More than just muses, the models that made Pre-Raphaelite art a success had artistic ambitions of their own.
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Monet’s correspondence writes the story behind the Denver Art Museum’s new comprehensive exhibition.
Scott Avett may be famous for his musical chops, but he’s also earning a name for himself as a talented visual artist with a unique voice.
How Ignacio Zuloaga went from exiled reject to Francisco Franco’s preferred portraitist
The symbol of the Doomsday Clock as we know it today emerged from the crosscurrents of modernism, industry, and science that ran through mid-century Chicago.
The British artist behind Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s magical contraptions is back in the spotlight after one of his kinetic sculptures was sold in London
Taking the famed movement home with them from France, these Canadian artists created an Impressionism all their own.
As in his films, David Lynch’s paintings invite viewers to explore the abyss.
In the northernmost reaches of the Scottish North Sea, on the small, windswept isle of Lamb Holm, sits a pristine vestry at the intersection of religion, art, and war.
Luigi Spina’s Faces of Rome brings us a more intimate understanding of ancient marble busts and the people behind them.