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Traditional patios are often paved or gravel areas right off a home’s back door. There can also be an opportunity to add a secondary patio set apart from the house. The advantage of including a secondary seating area — or…
The entire estate of 1960s pop artist Marisol has been donated to a New York museum.
The estate includes more than 100 sculptures spanning the artist's 60-year career and will go to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo.
Albright-Knox was the first museum to buy her sculptures in 1962 and announced Tuesday the artist bequeathed her estate based on her longstanding ties with it.
The bequest includes 150 works on paper, thousands of photographs, a group of works by other artists, Marisol's tools and her New York loft apartment.
The Venezuelan-American artist was born Maria Sol Escobar in 1930 and began exhibiting in New York in the late 1950s.
The Lion King's beloved warthog-meerkat duo of Pumbaa and Timon could be voiced by comedians Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner in the upcoming live-action remake. The Wrap revealed Tuesday that Rogen and Eichner are reportedly in "final negotiations" to sign onto the film that's being directed by Jon Favreau. Rogen would voice Pumbaa and Eichner would take the part of Timon.
Donald Glover has already agreed to voice Simba, and James Earl Jones will reprise his role from the 1994 animated film as Mufasa.