Showing posts from June, 2016

Matthias Grünewald's "The Small Crucifixion" at National Gallery of Art

"Lamb of God" by a Follower of Robert Campin at National Gallery of Art

The Lamb of God According to Scott Brooks

Chinese Artist Lu Yang, Makes Good Art for Bad Dreams in Seattle

Christ's Family Including His Mother and Brother's at the National Gallery of Art

Scott Brooks and Todd Franson: Uncovered at Anacostia Arts Center

Francis Bacon: Creating Order From Chaos

Op-Ed: Making Art From Pakistan’s Chaos

Aaron Douglas Celebrates Black Preachers at National Gallery of Art


Artist Tim Johnson's Religious Synthesis on Show at Nancy Sever Gallery in Australia

Conservation Work to Begin on the Tomb of Christ

How A 300-Year-Old Religious Sect Is Influencing Young Designers Today

David LaChapelle Parts With Painting Created in Keith Haring's Final Days

Lecrae Criticizes Church on Race Issues: We Haven't Seen You Since MLK!

Religious Relics on Exhibit at Turkish and Islamic Art Museum

Making Art Can Reduce Stress, and You Don't Even Have To Be Artistic, Says Study

Newark Museum Highlights African-American Expression, From Romare Bearden to Mickalene Thomas


ArtNet Declares Basel the New Art Hajj

Hackers Add Rainbows, Gay Pride Slogans to ISIS Accounts

Israeli Artist Wants His Historic Knesset Sculpture Removed in Protest

Alfonse Borysewicz’s Lonely Struggle Gives Catholic Art a Modern Face

Liu Yiqian Snaps Up 36-Foot Gerhard Richter at Art Basel

Jeremy Horner's New Book of Photos Captures the Spellbinding Worship of Buddhism Across Asia

Sam Havadtoy Lace Art Inspired by Catholic Confessions

The World's Top 100 Art Collectors for 2016, Part One

Antiquarian to Showcase Examples of Medieval Art During Art Basel 2016

DC's Women's Museum Presents 'Alison Saar In Print' June 10–Oct. 2, 2016

Full-Size Replica of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Kicks Off Mexican Tour

A Mid-Career Retrospective of Prolific Artist Kehinde Wiley Opens at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Wisconsin High School Art Teacher Brings New Life to Religious Art

The World Prays for Orlando

British Artist Winifred Knights Exquisite Religious Painting


New Stories From A. Ramachandran’s Universe in India

Curator’s Picks: Christian Art at Asian Civilisations Museum

Myth, Flesh, and Three Paintings by Charles Garabedian

DC's National Cathedral to Remove Confederate Flag From Windows

U.S. Sending 1,000-Year-Old Stolen Hindu Artifacts Back to India

Muhammad Ali's Artwork, Inspired by His Faith and Activism, Heads to Auction

Hijab is Not Another Word for Freedom

Collector Rev. Al Shands Launches Foundation for Kentucky Artists

Jewish Group Wishes Peace And Beauty With Gift of Mural

First Museum Survey of Michael Land's Work Opens in Basel

Broad Spectrum of African Continent Offered in Art Museum's 'Creative Africa'

Buddhism-Themed Ink Painting Fetches $10 Million

It’s Our History, Too! Today's Museums Embrace Diversity

Sandow Birk's Fearlessly Political Art Takes on Islam's Holy Book