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A rare personal correspondence written by Post-Impressionist greats Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin is shedding light on their friendship and lives.
As peaceful and violent protests have taken over big and small cities, monuments and statues devoted to controversial historical figures have become a major site of conflict.
Isamu Noguchi, a man who spent his career envisioning sculptures as an intentional part of everyday environments, made a passionate attempt to design a new kind of ashtray.
"Photography for me is more than a passion or an obsession: it’s a necessity. As a photographer, I persist with my own dreams,” says Xiaoxiao Xu.
Banksy's mural, which depicts a woman shrouded in a veil, was part of a makeshift memorial at the site of the deadly terrorist attack at the Bataclan music hall in Paris.
For many, the term “printmaking” may conjure images of Enlightenment-era political cartoons or perhaps a Renaissance printing press, but printmaking is one of the oldest human art forms.
Rembrandt van Rijn is one of history's most prolific painters of self-portraits, and as a result, we have an uncommonly intimate window into his life.

One of the great painters at the turn of the 20th century, Paula Modersohn-Becker’s unique voice and style defy easy categorization. A contemporary of Picasso and Monet, Modersohn-Becker used thick impasto paint application in vibrant colors, creating paintings that would be important examples of early German expressionism. Here is a look at ten of her greatest paintings.

The new Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts (MCBA) in Lausanne is ushering in an exciting new era of arts programming in the lakeside Swiss city.

In April, art institutions began honoring the medical profession by showcasing works from their collections under the hashtag #MuseumsThankHealthHeroes. As we cheer the heroic efforts of frontline healthcare workers while safely working from home and waiting for a vaccine for COVID-19, artists continue to document our times. Artists have depicted medical advances and health practices throughout history in ways that reflect changing attitudes towards those professions, fear of disease, hope, and empathy.