An exhibition featuring the works of the great artist and 21 “Caravaggisti” is on view through June 16 at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford.
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It’s hard to believe that the famous 17th century painting “The Incredulity of Saint-Thomas” – now on view at Saint-Antoine church in Loches, France - still has not been certified a Caravaggio when it...
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March 18 will mark 23 years since the theft of 13 works of art from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. To date, none of these art works – collectively valued at more than $500 million today – has...
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At this restaurant on the Italian Upper East Side, the patrons are polished and the tables elegant.
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"While we treasure works of art from the past, we're also mindful that we need to ensure that these works remain relevant and accessible in the present," explains Douglas Druick, President and Eloise W. Martin Director...
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Filed under: Investing Ever walk through a art museum and ponder the meaning behind each painting, sculpture, or installation? Well, Google does, too, which is why Google Art Project has launched "Art Talks," a series of Hangouts. Each month on Google Art Project's Google+ page, partner curators, museum directors, historians, and educators will reveal the hidden stories...
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The German artist A. R. Penck, member of a school on the outs with art historians, returns to New York with some of his best paintings in years.
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Come to the 8220Masterpiece8221 fund-raiser planned for the Tunkhannock Library this weekend, director Kristin Smith-Gary said, and you will find many works of art with international flair.Some will be in the form of fine wines, among them Riesling from Germany, Pinot Grigio from Italy and Shiraz from Australia.
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In the wake of the Frieze Art Fair in New York, we tried to make sense of the overwhelming amount of mirrored objects, food sculptures and shelving units masquerading as art. We don't know about you, dear readers, but we find the emperor's new clothes effect to be highly troubling. Last year, we questioned the readymade resurgence at Frieze, and this year we're asking...
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Leonard Lauder, the cosmetics tycoon and philanthropist, has donated more than $1 billion worth of Cubist works, including dozens of works by Pablo Picassos, to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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