The Austrian parliament unanimously ratified a law on Friday which for the first time extends citizenship to descendants of Nazi victims who fled during and after Hitler's Third Reich. The move opened
Ubiquitous zimmerlinde and overbearing weeds: why Lucian Freud's paintings of plants are a window to his soul
The late British artist may be celebrated for his portraits, but at times of strain, he was happier painting plants “It was like a secret garden,” says Lucian Freud’s former studio assistant David Dawson.
DON’T KNOW much about art history, or whether you prefer the kooky irrationality of Dada to the strict linearity of de Stijl? A host of new carpets inspired by paintings provide a primer on art movements
In a major changing of the guard, Lyric Opera of Chicago’s longtime music director and principal conductor, Andrew Davis, will retire from the post at the end of the 2020-21 season, the opera company Thursday