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National Gallery of Art Takes a New Look: Samuel F.B. Morse’s...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The renowned painting Gallery of the Louvre (1831–1833) by American inventor Samuel F. B. Morse (1791–1872) has been recently conserved and is now on view in a focus exhibition at the National Gallery of Art near the East Gar...

National Gallery of Art Takes a New Look: Samuel F.B. Morse’s...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The renowned painting Gallery of the Louvre (1831–1833) by American inventor Samuel F. B. Morse (1791–1872) has been recently conserved and is now on view in a focus exhibition at the National Gallery of Art near the East Gar...

Science Museum Presents Ten Climate Stories

LONDON.- A new series of exhibit interventions, Ten Climate Stories, on view today at the Science Museum, reveals hidden stories behind some of the museum's best-loved exhibits – as well as showcasing artworks from established and emerging artists...

Rhode Island Man Accused in $6M Con Says Witnesses Lied

By: Ian MacDougall, Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP).- As his trial drew to a close, a former Rhode Island art dealer said Friday that witnesses lied to the jury in claiming he duped them in what prosecutors call a $6 million con. Rocco DeSimone ...

Going Dutch: Contemporary Design from Local Collections at the Cincinnati Art...

CINCINNATI, OH.- This past year marked the Cincinnati Art Museum’s first major acquisitions in the field of contemporary Dutch design. Going Dutch, introduces contemporary Dutch Design, its international importance, and influence through new perma...

Arcimboldo’s Famous Paintings on View for the First Time in the...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The bizarre yet scientifically accurate composite heads painted by Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526–1593) will be exhibited together for the first time in the United States, at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, from September 19, ...

Leopold Museum Explores Love, Fear and Death in Edvard Munch’s Work

VIENNA.- Edvard Munch, one of the most important European artists, stands at the center of the main autumn exhibition of the Leopold Museum. The themes of love, fear and death dominate Munch’s oeuvre. The symbol-laden atmosphere lends many of ...

The Fondation Beyeler honors French Artist Henri Rousseau (1844-1910) ~ 100...

BASEL.- One hundred years after the death of the French artist Henri Rousseau (1844-1910), the Fondation Beyeler is devoting an exhibition to this pioneer of modernism. Forty outstanding works provide a concise overview of the development and div...

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