The American Folk Art Museum presents a fascinating collection of quilts made by men at arms.
A new exhibition explores the affinities between the work of Henry James and the American painting of his time.
Among members of the Hudson River School of painting, Sanford Robinson Gifford has long been considered one of the most brilliant painters of light and air.
The only thing more remarkable than John Bullard’s studio pottery collection is how quickly he became a connoisseur of the field.
A new exhibition at the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles is the latest showcase for the powerful work of assemblage artist Betye Saar.
A new exhibition at the Guggenheim examines the supernatural symbolist artists of late nineteenth-century France.
What did Grandma Moses have in common with the likes of Jackson Pollock? Arguably, plenty.
Built by a Hungarian, named for an eighteenth-century house he owned in London, lent after his death to a museum in Berlin, and now residing at the Dallas Museum of Art—the Keir Collection of Islamic Art is the epitome of global cultural exchange even before you consider its contents.
A glimpse of the possible future of museum displays of historical artifacts can be seen in the recent opening of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Deering Family Galleries of Medieval and Renaissance Art, Arms, and Armor.
A body of work that has received scant attention from collectors is on view this spring at the National Gallery of Art.