The Met Is the Latest Museum to Reclassify Russian Art as Ukrainian
Amid the Russian invasion, museums are grappling with how to identify artists connected to Ukraine
Claude Monet's Older Brother Helped Shape the Impressionist Movement
A new exhibition explores the legacy of Léon Monet, who taught Claude about color and purchased his art
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
How Artists' Day Jobs Shape Their Craft
A new exhibition examines the generative relationship between work and creativity
Workers Stumble Upon Lost Courbet Painting in University Basement
After a years-long authentication process, “The Source of the Lison” goes on display in Philadelphia
Thousands of Artists Reimagine Vermeer's 'Girl With a Pearl Earring'
A Dutch museum selected winning works by five artists—and one A.I. image generator
Dutch Artists Compete to Paint Like Vermeer in New Reality Show
The contestants are tasked with recreating six of the old master's lost works
Ukraine Releases Banksy Postage Stamp on War's One-Year Anniversary
The street artist painted the image on a demolished wall during his secret trip to the country last fall
Did Salvador Dalí Paint This Enigmatic Artwork?
After two curators began doubting the painting's authenticity, they made an unexpected discovery about its origins
Did Air Pollution Influence Famous Impressionist Painters?
Artists like Turner and Monet painted the smog they saw in London and Paris, a new study says
Andy Warhol Exhibition Opens in the Saudi Desert
Critics say the show helps bolster the regime's reputation—and obscure its human rights violations
David Hockney Is the Subject of His Own Immersive Experience
Using projections and voiceovers, "Bigger & Closer (Not Smaller & Further Away)" examines the renowned artist's career
French Court Orders Musée d’Orsay to Restitute Masterpieces Stolen During World War II
Descendants of art dealer Ambroise Vollard won a legal battle over works by Renoir, Cézanne and Gauguin
Banksy Unveils 'Valentine's Day Mascara,' a Statement on Domestic Violence
After removing parts of the artwork for safety, town officials quickly returned them to the site
Did Vermeer's 'Girl' Really Have a Pearl Earring?
A real pearl of that size would have been "astronomically expensive," art historian says
Owen Wilson Brings Bob Ross Energy to 'Paint'
The comedy follows a fictional TV painter who bears a striking resemblance to Ross
Pentagon Releases Guantánamo Bay Prisoners' Art
Since 2017, detainees have been barred from taking their art out of the prison
Hirshhorn and Smithsonian Channel Team Up for New Reality Show
In "The Exhibit," a group of seven promising creators compete to become the "next great artist"
One Small Step for Space Art
A new artwork by Sacha Jafri could travel to the moon next month