In a selfie-obsessed world, Russian-born painter Anya Rubin questions our distorted preoccupation with facial recognition.
A 1914 watercolor by Adolf Hitler to be auctioned on Saturday could fetch up to $62,685 given strong global interest.
A portrait by Gustav Klimt could be put up for sale, potentially fetching over $30 million, to resolve a dispute between a Viennese art foundation and the granddaughter of the woman in the painting, a lawyer for the granddaughter said on Thursday.
The question of whether a fragile Picasso painting in New York City’s Four Seasons restaurant will crumble if taken down to allow repairs to the wall it hangs on will go to a state court judge on Wednesday.
Painter Theresa Bernstein was considered on a par with Edward Hopper, yet, odds are you don’t know her work. A retrospective is seeking to remedy that.
Among the Nabis, a group of 19th Century French artists, there were no prominent Jewish neighbors. Yet, somehow they came to adopt their Hebrew-influenced name.
Few people know who artist Isiu Schärf was, save for a Philadelphia architect and collector who is trying to reestablish Schärf’s reputation.
French Jewish painter Sam Szafran, now 79, is the subject of a show in Switzerland and a new book. It sheds light on the man who once branded Marc Chagall’s art ‘crappy.’
Panel #7 of Engrained Forever: Holocaust
The work of contemporary Israeli painters Israel Hershberg and Joshua Borkovsky may seem quite different. But the two artists complement each other remarkably well.