Joanna Koerten’s Scissor-Cut Works Were Compared to Michelangelo
And then, snip by snip, she was cut out of the frame of Renaissance art history.
18th-Century Lovers Exchanged Portraits of Their Eyes
The miniature paintings celebrated and commemorated love at a time when public expressions of affection were uncouth.
Introducing “And, Also, Too”: A Column Dedicated to the Theory and Practice of Art
The image of the artist as eccentric genius or shaman is ubiquitous in popular culture for good reason. ...