He called himself Old Man Crazy To Paint and made his best work in his 70s. As his dragons, deities, poets and wrestlers go on show, we look at the obsessions of the poster-boy for Japanese art Had Katsushika
Life is full of lessons. Some lessons are learned in an instant--like when you touch a hot stove. Others take time to fully understand--for example, what it truly means to be in love. But regardless of
Tomes of work by Picasso, Kandinsky, Lichtenstein, Flavin, Klimt, Rothko, and more are as good as yours. A veritable art history degree's worth of books digitized by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum are
This combo makes everything better, except maybe ice cream. That would be weird. Is there a more foolproof trio of ingredients than garlic, ginger, and scallions? Hard to think of any. This holy trinity
The influential Dutch graphic designer Karel Martens is most strongly associated with typography: He even developed his home country’s gold-standard master’s degree program focusing on the discipline.