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In 1881, nearly a century after the United States defeated Great Britain in 1783, Massachusetts businessman Chester Chapin commissioned a statue to commemorate America’s centennial.
Mid-April, Italian authorities announced the rediscovery of a first-century Roman statue, missing for nearly a decade. Two off-duty art policemen spotted the artwork while perusing a Belgian antique…

New York — On Thursday, March 18, 2021, The Frick Collection launches Frick Madison, the long-awaited public opening of its temporary new home on Madison Avenue. Frick Madison invites audiences to…

Celebrated for his stylish sculptures of decaying technological devices and crumbling cultural artifacts, Daniel Arsham makes art that looks…

The American Museum of Natural History today announced that it has requested that the Theodore Roosevelt Equestrian Statue, which sits on New York City public park land in front of the Museum’s…
As peaceful and violent protests have taken over big and small cities, monuments and statues devoted to controversial historical figures have become a major site of conflict.
Join a Met curator to explore artworks in The Met collection that relate to healing and magic in ancient Egypt.
The ancient world was actually really colorful. Learn the history behind how we came to think of ancient statues as being white.