He was remarkably successful, a truly self-made artist, who rose from nothing to international renown. But did he ‘occasion a revolution in the art’?
Offline reading is an important feature for many Safari users, particularly on iOS devices and laptop models. So why doesn’t it work?
In his later years, he painted some unusual religious works, including an episode from the life of St Thomas of Villaneuva, and the heavenly and earthly trinities.
The Finder manages its tags, so changing the label of any tag is immediately reflected in all items using that tag. But what are null tags, and why are they so common?
Details of where and how files and folders store their Finder Tag information. One of the few xattrs intended for the user.
From John Singer Sargent to Charles Demuth, war artists showing the horrors of the Great War to the wild waters and hills of central Canada.
Provides two views of your Mac’s update history: a simple text list, as before, and a structured version ideal for Macs with long histories.
A collection of the finest paintings of the Nativity, from 1263 to the 20th century – all innovative, and some unique.
In the hands, and brushes, of great artists, a religious set-piece becomes a succession of marvellous and highly innovative paintings.
If Apple manages the performance of iOS, does it do the same with macOS? What is there to stop that from being used against us?