It’s rare for an artist to master their chosen art form. It’s even rarer for an artist to completely revolutionize how one particular kind of art is made. Albrecht Dürer is one of those rare [...]
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Art – you either get it, or you don’t, right? There is no in-between. You’re either gifted with the know-how of all things higher and nobler or you’re a skeptic forever, [...]
A selection of images from Salvador Dali's Divine Comedy is starring in a new exhibit opening in Mexico's southeastern city of Merida.
How did an original Rembrandt etching find its way into a bathroom cabinet at The Catholic University of America (CUA) and then for years remain hidden there, obscured from public view?
If you’re curious about that Albrecht Dürer print that pops up on page 263 in The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown’s latest bestseller, you can hop over to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and find it [...]
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Rembrandt van Rijn is considered by many to be the most innovative and influential etcher and engraver of all time. Rembrandt's contributions to etching and engraving have inspired countless [...]