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6 Facts You May Not Know About Famous Artists

Art history is full of wild tales and fascinating figures, which can make it tough to determine what is fact and fiction about artists. Some of these stories endure because they remind us of the [...]

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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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What Makes a Master Artist? Meet 7 Legendary Masters in Our New Video

How does an artist become a Master? In this new video, Park West profiles seven undeniable masters of art history—Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt van Rijn, Francisco Goya, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste [...]

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Matt Beyrer, Peter Max, Picasso, and More Shine in Park West’s 2018 Summer Sale

Now that summer’s almost here, couldn’t you use a little more color in your life? Brighten things up with a new work of art from Park West’s 2018 Summer Sale—one of our biggest and most ambitious [...]

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Art News: Swindled Masterpieces, Goya’s Disease, and Emoji Gargoyles

The art world is full of fascinating exhibitions, intriguing discoveries, and moments that shape history. Here are some of the latest news items making art headlines. Thieves Swindle Italian Art [...]

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Autumn de Forest Reminds Us to Love One Another in Teen Vogue

We can turn to experts or surveys to tell us about how young love looks in modern times, but why not go to the source? Teen Vogue did just that by requesting eight young artists, including art [...]

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Behind the Artist: Francisco Goya

Spanish visionary Francisco Goya is considered to be the last Old Master in art history, but not without setting the pace of the Modern era. Goya began his artistic reign in the 18th century as a [...]

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How NYC Became the Art Capital of the U.S.

February 1913 marked a defining moment in the history of art. While the turn of the century empowered the aesthetic twists and turns of the European avant-garde in their countries of origin, the [...]

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How the Masters Changed Art History

How does one credit a great artist? Ascribing artistic greatness is no simple task. The definition itself is relative to the time and place of an artwork’s creation. Undoubtedly, it would be [...]

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