What happens when artists imitate their imitators? By Jonathon Keats In the first few months of 1963, the Mona Lisa was seen by nearly two million people in New York and Washington, D.C. Shipped to the United States on a … Continue reading
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Wristwatches that do a lot more than tell time are very much of the moment. By Jonathon Keats On Christmas Day, 1969, Seiko introduced the Astron, the world’s first quartz wristwatch. While it wasn’t cheap—at 450,000 yen, it cost the … Continue reading
In the National Gallery’s huge Lichtenstein retrospective, the iconic Pop images are just the opening frames of the artist’s lifelong comic strip. Continue reading
Cornelis van Haarlem, the “Dutch Michelangelo,” made history by painting it. Continue reading
Art Nouveau metalworkers reveled in vines, leaves, fruit and the human figure, bringing nature’s forms to the dinner table. Continue reading
The intricate art of ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints, depicts the gruesome and the eerie in vivid, gorgeous detail. Continue reading
Born from the trauma of World War II, a unique kind of painting took form in San Francisco in the ’40s—abstract, expressionist, but totally different from the New York School. Continue reading
Romare Bearden, whose centennial celebration continues this fall, collaged diverse elements—visual, musical, literary and historical—into a unique American art. Continue reading
Private collections gone public, Paris’ petits musées are hidden treasures for lovers of the decorative arts. As he approached old age, Moïse de Camondo (1860–1935), a French banker, considered himself among the most fortunate of men. Wealth and good taste … Continue reading
In Stephanie Brody-Lederman’s art of images and words, some bold, new abstract gestures are shaking up the emotional mix. Continue reading