October 2020 Blog Posts

Chris Riopelle, the Neil Westreich Curator of Post 1800 Paintings, discusses the depiction of alcohol in paintings.
A sculpture by Giacometti, a painting by Van Gogh, a table by Carlo Mollino, and a trio of cars were some of the highlights of the evening sales at Sotheby’s last night, which brought in a combined total of $283.9 million.
In New York City's Central Park, a monument has been unveiled honoring women's suffrage pioneers Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Thirty-six years after his death, Elijah Pierce is receiving more acclaim than ever.
Two recently discovered, rare oil sketches by Welsh artist Thomas Jones (1742-1803) have entered Amgueddfa Cymru’s collection.
A visitor to the Met's current exhibition, Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle, suspected that she recognized the works on display.
Yesterday, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and HUGO BOSS announced that artist Deana Lawson has been awarded the Hugo Boss Prize 2020.
With the fall art season in full swing, we turn our lens to the galleries of Los Angeles.
A valuable Gustav Klimt painting that was missing for twenty-three years is at last set to go on back on view at its home museum.
Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes captures the complex nature of Brazilian culture in her captivating kaleidoscopic painting, ‘Maracorola’. In this video, learn how the artist took inspiration from her home town of Rio de Janeiro, and how she captured the beauty and vibrancy of the city on a large canvas.