neoclassical

Neoclassicism, a Western cultural movement that spanned from approximately 1750 to 1850, impacted art and architecture well into the twentieth century.
Jesus of Nazareth is undoubtedly one of the most famous men who ever lived, and his likeness has been transcribed on paintings, sculptures, and every other artistic medium one can possibly think of.
Despite its ugly political connotation acquired in the decades that followed the inception of twentieth-century neoclassicism, this artistic movement fully expressed the cultural zeitgeist of…
Underneath the veneer of classical beauty and harmony, Antonio Canova was a great innovator who modernized sculpture.
An American Renaissance man and one of our Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson has shaped the very nature of our country.
Head of European Furniture Paul Gallois on two wildly different yet equally beautiful 18th-century desks — one made in France, the other in Germany — and the tantalising possibility that their royal…
From Ancient Egyptian pharaohs and Classical Greek philosophers to Baroque saints, Neoclassical marbles, and the finest Romantic and Modernist statuary, journey through 5,000 years of sumptuous…

On July 4th Sotheby’s London will offer a rare treasure at auction. “The Bust of Peace” (1814), a newly recovered marble bust by Italian Neoclassical master Antonio Canova (1757-1822)…