This ornate bust depicts a prosperous resident of the ancient Syrian city.Read More
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A new preservation strategy for an icon of midcentury architecture.Read More
Romare Bearden’s life provides a fascinating window into the history of the United States and its art.Read More
Creating an online experience from the archives.Read More
A wide-ranging discussion—from descriptions of Mayan artifacts pulled from a picnic basket to the GRI’s newest initiatives—with the new director of the GRI.Read More
Urban development, lack of resources, and weather are among current challenges.Read More
The hidden story of a marble bust.Read More
A new exhibition at the Getty is all about the book of beasts—the medieval bestiary.
What is a bestiary? It is a richly illustrated book containing stories about lions, unicorns, foxes, whales, and more animals—both real and imagined, common and fantastical. In this video, Getty Museum curators Elizabeth Morrison and Larisa Grollemond introduce a few of their favorite medieval beast stories and explain what makes the bestiary such a fascinating and visually compelling art form.
Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World is on view at the Getty Center until August 18, 2019; admission is free.Read More
What did people in medieval Europe believe about animals and how have those beliefs impacted art and culture then and now?Read More