Portico Gallery, Frick Collection
The Frick Collection’s Diana the Huntress by Jean-Antoine Houdon (1740–1828) has found a permanent home in the elegant museum’s...March 16, 20120
Ming Dynasty Ceramics
One of the most enduring forms of Chinese art, ceramics has an unbroken history dating to possibly as early...
Casting the Divine at the Rubin Museum
On view through July 13, 2012, Casting the Divine showcases over a hundred works of art from the “Nyingjei...
Duncan Phyfe, A New York Artisan
In 1784, Duncan Phyfe arrived in New York a struggling immigrant apprenticed to a cabinetmaker. By the early 1800s,...
Bamboo Master Yufu Masataka
Born in Beppu, 1941, a time and place where bamboo craftsmen, including the artist’s father, were working towards the...
A New Twist to Old Rooms
Playing House, which opened Friday 24, at the Brooklyn Museum adds new perspective to an old and much-loved exhibit....
International Art Jewelry
Currently on view at Forbes Galleries, “International Art Jewelry 1895-1925” is an expansive look at the emergence of art...
The Game of Kings
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is proud to introduce its new exhibition, The Game of Kings: Medieval Ivory Chessmen...
Judith Leiber Handbags
Judith Leiber Lizar Karung handbag, 1990s, Treasures & Pleasures Gallery Judith Leiber, the name in handbags of elegant luxury,...
Samanid Slip-Painted Pottery
In the long and vibrant history of Islamic art, the Samanid Dynasty (AD 819-999) though short-lived was one of...