The German artist does Rembrandt, by way of van Gogh. Read More
Richard Serra on sketching, mapping, rolling, stapling, cutting, and the other techniques he used to make the works in his Met drawings retrospective. Read More
The organizers of Slow Art Day ask museumgoers to take their time. Read More
The jungle connection animates Pino Pascali's steel-wool bridge and chimpanzee imagery. Read More
In a new book, Martin Gayford recalls what it's like to be painted by Lucian Freud. Read More
Goya captioned a drawing of a couple suspended in the air 'joy'—but the true meaning of the picture is not so certain. Read More
Everyone agrees that portion sizes in depictions of the Last Supper have grown. Not everyone agrees why. Read More
Deaccessioned twice and the subject of multiple interpretations, a provocative Eakins sporting picture takes its place in a new collection and a new show. Read More
In her portrait of the Gruen family, Alice Neel tempers her penchant for the grotesque with a touch of the sublime. Read More
Two shows shed light on the story behind the iconic photograph. Read More
The first major survey of Matisse's output during World War I uses cutting-edge technology and old-fashioned connoisseurship to reveal his radical system of scraping, scratching, and repainting. Read More
How a 500-year-old portrait sculpture made in what is now Nigeria changed the way people think about African art. Read More
An exhibition explores Picasso's seven-decade obsession with a man he saw as not only an artistic predecessor but also a father figure. Read More
Minding his A’s and E’s: How Saul Steinberg defined aesthetics in a nutshell. Read More
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