for example
Pottery or poetry
Special talent
Picasso's forte
Skill
Picasso's field
___ & Literature (brown category in classic Trivial Pursuit)
Museum offering
Apt name for a painter
Picasso's creation
Singer Garfunkel
Author Buchwald
Graffiti or sculpture
"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid
Gallery fill
Class with easels, clay, and paints
School subject
Gallery display
Manhattan's Museum of Modern ___
Gallery display
Output from Monet
Prado offerings
Poetry or painting
Skill
Carney or Linkletter
Oils and such
Met display
"But is it ___?"
Warhol's work
Handiwork
Masterpiece, work of ...
Gallery contents
___ nouveau
Trickery
'... who ___ in heaven...'
He's got the knack
Gallery display
Calligraffiti, e.g.
Class with models
Butter sculptures, for example
Museum display
Impressionist's skill
Cunning
Museum collection
Frida Kahlo portraits, e.g.
Metropolitan Museum of ___
Singer Garfunkel of Simon & Garfunkel
Gallery material
Museum focus
Curator’s topic
Calligraphy, for example
School subject
Illustrator's creation
Oils and such
Gallery fill
Works seen in a museum
Gallery works
Wall hanging
Louvre treasures
Calligraphy, for example
What Basquiat and Bearden made
Gallery fill
Museum piece
Picasso's field
O'Keeffe's forte
Skill
Picasso's field
Sisley's forte
Painting or music
Museum focus
Museum contents
Craft
Class where kids use finger paint or clay
Knack
Museum exhibit
Music or sculpture
Gallery fill
What's on display at many museums
Coffee table book subject
Museum offering
Michelangelo's field
Paintings and such
Verb with thou
Busts, e.g.
Butter sculptures, e.g.
National Gallery of ___ (Washington, DC museum)
Nominal skill
Picasso's field
Skill
Music or painting
Masterpiece, work of ...
Skill
Creation from skill and imagination that conveys a distinct idea
Don in "Cocoon"
Picasso's output
Class with smocks
Creative expression like painting
Museum exhibit
Sculpture, e.g.
Gallery fill
Output from van Gogh
Skill
Piece by Matisse
Ukiyo-e or ceramics, e.g.
Manet's mastery
Garfunkel or Buchwald
Sculptor’s field
Skill
Rembrandt's specialty
___ Deco
Graffiti, e.g.
"A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde

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