Art historian attributes recently resurfaced drawing to Leonardo da Vinci

It could perhaps be said that every art historian who has embarked on the path of research hopes, if only even slightly, to make a discovery unlike any other. For […]

Anonymous Was a Woman announces 2020 recipients of grants totaling $250,000

More than 600 women artists have been awarded the Anonymous Was a Woman grants. The $25,000 (£18,800) unrestricted grants are given in recognition of accomplishments, artistic growth, originality, and potential […]

Andy Warhol Foundation names 2020 Arts Writers Grants

The Andy Warhol Foundation has named its 2020 cohort of Arts Writers Grants recognising 22 writers across three categories, articles, books, and short-form writing. The recipients receive one-on-one time with […]

Curator’s discover sheds new light on “Michelangelo’s Graffiti” at the Palazzo Vecchio

Florence’s Palazzo Vecchio is home to many treasures but it’s a bit of carved graffiti on the façade of the building that is receiving renewed interest recently. Known as L’importuno […]

Research into 9,000-year-old Wilamaya Patjxa burial site suggests women were big-game hunters, bucking long-held notions of gender roles

A new discovery of an ancient burial site shows just how much we still don’t know about ancient societies. A 9,000-year-old burial site in southern Peru potentially shows that what […]

International Photography Awards announce 2020 winners

The winners of the 2020 International Photography Awards have been announced and among the photos are some of the most breathtaking and awe-inspiring photos you’ll see this year. Launched in […]

Study suggests alcohol withdrawal led Van Gogh to cut off his ear

Perhaps one of the most infamous tales in art history is that Vincent van Gogh cut off his ear. Theories for the artist’s actions have been theorized, but a new […]