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While Rembrandt and Vermeer remain perhaps the most famous painters of the era, there are a plentitude of other Dutch Golden Age artists worth remembering.
To escape the gloom and chill of the seasonal shift, you’ll find these seven films offer something to suit every taste.
Many famous paintings have gone by different names over the years. And the reasons as to why this has happened can be fascinating.
New York City has often served as the canvas on which American dreams are painted, so it’s fitting that Edward Hopper (1882–1967), an acute observer of strangers lost in one reverie or the next, made Gotham his home and ongoing subject.
Three hundred years after the Salem Witch Trials, we are still reckoning and learning from this period of American intolerance and injustice. The trials of 1692-1693 led to the deaths of twenty-five innocent people, most of whom were women.
Salon Art + Design has, over the last decade, become an unmissable event on the fall arts calendar. Now in its eleventh edition, Salon returns to the Park Avenue Armory in New York, from November 10th to 14th, featuring an impressively varied list of exhibitors. 
Here are ten great artworks to put you in the Halloween spirit.
Archaeology is a field that is constantly producing new and exciting finds, yet most people may not realize that many actually come from beneath the surface of the world’s many oceans, seas, rivers, and lakes. 
Ahead of ars publicata's launch on October 27th, Art & Object got an exclusive sneak peak into the mind of its CEO and co-founder, Pauline Schellmann.
Two and a half years in the making, Threads of Power is now open at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery. It is an impressive show that takes a historical, political, financial, and logical fashion point of view of the subject of lace.