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842 total results for ART   ( score: 50 )

345 results for ART from Shortz Era puzzles:
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Sun Jan 21, 202487ACounterpart of science, they sayJohn Westwig
Thu Oct 26, 202338ACurator's fieldJohn Donegan
Mon Oct 16, 202336AThe "A" in MoMA (4)Michael Lieberman and Andrea Carla Michaels
Tue Oct 10, 202324AMuseum pieces (2)Nate Cardin
Sun Aug 6, 2023119DLisa Senzel and Jeff Chen
Sat Jul 15, 202337D___ filmJeff Chen
Wed Jul 12, 202361DWord with fine or folkBrooke Husic and Brian Thomas
Tue Jul 4, 202317A"___ is never finished. Only abandoned" (old saying)Barbara Lin
Mon Jun 19, 202319AGallery display (6)David Liben-Nowell
Tue May 9, 20232DApt name for a curatorMargaret Seikel
Sun Apr 9, 202399D"Have you heard about batik? It's a dyeing ___" (groaner)John Ewbank
Mon Mar 20, 202341DMuseum hangingsAdam Vincent
Mon Mar 13, 202336A"___ is a lie that makes us realize truth": PicassoSam Koperwas and Jeff Chen
Sun Mar 5, 202375D"Coming face to face with yourself," per Jackson PollockJohn-Clark Levin
Sun Dec 4, 202294A"___ is never finished, only abandoned": Leonardo da VinciGustie Owens
Thu Nov 24, 202259A___ Deco (3)Pao Roy
Sat Sep 24, 202220A"A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde (2)Martin Ashwood-Smith
Fri Sep 23, 20229DGraffiti, e.g.Erik Agard
Wed Aug 17, 202233DVerb with thou (5)Michael Paleos
Wed Aug 10, 202265DCoffee table book subjectKaren Lurie
Mon Jun 6, 202210D"But is it ___?" (6)Michael Schlossberg
Sat Apr 9, 202245DWord with fair or filmSam Buchbinder
Sun Dec 26, 202163AWord before film and after clipChristina Iverson
Mon Dec 20, 202150A"A work of ___ that did not begin in emotion is not ___": CézanneAnne Rowley
Sat Nov 20, 202157DRefined oil product?Mary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
Sat Oct 30, 20214DLinocuts and suchMichael Hawkins
Mon Oct 25, 202165DGood name for a museum curator?Damon Gulczynski
Mon Sep 27, 20218DPaintings and sculpturesZachary David Levy
Wed Sep 22, 202133ADisplay at the GettyGrant Boroughs
Sat Sep 18, 202139A"___, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere": G. K. ChestertonRyan McCarty
Mon Aug 30, 202128DGrade school class with crayonsBrooke Husic
Thu Aug 26, 202113D"A jealous mistress," per EmersonAshish Vengsarkar
Thu Jun 10, 202143D"The only way to run away without leaving home," per Twyla Tharp (2)Sheldon Polonsky
Sun May 9, 202125DAesthete's interestBrad Wiegmann
Sat Apr 17, 202156DA word with thouLeslie Rogers
Thu Mar 11, 202125AWord with fine or foundLeslie Rogers
Wed Jan 20, 202114AAn oil, maybeNatan Last, Andy Kravis and The J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
Sun Dec 27, 202022AKid's refrigerator displayDaniel Grinberg
Mon Nov 30, 202015ALife is short and this is long, per HippocratesEmma Craven-Matthews
Tue Nov 24, 202035AThe "A" of MoMA (5)Caitlin Reid
Tue Nov 17, 202062D"Life beats down and crushes the soul, and ___ reminds you that you have one": Stella AdlerKyle Dolan
Mon Nov 16, 202027DField of Frida Kahlo or El GrecoJennifer Nutt
Sat Oct 10, 202010DReal piece of work?Brian Thomas
Tue Sep 8, 20208D"Falsehood can hold out against much in this world, but not against ___": SolzhenitsynKevin Christian and Brad Wilber
Sun Aug 23, 202043DCreative classBarbara Lin
Tue Aug 18, 202044A"If ___ doesn't make us better, then what on earth is it for?": Alice WalkerOlivia Mitra Framke
Tue Jun 16, 202062DWhat curators curateAlex Eaton-Salners
Sat May 9, 20205DWord before glass or houseErik Agard and Miriam Estrin
Fri May 1, 202020D"The proper task of life," per Nietzsche (2)Trenton Charlson
Thu Apr 9, 20209DIntriguing discovery in a caveAlex Eaton-Salners
Wed Mar 11, 202034DWhat MoMA knows best?Erik Agard
Tue Mar 3, 202018DWorks in a gallery (3)Lynn Lempel
Fri Feb 28, 202056AExhibits at an exhibitionAimee Lucido
Mon Feb 3, 202012DThe "A" of MoMA (5)Michael Schlossberg
Wed Jan 1, 20206AFirst verb in the Lord's PrayerChristina Iverson and Jeff Chen
Tue Dec 17, 201943DWithout which earth is just "eh"?David Levinson Wilk
Mon Nov 25, 20197DGuggenheim holdingsDaniel Mauer
Thu Oct 31, 201964AWiliness (2)Ezra Brauner and Jeff Chen
Wed Sep 25, 20194DMuch graffitiNatan Last, Andy Kravis and The J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
Sat Sep 14, 201924APrints and such (2)Peter A. Collins
Wed Aug 21, 201950DPrints, e.g.Samuel A. Donaldson
Tue Aug 20, 201913AMuseum holdingsEvan Kalish
Fri Aug 16, 201936D"Science made clear," per Jean CocteauOri Brian
Sun Aug 11, 201960DCrossword constructing, e.g. (no, really!)Alex Eaton-Salners
Wed Aug 7, 201960ALivener of an empty wallJeff Chen
Mon Jul 22, 201919DThe "A" of MoMA (5)Lynn Lempel
Thu Jul 11, 201954AIt "lives from constraints and dies from freedom," per Leonardo da VinciAlex Eaton-Salners
Sun May 19, 201927AIt "should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable," according to a sayingNatan Last
Sun May 12, 201982AWork on a wall, maybeVictor Barocas
Thu May 2, 201972ANotoriously hard thing to defineJulie Bérubé
Sat Mar 9, 201951DLost ___Sam Trabucco
Fri Feb 22, 201910D"All ___ is a kind of confession, more or less oblique": James BaldwinDaniel Nierenberg
Sun Feb 3, 201983ASkill (9)Natan Last
Sat Jan 26, 201949D"Without tradition, ___ is a flock of sheep without a shepherd": Winston ChurchillGrant Thackray
Sun Jan 6, 201979DWorks in a museumZhouqin Burnikel
Thu Dec 20, 20181DBiblical verb (2)Ruth Bloomfield Margolin
Tue Dec 18, 201853AMore of an ___ than a scienceRoss Trudeau
Wed Nov 28, 20189D"What you can get away with," according to Andy Warhol (2)David J. Kahn
Tue Nov 20, 201821AMurals, sculptures, etc.Zhouqin Burnikel
Wed Oct 31, 201852DIt is "either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul GauguinBruce Haight
Sun Sep 16, 201814DWhat's better when it's fine?Joel Fagliano
Sun Aug 26, 201879A"Nature is the ___ of God": DanteOlivia Mitra Framke
Fri Jul 20, 201844AGetty oil, e.g.Robyn Weintraub
Wed Jul 11, 201862AVerb with "thou" (5)Michael Hawkins
Sun Jul 1, 2018103ASinger Garfunkel (2)Sam Trabucco
Sun Jun 24, 201880ASkill (9)Timothy Polin
Sun May 6, 201861DOil field? (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Apr 15, 201886DSkill (9)Alex Bajcz
Thu Mar 29, 201832DBust, maybeClaire Muscat and David Steinberg
Wed Feb 28, 20182DStill life, e.g.Peter A. Collins
Fri Feb 23, 201853A"The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations": Orson Welles (2)Trenton Charlson
Sun Feb 18, 201859DWith 55-Across, big sleepoverElizabeth A. Long
Fri Jan 5, 201819A"All ___ is autobiographical": FelliniNed White
Tue Jan 2, 201848ASculptures, e.g.Zhouqin Burnikel
Tue Dec 12, 201760DWork of ___ (38-Across, e.g.)David J. Kahn
Tue Dec 5, 20176D"The creation of beauty," per Ralph Waldo EmersonHarry Smith and Zhouqin Burnikel
Fri Nov 24, 201724DWhat we have "in order not to die of the truth," per NietzscheBruce Haight and David Steinberg
Wed Sep 27, 20177DDealmaking, some sayJacob Stulberg
Tue Sep 12, 201748ASinger Garfunkel (2)Bruce Haight
Sun Sep 10, 20174D"So vast is ___, so narrow human wit": Alexander PopeBrendan Emmett Quigley
Wed Aug 30, 201719AWith 45-Down, some drawing roomsDavid J. Kahn
Thu Aug 3, 201760DWorks in a salonTimothy Polin
Wed Jun 14, 20174D"___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection": Cervantes (2)Andrew Zhou
Tue Jun 13, 201713D17,000-year-old find in France's Lascaux caveLynn Lempel
Wed May 24, 201713DPart of MoMA (2)Michael Hawkins
Thu Apr 27, 20176D"The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations": Orson Welles (2)Todd Gross
Mon Apr 3, 20176DWorks at a museum (2)Agnes Davidson and Zhouqin Burnikel
Wed Mar 22, 201732D"The supreme ___ of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting": Sun TzuJeffrey Wechsler
Mon Mar 13, 20176DTrump's "The ___ of the Deal" (2)Alan DeLoriea
Thu Feb 9, 201717A"The only serious thing in the world," per Oscar WildeRoss Trudeau
Fri Sep 2, 201652D"What you can get away with," according to Andy Warhol (2)David Liben-Nowell
Tue Jul 5, 20165DPaintings (5)Jules Markey
Mon Jul 4, 20162DWith 38-Across, 1920s-'30s design styleJill Denny and Jeff Chen
Sun May 8, 201629ASlynessDavid J. Kahn
Mon Mar 28, 201633AState-of-the-___Gary Cee
Sat Mar 12, 201640ASomething off the wall?Josh Knapp
Wed Feb 3, 201621D"___ washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life": PicassoTom McCoy
Wed Nov 25, 201523DSomething famously impossible to defineDuncan Kimmel and Clara Williamson
Wed Nov 18, 201562D"Not what you see, but what you make others see," per DegasZachary Spitz
Tue Aug 18, 201518DThe "A" of MoMA (5)Bill Thompson
Mon Jul 13, 20157DPaintings, e.g.Zhouqin Burnikel
Wed Jun 24, 201531D___ studioIan Livengood and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
Wed Jun 17, 201560ASurprising discovery at the Lascaux cave that's 17,000 years oldMolly Young and David J. Kahn
Wed May 27, 201513DMuch of what is auctioned at Sotheby'sJim Quinlan
Fri May 15, 201531AClass for model students?David Phillips
Tue Apr 28, 201542DMurals, e.g.José Chardiet
Mon Mar 16, 20155DField for Robert Indiana or Georgia O'KeeffeIan Livengood
Wed Mar 11, 201535A"___ is to console those who are broken by life": Van GoghDavid Steinberg
Thu Feb 12, 201564AVerb with "thou" (5)Jules P. Markey
Fri Jan 2, 201552A"The proper task of life," per Nietzsche (2)David Steinberg
Thu Jan 1, 201554DSketches, e.g.Jill Denny and Jeff Chen
Mon Dec 8, 20141APaintings and statuesKevin Christian and Andrea Carla Michaels
Sun Dec 7, 20146DIt's often left hanging (4)Jeff Chen
Thu Nov 20, 201445A"Life doesn't imitate ___, it imitates bad television": Woody AllenTimothy Polin
Mon Nov 10, 20144DThe "A" of MoMA (5)Bruce Haight
Fri Oct 31, 201424ASee 21-AcrossMary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
Fri Sep 5, 201453DSee 46-AcrossJoe Krozel
Wed Jul 9, 201422DMobiles, stabiles, etc.Bruce Haight
Wed Jul 2, 201422ACaricatures and suchDick Shlakman and Jeff Chen
Fri May 9, 201454DDomain of 38-Across and 8-DownJames Mulhern
Wed Apr 30, 201455A"The signature of civilizations," per Beverly SillsZhouqin Burnikel
Sat Apr 26, 201455A"A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde (2)Evan Birnholz
Mon Mar 3, 201464DPaintings, sculptures, etc.Andrea Carla Michaels and Michael Blake
Wed Nov 20, 201315ADesigner's majorPeter A. Collins
Mon Sep 9, 201342AWork of ___Gary Cee
Tue Sep 3, 201364AWorks in a gallery (3)Dan Schoenholz
Sun May 12, 201340DAuction categoryDavid J. Kahn
Thu Mar 21, 201331DIt may be fineJeff Chen
Sun Mar 17, 201394AMasteryJ. R. Leopold
Tue Dec 18, 201249A"But is it ___?" (6)Adam G. Perl
Thu Oct 25, 20125D"The only way to run away without leaving home," per Twyla Tharp (2)Caleb Rasmussen
Wed May 30, 201221ASubject of a hanging without a trialDavid J. Kahn
Thu Mar 8, 201226A"___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection": Cervantes (2)Bill Thompson
Fri Mar 2, 201219AInterior decorator's suggestionScott Atkinson
Tue Feb 28, 201225APublic hanging? (4)Randall J. Hartman
Mon Feb 20, 20124D"A work of ___ is a confession": CamusSamuel A. Donaldson
Sun Jan 22, 2012111D"Either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul GauguinAdam Fromm
Sun Jan 1, 20128D"___ hath an enemy called Ignorance": Ben Jonson (2)Patrick Berry
Tue Aug 30, 201152DRealm of beautyBernice Gordon
Fri Jul 29, 201137AField of 33-AcrossPaula Gamache
Tue Mar 8, 201121ASoHo loft outputPaul Hunsberger
Mon Feb 21, 201140A"But is it ___?" (6)Ed Sessa
Sun Jan 30, 2011108DWorks at a museum (2)Kevin G. Der and Jessica A. Hui
Sun Oct 24, 201074DCanvases, sayBrendan Emmett Quigley
Tue Sep 7, 201022AClass with crayonsMaryEllen Uthlaut
Mon Aug 2, 20101DLinkletter who hosted TV's "House Party"Diane Baker van Hoff
Wed Jul 21, 201023ASkill (9)Oliver Hill
Wed Jul 14, 201045A"Making something out of nothing and selling it," per Frank ZappaMichael Black
Sun Apr 18, 201056AStory accompanierRandolph Ross
Thu Mar 18, 201064DMichelangelo's fieldDaniel A. Finan
Mon Mar 15, 20108DThe "A" in MoMA (4)Fred Piscop
Fri Mar 5, 20109D"A lie that makes us realize truth," per PicassoLouis Hildebrand
Wed Dec 23, 200939A"Without ___, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable": ShawJonathan Porat
Sat Dec 19, 200930D"Nature concentrated," per BalzacTyler Hinman and Byron Walden
Wed Dec 9, 200966ASchool departmentPeter A. Collins
Tue Dec 8, 200913AHumorist BuchwaldJoe Krozel
Tue Oct 6, 200931ACarney of "The Honeymooners" (2)Matt Ginsberg
Wed Jul 29, 20096DWorks in a gallery (3)Tim Wescott
Sat Jul 4, 200953ABusts in a museum, e.g.Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Sun Jun 28, 200998AMagazine departmentBarry C. Silk
Thu Jun 11, 200963AKnack (8)Alex Boisvert
Tue May 12, 200949AThe "A" in MoMA (4)Wayne and P. K. King
Sat Mar 21, 200959DIt's appreciated by 31-AcrossRobert H. Wolfe
Wed Feb 11, 200915AWorks on the wall?Richard Silvestri
Tue Dec 23, 20088DTechnique (2)Joe Krozel
Sun Dec 7, 200892AEmerson's "jealous mistress" (3)Jim Page
Fri Dec 5, 200818AIt's often framedJoe Krozel
Thu Nov 27, 20089DUpscale office décorPatrick Berry
Thu Nov 20, 200839A"Either plagiarism or revolution," according to GauguinPete Muller
Tue Nov 18, 200821DElementary class with crayonsRichard Chisholm
Tue Oct 21, 20084DPublic hangings?Randall J. Hartman
Tue Apr 22, 200838AGallery display (6)Nancy Salomon
Mon Apr 14, 20082DMurals and such (2)Christina Houlihan Kelly
Thu Apr 10, 200873AOils, sayDavid J. Kahn
Sun Mar 30, 200878APicassos and PissarrosPaula Gamache
Mon Mar 17, 20088DPicasso outputC. W. Stewart
Sun Feb 24, 200814DKnack (8)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Fri Dec 21, 200731A"Science made clear": CocteauPatrick Berry
Thu Dec 6, 200750AVerb in a question from JulietJoe Krozel
Thu Nov 22, 200710D"All nature is but ___": PopeOliver Hill
Wed Oct 24, 200750DGallery display (6)Patrick Blindauer
Sun Jul 29, 2007114A"What Is ___?" (Tolstoy essay)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Thu Jul 19, 200763DKnack (8)David J. Kahn
Sun Jun 24, 200764ASotheby's domainEric Berlin
Fri Jun 8, 200716A1998 Tony winner for Best PlayRandolph Ross
Wed May 23, 200726A"___ hath an enemy called Ignorance": Ben Jonson (2)Bruce Venzke and Stella Daily
Mon Feb 5, 200711DPaintings (5)Joy C. Frank
Tue Dec 26, 200625DOils, busts, etc.C. W. Stewart
Sun Oct 22, 200656AIt's often left hanging (4)Harvey Estes
Wed Aug 9, 200656D"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid (3)Maxwell H. D. Johnson Jr.
Sun Aug 6, 200665AMatter of aestheticsMark Feldman
Tue Jul 18, 200628D37-Down displayKevan Choset
Fri Jun 2, 200610DIt might be framedJim Page
Thu Nov 17, 200541A28-Across, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
Wed Nov 9, 200538DVerb with thou (5)Ed Early
Tue Nov 8, 200550DKnow-how (5)Gail Grabowski and Nancy Salomon
Mon Oct 10, 20052D"But is it ___?" (6)Holden Baker
Thu Oct 6, 20052D___ nouveauDaniel C. Bryant
Mon Sep 5, 20053DPaintings and suchLynn Lempel
Sun Aug 28, 200592A"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid (3)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Mon Jul 4, 200541APrints, pastels and suchNancy Salomon
Mon Jun 27, 200524ASculptures and oilsKurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
Thu Jun 9, 200532AOil field? (2)David J. Kahn
Sun May 29, 200579ASome hangingsFrank Longo
Mon Apr 18, 20058DSee 7-DownRobert Dillman
Sun Mar 27, 200565DCraft (2)Con Pederson
Tue Feb 15, 200516AColumnist BuchwaldGene Newman
Sat Jan 8, 20055DThe "her" in Beethoven's question "Who comprehends her?"David Levinson Wilk
Thu Dec 16, 200457DObsolete form of "to be"Mike Torch
Mon Nov 22, 200454DThe "A" in MoMA (4)Gregory Paul
Thu Aug 5, 200420AText enhancerSeth Abel
Tue Jul 27, 200425AMurals and such (2)Len Elliott
Thu Jul 22, 200427AHandsome prints?Greg Staples
Mon Jul 19, 200441AGallery display (6)Nancy Salomon and Kendall Twigg
Thu Jul 15, 200427DDecorationRoy Leban
Fri Jul 9, 200428DOils and such (2)David Liben-Nowell
Sun Jun 27, 200486AFrick collection (2)Peter Abide and Steven Kahn
Tue May 18, 200444ACorots, Monets and suchElizabeth C. Gorski
Thu Mar 4, 200430AVerb with thou (5)Patrick Merrell
Tue Dec 30, 200337D"If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid (3)Nancy Kavanaugh
Mon Nov 10, 200327DPaintings (5)Gail A. MacLean
Sun Oct 19, 200364ADance, e.g. (2)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Sat Aug 16, 200351DPublic hanging (4)Manny Nosowsky
Thu Jul 3, 200328ASkill (9)Cathy Millhauser
Tue Jul 1, 200322DWorkmanshipKaren M. Tracey
Sun Jun 29, 200335DSerious hang-ups?Rich Norris
Sat Jun 14, 200348APublic hanging? (4)Manny Nosowsky
Wed Jun 11, 200321A"... but is it ___?" (6)Nancy Salomon
Tue Apr 29, 200338DPiece by MatisseNorma Johnson
Tue Feb 4, 200328AIt may be framed (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sat Jan 18, 200320AIt's often left hanging (4)Harvey Estes
Mon Jan 6, 200320A___ Deco (3)Sarah Keller
Wed Jan 1, 200338DFrick collection (2)Ed Early
Wed Dec 4, 200249DMet display (2)Richard Hughes
Wed Nov 27, 200230DPastels, e.g.Ron O'Hair
Sun Oct 6, 200264DDance, e.g. (2)Myles Callum
Wed Oct 2, 200226DKnow-how (5)Eric Berlin
Wed Jul 31, 200240DBusts inside a museumJerry E. Rosman
Fri Jun 28, 200241AExhibited thingsCharles E. Gersch
Sun Jun 23, 20021D"A jealous mistress": Emerson (2)Eric Berlin
Wed May 8, 200257A"A jealous mistress": Emerson (2)Fred Piscop
Tue May 7, 200242D"Jeopardy!" host FlemingSteven Dorfman
Tue Apr 30, 200234DTate collectionJohn F. Hughes
Thu Apr 11, 200262DPop or DadaGreg Staples
Fri Jan 18, 200236APublic hanging? (4)Manny Nosowsky
Mon Dec 31, 200154AOils and watercolorsNancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Wed Dec 12, 20018DCollege major (2)Peter Gordon
Mon Oct 29, 200126DSotheby's stockRichard Hughes
Wed Sep 12, 200161ALouvre displayPhilip Lew
Thu Jul 12, 200120D13-Down's outputWilliam I. Johnston
Sat Mar 17, 200150AConversation, for someRich Norris
Wed Mar 14, 200138AFrame fillerGreg Staples
Sun Feb 18, 200115D1998's 69-AcrossDavid J. Kahn
Wed Jan 17, 200129DClass in which posers are presentedAlan Arbesfeld
Tue Dec 12, 20008DSee 4-DownNick Grivas
Sun Nov 12, 200091APastels and suchJoe DiPietro
Tue Oct 17, 200023AGallery display (6)Peter Gordon
Sun Sep 10, 200045DKnow-how (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Aug 29, 200029DHigh school electivePeter Gordon
Sat Aug 5, 200026DKnack (8)Manny Nosowsky
Sat Jul 8, 200047AOils and such (2)Randolph Ross
Thu Apr 20, 200063ALouvre affair?Nelson Hardy
Mon Apr 17, 200024APaintings (5)Greg Staples
Sat Apr 8, 200019ACunning (2)Rich Norris
Mon Apr 3, 200045AGuggenheim displayGregory E. Paul
Mon Mar 6, 200037DCollege major (2)Gregory E. Paul
Fri Mar 3, 200063DSkill (9)Joe DiPietro
Tue Feb 1, 200060AIt may be framed (2)A. J. Santora
Mon Dec 27, 199955AMet display (2)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Dec 6, 199943A"Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"Gregory E. Paul
Thu Nov 11, 199934DKnack (8)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Mon Aug 23, 199911DCarney of "The Honeymooners" (2)Nancy Kavanaugh
Fri Aug 20, 199935DTrickeryManny Nosowsky
Sun Aug 1, 1999115DKnack (8)Randolph Ross
Sun Jul 11, 1999104AIt's often left hanging (4)Nancy Salomon
Sat May 15, 199963DPrints and such (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sat May 1, 199963DKnack (8)Rich Norris
Thu Mar 4, 199957APart of MOMA (2)Cathy Millhauser
Mon Nov 23, 199831AOp ___Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sat Nov 7, 199835DWord before song or glassRaymond Hamel
Thu Apr 30, 19986DEmerson's "jealous mistress" (3)Kelly Clark
Wed Apr 29, 199830DDexterityGayle Dean
Wed Apr 15, 199830ALife imitatorMichael S. Maurer
Sat Feb 28, 199821ADecorative elementsDavid J. Kahn
Sat Feb 21, 199825A"___ is a jealous mistress": EmersonRichard Hughes
Thu Dec 11, 199758AQuaker verbTrip Payne
Thu Nov 13, 199731AHang it all!Manny Nosowsky
Mon Oct 27, 199732AMonet supply?Mark Gottlieb
Thu Oct 16, 199722DWord with form or filmBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Oct 5, 1997106AKnow-how (5)Derrick Niederman
Sat Sep 27, 199759ACraft (2)Matt Gaffney
Thu Jul 24, 199732A"The lie that enables us to realize the truth": PicassoRandall J. Hartman
Sun Jun 29, 199779ATechnique (2)David J. Kahn
Sun Jun 8, 199713APop followerRichard Silvestri
Tue May 6, 19974DSkill (9)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Wed Jan 22, 199755AGraffiti, to someJ. Schmalzbach
Tue Oct 29, 199633AGallery display (6)R. J. Hartman
Tue Sep 10, 199657DWith 52-Down, 20's-30's designG. E. Paul
Tue Jul 23, 199622DBiblical verb (2)G. E. Paul
Sun Jul 7, 199624DFeat of Klee?R. H. Wolfe
Thu May 16, 199651ACanvasesF. Longo
Sun Mar 10, 199613DBach's "The___of the Fugue"F. & L. Sabin
Sun Mar 3, 199679AEmerson's "jealous mistress" (3)B. Klahn
Thu Feb 22, 199620AMuseum pieces (2)C. Deodene
Fri Dec 15, 199536APaul's singing partner (2)Harvey Estes
Mon Dec 11, 199531DPaintings (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Oct 25, 199547ADomain of MinervaLarry Nargi
Mon Oct 2, 19951DMr. LinkletterJoy L. Wouk
Fri Sep 15, 199514DSchool subjectMatt Gaffney
Sun Sep 10, 199529DKnow-how (5)David J. Kahn
Thu Sep 7, 19958DKnack (8)Rich Norris
Wed Aug 30, 19958DJazz's Pepper or TatumJohn R. Conrad
Mon Jun 19, 199526A"...but is it ___?" (6)Gregory E. Paul
Thu Mar 30, 19955ASkill (9)Rich Norris
Tue Jan 31, 199561ASkill (9)Albert J. Klaus
Sun Dec 18, 199435DCunning (2)Manny Nosowsky & Bob Klahn
Sun Aug 14, 199488AUffizi contentsDeborah Kathryn Trombley
Thu Aug 4, 199424AMr. BuchwaldJim Page
Mon Jun 13, 199456DTrump's "The ___ of the Deal" (2)John Greenman
Fri Jun 3, 199454DHigh school classNorman S. Wizer
Tue May 17, 199425AMurals and the likeHarvey Estes
Thu Mar 17, 199460DWiliness (2)Jim Page
Mon Feb 21, 199445APaul's singing partner (2)Harvey Estes
Mon Feb 14, 199410D___ Deco (3)Nancy Joline
Tue Dec 21, 199353DRecord-holding N.F.L. receiver ___MonkJanie Lyons
7 results for ART from Variety puzzles:
Oct 16, 2022Diagramless1AWhat's displayed in the LouvreAlex Eaton-Salners
Nov 8, 2015Diagramless80ACreative work ... or a word that can follow the starts of the answers to the five starred cluesFred Piscop
Dec 12, 2010Panda10DAesthetic guyMel Taub
Jul 13, 2008Panda56DIt comes before I chokeMel Taub
Dec 31, 2000AcrosticL"It is ___ only that reveals us to ourselves" (Wilde)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
Mar 21, 1999Panda10DOfficial's fake first name?Mel Taub
Sep 20, 1998Diagramless22APart of MOMAFrank Longo
490 results for ART from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Sat Oct 16, 199315AWileJack JumonvilleTaub
Mon Oct 11, 199360DGraphic workJoy L. WoukTaub
Wed Oct 6, 19939DCamp activityLouis SabinTaub
Thu Sep 23, 199357AGraphic creationBob SefickTaub
Sat May 8, 199345AArp's fieldTap OsbornMaleska
Sun Apr 25, 19938DGarfunkel or CarneyMichael J. ParrisMaleska
Sun Feb 21, 199316DLegacy of Aaron DouglasBert H. KruseMaleska
Wed Feb 3, 199312DBonsai, for oneEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Nov 8, 199243AKandinsky's outputNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Sun Nov 1, 199227ACarneyCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Mon Aug 31, 199222DJujitsu, e.g.Fred TooleMaleska
Sun Aug 2, 199297AWilliam Corcoran endowmentJoy L. WoukMaleska
Tue Jun 16, 19921DSkillMorton B. BraunMaleska
Sun Apr 5, 1992149DFrick collectionWarren W. ReichMaleska
Mon Feb 17, 199263DRubens's métierWilson McBeathMaleska
Tue Feb 11, 199248ASkillAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Feb 5, 19925DWith 25 Down, decorative styleEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Jan 5, 199258DExpertiseJim PageMaleska
Sun Dec 8, 199185ATate offeringBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Oct 27, 199116DTopic of an Emerson essayMary M. MurdochMaleska
Sun Oct 20, 199141DHockey's ___ Ross TrophyCalista LuminatiMaleska
Fri Jul 12, 199124AEsthetic pursuitJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Mon Jun 24, 19917DCreative workDon GroatMaleska
Wed Jun 19, 199138AThe "A" in MOMABetty JorgensenMaleska
Tue Jun 4, 19913DTatum or GarfunkelJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Sat May 25, 199148DGarfunkelErnie FurtadoMaleska
Sat May 4, 199112D"'Tis all thou ___ ... ": PopeCalista LuminatiMaleska
Tue Apr 9, 199130DFreer offeringWilliam BaxleyMaleska
Thu Mar 28, 19919DFrick contentChristopher PageMaleska
Fri Feb 1, 199157DIt hangs in the LouvreElizabeth ArthurMaleska
Sun Dec 30, 199078A"But is it ___?"Nancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Wed Dec 19, 199035ASkillKenneth WitteMaleska
Sat Dec 15, 199022ACorcoran offering in Washington, D.C.Bernard MerenMaleska
Wed Dec 12, 199040DTate displayRichard SilvestriMaleska
Tue Nov 27, 19907DColumnist BuchwaldAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Mon Nov 12, 199023AEngraving, for onePeter SwiftMaleska
Sat Nov 10, 19904DCorcoran offeringBernard MerenMaleska
Tue Oct 9, 199040ATate offeringAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Sep 26, 199029AGarfunkel or BuchwaldBetty JorgensenMaleska
Fri Jun 29, 199040DGarfunkel or BuchwaldRobert H. WolfeMaleska
Sat Jun 9, 199016AFilm or song precederBert RosenfieldMaleska
Mon May 21, 199057AMOMA displayAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Apr 17, 199030ABuchwald or CarneySidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Mar 24, 199062DMagritte's fieldBetty JorgensenMaleska
Wed Feb 28, 19901DMOMA offeringBetty JorgensenMaleska
Mon Jan 1, 199021DTate offeringEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Mon Dec 25, 198933DCarney or GarfunkelNancy JolineMaleska
Mon Dec 18, 19897DBuchwald or CarneyAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Mon Nov 27, 198949ACraft's relativeAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Fri Nov 24, 198926DTate offeringJim PageMaleska
Tue Oct 17, 19895DTatum or GarfunkelJudson G. TrentMaleska
Fri Oct 6, 198934AMusic, for oneMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Thu Oct 5, 198953ABrushwork?Jim PageMaleska
Mon Oct 2, 198939AFreer Gallery displayJames R. BurnsMaleska
Wed Sep 13, 198958ABallet, e.g.Peter SwiftMaleska
Mon Aug 14, 198923ALinkletterPeter G. SnowMaleska
Wed Aug 2, 19898DOp or PopMimi MoodyMaleska
Sat Jul 1, 198921DFreer displayBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sat Apr 29, 198960DJazz pianist TatumJune A. BoggsMaleska
Sun Apr 23, 198966A"Robust ___ alone is eternal": GautierJim PageMaleska
Fri Apr 14, 198910DGarfunkel or LinkletterNancy JolineMaleska
Mon Mar 27, 198920DLinkletter or CarneySidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Mar 11, 198947ABerenson's subjectBernard MerenMaleska
Fri Oct 21, 198812DBuchwald or GarfunkelMarjorie PedersenMaleska
Sun Sep 11, 198880AMOMA displayBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
Tue Aug 9, 198844DActor CarneyChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Mon Aug 8, 198836AGarfunkel or LinkletterElaine GeorgeMaleska
Sun Jul 24, 198827DTate displayBert RosenfieldMaleska
Tue Jul 5, 198865D___ DecoChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Mon Jun 20, 198823DBuchwald or LinkletterSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Jun 13, 198812DTate treasuresJudson G. TrentMaleska
Sun Apr 17, 198885ABranch of learningStanley GlassMaleska
Mon Feb 22, 198821DActor CarneyElissa KoolykMaleska
Fri Feb 19, 198862A"___ is I: Science is We": C. BernardJim PageMaleska
Sat Feb 6, 198840DSculpture or woodcarvingKenneth HaxtonMaleska
Sun Jan 17, 1988131ALinkletterWarren W. ReichMaleska
Mon Jan 4, 198829DTatum of jazzErnie FurtadoMaleska
Mon Dec 14, 19875DGarfunkelAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Sat Dec 5, 19875DSkillMary S. SnyderMaleska
Mon Aug 31, 198764ATate displaySidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Wed Aug 12, 198736DActor CarneyMelvin KenworthyMaleska
Fri Jul 31, 198725APianist TatumChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Sun Jul 26, 198757DBonsai, for oneCharles M. DeberMaleska
Tue Jul 21, 198755A___ DecoVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Sun Jul 19, 198751ATate treasuresKathryn RighterMaleska
Fri Jul 10, 198722AKnackBernice GordonMaleska
Tue Jul 7, 198750DSculpture, e.g.Judson G. TrentMaleska
Sat Apr 18, 198748AComposing, e.g.Dorothea E. ShippMaleska
Mon Mar 30, 19877DKnackMary S. SnyderMaleska
Mon Mar 9, 198747DActor CarneyFrank GearyMaleska
Mon Feb 23, 198720A___ NouveauJames R. BurnsMaleska
Sun Jan 25, 19874AAn investment, perhapsJames and Phyllis BarrickMaleska
Thu Jan 1, 198730AGarfunkelJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Dec 28, 198632DHockey's ___ Ross TrophyVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Wed Nov 12, 19867DBuchwaldNorma SteinbergMaleska
Sun Nov 2, 19867DHockey's ___ Ross TrophyMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Sun Oct 26, 19869DSkillBert H. KruseMaleska
Wed Sep 24, 198652ABlakey or TatumJim PageMaleska
Thu Sep 18, 19869AMusic or paintingWilson McBeathMaleska
Thu Jul 17, 19865DDance, e.g.Louis SabinMaleska
Wed Jul 16, 198636DGuggenheim displayJim PageMaleska
Sun May 11, 19865DBuchwaldVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Thu Mar 20, 19864DExpertiseTeresa HealyMaleska
Fri Feb 28, 198647D___ DecoBert RosenfieldMaleska
Sun Feb 9, 198615DHelen Frankenthaler's forteAlfio MicciMaleska
Thu Jan 23, 198647AChagall's forteJim PageMaleska
Mon Jan 20, 198660DEsthetic pursuitJoy L. WoukMaleska
Thu Oct 17, 19856DTate displayKathryn RighterMaleska
Sun Aug 4, 1985114ACarney or BuchwaldWilliam J. YskampMaleska
Mon Jul 15, 198522DActor CarneyArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Sun Jun 16, 19852DExpertiseVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Sun Jun 2, 198513DSkillJoy L. WoukMaleska
Mon May 6, 19858DBuchwald or CarneySidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Fri Apr 5, 19854DTate treatsJames BarrickMaleska
Tue Apr 2, 198561ASkillWhittenMaleska
Tue Feb 12, 198543ABerenson's subjectGayle DeanMaleska
Mon Feb 11, 198545DDramaturgy, for oneJohn GreenmanMaleska
Wed Feb 6, 198512DCinematics, e.g.Christine TilgnerMaleska
Fri Jan 18, 198517AFreer display at D.C.Kathryn RighterMaleska
Sat Oct 13, 198442DCunning or finesseJoe ClonickMaleska
Sun Oct 7, 19846DKnackJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Sun Aug 19, 198480AGuggenheim displayMary Cee WhittenMaleska
Tue Jul 24, 198437APicasso's forteJohnsonMaleska
Sun Jul 8, 198485AIt's longer than lifeBarry L. CohenMaleska
Fri Jun 29, 198435ASkillDaniel GirardiMaleska
Fri Jun 22, 19844DInvestment, for someJames BarrickMaleska
Sat Jun 9, 19842DBuchwald or CarneyRhonda KrausMaleska
Sun May 6, 198482DBonsai or origamiBeverly TivinMaleska
Sun Apr 22, 198451DJ. S. Copley's forteTap OsbornMaleska
Mon Feb 6, 19846DCunningNancy McCarthyMaleska
Sat Feb 4, 198431ACreative workWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Dec 25, 198387AMOMA offeringAnne FoxMaleska
Wed Nov 30, 198362AForte of Joseph TurnerWilliam CanineMaleska
Tue Nov 22, 19836DDexterityFrank GearyMaleska
Wed Oct 26, 198349DTate offeringEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed Sep 14, 19838DKind of galleryDorothy SmitonickMaleska
Fri Aug 26, 198326AGuggenheim offeringI. Judah KoolykMaleska
Tue Jan 11, 198332DSkillMartin FassMaleska
Tue Oct 5, 198248ASkillBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
Mon Sep 27, 19824DSkilled executionNancy McCarthyMaleska
Mon Jun 14, 198231AWork of ___Katherine GouldMaleska
Sat Apr 24, 19821DUffizi displayAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
Wed Apr 14, 198214DBuchwaldJohn GreenmanMaleska
Mon Apr 5, 19824DKnackCharles EnglerMaleska
Sun Feb 21, 198247DBerenson's subjectReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Mon Jan 25, 198253ACalligraphy, for oneSamuel H. BarkanMaleska
Sat Jan 2, 198212DMOMA offeringMaramarcoMaleska
Wed Dec 30, 198137ADepiction of the beautifulNancy McCarthyMaleska
Tue Dec 1, 19818DLinkletterHugh McElroyMaleska
Mon Nov 16, 198140ASkillJohnsonMaleska
Fri Nov 6, 19819DMOMA offeringLouis SabinMaleska
Thu Nov 5, 198139DGainsborough's forteJohn GreenmanMaleska
Thu Aug 20, 198135ACarney or BuchwaldArthur M. WhelanMaleska
Sun Jun 14, 19814DSkillJudith C. DaltonMaleska
Mon Mar 2, 198122DTennyson's "The Palace of ___"Edward MarcheseMaleska
Sat Feb 21, 198155AOp or PopVaughn KeithMaleska
Sun Feb 1, 198134AFauvists' forteVincent L. OsborneMaleska
Sun Jan 25, 1981125AGarfunkelMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Sun Dec 28, 198033ABuchwaldBert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Dec 24, 19806DComposing, for oneTap OsbornMaleska
Sun Dec 14, 198073ACanaday's subjectAlex F. BlackMaleska
Wed Sep 3, 19801AMOMA offeringPlesingerMaleska
Wed Apr 9, 198048A___ DecoBette Sue CohenMaleska
Mon Mar 31, 198064DSchool classA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Mar 30, 1980103ATate offeringAlfio MicciMaleska
Fri Mar 14, 198033DBuchwaldBert H. KruseMaleska
Sun Dec 2, 19794DNewspaper departmentGeorge Rose SmithMaleska
Sun Nov 25, 197966DCarney or TatumAlex F. BlackMaleska
Wed Oct 17, 197922A"All nature is but ___": PopeTap OsbornMaleska
Sat Oct 13, 197957DWord with op or popR. W. GreenleafMaleska
Sun Sep 9, 197957DDance is oneA. J. SantoraMaleska
Thu Aug 9, 19798DOffering at the UffiziC. J. AngioMaleska
Mon Jun 25, 197955ACarneyStanley GlassMaleska
Sun May 27, 197962ADramaturgy is oneJack LuzzattoMaleska
Thu May 24, 197953ADisplay for some galleriesAnn JenkinsMaleska
Tue Apr 10, 197950ADadaist's interestJudson G. TrentMaleska
Thu Apr 5, 197911D"___ is long ... ": LongfellowElaine D. SchorrMaleska
Thu Mar 29, 19793DPaintingsA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Feb 11, 1979125ASkillA. J. SantoraMaleska
Tue Jan 23, 197963ALinkletterHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Tue Jan 9, 197932DBonsai, for oneSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Thu Nov 9, 197847AUffizi marvelsGrace FabbroniMaleska
Mon Jul 24, 19789DSkillHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Wed May 17, 197842AGuggenheim offeringNancy SchusterMaleska
Sun Apr 23, 197891DDramaturgy is oneBert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Apr 12, 19788DOrigami, e.g.John S. Richter, Sr.Maleska
Fri Mar 24, 197839AOffering at the UffiziC. J. AngioMaleska
Mon Mar 13, 19781DEsthete's interestGrace FabbroniMaleska
Sun Jan 22, 197891DSkillWalter WebbMaleska
Fri Dec 23, 197735APitti Palace attractionRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Sun Nov 20, 1977140ATate treasuresAnthony B. CanningMaleska
Wed Oct 5, 197761APitti Palace attractionJim PageMaleska
Thu Sep 29, 197747DManly ___ of self-defenseJeanne WilsonMaleska
Thu Aug 4, 197748ATalentBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
Fri Jul 8, 197733AMOMA offeringYoungMaleska
Tue Jun 28, 19778DPainting, e.g.Jordan S. LasherMaleska
Sat Jun 25, 19777DDexterityHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Mon May 2, 197740DSkillAlfio MicciMaleska
Mon Apr 11, 197738ASkillHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Mon Apr 4, 197735AUffizi displaySamuel K. FliegnerMaleska
Tue Feb 22, 19776ASkillHenry HookWeng
Tue Jan 4, 197763DSkillHerb L. RisteenWeng
Mon Jan 3, 197758DCarneyRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Sat Dec 25, 197641DSkillJordynWeng
Thu Nov 25, 197627APainting, e.g.DeitmerWeng
Wed Nov 3, 197637ADexterityMarie WestWeng
Tue Nov 2, 197620ACarneyHugh McElroyWeng
Thu Oct 7, 19761ACarneyRuth N. SchultzWeng
Sun Oct 3, 1976125APianist TatumBert RosenfieldWeng
Wed May 12, 197624DCarneySophie FiermanWeng
Sat Apr 10, 19764DLinkletterBill ShippWeng
Tue Mar 30, 19769DPop or modernDennis ListortWeng
Fri Mar 26, 19766DDance or music, e.g.George MadridWeng
Tue Feb 17, 19767DMobiles, e.g.Bert H. KruseWeng
Sun Feb 8, 19762DCultural fieldJack L. SteinhardtWeng
Wed Jan 21, 197641ASkillStanley A. KurzbanWeng
Sun Jan 11, 1976113DKind of decoA. J. SantoraWeng
Thu Nov 13, 197545A"___ is long ... "Harriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
Sun Nov 9, 197531ASkillHerb RisteenWeng
Tue Sep 23, 197544DCarneyRuth N. SchultzWeng
Wed Aug 20, 197524A"___ is long ... "Harriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
Mon Jul 14, 197523DLinkletterJames A. BrusselWeng
Tue Jun 3, 197539DVerb with thouVirginia ButlerWeng
Thu Apr 17, 19758DCarneySidney L. RobbinsWeng
Wed Mar 26, 197533ACarney or BuchwaldSamuel H. BarkanWeng
Sun Mar 16, 197539ACarneyRuth N. SchultzWeng
Wed Sep 25, 197411AMusic, e.g.William LutwiniakWeng
Sun Sep 8, 197434AFinesseFrances HansenWeng
Fri Aug 2, 197418AKind of galleryJordan S. LasherWeng
Fri Jul 12, 197453ABuchwaldSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Sun May 12, 197476DStudy fieldStanley GlassWeng
Tue May 7, 197436DBuchwaldLeonard SussmanWeng
Thu Mar 14, 19743DSkillGleasserWeng
Fri Mar 8, 197426DArchaic verbLois DonaldWeng
Fri Feb 1, 197460ALinkletterJames A. BrusselWeng
Mon Dec 10, 197351AKnackUnknownWeng
Fri Nov 30, 197341AWall décorUnknownWeng
Wed Nov 14, 19736DLinkletterUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 23, 197323A"The ___ of Loving"UnknownWeng
Tue Oct 9, 197340ASculpture, for oneUnknownWeng
Sun Sep 23, 1973120DCarneyWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Wed Aug 29, 197357DCunningUnknownWeng
Sat Jul 21, 197328DCreative skillUnknownWeng
Thu Jun 28, 19735DSkillUnknownWeng
Sun Jun 24, 19733DPastime for CarneyEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Thu May 3, 197333D"___ is long ... "UnknownWeng
Sun Mar 25, 19738DCarneyA. J. SantoraWeng
Fri Mar 2, 197334DCarneyUnknownWeng
Thu Nov 9, 197212DOils, etc.UnknownWeng
Fri Nov 3, 197256DSkillUnknownWeng
Fri Oct 6, 19724DCarneyUnknownWeng
Sun Sep 17, 197279DSculpture, etc.Threba JohnsonWeng
Wed Sep 13, 197235ASkillUnknownWeng
Sat Aug 19, 197250AWileUnknownWeng
Thu Aug 17, 197239ALinkletterUnknownWeng
Mon Aug 14, 197254APaintings, sculpture, etc.UnknownWeng
Mon May 1, 19728DSkillUnknownWeng
Wed Apr 5, 197245ASkillUnknownWeng
Wed Mar 1, 197236DStatuary, etc.UnknownWeng
Sat Feb 19, 197237DCarneyUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 9, 197279ALinkletterKeith BlakeWeng
Mon Nov 22, 197138ACarneyUnknownWeng
Sat Nov 20, 19717DWall décorUnknownWeng
Tue Nov 16, 197150DOne of the humanitiesUnknownWeng
Mon Nov 1, 197143DCraftUnknownWeng
Wed Oct 6, 19712DPianist TatumUnknownWeng
Mon Oct 4, 197122ACraftUnknownWeng
Sun Aug 29, 197155DSkillJohn WilligWeng
Sun Jul 25, 197126AMuseum offeringMary Ann CodeWeng
Tue Jul 6, 197162DSkillUnknownWeng
Thu Jun 10, 197152AGuggenheim offeringUnknownWeng
Mon Jun 7, 197144ACraftsmanshipUnknownWeng
Tue May 11, 197161ASkillUnknownWeng
Mon Apr 12, 197123AMuseum offeringUnknownWeng
Sun Apr 4, 1971106DCarneyCornelia WarrinerWeng
Sat Mar 20, 197128ACraftUnknownWeng
Fri Dec 25, 197026ASchool subjectUnknownWeng
Sat Nov 7, 197034AMan's nicknameUnknownWeng
Thu Nov 5, 19708DCraftUnknownWeng
Wed Oct 28, 197031AKnackUnknownWeng
Wed Oct 21, 197048ABuchwaldUnknownWeng
Sun Oct 4, 197095ASkillCornelia WarrinerWeng
Thu Sep 10, 197011DCraftUnknownWeng
Fri Aug 14, 197048DSkillUnknownWeng
Mon Jun 8, 197021DPainting or sculptureUnknownWeng
Thu Apr 9, 19704DRembrandtsUnknownWeng
Thu Mar 5, 197068AKnackUnknownWeng
Wed Feb 25, 197031ASculpture, for oneUnknownWeng
Mon Feb 2, 197036ASkillUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 18, 197064ACarneyThomas W. SchierWeng
Tue Jan 13, 19707DCarneyUnknownWeng
Thu Oct 16, 196937APoetic verb.UnknownWeng
Mon Aug 25, 196945ACarney.UnknownWeng
Sun Jun 29, 196938AWherefore ___ thou?Lewis C. BreakerWeng
Mon Apr 14, 196925DKnack.UnknownWeng
Sat Nov 16, 196843DSkill.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 14, 19688DWyeth's work.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 8, 196879DPoet's verbSara V. TuckermanFarrar
Wed Mar 27, 196844APoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Fri Mar 8, 196821DSkill.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 25, 196894ACreativeness.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Mon Nov 27, 196727DDexterity.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 30, 196730ACarney, for one.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 6, 196744ACraft.Mary M. MurdochFarrar
Wed Oct 4, 196724APoetic verb form.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
Mon Aug 28, 196739AVerb used with "thou."UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 17, 196710DPoetic verb form.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Thu May 4, 19675DExpression of beauty.Diana SessionsFarrar
Fri Mar 3, 196763DPoetic verb form.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Wed Nov 2, 196620AWarhol's field.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 29, 196638APop, for example.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Tue Oct 18, 196618AType of collector.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 27, 196639ASchool subject.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jun 14, 196636DDexterity.UnknownFarrar
Thu May 12, 196610ANewspaper department.UnknownFarrar
Tue Apr 5, 196624AOp or pop.UnknownFarrar
Mon Mar 7, 19668DCreativeness.UnknownFarrar
Wed Mar 2, 19664DKnack.UnknownFarrar
Tue Feb 8, 196626APoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 12, 1965115DKind of song.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu Dec 9, 19659DPoetic verb.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 12, 196510DSeeming simplicity.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jun 27, 196562DCraft.Anne FoxFarrar
Wed Jun 2, 196565APoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 28, 196529AHuman ingenuity.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wed Feb 10, 196538AGallery displays.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 18, 1964121ACollege course.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Sun Aug 9, 196499ACarney, for one.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
Wed May 20, 19649DPoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 3, 19648DCultural pursuit.George LaczkoFarrar
Mon Dec 16, 19632DExpression of beauty.Helen FasuloFarrar
Mon Dec 2, 19636DMagazine department.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Sun Oct 20, 196382DOpera, as a form.Tom MixonFarrar
Fri May 31, 196310DSchool course.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 30, 196352AHuman ingenuity.Jay SheldonFarrar
Sat Mar 9, 196321DPoetic verb form.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Wed Feb 6, 196342APoetic verb form.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
Tue Dec 18, 196237A"___ thou weary?"Sidney LambertFarrar
Sat Oct 13, 19628DStratagem.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 6, 196266DCunning.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 1, 196233DCunning.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jun 15, 19628DPoetic verb form.Walt ClarkFarrar
Thu Jun 14, 196226AMuseum material.Louise EarnestFarrar
Mon Apr 9, 196233ASkill.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
Fri Mar 30, 19628DStudied action.Diana SessionsFarrar
Wed Feb 21, 196229ASchool study.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon Feb 5, 196257DPoetic verb form.Madeline CorseFarrar
Sun Dec 3, 196149DCreative work.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
Wed Nov 1, 19618DPoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 29, 196116DPoetic verb.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Sep 10, 196175DSkill.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sat Aug 19, 196111DPaintings.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 14, 196131ASchool course.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 12, 19614DSchool subject.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jul 20, 196110DSkill.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 3, 196130APoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 23, 196132ADepartment of a newspaper.UnknownFarrar
Thu Mar 30, 19614DPaintings.UnknownFarrar
Fri Mar 10, 196130AHigh school course.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 1, 196160DMuseum specialty.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 28, 19607DPoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 25, 1960127AWile.Eva Pollack TaubFarrar
Sat Dec 17, 196044ACraft.UnknownFarrar
Sat Nov 26, 196020AGuile.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 11, 1960115ASkill.W. E. JonesFarrar
Wed Aug 24, 196027DDepartment of a magazine or newspaper.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 13, 196039ACunning.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 13, 196020AWork of ___.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 2, 196020APoetic verb.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 3, 196033APoetic verb.Tom MixonFarrar
Sat Feb 20, 196018ADexterity.UnknownFarrar
Mon Nov 16, 19591DStudy course.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 5, 195950DSkill.UnknownFarrar
Thu Sep 24, 195947AVerb used with "thou."UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 27, 19591DCreativity.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Mon Jun 8, 195959DBranch of learning.Elizabeth WilliamsFarrar
Sat Jun 6, 195910DCunning.Harold T. BersFarrar
Thu Feb 5, 19597DWork of genius.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Jan 11, 195952ACreativeness.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Mon Oct 13, 195848ABiblical verb.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Tue May 27, 195842AKnack.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun May 25, 195879DPicasso's work.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Wed Apr 30, 195827AActor Carney.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 28, 195810DLouis Tiffany's field.Sam LakeFarrar
Tue Apr 8, 195842DSkill.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Sun Feb 9, 195826APoetic verb.W. E. JonesFarrar
Mon Dec 23, 195729DSculpture, for instance.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 8, 195742DCunning.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Wed Nov 6, 195723DPoetic verb.UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 1, 195752ACraft.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 22, 195738ABranch of knowledge.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 30, 195750APoetic verb form.UnknownFarrar
Wed Sep 18, 195721DDexterity.Edward CansteinFarrar
Sun Sep 1, 195799ACreative work.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Aug 25, 195715DPoetic verb form.Mel TaubFarrar
Wed Aug 21, 195755ASkill.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sun Aug 4, 195716DCraft.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon Apr 29, 195724AKnack.Walt ClarkFarrar
Sun Jan 6, 1957128ADiverse field.Marion MoeserFarrar
Mon Nov 19, 195619ACraft.UnknownFarrar
Wed Oct 24, 195622ABranch of learning.Mel TaubFarrar
Tue Oct 9, 195635ATrade.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Thu Oct 4, 195639ACreativeness.Helen FasuloFarrar
Fri Sep 28, 195645APoetic verb form.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sun Aug 26, 19564DMr. Carney.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wed Aug 8, 195652AA $64,000 subject.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 18, 195657DPoetic form of "to be."Madeline CorseFarrar
Mon Jun 11, 19568DMr. Linkletter.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon May 21, 195635DComedian Carney.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed Apr 11, 19569DWorkman's cunning.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 19, 195613DComical Carney.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Sun Feb 12, 195613DComedian Carney.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Jan 6, 19566DPoetic verb form.S. A. KayFarrar
Fri Dec 30, 195552ASkill.UnknownFarrar
Fri Dec 16, 195531AProduct of creative work.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 4, 195532DGleason's friend.Diana SessionsFarrar
Tue Nov 8, 195522AEisenhower hobby.Jo BodleFarrar
Fri Jul 15, 195549AGallery work.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 6, 195522ACleverness in contrivance.Elsie BishopFarrar
Sat Jun 18, 195548AMuseum pieces.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jun 5, 1955109AActor Carney.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Sat May 21, 19558DPrinciples of a trade.Isaac KertFarrar
Sat Mar 19, 195550AGleason's pal.Marian MoeserFarrar
Wed Feb 23, 195535AGallery ornament.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thu Feb 10, 195517AMan's nickname.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jan 16, 195555ACreativeness.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Mon Jan 3, 195537DKnack.Fred C. JaschobFarrar
Sun Dec 5, 19544D"It's pretty, but is it ___?"Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Mon Nov 22, 195457AMr. Linkletter.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Oct 10, 19548DTV's Mr. Linkletter.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Jul 14, 195442AType of song.Ethel Le StrangeFarrar
Sun Jul 4, 195429ACreative work.Harold T. BersFarrar
Tue Jun 22, 195426ASkill.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Sat Mar 20, 195448AA trade or its principlesThomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Sep 27, 195313DHobby Winnie and Ike share.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
Thu Sep 17, 195330DMan's nickname.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Aug 13, 195361D___ lovers.Helen SmathersFarrar
Sun Jul 26, 195343AMan's nickname.W. E. JonesFarrar
Mon Jul 20, 195351ADuveen's specialty.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon May 18, 19539DMan's nickname.Diana SessionsFarrar
Fri Apr 17, 195356DFreer's collection.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Apr 10, 19536DAvocation for busy statesmen.UnknownFarrar
Thu Apr 9, 195362DM. Rouault's field.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed Mar 18, 195311D"Imitation of nature."Edward BucklerFarrar
Thu Feb 12, 195351AWork of Georgia O'Keeffe.Sidney LambertFarrar
Fri Jan 2, 195339DGrandma Moses' field.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Fri Dec 12, 195229DIngenuity.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 27, 195246ASkill.UnknownFarrar
Fri Feb 29, 19526DDuveen's forte.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Feb 10, 1952137DRuskin's theme.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sat May 26, 195160DMuseum of Modern ___.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 1, 195123ALouvre attraction.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 17, 195128ALouvre attraction.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 28, 19517DRaoul Dufy's forte.Edward BarnettFarrar
Sat Feb 24, 195148DMan's nickname.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Feb 22, 195128A57th Street specialty.Isaac KertFarrar
Thu Jan 18, 195149A___ gallery.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon Dec 18, 19505DSkilled workmanship.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sat Oct 21, 195019DMan's nickname.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 15, 195087ACunning.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Wed Oct 11, 19505DMan's nickname.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 16, 195031ASkill.Margaret P. FarrarFarrar
Fri Sep 15, 19504DPitcher Houtteman.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Apr 23, 195039AKnack.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Feb 5, 195015DRuskin's field.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jan 8, 195030AWhistler's forte.Henry A. WolfeFarrar
Sun Jan 1, 195035ADexterity.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Sep 11, 194934DRuskin's study.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jun 19, 1949105AMan's nickname.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sun May 15, 1949121DCunning.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
Sun Apr 10, 1949114ACraft.Archie S. KreilingFarrar
Sun Feb 13, 194950DFacility.Howard O. SmithFarrar
Sun Feb 6, 19493DProduct of skill and taste.G. A. K. SuttonFarrar
Sun Nov 14, 19489DSurrealism, to surrealists.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Oct 17, 19482DPart of "to be."Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Jul 18, 194881AA science.Thomas JacksonFarrar
Sun Feb 29, 1948104ADuplicity.Eileen St. ClairFarrar
Sun Nov 16, 194717DSkill.Zelma MastersFarrar
Sun May 25, 194717DCalling.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Apr 13, 1947123DEsthetics.Isaac KertFarrar
Sun Mar 23, 19478DKnack.W. W. WebsterFarrar
Sun Jan 26, 1947127AMastery.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Jun 30, 194632APrinciples of a craft.J. P. DownesFarrar
Sun May 26, 1946138DAptitude.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Dec 30, 194575ADexterity.Harriot CookeFarrar
Sun Jun 24, 194514DMuseum of Modern ___.A. H. CookFarrar
Sun May 13, 19453D"It's pretty, but is it ___?"—Kipling.L. K. WebsterFarrar
Sun Nov 12, 194428ASkill.Clara RusheFarrar
Sun Jul 26, 194212DFinesse.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Feb 15, 1942129AMastery in works of taste.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar
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