The Wallace Collection presents El Greco to Goya - Spanish Masterpieces from The Bowes Museum. The exhibition explores three centuries of Spanish art through works by many great Spanish Masters.
Dreaming is an important theme that has appeared in art throughout history. Henri Rousseau and Francisco Goya's art demonstrate that this theme can take on radically different forms.
Pop Art started in the middle of the 1950s in Britain and soon spread across the Atlantic to the United States in the late 1950s.
"As a rule, each room was home to three families; penury, filth and vice thrived there” These are the words of Artist and Illustrator Carl Larsson, describing his childhood in the slums of Stockholm in the 1850s and 60s. Cholera and tuberculosis...
From Edgar Degas' sculpture and paintings to the painted works of Renoir and other Impressionist artists, ballet and ballerinas inspired some of the most beautiful art of the 19th century.
Camille Pissarro was one of the most prominent Impressionistic artists. He was also a known anarchist. Did his political beliefs find their way into his artwork?
In dark of night, when nobody else was around, a petty criminal stole the world’s most famous painting.
A thorough overview of common styles, colors, and motifs found on Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs. Includes a color guide as well as all the different variants of popular symbols.
An introduction to the hugely talented and successful cartoonist who dared to find humor in the macabre.
Discover the similarities and differences between the Babylonian relief "The Queen of the Night" and the Greek Statue "Venus de Milo."
Ever since I was a little girl I've had a fascination with fairies. There are so many stories about them in so many cultures and traditions, that I can't help but wonder whether there is some basis in truth for their existence.
As Maynard Dixon prospered with his desert landscapes, he was able to buy a place in Mount Carmel, Utah. Here, he built a home, studio and bunkhouse, all of which are open for touring.
This is the artist who started the direction of the artists’ movement that has remained a favorite of people for a century: the Impressionist movement. This is the story of Edouard Manet (1883-1932).
The Royal Collection presents Royal Gifts. The exhibition forms part of the summer opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace during summer 2017.