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Carpenter's Wheel Quilt. Attributed to: Mrs. Miller , Mennonite, Pennsylvania, Easton, about 1890.
John Singer Sargent's enigmatic 1882 canvas 'The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit' was the jumping off point for a double-vessel arrangement highlighted by burgundy ranunculus and a pink peony.
A highly rare and historically significant American gold thimble attributed to Paul Revere Jr. will be sold on May 21 at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrated a birthday this week. Sunday, April 13, marked the 144th anniversary of the Met's incorporation by the New York state legislature, which makes this week as good a time as any to revisit the museum's mission as outlined in the legislation that created it.
As Jazz Appreciation Month 2014 continues past the halfway point, the live performance calendar this week in St. Louis includes several touring performers visiting our town, the return of a veteran of Gaslight Square, and the usual variety of activity from local musicians.
The work of American photographer Martin Elkort will be showcased this May in a one-man exhibit at the Catherine Couturier Gallery along with a screening of a documentary about his life and work at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
What is a "pop-up?" It's a new term in art circles that means a quick-hit exhibition of only a few days - sometimes only a few hours - where artists can get their work seen but reduce overhead by basically popping in and out of otherwise expensive gallery space.
Mr. Hinton commented that the Springfield Museums display one of the finest collections of Meiji-era art of any public institution.
BEIRUT: Nazih Khater, a Lebanese art and literature critic, died Wednesday at the age of 84 after a long battle with illness.
Christine D'Arcy's abrupt and controversial firing from the Oregon Arts Commission last fall prompted five of nine commissioners to resign.
The Fayetteville Observer reported the gift comes from longtime university supporters Terri Union and Carlos Zukowski .
Meta-cognitive critical thinking lessons don't always spring to mind when discussing elementary school curriculums.
DemocratOn Tuesday, State Fair Community College art student Natalie Winery places the finishing touches to her 4-by-5-foot sculpture &... DemocratA large 3-foot ceramic pot created by Ceramics I student Sue Meyer titled "Classic Waves" sits in front of an oil o... DemocratAn oil painting titled "Tsunami," by student Paola Azvrdia, measures 110 ... (more)
Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.