Morning Links: Cowboy Edition

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]