The Met’s staff art exhibition made headlines when it opened to the public last year. As it turns out, these shows are anything but rare.
In a rare move, the Getty and the National Portrait Gallery in London will split the $62M cost of the painting.
Dating to circa 1100 AD, the Mayan Codex is said to have been painted by a single artist, recording the movements of planet Venus over the course of 584 days.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, exhibitions on irises in art history, LGBTQ Pride, and more have been translated.
In “Summer Azure,” Tourmaline rockets upward into a cloudy blue sky, holding an astronaut helmet to her head.
When Labille-Guiard exhibited the portrait at the Paris Salon, it was the only woman in the series. And she was breastfeeding.
“Getty Wrapped 2020” — made in the style of Spotify’s “Wrapped” lists — offers insight into the most popular search terms for art lovers this year.
The Getty’s art generator is the latest tool to help players of the popular social simulation game create their own galleries and installations.
The Getty, Metropolitan Museum, and Rijksmuseum have challenged their followers to creatively recreate famous works in their collections.
The museum, which purchased the work in 2002, has changed the attribution of the sculpture “Head with Horns” to “unknown.”
Walk into a gallery of 17th- or 18th-century French paintings and prepare to be blinded by the gilding that encircles each work like an overwrought halo.
LOS ANGELES — “You don’t experience the sublime looking through double glazing, or at a distant electric storm, or watching a sea rage on TV.”