Every now and again, I'll discover an incredible new (though long deceased) artist who seems entirely and tragically absent from art history. I stumbled upon the dreamy fauvist painting "Heat" by Florine Stettheimer during a trip to the Brooklyn Museum this weekend, and rushed to my computer to find out more about her as soon as I got home. Sadly not much is written about her, and I came across only a handful of examples of her flowing, fantastically color-drenched work - and virtually all of them are washed out in jpeg form. I did learn however, in a delicious twist of synchronicity, that Kenneth Anger was a fan as well, and his short film "Puce Moment" was inspired by her paintings. Florine Stettheimer, I love your name, I love your art, and I will find out more about you, I promise.