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Critical Foundations: Analyzing Leonardo’s Rocky Madonnas
As a new underdrawing is discovered beneath a much-debated Leonardo da Vinci painting, MutualArt looks closely at the secrets ...
Foundations: Analyzing Leonardo’s Rocky Madonnas
As a new underdrawing is discovered beneath a much-debated Leonardo da Vinci painting, MutualArt looks closely at the secrets, significance, and specious critical history of Madonna of the Rocks ...
The Art World This Week: Facial Recognition Controversy, Mona Lisa Wanders, and More
From facial recognition controversy to the Mona Lisa wandering, here are the week’s top art world headlines. Terracotta ...
Two For the Bank: Sotheby’s and Christie’s Announce Banksy Solos
September will see both Sotheby’s and Christie’s London outfits hosting online auctions exclusively offering work by the ...
Summer Americana and Marine Auction Preview
A Portsmouth, New Hampshire auction house hosts this sale of half-a-million dollars worth of American and Marine art.
10 for $10,000: What to Collect This August
Mané-Katz was a Jewish Ukranian painter known for his depictions of the shtetl settlements across eastern Europe. He spent ...
Universal Objects: The Grounded Magic of Magdalene Odundo’s Ceramics
Just visible beneath Magdalene Odundo’s preparatory sketch for an untitled 1994 ceramic piece is a faded drawing of a human ...
Gaitonde, Husain, Mukherjee and More: Indian Art at Pundole’s
Mumbai auction house Pundole’s brings some of the finest in twentieth-century and contemporary Indian art to the table in ...
Hey, Moon: Lunar Art Through the Ages
50 years ago this month, human beings first set foot on the Earth’s moon. To mark the occasion, MutualArt looks back on the ...
Alone/Together: Decoding Hopper’s Nighthawks
In 1942, Edward Hopper painted his most well-known work. In the week of the painter’s birthday, MutualArt gets up close to Nighthawks. Ever the evasive and guarded personality, Edward Hopper would ...
The Best Exhibitions From Around the World This July
June 28 to July 1, 1969, is remembered as a crucial turning point in the history of LGBTQ+ rights in America and worldwide. The three days of activism and action which became known as the Stonewall ...
Grave Architecture: How Leon Kossoff Built the Post-War Human
Earlier in July, British painter Leon Kossoff passed away. Sometime between 1939 and 1943, he entered the local museums at King’s Lynn, the Norfolk town in which the painter spent three years as a ...