A crowdsourced transcription project hopes to make the lives of women artists, art historians, art dealers, and gallery owners easier to keyword search and read.
Nearly 100 years ago Walter Gropius divorced from Alma Mahler, the Viennese musician married to the academy’s famed founder during the planning stages of the Bauhaus.
Alfredo Cardona Peña’s conversations with the loquacious 63-year-old artist are available for the first time in English.
Between 1921 and 1948, Sachs taught a year-long graduate class at the Fogg Art Museum “that decisively shaped the development, character, and ethos of the American art museum.”
Lange granted the younger artist an enduring gift: an introduction to a man who would become her lifelong physician and trusted friend, respected thoracic surgeon Dr. Leo Eloesser.
Both the Walled Off and the Waldorf salads are topped with walnuts and originated in hotels. Their similarities end there.
An introduction to six of the women who modeled for the masterpieces that earned Manet his canonical reputation.
Veteran culture journalist Nadja Sayej offers filter-free commentary on the art world, which, she thinks, “needs a dose of fun.”
A Space of Their Own aims to compile the most comprehensive resource to date for information on female artists active in the United States and Europe during this time.
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum is showcasing and selling three-dimensional replicas of iconic paintings at malls across the US for one year.
A decade after the bestselling novel was published, the younger sister May Alcott Nieriker came out with a women’s guide to studying art in Europe.
An exhibit at the Morgan Library & Museum lends a few helpful insights into who and what have inspired this 97-year-old artist (beyond the sugary obvious).