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1. Kind of deco
2. Skill
3. Cultural field
4. Mobiles, e.g.
5. Dance or music, e.g.
6. Pop or modern
7. Linkletter
8. Carney
9. Pianist Tatum
10. Dexterity
11. Painting, e.g.
12. Uffizi display
13. MOMA offering
14. Talent
15. Manly ___ of self-defense
16. Pitti Palace attraction
17. Tate treasures
18. Esthete's interest
19. Offering at the Uffizi
20. Origami, e.g.
21. Dramaturgy is one
22. Guggenheim offering
23. Uffizi marvels
24. Bonsai, for one
25. Paintings
26. "___ is long . . . ": Longfellow
27. Dadaist's interest
28. Display for some galleries
29. Dance is one
30. Word with op or pop
31. "All nature is but ___": Pope
32. Carney or Tatum
33. Newspaper department
34. Buchwald
35. Tate offering
36. School class
37. ___ Deco
38. Canaday's subject
39. Composing, for one
40. Garfunkel
41. Fauvists' forte
42. Op or Pop
43. Tennyson's "The Palace of ___"
44. Carney or Buchwald
45. Gainsborough's forte
46. Depiction of the beautiful
47. Calligraphy, for one
48. Berenson's subject
49. Knack
50. Work of ___
51. Skilled execution
52. Kind of gallery
53. Forte of Joseph Turner
54. Creative work
55. Cunning
56. J. S. Copley's forte
57. Bonsai or origami
58. Buchwald or Carney
59. Investment, for some
60. It's longer than life
61. Picasso's forte
62. Guggenheim display
63. Cunning or finesse
64. Freer display at D.C.
65. Cinematics, e.g.
66. Dramaturgy, for one
67. Tate treats
68. Expertise
69. Actor Carney
70. Tate display
71. Esthetic pursuit
72. Chagall's forte
73. Helen Frankenthaler's forte
74. Dance, e.g.
75. Music or painting
76. Blakey or Tatum
77. Hockey's ___ Ross Trophy
78. An investment, perhaps
79. ___ Nouveau
80. Composing, e.g.
81. Sculpture, e.g.
82. Tatum of jazz
83. Sculpture or woodcarving
84. "___ is I: Science is We": C. Bernard
85. Branch of learning
86. Buchwald or Linkletter
87. Garfunkel or Linkletter
88. MOMA display
89. Buchwald or Garfunkel
90. Linkletter or Carney
91. "Robust ___ alone is eternal": Gautier
92. Jazz pianist Tatum
93. Freer display
94. Ballet, e.g.
95. Freer Gallery display
96. Brushwork?
97. Music, for one
98. Tatum or Garfunkel
99. Craft's relative
100. Carney or Garfunkel
101. Magritte's field
102. Film or song preceder
103. Garfunkel or Buchwald
104. Corcoran offering
105. Engraving, for one
106. Columnist Buchwald
107. Corcoran offering in Washington, D.C.
108. "But is it ___?"
109. It hangs in the Louvre
110. Frick content
111. Freer offering
112. "'Tis all thou ___ . . . ": Pope
113. The "A" in MOMA
114. Topic of an Emerson essay
115. WithDown, decorative style
116. Rubens's métier
117. Frick collection
118. William Corcoran endowment
119. Jujitsu, e.g.
120. Kandinsky's output
121. Legacy of Aaron Douglas
122. Garfunkel or Carney
123. Arp's field
124. Graphic creation
125. Camp activity
126. Graphic work
127. Wile
128. Record-holding N.F.L. receiver _____Monk
129. _____ Deco
130. Paul's singing partner
131. Wiliness
132. Murals and the like
133. High school class
134. Trump's "The _____ of the Deal"
135. Mr. Buchwald
136. Uffizi contents
137. "...but is it _____?"
138. Jazz's Pepper or Tatum
139. Know-how
140. School subject
141. Mr. Linkletter
142. Ancient Iranian
143. Museum pieces
144. Emerson's "jealous mistress"
145. Bach's "The___of the Fugue"
146. Canvases
147. Feat of Klee?
148. Biblical verb
149. With 52-Down, 20's-30's design
150. Gallery display
151. Graffiti, to some
152. Pop follower
153. Technique
154. "The lie that enables us to realize the truth": Picasso
155. Craft
156. Word with form or film
157. Monet supply?
158. Hang it all!
159. Quaker verb
160. "___ is a jealous mistress": Emerson
161. Decorative elements
162. Life imitator
163. Word before song or glass
164. Op ___
165. Part of MOMA
166. Prints and such
167. It's often left hanging
168. Trickery
169. Carney of "The Honeymooners"
170. "Wherefore ___ thou Romeo?"
171. Met display
172. It may be framed
173. College major
174. Louvre affair?
175. Oils and such
176. High school elective
177. Pastels and such
178. See 4-Down
179. Class in which posers are presented
180. 1998's 69-Across
181. Frame filler
182. Conversation, for some
183. 13-Down's output
184. Louvre display
185. Sotheby's stock
186. Oils and watercolors
187. Public hanging?
188. Pop or Dada
189. Tate collection
190. "Jeopardy!" host Fleming
191. "A jealous mistress": Emerson
192. Exhibited things
193. Busts inside a museum
194. Pastels, e.g.
195. Piece by Matisse
196. "... but is it ___?"
197. Serious hang-ups?
198. Workmanship
199. Public hanging
200. "If the ___ is concealed, it succeeds": Ovid
201. Verb with thou
202. Corots, Monets and such
203. Decoration
204. Handsome prints?
205. Murals and such
206. Text enhancer
207. Obsolete form of "to be"
208. The "her" in Beethoven's question "Who comprehends her?"
209. See 7-Down
210. Some hangings
211. Oil field?
212. Sculptures and oils
213. Prints, pastels and such
214. Paintings and such
215. 28-Across, e.g.
216. It might be framed
217. 37-Down display
218. Matter of aesthetics
219. Oils, busts, etc.
220. "___ hath an enemy called Ignorance": Ben Jonson
221. Tony winner for Best Play
222. Sotheby's domain
223. "What Is ___?" (Tolstoy essay)
224. Verb in a question from Juliet
225. "Science made clear": Cocteau
226. Picasso output
227. Picassos and Pissarros
228. Oils, say
229. Public hangings?
230. Elementary class with crayons
231. "Either plagiarism or revolution," according to Gauguin
232. Upscale office décor
233. It's often framed
234. Works on the wall?
235. It's appreciated by 31-Across
236. Magazine department
237. Busts in a museum, e.g.
238. Works in a gallery
239. Humorist Buchwald
240. School department
241. "Nature concentrated," per Balzac
242. "Without ___, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable": Shaw
243. "A lie that makes us realize truth," per Picasso
244. Michelangelo's field
245. Story accompanier
246. "Making something out of nothing and selling it," per Frank Zappa
247. Linkletter who hosted TV's "House Party"
248. Class with crayons
249. Canvases, say
250. Works at a museum
251. SoHo loft output
252. Field of 33-Across
253. Realm of beauty
254. "Either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul Gauguin
255. "A work of ___ is a confession": Camus
256. Interior decorator's suggestion
257. "___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection": Cervantes
258. Subject of a hanging without a trial
259. "The only way to run away without leaving home," per Twyla Tharp
260. Mastery
261. It may be fine
262. Auction category
263. Designer's major
264. Paintings, sculptures, etc.
265. "A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde
266. "The signature of civilizations," per Beverly Sills
267. Domain of 38-Across and 8-Down
268. Caricatures and such
269. Mobiles, stabiles, etc.
270. See 46-Across
271. See 21-Across
272. Trump's "The ___ of the Deal"
273. "What you can get away with," according to Andy Warhol
274. Slyness
275. The "A" of MoMA
276. Paintings, e.g.
277. ___ studio
278. Surprising discovery at the Lascaux cave that's 17,years old
279. Much of what is auctioned at Sotheby's
280. Class for model students?
281. Murals, e.g.
282. Field for Robert Indiana or Georgia O'Keeffe
283. "___ is to console those who are broken by life": Van Gogh
284. Verb with "thou"
285. "The proper task of life," per Nietzsche
286. Sketches, e.g.
287. Paintings and statues
288. "Life doesn't imitate ___, it imitates bad television": Woody Allen
289. Sculptures, e.g.
290. "All ___ is autobiographical": Fellini
291. With 55-Across, big sleepover
292. "The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations": Orson Welles
293. Still life, e.g.
294. Bust, maybe
295. Singer Garfunkel
296. Verb with "thou"
297. Getty oil, e.g.
298. "Nature is the ___ of God": Dante
299. What's better when it's fine?
300. It is "either plagiarism or revolution," per Paul Gauguin
301. Murals, sculptures, etc.
302. "What you can get away with," according to Andy Warhol
303. More of an ___ than a science
304. Works in a museum
305. "Without tradition, ___ is a flock of sheep without a shepherd": Winston Churchill
306. "All ___ is a kind of confession, more or less oblique": James Baldwin
307. Lost ___
308. Notoriously hard thing to define
309. Work on a wall, maybe
310. It "should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable," according to a saying
311. It "lives from constraints and dies from freedom," per Leonardo da Vinci
312. The "A" of MoMA
313. Livener of an empty wall
314. Crossword constructing, e.g. (no, really!)
315. "Science made clear," per Jean Cocteau
316. Museum holdings
317. Prints, e.g.
318. Much graffiti
319. Guggenheim holdings
320. Without which earth is just "eh"?
321. First verb in the Lord's Prayer
322. Exhibits at an exhibition
323. What MoMA knows best?
324. Intriguing discovery in a cave
325. "The proper task of life," per Nietzsche
326. Word before glass or house
327. What curators curate
328. "If ___ doesn't make us better, then what on earth is it for?": Alice Walker
329. Creative class
330. "Falsehood can hold out against much in this world, but not against ___": Solzhenitsyn
331. Real piece of work?
332. Field of Frida Kahlo or El Greco
333. "Life beats down and crushes the soul, and ___ reminds you that you have one": Stella Adler
334. Life is short and this is long, per Hippocrates
335. Kid's refrigerator display
336. An oil, maybe
337. Word with fine or found
338. A word with thou
339. Aesthete's interest
340. "The only way to run away without leaving home," per Twyla Tharp
341. "A jealous mistress," per Emerson
342. Grade school class with crayons
343. "___, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere": G. K. Chesterton
344. Display at the Getty
345. Paintings and sculptures
346. Good name for a museum curator?
347. Linocuts and such
348. Refined oil product?
349. "A work of ___ that did not begin in emotion is not ___": Cézanne
350. Word before film and after clip
351. "A veil, rather than a mirror," per Oscar Wilde
352. "The signature of civilizations," per Beverly Sills
353. "Life doesn't imitate ___, it imitates bad television": Woody Allen
354. It's often left hanging
355. "___ is to console those who are broken by life": Van Gogh
356. Field for Robert Indiana or Georgia O'Keeffe
357. Much of what is auctioned at Sotheby's
358. Surprising discovery at the Lascaux cave that's 17,000 years old
359. "Not what you see, but what you make others see," per Degas
360. Something famously impossible to define
361. "___ washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life": Picasso
362. Something off the wall?
363. State-of-the-___
364. With 38-Across, 1920s-'30s design style
365. "The only serious thing in the world," per Oscar Wilde
366. Trump's "The ___ of the Deal"
367. "The supreme ___ of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting": Sun Tzu
368. 17,000-year-old find in France's Lascaux cave
369. "___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection": Cervantes
370. Works in a salon
371. With 45-Down, some drawing rooms
372. "So vast is ___, so narrow human wit": Alexander Pope
373. Dealmaking, some say
374. What we have "in order not to die of the truth," per Nietzsche
375. "The creation of beauty," per Ralph Waldo Emerson
376. Work of ___ (38-Across, e.g.)
377. Word with fair or film
378. Coffee table book subject
379. Graffiti, e.g.