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I've tried everything -- from at-home chemical peels to in-office laser treatments -- in an effort to eliminate blemishes. I've slathered every cream on my face and sampled lipstick in every shade available in a deluxe box of Crayola crayons since I've been tall enough to swipe it from my mother's bathroom cabinets.

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Van Gogh, Kahlo speak from beyond the grave at Frieze art fairupdated: Tue Oct 19 2010 09:04:00

A verbal tussle between the ghosts of Leonardo da Vinci and Vincent van Gogh has become a talking point among contemporary art fans.

Pablo Picasso: Your number one painterupdated: Fri Oct 08 2010 08:12:00

The votes have been tallied and Pablo Picasso is your number one iconic Western painter of the 20th century.

La Casa Azul: Witness to a personal historyupdated: Thu Feb 05 2009 08:21:00

Famous for honest self-portraits, Mexican artist Frida Kahlo said that she painted her reality and that her paintings carried a message of pain. Her life was full of it, both physical and emotional, and she used it to fuel her art.

FSB: Fine (art) diningupdated: Thu May 01 2008 14:08:00

When he discovered that the Philadelphia Museum of Art planned to host a major exhibition of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo's work, chef Dionicio Jimenez knew he had to do something special.

Shortcuts: How to become a famous artistupdated: Fri Nov 10 2006 07:11:00

Being a famous artists can't be that difficult, right? Right! Here are few tips to help you find your inner Van Gogh.

Money Magazine: Antigua, Guatemalaupdated: Thu Oct 24 2002 15:41:00

Stuffed from lunch, my wife and I sat for an extra-long while at our restaurant table, holding hands by a tropical garden in a Spanish colonial mansion more than two centuries old. The birdies peeped. The fountain gurgled. The check arrived. Two bottled waters, two beers, a heaping platter of grilled vegetables drizzled with olive oil, a sampler of grilled meats (chicken, steak, pork chop, sausages), bread pudding, coffee, tax, tip... 25 bucks. And this, I reminded myself, was one of the expensive joints.

Fortune: CULTURE NAME-FRAME SALE AT IBMupdated: Mon May 15 1995 00:01:00

Unloading valuable assets is common at IBM these days. Nearly half the work force has been dismissed, close to $2 billion in real estate was sold off in 1994, and now the cream of its vast art coll...

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