Drawing

Copying within the context of the art world has evolved over the centuries. What was once understood as a vital tool for study and learning is now often perceived, especially by laymen, as a kind of…
Addressing Vorticism requires facing a troubling period of political history head-on, something many historians have been reticent to do. Nevertheless, it is important to analyze the evolution and…
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has had quite a lasting international impact. This sentiment holds within every event, tribute, or art piece created in his honor. Over the decades, artists have shared…
In 1958, Robert Rauschenberg began a difficult series of illustrations of Dante Alighieri’s fourteenth-century poem Inferno. The thirty-four mixed-media images foreground the process of their…
Master Drawings New York (MDNY) is pleased to announce highlights from 21 of the world’s leading art dealers of works from the fourteenth to the twentyfirst centuries to be exhibited at the highly-…
A collection of drawings by Jewish Argentinian-American artist Mauricio Lasansky took the world by storm after their debut at the Whitney Museum of Art in 1967, followed by a tour of North America.…
Through more than 100 objects thoughtfully selected from the Mucha Trust Collection, an illuminating spotlight is placed on lesser-known aspects of Alphonse Mucha—whose interests extended beyond the…
“A Holbein portrait is a very precise object,” says curator Anne Wollett. “It’s telling that when it comes to identity and the process of finding the right elements to include in the portrait some…