Many famous paintings have gone by different names over the years. And the reasons as to why this has happened can be fascinating.
For artistically-minded people, the ratio—or better yet, the divine proportion—might be easier to understand visually. Here are several examples of how the golden ratio can be applied to works from…
Today, Netflix globally releases This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist, a four-part series that delves into the unsolved robbery of Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the…
For the first time in forty-five years, the Royal Collection is being rehung in a new location.
Experts are anticipating a record-breaking sale in January when a rare Sandro Botticelli portrait comes to auction.
Ashmolean curators decided to reexamine a neglected painting in the Ashmolean’s own storage, once thought to be an original Rembrandt, now discredited.
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.
For many, the term “printmaking” may conjure images of Enlightenment-era political cartoons or perhaps a Renaissance printing press, but printmaking is one of the oldest human art forms.