Was Jackson Pollock more than just “Jack the Dripper”?
The New York Times and other media make war too pretty for our own good.
No national museum captures its country’s greatness as perfectly as Russia’s Hermitage.
Let the French flag fly on Facebook. It flies for us all. It flies for life.
Turn on, tune in, drop out, but read on about how Hippies and Hippie Modernism might rise again.
Roll over, Picasso, and tell Kandinsky the news.
American stuff is the stuff of American history, as recorded in still life painting.
Think your interior decorator is evil? Imagine Hitler’s.
Rubens’ Prometheus literally flips Michelangelo’s Christ on his head to look at art and gods in a whole new way.
Vilhelm Hammershøi’s tranquil, yet unsettling interiors make him the most influential artist you’ve never heard of.