Edward Hopper has a strong claim to being the Whitney Museum of American Art’s favorite artist: an institution within the institution.
Mary Lizzie Macomber was among the late nineteenth-century American artists who closely emulated the figurative work of the Pre-Raphaelites
Everyone is familiar with mid-century New York’s abstract expressionist scene; less so, perhaps, with the Transcendental Painting Group of the American Southwest…
A visit to the home and studio of artist-cum-naturalist Mary Jo McConnell
Design styles from art nouveau to modernism informed the intertwined legacy of Hector and Adeline Guimard
This month, Ben learns how two women painters made their way during a time when the art world was still male-dominated
William Glackens was regarded as a modern artist by the standards of his day; the woman he married would have been considered thoroughly modern even by the standards of our own
In late October 1916 the American impressionist artist William Merritt Chase lay dying at his town house on East Fifteenth Street in Manhattan
A new book examines the singular work of an American Indian modernist.
Today, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston unveiled its latest acquisition: a newly rediscovered smaller and earlier version of Eugène Delacroix’s masterpiece Women of Algiers in Their Apartment