Clark Art Institute

As war rages in Ukraine, an exhibition considers four centuries of armed conflict through the eyes of artists on the front lines

Images by Francisco de Goya, Roger Fenton and others at the Clark Art Institute offer historical counterpoints to horrific footage from the current conflict, reflecting how much—and how little—about war has changed

The best art day trips you can take from Berlin, London and New York

From crumbling castles to beach huts and giant chalk drawings on the English coast, there's no need for PCR tests if you live near these local gems

Rediscovering Ida, the lesser-known O’Keeffe

A show opening at the Clark Art Institute reveals how Georgia O’Keeffe thwarted her sister’s career in art

How Renoir’s nudes helped the Clark get its groove back

An exhibition sheds refreshing new light on the artist’s development

US museum criticises use of Gérôme’s Slave Market in German right-wing campaign

Anti-immigration party AfD is using provocative 19th-century work on its posters for the upcoming European elections