The new film, which revolves around a plan to rob the Met Gala, is the latest addition to the micro-genre of art and museum heist movies.
The artist, who after moving to New York would introduce himself as ‘Keith from Kutztown,’ left an indelible mark on his hometown.
Mary Frances Dondelinger creates bowls, vases, and statues that masquerade as the relics of a previously undiscovered civilization.
In 1898, Anna Klumpke painted a portrait of the French artist Rosa Bonheur. The partnership that followed shaped both their artistic legacies.
Just in time for Easter and Passover, we’ve hatched a practical guide to the centuries-old egg-based paint.
Victorian-era American girls loved the porcelain-faced version of Bonheur, which by the 1860s was a hit.
The 1841 portraits by Franklin R. Street have been shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and appear in the new documentary The Montiers: An American Story.
The Cubist painting “No. 9, Nature Morte Espagnole” fits surprisingly well with themes in the Oscar-nominated film.