When is a photograph not a photograph? When one is admiring the work of Richard Estes, one of the leading pioneers of 20th-century photorealistic painting.
From Hepburn to Capote, achieving fame in the early to mid-20th century meant accolades, wealth, and having your portrait taken by Cecil Beaton.
Amid the explosion of Abstract Expressionism, the Washington Color School emerged, pushing boundaries through color and form.
Influenced by Japanese, Indian, and Modernist philosophy, George Nakashima brought the natural beauty of wood to everyone’s attention.
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood exploded like a firework in 19th century England. Extinguished almost as quickly, the group survived only a few years.
In the wake of the stock market crash of 1929 the American government stepped into action to renew national optimism through the Federal Art Project.
Star Wars is such a well-known staple of popular culture, you don’t need to look hard to find Star Wars merchandise, much of which is highly valuable.
Toy trains today come with bells and whistles, but simple wooden train sets were the go-to for generations, and still hold a place in a modern toy chest.
The Scottish Colourists breathed new life into British art with their mix of Scottish heritage, French Impressionism, and Fauvism.
French artist Paul Jacoulet was in equal parts artistic innovator and Japanese culture enthusiast, earning international acclaim for his woodblock prints.