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(Encyclopedia) art. The major general surveys on topics in the fine arts are painting; sculpture; drawing; photography, and architecture. See also articles on specific artists, periods, styles,?

Art Page

Cite Find an art glossary, definitions of several art movements, biographies of notable artists and photographers, museum info, and more. Great Museums Quiz Glossary of Art Movements?

Performing Arts

Cite See lists of Broadway theaters, U.S. dance companies, longest running Broadway shows, most produced operas, a performing arts timeline and more. Broadway TheatersLongest?

Art and Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment Biographies Actors Artists Architects Comedians Dancers and Choreographers Fashion Designers and Models Filmmakers, Producers, and Screenwriters Journalists?

Art Garfunkel

Art Garfunkel(Arthur Garfunkel)singer; actorBorn: 11/5/1941Birthplace: Forest Hills, Queens, New York Garfunkel is best known as half of the duo Simon & Garfunkel (1962?70), formed with?

Art Carney

Art CarneyactorBorn: 11/4/1918Birthplace: Mt. Vernon, New York Carney is best-known for his Emmy-winning portrayal of Ed Norton, Jackie Gleason's sidekick on the various incarnations of The?

Art Fleming

Art Fleming hosted the original version of the TV quiz show Jeopardy! from 1964 to 1975. The show's popularity and distinctive format -- contestants were given an answer and had to ask the right?

Art Blakey

Name at birth: Arthur William BlakeyArt Blakey co-founded the Jazz Messengers in the mid-1950s and led the band the rest of his life, turning out records, touring the world, introducing solos with?

The Art of War

Director:Christian DuguayWriters:Wayne Beach and Simon Davis BarryTime Warner; 105 minutes; RRelease:9/00Cast:Wesley Snipes, Anne Archer, Donald Sutherland Wesley Snipes continues sprinting?

Art Rooney

Art RooneyBorn: Jan. 27, 1901Race track legend and pro football pioneer bought Pittsburgh Steelers franchise in 1933 for $2,500; finally won NFL title with 1st of 4 Super Bowls in 1974 season?