A little over a century ago, Wilhelm Hansen – a Danish insurance magnate – went the whole hog collecting French art. He was 48 when he made his first purchases (two Sisleys, a Pissarro, a Monet and a and
- The Telegraph
Gustave Caillebotte is now considered to be one of the most recognizable artists of Paris’ golden age, the Fin-de-Siècle. Although he is now known for his work as a painter, Caillebotte’s life was filled with many other interests and pastimes. If you’d have asked his contemporaries, such as Edouard Manet and Edgar Degas, they might have been more inclined to talk about Caillebotte as a patron of the arts rather than an artist in his own right.
- My Modern Met - Emma Taggart
From stitched seascapes to textile portraits, many artists around the world are showcasing the endless possibilities of embroidery art. UK-based artist Sew Beautiful is one expert who is taking the craft
- Forbes - Chadd Scott
Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks. Grant Woods’ American Gothic. Georges Seurat’s A Sunday on the Grande Jatte. All of them among the most recognizable images in art history. All of them in the permanent collection