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Many famous paintings that have gone by different names over the years.

For years an invisible culprit has been eating away at one of the most famous paintings in the world. Edvard Munch’s The Scream, an iconic painting that many of us may be feeling a new kinship to, has slowly been deteriorating.

Claude Monet became a master painter whose works have become synonymous with the Impressionist movement he helped found.
A priceless cuneiform tablet owned by Hobby Lobby is one step closer to being returned to its native country this week.
A custom sign planted in MoMA's sculpture garden in 1943 said "Please Touch," signaling to visitors at Alexander Calder's retrospective that it was okay to handle the kinetic sculptures and mobiles.
With each update, emojis have become more representative of people from all different walks of life.
This May, legendary American artist Jasper Johns celebrates his 90th birthday, an opportune time to reflect on his legacy as well as his impact on the art world.
The postponing of the Met Gala, the annual red carpet extravaganza, earlier this month left stylists, celebrities, and their fans disappointed.
In 1918 the Spanish Flu ravaged the world. But it was also in 1918 that Alfred Stieglitz was afflicted by love and began his nude photographs of Georgia O’Keeffe.
In this round-up, we examine seven solo shows at New York's top galleries, whose virtual sites function as an additional global space for all.