Visitors took a load off on the beautiful and functional rocking chair art installation at the Denver Art Museum.
Art Feature Articles
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.
An exhibition at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and its accompanying catalogue explore the memento mori in Renaissance Europe.
As museums increasingly question the practices of the colonial past, human remains that were once prized collectibles are increasingly an anachronistic embarrassment.
Once considered a great impressionist, why has Marie Bracquemond remained unknown to much of art history?
Rescued from the dustbin of history, remnants of the wrought iron that once decorated Paris are now treasured works of art.
95-year-old Dorothy Tanner isn’t slowing down, and after a decades-long career, her sculptures and installations are still enlightening viewers.
Familiar and unexpected characters from around the world demonstrate the artistry and universality of puppetry.
Stained glass master craftsman Ann Wolff is keeping this medieval artform alive, through expertise developed over 40 years and a love and respect for her materials.
While the struggling Vincent van Gogh was just trying to pay the rent, he unwittingly shaped his work and art history.