The Printmaker’s Art

The skills of artists such as Rembrandt van Rijn, Francisco Goya and Albrecht Dürer, are on display in The Printmaker's Art.

Focusing on Matisse as a Printmaker at the Tampa Museum of Art

An exceptional show featuring Fauvist master Henri Matisse is currently on view at the newly-opened Tampa Museum of Art.

The Evolution of Printmaking from Masters to Modern Artists

Printmaking fosters a unique method of artistic expression and provides great advantages to an artist in terms of being able to easily produce and distribute their original works to the masses.

Rembrandt Etching Discovered in a University Bathroom

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?

Artist Birthdays December 28 – FELIX VALLOTTON

Today's artist birthdays.

Albrecht Durer: Virtuoso Printmaker

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents Albrecht Durer: Virtuoso Printmaker.

Matisse as Printmaker at the Baltimore Museum of Art

The Baltimore Museum of Art presents the first comprehensive exhibition on the printmaking of the great French artist Henri Matisse.

Decoding the Durer in Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol

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 [...]

New Exhibit Demonstrates Japanese Influence on Western Printmaking

The Saint Louis Art Museum presents Japonisme in the Graphic Arts, an exhibition of 10 works on paper demonstrating the impact that Japanese color woodblock prints had on Western printmaking in [...]

Today in Art History – Paris Opera Unveils Marc Chagall Ceiling

On September 23, 1964, the Paris Opera unveiled a stunning new ceiling painted as a gift by Belorussian-born artist Marc Chagall.