Art history sleuths reunite mother with husband and son in 17th-century Flemish portrait
Scholars have pieced together separate parts of painting after 200 years
Forgotten chapter of Renaissance and Baroque painting to be set in stone
An exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum will look at how artists incorporated the unique properties of polished stone into their paintings
Dante’s dazzle: was the ineffable light described in the Divine Comedy the inspiration for Italian Renaissance and Baroque paintings of Heaven?
Art historian Martin Kemp turns his focus onto the Italian author's interest in the failure of sight when confronted with Empyrean splendours
Furniture restorer disfigures Murillo’s 17th-century Virgin Mary—and charges owner €1,200
Spain’s art conservation community say the country needs to better regulate the industry
Order, imagination and technology at the new Ringling Museum
After rebuilding work lasting ten years and costing $20 million, the Ringling Museum has been reopened to the public.