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A 1997 theft left the Galleria Ricci-Oddi in Piacenza, Italy searching for answers.
The Art History Babes are hanging with dear friend and art historian Derek Zhang to talk the history and mystery of Chinese calligraphy!
The current exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland’s Photograph Album: The MacKinnon Collection, showcases the infinite, multiform beauty of Scotland, its people and traditions.
Art collector Mera Rubell insists her family didn’t set out to open a museum when it bought a series of food warehouses in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood four years ago.
Archeologist's recent discovery of ancient cave paintings may change everything we know about human’s relationship to art.
With some pieces of view having never been seen outside of Malaysia, "Inspired by the East: How the Islamic World Influenced Western Art" is a relatively small exhibition with a large goal.
Banksy surprised residents of Birmingham this week with the kind of Christmas card only he could send—a touching new piece of street art.
Luces y Sombras means Lights and Shadows, a fitting title for an extraordinary show of 45 black and white photographs of 20th century Mexico.
Researchers are refuting a 2018 theory that one thing that gave Leonardo da Vinci an artistic advantage was exotropia, a rare condition that results in a slight misalignment of the eye.
Any Grateful Dead fan will attest to Jerry Garcia’s power as a musician, but the legendary guitarist and singer was also an accomplished visual artist, a fact known only to a small group of devoted Deadheads.