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One of the world's best-known and least-seen collections of marble statuary is making its twenty-first-century debut.
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Even as traditional outlets for it shrink, socially conscious art and the desire to make it remain as strong as ever.
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Prints and Carvings from the Artistic Capital of the North
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This year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Photo London launched the first ever international photography fair online, which will run from October 7–18. Among the 104 exhibitors featured in…

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What Monet’s correspondence tells us about the Impressionist master
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What the artist’s chaotic workspace reveals about the mind of this modern master.
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How Ignacio Zuloaga went from exiled reject to Francisco Franco’s preferred portraitist
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The Oak Spring Garden Foundation continues the vision and work of art collector and philanthropist Bunny Mellon.
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More than just muses, the models that made Pre-Raphaelite art a success had artistic ambitions of their own.
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Before he was known for pipes, bowler hats, and apples, Magritte began his illustrious career in advertising.