Three of the missing six panels in Jacob Lawrence’s Struggle series make their debut in a new exhibition
A forthcoming exhibition at the New-York Historical Society cast a spotlight on the under-sung Winold Reiss
An excerpt from the book that is the basis for a new exhibition at the American Folk Art Museum
What emerges from the portraits of Alice Neel is a sense of the artist’s own compassionate decency
The energetically abstracted land- and seascapes of Albert Pinkham Ryder are coming to the New Bedford Whaling Museum
Objects: USA 2020 – a new exhibition at the New York gallery R and Company serves as an homage to and a reboot of the original
The artist Frank Vincent DuMond made a career helping other painters to see.
But how can we work together in a world where most people do not trust one another to make sensible decisions?
A curator guides us through the revamped early American galleries at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Mary Way and her sister Betsy Way Champlain produced many images of men of various ages in and around New London from the late 1790s through 1825, this is the only one in military dress.