The Antiguan artist left behind 6,000 paintings and drawings, 600 sculptures, 2,000 photographs, and 50,000 pages of writings.
In her visceral works, Uckotter examines a version of trans womanhood unseen in most mainstream narratives.
As beautifully controlled as his paintings are, they also present a ghastly vision of the world.
A century after his death, the Meadows Museum offers a rare opportunity to experience 26 of the artist’s luminous paintings of Spanish landscapes.
You’s paintings exude a sense of sweet, childlike wonder, where each moment is filled with possibility.
Abraham Ángel embodied a new type of homegrown Mexican artist who rejected past European traditions in favor of local influences like arte popular.
The depiction of the creature drew the ire of 18th-century art critics, and the figure disappeared under layers of varnish.
In Kitaj’s work, the whole is an extravagant layering of several images into one.
Through his practice, Cameroon-born Ludovic Nkoth continuously grasps to connect threads of home as it remains a shape-shifting and ever-moving target.
His attitude toward his fellow humans ricocheted between admiration and affection, frustration, fury, and horror — at times all in a single painting.
Researchers may have finally identified the utility of the rock in Jean Fouquet’s “Melun Diptych.”
By introducing his motifs into a children’s story, and avoiding any sense of self-importance, Scully reveals another side of himself.