As museums increasingly question the practices of the colonial past, human remains that were once prized collectibles are increasingly an anachronistic embarrassment.
While the struggling Vincent Van Gogh was just trying to pay the rent, he unwittingly shaped his work and art history.
At Frederic Church’s Olana estate, for the first time in a new exhibition, the artist’s paintings and the historic costume collection that inspired them are reunited.
Fiber artist Allison Morgan shares the inspiration behind her intricately beaded sculptural works.
Rescued from the dustbin of history, remnants of the wrought iron that once decorated Paris are currently exhibited in a treasury of works on loan at the Clark Art Institute.
On the 150th Anniversary of Edward Curtis' birth, his famously beautiful photographs of Native Americans are being seen in a new light
In the annals of rarity, a large, fine Burmese ruby is considered the prize above all others. It is the stone that finds a place in the bible: “Who can find a virtuous wife? For her price is above…
The Shelburne Museum demonstrates the artistry and universality of puppetry in a wide-reaching exhibition featuring familiar and unexpected characters from around the world.