Wildly colored, extravagantly imagined prints of Hindu gods and goddesses aren’t just for worship anymore—they’ve been discovered by Western art collectors. Continue reading
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Boston was America’s first art city, and almost four centuries later, it is still a hub of creativity, art commerce and curatorial clout. Continue reading
The intricate art of ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints, depicts the gruesome and the eerie in vivid, gorgeous detail. Continue reading
While the rest of the art world takes a vacation, the Southwest’s cultural capital offers a full slate of fairs and gallery shows.
Ancient Near Eastern art, also called Western Asiatic, is not as well-known as Greek or Roman art, but is a fascinating and very complicated field. Continue reading