On the life and career of the 19th-century American landscape photographer who captured Yosemite in stereo
July 2008 | By Bruce Hathaway
Hand-carved elephant tusks tell the story of life in the Congolese colonies of the late 1800s
April 2008 | By Owen Edwards
Never-before-exhibited correspondence from van Gogh to a protégé displays a thoughtful exacting side of the artist
January 2008 | By Arthur Lubow
Spies used it as a secret weapon. A president tumbled from it. Hitler wanted it destroyed. Just what made this train so intriguing?
March 01, 2007 | By David Zax
In the late 19th century, the City of Light beckoned Whistler, Sargent, Cassatt and other young artists. As a new exhibition makes clear, what they experienced would transform American art
January 2007 | By Arthur Lubow
He made little headway with President Grant, but Red Cloud won over the 19th century's greatest photographers.
June 2005 | By Anne Broache
Turn-of-the-century artist Abbott Thayer created images of timeless beauty and a radical theory of concealing coloration
April 1999 | By Richard Meryman
Old style ballots cast illegally in Indiana helped topple a president then he helped topple them
November 1998 | By S.J. Ackerman