The Museum of Biblical Art brings 23 early Florentine Renaissance sculptures to the Upper West Side in celebration of their tenth anniversary and a final exhibit before closing their doors. “Sculpture in the Age of Donatello” on through June 14.More
One of the iconic paintings of the Impressionist movement, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte in Paris by Georges Seurat, is often shown as the quintessential example of the “Pointillism” style, which is compromised of using small painted dots.
We recently went to check out the scene of Seurat’s painting, and discovered that L’île de la Jatte, …More
French museums own thousands of pieces of art looted by Nazis during WWII; many of the original owners were Jewish families murdered in the Holocaust.More
Tired of long lines at the Louvre? Read the Untapped guide to former artist studios turned museums where you can learn the artist’s life story and see his collected works.More