In 1507, German Renaissance painter Albrecht Dürer painted life-size figures of Adam and Eve, defining their forms with a fluid and continuous line. These spectacular oil-on-panel paintings, which have just undergone a lengthy conservation, went on display again last week… More»
Dog, dog, owl.
New photography show looks the relationship between photography and animals, now on view through October 18.
Africanis 17. Danielskuil, Northern Cape, 25 February, 2010, 2010, Daniel Naudé, Chromogenic print. The J. Paul Getty Museum. © Daniel Naudé
Out of the Box, 1971, William Wegman, gelatin silver prints. The J. Paul Getty Museum. © William Wegman
David Webb, Jeweled Toad, New York, 1963, Hiro (Yasuhiro Wakabayashi), dye imbibition print. The J. Paul Getty Museum. Purchased with funds provided by the Photographs Council. © Hiro