Underneath the veneer of classical beauty and harmony, Antonio Canova was a great innovator who modernized sculpture.
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Call it Kismet. That may be the best way to describe the Visions of India exhibit created from the Pizzuti Collection in Columbus, Ohio.
Robert Frank: Sideways, a 2017 exhibit at the Bowdoin College Art Museum in Brunswick, takes a straight-on look at lesser-known photographs Frank took between 1941, when he first arrived in the…
Nearly everyone familiar with the world of rare books has heard of the Book of Hours, the so-called bestseller of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. However, few people, except specialist…
As part of a prestigious traveling exhibit on still life painting, Scott Fraser’s work keeps him in motion.
Scholars say The North American Indian may be the greatest set of books in North American publishing history. Unfortunately, because of its cost and scarcity it is often inaccessible to scholars and…
Art and politics have come to a head. In our current state of political upheaval, the role of governing and our status quo is being challenged. Art is not only being utilized as a vessel to engage in…
Giovanni Battista Piranesi was the greatest printmaker of the 18th century. Although he consistently signed his work ‘architetto,’ he is famous for his engravings of the monuments of ancient Rome,…
A new exhibition shifts the longstanding narrative about American modern art to include a long-overlooked woman who embraced both visual and spiritual experimentation.
The William Blake Gallery is only the second-ever gallery devoted to the artwork of the radical, visionary printmaker from the Romantic period, William Blake (1757-1827).