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Furnishings designed by the architect play an integral role in Frank Lloyd Wright homes, completing a picture of how people—and their things—were meant to occupy his iconic buildings.
Richmond's VMFA-China Relationship Lands Terracotta Army Exhibition
As part of a prestigious traveling exhibit on still-life painting, Scott Fraser’s work keeps him in motion.
Call it Kismet. That may be the best way to describe the Visions of India exhibit now on view through the end of October at the gallery housing the Pizzuti Collection in Columbus, Ohio.
An exhibition at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and its accompanying catalogue explore the visual culture of death and dying in Renaissance Europe
Visitors attracted to form and function of rocking chair art installation at the Denver Art Museum.

Robert Frank: Sideways, on exhibit at the Bowdoin College Art Museum in Brunswick, Maine, through January 29, takes a straight-on look at lesser-known photographs Frank took between 1941…

This past October at the 49 Geary Street Art Gallery building in downtown San Francisco, John Windle opened the doors to the newest addition to his rare book business: The William Blake…

In early spring of 1786, Joseph Gulston, a connoisseur and erstwhile politician, sold off one of the great print collections of eighteenth-century Britain. Two decades earlier, at the…

At what point does a photographer’s work coalesce into something original, supplanting imitation, influence, and experiment? This is the driving question behind Diane Arbus: In the…