American ingenuity, ambition, and exuberance came together in a wild array of silver objects, from sauceboats to sardine forks, pickle stands, and puff boxes.
The selection of chorales and songs by Bach, Schubert, and Brahms was a masterpiece.
The success of Jeff Koons is worth pondering, even if his works aren’t.
No myth maker, he accurately captured small-town Vermont life. I know, because I live in the town he often painted.
The sad, twisted state of American history education has, over time, nearly smothered the Hudson River School market.
In a Martin Center article, Michael Pearce shows that many art schools are losing students because they have allowed politicization to run rampant.
A review of a major exhibit at the National Gallery.
In his edgy abstract paintings, contrasting colors, shapes, and textures play well together.
Yale’s British Art Center will rivet even kids, with its display of the Scottish doctor’s shells, bones, axes, Roman coins, and drawings of body parts galore.
The Met Gala lasts one night, but the art contained within the walls of the museum will outlive us all.