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,…
Art Feature Articles
The reattribution of Rembrandt’s drawings 350 years later are revealing new things about the artist and his students.
A new exhibition at the British Museum explores how the epic has been reshaped and reinterpreted over three millennia.
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…
Hopper’s paintings of empty coastlines, limitless plains, and rolling hills embody the vastness and psychological complexity of the American landscape.
A cache of silver left behind by the Roman Gauls reveals a complex and diverse Roman Empire.
A popular new app is changing the field of digital art by bringing groundbreaking tools to the public on a huge scale.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts spent years building relationships with Chinese institutions to land their coveted Terracotta Army exhibition
Stockholm revisits its 1968 exhibition of Andy Warhol–the artist’s first solo show in a museum
Illustrator and author Tony DiTerlizzi shares how the superpower of imagination fuels the creative process behind his popular works.