A close look at six newly donated pages from a Renaissance choir book.
Category: J. Paul Getty Museum
Eight thousand years of art on view in two locations, plus a year-round offering of education programs, music, theater, and more
Concrete art in Argentina and Brazil, as told through papers in the special collections.
A scholar sheds light on a long-anonymous medieval artist.
These exuberant dancers contrast strongly with Degas’s earlier ethereal ballerinas
Bacchus and his retinue cavort inside a monumental tapestry.
A collaborative conservation project begins.
Join us for #MosaicMadness to celebrate mosaics ancient and modern.
Exploring the royal iris of French art.
Van Gogh your devices.
A weaver reveals the thrill of fiber and loom
Brian English recalls Robert Mapplethorpe as boss, artist, and person.
An art historian and blogger talks about open access, the Baroque, and 17th-century executions.