By: Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University in collaboration with Kyoto Women's University The exhibit featured may in some cases have been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below,... Chances are, you aren't familiar with the work of Beatrice Mandelman (1912-1998), despite the fact that she was part of the New York School alongside such household names as Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock. On January 18, the artist got her first Ne... It's nine months behind bars for a 61-year-old Latvian antiques dealer named Vasilijs Apilats. He was found guilty of stealing a 19-century Greek painting, The Raising of Lazarus, from the Chester Cathedral in Cheshire, England, in 2014, reports the . The main image below is based on a reproduction (colors removed) of the painting The Bard (ca. 1817) by John Martin. The inset is a detail from an illustration (1876) to the chapter The Beaver's Lesson by Henry Holiday in Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of th... Major cultural projects were a little thin on the ground in 2016, but 2017 will be a busy year in the international art calendar. As well as esoteric destinations like Washington's Museum of the Bible and Marrakesh's mecca for fans of YSL style, there are... A selection of the objects recovered by the 1912 Expedition from the cave burials of the retainers that show the identity and daily lives of these women, men, and children. The Ceramic of Machu Picchu: Classic Inca Style Among the serving vessels, plates ... Madrid's Museo del Prado has been gifted a painting that was recently attributed to Diego Velázquez. The artwork, a portrait of King Philip III, was donated to the museum by the American art historian William B. Jordan, a specialist in Spanish still-life ... Philip Campbell Curtis was born on May 26, 1907 in Jackson, Michigan. He received a B.A. from Albion College where he had his first contact with painting. He began to study law at the University of Michigan but he truly wanted to pursue art and enrolled a... One of Europe's most important private art holdings appears to be staying put in Poland. The Polish government, led by the right-wing "Law and Justice" party, announced their plans to purchase the famous Czartoryski family collection two weeks ago.