Showing posts from September, 2016

García Román in The Christa Project at The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine

Auctionata Offers Italian Painting From the Renaissance

‘Art and Stories From Mughal India’ Review: Courts Rich in Color

Christie's to Offer Antiquities From the Toledo Museum of Art

US Christian Artist Sues to Defend Homophobia

Art & Design: Can Maastricht Take Manhattan?

Borobudur Festival to Return With Erotic, Religious Themes

J. Paul Getty Museum Presents the Alchemy of Color in Medieval Manuscripts

'Brian Sewell: Critic & Collector' Sale Realizes $473,405 for "Saint Jerome" by Matthias Stomer

Collector Spotlight: Salvador Dali Prints

In Anthony Falbo's "Gethsemane," Jesus is Covered by Angels

Jewish Artist Has Eye On The ArtPrize

Trowulan Reclining Buddha Statue Attracts 1,000 Visitors Weekly

‘Converted Masters’ Gives Art Classics a Jewish Twist

Archie Rand’s "Sixty Paintings from the Bible" Now in Cleveland

Garden of Eden Inspires New Show at the Museum of Arts and Design


Art Review: Jerusalem Comes to the Metropolitan Museum on Monday

Amy Hill’s Contemporary Take on the Seven Deadly Sins

Religious Art Featured by Preeminent New York City Dealers During October Art Week

Dionysios Bouloubassis Adorns Maryland Church With Art, Theology

Art from the Collection of Brian Sewell

Rembrandt's Four Earliest Paintings Reunited for the First Time

An Interfaith Exhibition Featuring the Egyptian Ankh (Key of Life)

Inside Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s Art Collection

Frick to Present Major Baroque Masterpiece by Cagnacci this Fall

Why Valeria Napoleone Only Collects Women Artists?

J. Paul Getty Museum Acquires 17th Century Roman Cabinet With Church Facade

Kara Walker Show at Cleveland Museum of Art Links Slavery, Black Lives Matter and Christian Martyrdom

Modern Day Cross as Symbol for Killing the Innocent

Ben Smith's "Prophet" and "Suppliant" in Georgia's State Art Collection

The Extraordinary Collecting Life of Roger Keverne

France Has One of the Most Impressive and Intelligent Attempts to Build 'Utopia'

Rubin Museum of Art is First to Focus on Tibet's Iconic Architecture


Romero Britto Art Proves That Not All Monopolies Are Ugly

On a day like today, Indian painter M. F. Husain was born: September 17, 1915

Collecting Guide: 5 Things to Know About Himalayan Bronzes

Marco Brambilla's "Civilization (Hell and Heaven)" on Sedition

UK to Impose Quantitative Measures of Arts Quality for Grants Funding

There Will Always Be a Place For Art Books – In Fact, They’re Essential

Bill Murray's Sister, a Nun, Brings Play to Indianapolis

10 Salient Studies on the Arts in Education

J. Kirk Richards' Angel Messengers in New Art Show in Utah

24 Personalities Revealed in "Pilgrimage to San Isidro" by Francisco De Goya

10 Reasons Why Arts in Education is So Important for Kids

Korean Artist Says God Taught Him How to Paint

The Elephant God’s Modern Art Avatars

Collecting: Marcus and Debby Flack's Passion for Asian Art

Arts Education Matters: We Know, We Measured It

Bill Viola Unveils Final Video Work for London Cathedral