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The artworld enters 2020 with a little less humor. John Baldessari, often called the father of conceptual art, died on January 2 at the age of 88.
For most of us, hanging an original Picasso in our homes is a fantasy that remains firmly out of reach. Next week, that far-fetched dream will come true for one lucky raffle winner.
In case you missed them, here are our ten most popular stories of 2019.
An elderly Frenchwoman had the surprise of her life when she recently found out that a humble religious icon hanging in her kitchen was worth millions of dollars.
An award-winning photographer with decades of experience, Maggie Steber does not spare herself when examining her career.
Inclusivity and diversity are the bywords at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as it prepares a slate of exhibitions and events throughout 2020 to commemorate 150 years as a public museum.
Conservators at Northumbria University in the UK recently found a surprise lurking beneath the surface of a 16th-century painting.
A collection of extraordinary drawings spanning 700 years is coming to the Art Institute of Chicago in January.

The large Baroque painting of the baby Moses being found amongst the reeds has hung in the National Gallery, London for nearly twenty years. Unmissable at nearly ten feet wide with figures clad in vibrantly hued robes, with dramatic lighting and subject matter, the painting has been an attraction that many assumed was part of the museum’s collection.

Usually, this many bugs in an art museum would result in an urgent call to the exterminator. But when Canadian artist Jennifer Angus is in town, an infestation becomes a thing of incredible beauty.