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    • Hector Feliciano interview, 2001 July

    • Art thefts - France - History - 20th century; World War, - 1939-1945 - Art and the war; Pillage - France; Germany - Cultural policy
    • Hector Feliciano discusses his book, “The Lost Museum.” He begins by explaining how Nazis looted art collections during World War II, and that 20% of this stolen art has never been recovered. He talks about Adolf Hitler’s desire to have the Jan...
    • Samella Lewis interview

    • African Americans in art; African American artists - Biography - History and criticism; African American art
    • Samella Lewis discusses her book, "African American Art and Artists." She explains that her book examines the lives and artwork of African American artists from the eighteenth century to the present. In addition to art, Lewis discusses new work in...
    • Roy Neuberger interview

    • Art patrons - United States - Biography; Art - Collectors and collecting - United States - Biography; Neuberger, Roy R.
    • Roy Neuberger discusses his book, “The Passionate Collector.” He begins by discussing his early life in Paris when he first started out as a young artist and how he later became a major art collector. He then reminisces about some of the first art...
    • Robert S. Levinson interview, 2002

    • Gulliver, Neil (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Marriner, Stevie (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Art treasures in war - Fiction; Journalists - Fiction; Art thefts - Fiction; Los Angeles (Calif.) - Fiction
    • Robert S. Levinson discusses his book, “Hot Paint.” He begins by introducing the two main characters Stevie Marriner, a former soap opera actress and Neil Gulliver, her ex-husband. Levinson explains that the characters have recently been given a...
    • Steve Hanks interview, 1994

    • Hanks, Steve, 1949-; Painters - United States; Watercolor painting
    • Steve Hanks discusses his book, “Poised Between Heartbeats,” which discusses how he evolved into an artist. Beginning with his roots in Coronado, California, it is only when Steve moved to New Mexico that he truly blossomed as an artist. Steve...
    • Nancy M. Berman interview, 1996

    • Hanukkah in art; Jewish art and symbolism
    • Nancy M. Berman discusses her book, “The Art of Hanukkah,” which goes through the history of Jewish art. One such example is the heroism of Judas Maccabeus. Berman shows other famous works of Jewish artists, such as Moritz Oppenheim, Richard...
    • Susan Goldman Rubin interview, 2003

    • Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917 - Juvenile literature; Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917; Painters - France - Biography - Juvenile literature; Dancers in art - Juvenile literature; Artists; Painting, French; Dancers in art
    • Susan Goldman Rubin discusses her book, “Degas and the Dance.” She begins by explaining that she wrote the book to figure out the process that Edgar Degas used to paint watercolors. She talks about how he studied ballerinas and would have a young...
    • Ed Massey interview, 1996

    • Imagination - Fiction; Cows - Fiction; Art museums - Fiction; School field trips - Fiction
    • Ed Massey discusses his children’s book, “Milton.” He begins by explaining that the book is about a little boy who pretends he is a cow named Milton and walks through different paintings in an art museum. Massey talks about his art education at...
    • Jon Seydl interview, 2005 October 11

    • Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista, 1696-1770 - Exhibitions; Courtauld Institute of Art - Exhibitions; Artists’ preparatory studies - Italy - Exhibitions; Art - England - London -Exhibitions
    • Jon Seydl discusses his book, “Giambattista Tiepolo.” He begins by explaining that Giambattista Tiepolo was the greatest Italian artist of the eighteenth century. Seydl goes into detail about Tiepolo’s life and art. Tiepolo started painting as a...
    • Zandra Rhodes interview, 1995 December

    • Rhodes, Zandra, 1940-; Fashion designers - Great Britain - Biography; Textile designers - Great Britain - Biography; Women fashion designers - Great Britain - Biography; Women textile designers - Great Britain - Biography
    • Zandra Rhodes discusses her book, “The Art of Zandra Rhodes.” She begins by describing that she uses herself and her body as a canvas for her art. Her mother was a dress fitter and she got her love for designing at an early age. Rhodes studied...
    • Joseph Maciariello interview, 2011

    • Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005; Management; Social ecology; Leadership
    • Joseph Maciariello discusses his book, “Drucker’s Lost Art of Management: Fulfilling Peter Drucker’s Vision for a Society of Functioning Organizations," written with Karen Linkletter. Maciariello begins by quoting Peter Drucker’s definition of...
    • Debora Silverman interview, 2001 January

    • Art, Modern - 19th century - Exhibitions; Gogh, Vincent van, 1853-1890 - Travel - England - London; Gogh, Vincent van, 1853-1890 - Exhibitions
    • Debora Silverman discusses her book, “Van Gogh and Gauguin: the Search for Sacred Art.” Silverman explains that the book analyzes the lives and works of the painters, Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin. She argues that the relationship between the...
    • Ross King interview

    • Manet, Edouard, 1832-1883 - Criticism and interpretation; Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest, 1815-1891 - Criticism and interpretation; Painting, French - 19th century; Impressionism (Art) - France; Art and society - France - Paris - History - 19th...
    • Ross King discusses his book, “The Judgment of Paris.” He begins by explaining Impressionist art in the 1860s and says that the word ‘impressionist’ was derogatory. He shares that the fathers of great artists like Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, and...
    • Art Ulene interview, 1995 January

    • Vitamins in human nutrition; Vitamins
    • Dr. Art Ulene discusses his book, “The Vitamin Strategy.” He begins by explaining how doctors never understood the importance of vitamins until recently. He describes how he feels the recommended daily amounts of vitamins are insufficient, and...
    • Nathaniel Branden interview

    • Awareness; Self-perception; Conduct of life
    • Nathaniel Branden discusses his book, “The Art of Living Consciously.” He begins by explaining how he came up with the idea for the book. He advises that people must always be aware of their emotions and feelings towards others. He talks about...
    • Cheryl Henson interview, 1994

    • Henson, Jim; Puppeteers - United States - Biography
    • Cheryl Henson discusses the book, “Jim Henson: The Works: The Art, the Magic, the Imagination," authored by Christopher Finch. Cheryl Henson, daughter of Jim Henson, starts by saying that her father began working on commercials and that the Rowlf...
    • Mortimer Adler interview, 1983 May

    • Oral communication - Popular works;
    • Mortimer begins the interview discussing how people make contact, how they share thoughts, feelings, and experiences with each other and the importance of the art of conversation, of speaking and listening well, to connecting people. For the...
    • Francoise Gilot interview, 1991 August

    • Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954 - Friends and associates; Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973 - Friends and associates
    • Francoise Gilot discusses her book, “Matisse and Picasso: A Friendship in Art.” She describes Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso’s relationship and a group of artist friends. Gilot says Picasso admired her poetry and that Picasso and Matisse...
    • Darryl Hickman interview, 2007

    • Actors - United States - Biography; Acting teachers - United States - Biography; Acting
    • Darryl Hickman discusses his book, “The Unconscious Actor: Out of Control, in Full Command: The Art of Performance in Acting and in Life.” Hickman talks about his time as a childhood actor and as a director of daytime drama. He says not to try to...
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen interview, 2008

    • Leadership; Organizational behavior
    • Jean Lipman-Blumen discusses her book, “The Art of Followership.” She begins by explaining that this book came out of a conference at the Claremont Colleges about followers and leadership. She discusses how she co-edited the book with two other...

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