The Resurrection of the Stones

Rising stark against the night sky, spectral ruins recall the wealth and power of Britain's once-great monasteries

Cadmus Sowing the Dragon's Teeth (1908)

Beyond the Blue: The Art of Maxfield Parrish

A master of make-believe, he enchanted millions with his own vision of paradise


The Great Goddess Devi


Seeking Mona Lisa

Temptress or icon of innocence, cult figure or cultural archetype, Leonardo's mysterious madonna has intrigued us for 500 years

A Durable Memento

An upcoming exhibition honors the legacy of an American artist who found freedom in Liberia

Eames: The Best Seat in the House

Emily Carr

Canada's National Treasure

Artist Emily Carr captured the spirit of the northwest coast


John Singer Sargent


The Colors of Childhood

Crayola crayons take us all back with their fondly remembered look, scent and feel on paper

Dosso Dossi

Dosso Dossi

After four centuries a Renaissance artist is brought to light

Chuck Close, self-portrait

Close Calls in Art and Life

Eugene Delacroix - Horse Frightened by Lightning

From Saints to Sunsets: The Late Great Works of Delacroix


Jacques-Louis David

Painting martyrs and producing state funerals and pageants, the artist fueled France's bloody revolutionary fervor


Pierre Bonnard

The masterful modernist manipulated light, form and focus to create color-strewn scenes of everyday life




Ursula von Rydingsvard Sculpts Metaphors in Wood

The contemporary artist combines primordial forms and highly expressive content to produce haunting and monumental works of uncommon power


The Case of the Disappearing Frescoes

Or how a mustachioed Barcelona artist foiled an elaborate plot to spirit Catalonia's priceless Romanesque paintings away from their homeland


Olowe of Ise--Sculptor to Kings

Richard Diebenkorn in his studio in 1986

A Window on a World of Shape and Color

Richard Diebenkorn always sidestepped the hype; now, his art is saying it all


Imperial Japan's Artistic Legacy

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