Having seen virtually no black subjects among the portraits he admired in Europe, Mr. Hendricks painted friends, family and strangers who conveyed a culture of assertiveness.
A two-century-old statue of the nation’s father, in the buff, is coming to the United States for the first time. And, no, he didn’t pose for it.
In a case involving an estate and a Sotheby’s expert’s valuation of two paintings by old masters, a judge sides with the Internal Revenue Service.
The Atlanta museum’s acquisition, from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, includes 13 works by the self-taught artist Thornton Dial.
The Polish artist’s works ranged from woven shrouds and tree trunks to mythic human figures that evoked the dark forces at work in the 20th century.
Institutions from Sydney to Cincinnati are hoping to draw more visitors by using outdoor projections, sometimes putting art on their buildings’ facades.
A journey through the brilliant, nearly 70-year career of a virtuoso who created some of art’s greatest portraits and had a deep respect for all his subjects.
The spare-looking show “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85” at the Brooklyn Museum offers a textured view of the political past.
When two galleries and two heirs collaborate, the stars align. A visitor can experience two artists’ works separately but in sync, as they were created.
South Dakota, which voted decisively for Donald J. Trump, is also a prime recipient of grants from the arts agencies the president wants to eliminate.