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A traveling exhibition, now at the Colby College Museum of Art, introduces the beloved African American artist to a new generation.

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Paris crowds are loving the temporarily shrouded monument. In its beauty, there’s a clear message.

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Approaches span a variety of theoretical and aesthetic vantage points.

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Richard Diebenkorn’s coastal landscape does everything you could ask an artwork to do.

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Buzzed-about shows include works by Jasper Johns, J.M.W. Turner, Man Ray and Alma Thomas.

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Artist melds light, colors and subjects into perfect harmony.

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The National Museum of African American History and Culture opens a new, politically engaged exhibition in honor of its fifth anniversary.

‘The Smokers’ could be a warning against the dangers of vice. Or it might be a sly endorsement.

The Mexican American painter was best known for works that replaced the iconic image of the Virgin of Guadalupe with vibrant depictions of contemporary female life, in all its struggle and strength.

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“Human/Nature: 2021 Arts in Foggy Bottom Sculptural Biennial” and “Artina 2021: Balancing Acts.”

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“Alma Sewing” is both a study of composure and full of weird unruliness.

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The American departure will test the resiliency of two decades of cultural investment.

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The official painter of the Venetian republic in the 14th century, Paolo is the subject of a jewel-like exhibition at the Getty in Los Angeles through Oct. 3.

The Smithsonian museum, which had been closed for more than a year, responded to visitor criticism over a quote that praised the federal service.

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Clever transitions draw on composition, color, shape or texture, and illumination or shadow.

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“Welcome Home: A Portrait of East Baltimore, 1975-1980” features work by Elinor Cahn, Joan Clark Netherwood and Linda Rich.

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National Gallery of Art exhibition surveys 33 works by the sculptor and painter, from 1966 to 2003.

The color and detail in this painting of a prize stallion being presented at a royal court in Rajasthan will blow you away.

“Our Shared Future: Reckoning with Our Racial Past” will launch Thursday, with the goal of “making the county better.”

Six masterpieces that Titian painted for Philip II of Spain have been reunited for the first time since the 16th century.

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