A rare 15th century Torah volume, the first printed version to unite all five books of the Hebrew Bible, is coming to the auction block next month in Paris.
Francesco Guardi’s light-filled view of Venice, a painting being offered for the first time in more than a century, may fetch as much as $16.7 million at Christie’s in London in July.
A 600-year-old sculpture, hand-carved from rare wood and covered in gold? Impressive, and invisible, when the painting it frames is screaming, "Look at me!"
“The Monuments Men” is a noble movie that has a lot of big-hearted Americans and not enough crazy Nazis, not even the Fuehrer.
The gaze stays with you.
A company pays to exhibit the history of its founder. Do you want to see that exhibit in a museum?
I met with curator Sabine Rewald in her cluttered office at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to talk about girls and cats.
Chris Kojima, a partner at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., watched his elder son learn how to make a sailor’s knot.
A Metropolitan Museum of Art guard accidentally shot himself in the leg this afternoon while cleaning his gun in an employee locker room, a spokesman for the Manhattan museum said.
In the 1980s, Pei-Shen Qian, the painter at the center of an $80 million art forgery case, used to set up his easel near Manhattan’s West Fourth Street and hustle.