Some days, work can be stimulating and invigorating. On others, not so much.
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The Incredible Prescience of Leonardo da Vinci
A newly discovered journal has revealed that Leonardo developed early versions of 21st century trends, from fidget spinners to cat cafés.
A Gallery Worker’s Glimpses of Art Basel Miami Beach
Special scenes from the week’s main art fair.
The Bad Behavior of Men in Comics
In recent weeks, the behavior of bad men — or the bad behavior of regular men — has begun to be exposed.
Where Do You Keep Your Rembrandts?
Storage vaults and private museums are nice and all, but keeping art under your pillow means it’s always within reach.
Stieglitz in the Streets, O’Keeffe in the Sheets
Sometimes we all have a cross to bear.
What Should the Great American Painting Depict?
When the painter William Morris Hunt set out to distill the American spirit to its essence, he was faced with a familiar dilemma.
The Thrilling Life of Mary Cassatt
The American Impressionist lived what seems like a dream life.
Why Did Gauguin Make People So Angry?
The painter’s quest for a more “primitive” life took him from France to Tahiti and back — and then back again.
The Mysteries of Maurice Denis
What, exactly, is going on in his 1891 painting “Easter Mystery”?
How Goya Got His Groove Back
Just as Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes set to work on painting what interested him, the King came knocking.