Explore the enigmatic stories behind six of the world’s most well-known works of art, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Vermeer.
Explore our selections from the Winter Antiques Show, which takes place January 19th to 28th at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.
Collecting 19th & 20th century art by New England artists is a perfect entry point to the market for American art. See 6 artists you may not know (yet).
Part of a long tradition of artist training and inspiration, copies after Old Master paintings are a great way to add high quality works to any collection.
Learn how to hang a photograph or a painting in 7 simple steps, plus get tips on how to create a gallery wall in your home.
Ever wonder what iconic movie posters would look like reimagined as fine art? See what happens when famous modern artists meet 20th century film.
While ‘Romanticism’ may call up visions of Cupid or declarations of eternal love, this artistic period has far less to do with affection than it does with passion, sensitivity & imagination.
Learn how British landscape painting came to be, from its early influences and primary practitioners, to the genre's legacy in Europe and beyond.
Lucio Fontana, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso. See the 8 booths that turned our heads at TEFAF's Spring edition in New York.
Artist Michel Delacroix, with his nostalgic street views depicting the Paris of yesterday, exemplifies the magic of the French capital for art lovers.