The Most Influential Female Artists of All TimeArts & Collections’ list of women who have inspired generations and sold countless works from the Renaissance to the 20th century.
Tower of London’s Ceramic Poppies Are Part of a New ProjectThe Tower of London’s ceramic poppies, used in a Remembrance Day art display in 2014, are part of a new project called: Where Are the Poppies Now.
A River Runs Through It: Exhibition of Art Inspired by LondonFive artists are preparing for their collection in the upcoming exhibition ‘A River Runs Through It’ at the Oxo Tower in September.
How Artists Throughout History Became FamousDoes an artist really have to die before their work gains fame?
New exhibition of Degas at the National Gallery'Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell' will premiere at the National Galley in September.
Sargent: The Watercolours at the Dulwich Picture GalleryThe first U.K. exhibition in nearly 100 years purely dedicated to watercolours will open its door at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, from June until 8 October 2017.
The Top Exhibitions in Paris This SeasonParisians have always been synonymous with artistic flair; their museums have always strived to embody the most up to date and crucial artwork of the age. This summer has proved to be no different. Here are the top exhibitions in Paris this season:
Must-See International Art ExhibitionsNew art exhibitions are constantly popping up all over the globe. Each museum and gallery has their own vision and message they want to emit to the world. Here are a couple of must-see international art exhibitions that should be on your radar this season
Lost Giacometti Sketches Found in Antiques ShopThe artist’s work is currently being displayed at Tate Modern. Long-lost sketches of his have been found in an antiques shop.
Works by Monet Set to Be in the Tate Britain’s ExhibitionSix paintings by Claude Monet featuring the Houses of Parliament will be brought from the U.S., Germany and France to London, where they will join the Tate Britain’s exhibition—Impressionists in London, French Artists in Exile (1870-1904).
Hokusai: Beyond the Great WaveThe British Museum pays tribute to one of the greatest artists to come out of Japan with its exhibition Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave.
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