Small Dog Wearing Red Bow Found Hidden in Picasso Painting
The Spanish painter decided against keeping the cute canine in the foreground of "Le Moulin de la Galette"
Italian Artist Uses Tractor to Create World's Largest Picasso Portrait
Land artist Dario Gambarin used a 270,000-square-foot field in Verona, Italy, as a canvas
Why French Authorities Placed a Young Pablo Picasso Under Surveillance
Police suspected the 19-year-old Spanish expatriate of harboring anarchist views
Follow Pablo Picasso's Footsteps Through Spain
A full slate of events honors the painter's life in timing with the 50th anniversary of his death
The Strange Surrealist Magic of Dora Maar
More than simply Picasso's muse, the French artist won renown for her striking paintings and photographs
How Would van Gogh Have Painted the Faroe Islands?
A new exhibition uses artificial intelligence to create images in the style of history’s greatest artists
This 10-Year-Old Boy Makes Art That Sells for Over $100,000
Fifth-grader Andres Valencia’s inspirations range from Picasso to Pokémon
Can Casinos Be Art Galleries?
Hoping to grow their audiences, gambling halls are luring new visitors with old masterpieces
A Painting of Picasso’s Mistress Muse Just Sold for $67.5 Million
The piece was created in 1932, one of the painter’s most noteworthy years
Meet the Muses Who Inspired Some of the World's Most Iconic Artworks
A new book examines the lives of muses across history and the role they played in shaping treasured works like "The Kiss" and "Ophelia"
What Secrets Lie Beneath the Surface of Picasso's Blue Period Paintings?
An exhibition at the Phillips Collection reveals hidden compositions beneath three of the Cubist's canvases
Françoise Gilot Was More Than Picasso's Muse
The artist famously inspired the Cubist, but a new book shows that her own paintings deserve renown
Looking Beyond Surrealist Artist Meret Oppenheim's Famous Furry Teacup
A new exhibition highlights the dazzling breadth of the 20th-century painter, sculptor and photographer's oeuvre
Artwork Attributed to Picasso Discovered in Maine Closet After 50 Years
The long-forgotten piece was likely a preparatory sketch for a huge stage curtain for the 1919 Russian ballet "Le Tricorne"
How a Self-Professed 'Art Freak' Pulled Off a Bold Heist at Greece's National Museum
Greek police recovered two paintings by Picasso and Mondrian, stolen 9 years ago in an early morning caper, after a 49-year-old man confessed to the crime
Did Modernist Master Modigliani Paint a New Portrait Over a Likeness of His Ex?
A.I. reconstruction reveals hidden image that may depict the Italian artist's former girlfriend, Beatrice Hastings
Spanish Confectioners Create Life-Size Chocolate Replica of Picasso's 'Guernica'
Local artisans undertook the ambitious project in honor of the 85th anniversary of the bombing depicted in the famed anti-war mural
Why Did This Picasso Painting Deteriorate Faster Than Its Peers?
Study examines how animal glue, canvases, layers of paint and chemicals interacted to produce cracks in one work but not in others
Scientists Used A.I. to Recreate a Landscape Hidden Beneath a Picasso Painting
Physical reconstructions of the early 20th-century depiction of Barcelona are now on sale for $11,111.11 each
Is This Religious Scene a Long-Overlooked El Greco Painting?
A team of Spanish scholars spent two years assessing the small-scale depiction of Christ carrying the cross