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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…
Two of Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe portraits are scheduled to go up for auction this May at two different, leading auction houses—Christie’s and Bonhams. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of…
Andy Warhol grew up skinny and badly-complected, but more pertinently Catholic and gay (conditions noticeably conjoined in art history) at a time when being either wasn’t welcome in mainstream…

Even if you don't know the name, chances are you've seen a reproduction of one of his prints. What is it about his work that has made it last? Through paintings, drawings, prints, and letters, our…

The selection of 26 lithographic works by Chagall comes from a single private collection curated over the past two decades, and spans Chagall’s print-making career from the 1950s-80s, including his…
Japan Society is pleased to present Shikō Munakata: A Way of Seeing, a new presentation of nearly 100 path-breaking works by the celebrated artist Shikō Munakata. Organized from their rare collection…
Few artists have defined an era as much as William Hogarth, whose vivid, satirical depictions of 18th century England continue to capture the imagination today. Tate Britain’s major exhibition…
On December 12, the Baltimore Museum of Art will invite the public in to two new study centers—The Ruth R. Marder Center for Matisse Studies and The Nancy Dorman and Stanley Mazaroff Center for the…