Rembrandt

This second article in my series about the absurdly productive trans-national art star Jan Fabre (the first is here) has
--Natalie Hegert Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Portrait of a lady as Flora. Vincent Van Gogh, Sunset at Montmajour, 1888. Herman
William Thompson, Burning Too (2016), oil on canvas, 44 x 53 inches Yes, the model that I used for this piece is a really
(Thanks for following along on my blog and on Facebook as I guide our Best of Europe in 21 Days Tour.) During the Dutch Golden
I've returned a number of times to revisit the exhibit as, from an artist's perspective, it is fascinating to see works that are not finished offer insight into the artistic working process -- what the artist may have been thinking at that point in the painting.
Leffel’s paintings have, for more than five decades, maintained a conversation with Rembrandt.
Anthony van Dyke was a 17th century portrait painter whose chief claim to fame may have been the fact that his oeuvre was
The debut installation at the Met Breuer, unveiled to the press on Tuesday (and to the general public on Mar. 18), fell short of the expectations raised by the Metropolitan Museum itself.
More even than the masterwork of "the Shakespeare of Painters," Rembrandt's The Night Watch is a Dutch national treasure, depicting the citizen soldiers of the unique Dutch Republic that thrived during an era of absolute monarchies in Europe.
If the display or broadcasting of creative works were reliant on a virtue rubric, then our museum walls would be nearly empty, our radio waves and streaming would run rather silent, our bookshelves would be quite bare....or chock full of posted disclaimers....?
I'm a loyal kind of person, even when it comes to favorite cities. So, let me be clear, no European city can surpass the love I feel for Venice, Italy--an affair that reaches back 30 years when I fell fast for a handsome gondolier and his city. Soon, I married my gondolier and began calling the Serenissima, home.
Officials at the Boston Public Library suspect they may have been the target of an inside job to steal artwork worth more than half a million dollars.
Diego de Velazquez, the greatest of court painters, ironically was an unlikely candidate for that job.
Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter The terminally ill patients visited the museum after hours, avoiding the crowds
First I sat opposite Rembrandt's soulful portrait of his son Titus, communing with that calm face for a good ten minutes
With his books published in more than 40 languages, James Rollins is known to millions of readers. A true Renaissance man, he's much more than an author of explosive thrillers.
The announcement that the Frick Collection on New York's Upper East Side plans to build an addition has generated some buzz and concern -- and if implemented, it would forever destroy an important part of the collection -- an exquisite garden by the world famous British landscape architect Russell Page (1906-85).
As the little article accompanying the photos says, "As the pictures go by, the photographer undergoes a spectacular transformation