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A Closer Look at Francisco Goya’s ‘Disasters of War’ (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

Haunting, macabre, and poignant, the series of 82 etchings by Spanish artist Francisco Goya known as “The Disasters of War” is a powerful reminder of the inhumane consequences of warfare. The [...]

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What Are Etchings and How Are Etchings Made?

Etchings have been hugely influential in art history, particularly in the development of printmaking. The art of etching is one of the oldest printmaking mediums—originating in the 15th century [...]

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How Rembrandt van Rijn Changed the Art of Etching Forever

Rembrandt van Rijn’s name is synonymous with fine art and a mastery of technique, but few realize that his impact on the art world has more to do with printmaking than his skills with a brush. [...]

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Behind the Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn

Nearly 400 years ago, Dutch visionary Rembrandt van Rijn famously wrote: “Choose only one master—nature.” True to his muse, Rembrandt’s magnitude continues to puzzle those in its presence. There [...]

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‘Marc Chagall’ at the Nassau County Museum of Art

Exhibit will feature Chagall works on loan from Park West Gallery.

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An Introduction to Picasso’s ‘Suite Vollard’

Learn about one of Picasso’s most important sets of etchings.

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The British Museum Becomes First to Publicly Display Picasso’s ‘Suite Vollard’ in its Entirety

The British Museum is displaying Pablo Picasso’s “Suite Vollard” in its entirety, free to the public.

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Defining Beauty: Albrecht Durer at the Morgan

In an exhibition at The Morgan Library & Museum, eight extraordinary drawings by Dürer demonstrate the variety and dynamism of his draftsmanship.

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Park West Rembrandt House Tour – Part Three

Celebrate the birthday of one of history's masters by watching Part 3 of the Park West Rembrandt House Tour.

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New Exhibit Explores Picasso’s Passion for Horses

A new exhibit at the Museo Picasso Málaga explores another, perhaps less well-known, subject for which the artist was passionate.

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