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Sebastian Smee

Smee, an art critic for the Globe, was awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in Criticism. He previously wrote for a number of publications in London and Sydney. Smee is the author of five books on Lucian Freud, and one on Matisse and Picasso.

Smee’s Frame by Frame columns

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Art review

‘Monet | Kelly’ exhibition conjures links among great artists

By , Globe Staff

“Monet | Kelly,” at the lately transformed Clark Art Institute, is a terrific show, complete in itself and very tasty.

Art review

Semitic Museum honors founder in compelling exhibition

By , Globe Staff

Harvard University’s Semitic Museum honors the work and legacy of its founder, David Gordon Lyon, with a compelling exhibition, “From the Nile to the Euphrates.”

The ticket: Art

By , Globe Staff

Sebastian Smee’s picks for noteworthy art exhibitions on view in Boston and the surrounding area this week.

Frame by Frame

When Delacroix got behind dandyism

By , Globe Staff

Put off by the Romantics and inspired by English dandys, Delacroix coded his desire for truth and simplicity into a drawing of a camel’s hindquarters.