Vincent Van Gogh
Van Gogh Painting Gets a New Name Thanks to an Eagle-Eyed Chef
Ernst de Witte realized that the onions in "Red Cabbages and Onions" are actually garlic
The Enduring Influence of Hokusai's 'Great Wave'
A rare early print of the iconic image sold for a record-breaking $2.8 million at auction
Paintings by Rescue Dog Named van Gogh Raise Thousands for Charity
A bidder has already offered $10,000 for the four-legged artist's rendition of "The Starry Night"
Coca-Cola Uses Famous Paintings By Warhol, Munch and More to Sell Soda
The company's new ad campaign, "Masterpiece," brings iconic artworks to life
In Response to Climate Protests, Italian Museums May Raise Ticket Prices
As more activists target famous artworks, museums tighten security
Security Stopped Climate Activists From Gluing Themselves to 'The Scream'
As similar protests play out throughout Europe, museums consider how to respond
Why Are Climate Activists Throwing Food at Million-Dollar Paintings?
In the most recent stunt, protesters tossed mashed potatoes at Monet's “Grainstacks” in Germany
Climate Activists Throw Soup on Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ to Protest Fossil Fuels
The demonstration is the latest in a string of nonviolent protests that involve tampering with famous works of art
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
How America Saw Vincent van Gogh
The largest U.S. exhibition of the artist’s work opens in Detroit this fall
Hidden van Gogh Self-Portrait Discovered During a Routine X-Ray
The image has been obscured behind another painting for over a century
Can Casinos Be Art Galleries?
Hoping to grow their audiences, gambling halls are luring new visitors with old masterpieces
Climate Activists Glue Themselves to Van Gogh Painting in London
The protesters hope to combat political inaction in the face of the climate crisis
When van Gogh Spoke for the Trees
A new exhibition of lesser known works during a pivotal time sheds light on his budding genius
In a Day-Long Protest, Dutch Museums Transform Into Gyms, Nail Salons and Barber Shops
The coordinated effort was “playful” but challenged the government’s inconsistent Covid-19 lockdown measures
The Untold Story of van Gogh's Once-Maligned Masterpiece, 'The Potato Eaters'
An exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum spotlights the artist’s dynamic depiction of peasant life—a painting that critics hated and he loved
Newly Identified Vincent van Gogh Drawing Goes on View for the First Time
The Dutch Impressionist created the pencil sketch in 1882
Pop-Up Exhibition Brings Masterpieces From London's National Gallery Outdoors
An open-air display in Trafalgar Square features more than 20 life-size reproductions of works by Vincent van Gogh, Titian and more
Is This Landscape a Long-Lost Vincent van Gogh Painting?
A controversial art collector claims that a depiction of wheat fields in Auvers is the work of the famed Impressionist
A New Frank Gehry Tower Rises Above the Quaint French Town of Arles
The city best known for its association with Vincent van Gogh now has a new, controversial art center