What do a lock of Beethoven’s hair, a set design for the musical In the Heights, a rare Manet lithograph, and the earliest money in New York City have in common?
An art exhibition in DC explores the desuetude and crystalline rebirth of Venice in the late nineteenth century
Fiber artist Kay Sekimachi and her wondrous woven experiments
From a new book, a selection of astonishing and charming photographic portraits of country folk in early twentieth-century Sweden
A surprising number of the Italian Old Masters were in fact Old Mistresses, as a new exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum demonstrates
On the long-awaited exhibition at Bard Graduate Center
How the American impressionist John Henry Twachtman made Fairfield County his own personal Giverny
Skyscraper Gothic is on view through December 31 at the Fralin!
A new exhibition at MoMA all about Joseph Yoakum.
An exhibition demonstrates the enduring influence of the art and ideas of the Hudson River school
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