A forthcoming exhibition charts the affinities between paintings of the French countryside by the impressionist Claude Monet and the abstract expressionist Joan Mitchell.
The Museum of the American Revolution’s latest show highlights the storied Forten family of Philadelphia.
Berenice Abbott’s capture of New York City in transition is the subject of a current exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The most intriguing and inscrutable of the Dutch Old Masters is the subject of a can’t-miss exhibition in Amsterdam.
A survey of John Singer Sargent’s Iberian paintings is on view at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.
Art and design of today visit a historic British manor house.
An important new exhibition traces the life and work of Thomas W. Commeraw, free Black potter of early New York.
While not exceedingly well known, Kentucky native Helen LaFrance was one of the most gifted and prolific self-taught artists of the past century…
Few painters have experienced as great a fluctuation in their posthumous fortunes as Vittore Carpaccio, the subject of a current exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC…
In terms of a cultural trend, something possibly important is afoot in a spectacle titled Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion, which recently opened in lower Manhattan at the Hall des Lumières…