On March 24, 1970, at around 12:45 a.m., a powerful bomb was detonated on the steps of the Cleveland Museum of Art, toppling from its base Auguste
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Hot Dream, a new acquisition in the Ingalls Library, is a collection of 52 journals—one for every week of the year—by Jim Dine.
The museum is in the process of reevaluating the attributions of its paintings associated with Rembrandt.
Photographer Walker Evans is well known for his stark portraits of the American Great Depression, which reflect a part of our cultural memory.
Born Ando Tokutaro in 1797 near Edo, Utagawa Hiroshige is more commonly known as Ando Hiroshige, a combination of his surname and his art name Ichi
Though one can trace sampler history back to Mamluk Egypt, most sampler collections today represent works from the sixteenth to the nineteenth cent
The Oxford English Dictionary defines facsimile as: "an exact copy or likeness; an exact counterpart or representation1." The current "Collection i
"Do you want these bookplates?" inquired Mr. Langdon Warner in a letter dated 12 October 1917.
by Shelley Langdale