Morning Links: Cowboy Edition

142614382 Morning Links: Cowboy Edition

Ronnie Wood, Rolling Stones guitarist, at the opening of an exhibition of his artwork, "Faces, Time and Places" at the Symbolic Collection April 9, 2012 in New York. (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)

Art-focused hotel, conceived by art collectors, to open another branch in Lexington, Ky. [USA Today]

Dwight Eisenhower painted simple farm scenes. [WaPo]

Forgotten early works of Arthur Tress are now on view at the de Young Museum. [NYT]

Charles M. Russell, “The Cowboy Artist,” gets his first comprehensive show in Montana. [WSJ]

Meet Americanflat, the latest New York start-up to join the ever-increasing online art sales business. Founders mom is reportedly “a big customer.” [DNAInfo]

“N.E.A. Is Said to Cut Aid to Arts Programs on PBS” [NYT]

The founders of Artspace hit a Wall Street Journal web series to pitch their vision of the middle market, and endure some really bad questions. [Art Market Monitor]

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood wood unveiled his latest paintings, which show his band mates playing music, at the Broome Street Gallery. [The Sun]

An art book on Garbage Pail Kids. About the Garbage Pail Kids, artist Art Spiegelman wrote, “We were trying to help another generation of juvenile delinquents come of age.” [CNN]

After about a year on the job, Crystal Bridges’ deputy director for art and education, Matt Dawson, has stepped down. [ArtDaily]

“Bangladesh Strives to be the New ‘India’ of Art.” [Wall Street Journal]