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
New scholarship offers insights into the life of the elusive early American artist Mary B. Tucker
Like the literature of magical realism, the lovely painted metal Mexican retablos currently on view at the Princeton University Art Museum cast memory, bonds of affection, calamity, and averted disaster in the intersecting space between modern times and the immutable past.
The painter Agnes Pelton took inspiration from esoteric philosophies and becomes another early twentieth-century woman abstractionist receiving her due.
An exhibition at the Frick Collection offers a chance to reassess the art o f Renaissance portraitist Giovanni Battista Moroni
Henrietta Johnston’s portraits of Colonel John Moore and his wife, Frances Lambert Moore