Eleanor H. Gustafson interviews curator and director William L. Coleman on the inaugural exhibition Andrew Wyeth: Home Places.
The country’s National Museum Of History has traveled a long, strange road from viceregal citadel to cultural institution.
“Without Hands”: The Art of Sarah Biffin tells about the life and work of an English painter born without arms or legs.
In Connecticut, Ryan and Regina Cohn have created a live-in Victorian Gothic cabinet of curiosities.
Newly arrived artworks on long-term loan enliven the American Galleries of the MFA, Houston.
On the Jordan Playboy roadster: A car for the liberated woman of the Jazz Age.
How New York City became the center of the US art world.
All about the jewelry collection of the Museum of Fine Arts and its curator.
An excerpt from the new book English Needlework, 1600–1740, The Percival D. Griffiths Collection charts the origins of the twentieth-century reappraisal of the embroiderer’s art.
A forthcoming exhibition charts the affinities between paintings of the French countryside by the impressionist Claude Monet and the abstract expressionist Joan Mitchell.
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