The Phillips Collection museum in Washington illustrates the lives of migrants lost at sea.
“Heavenly Earth: Images of Saint Francis at La Verna” includes 30 pieces of Franciscan art centered on the miraculous 13th-century event. The exhibit was to open Feb. 25.
A two-part exhibition, one at the Vatican and the other at the Jewish Museum of Rome, explores together the significance of the menorah.
From now until June 4, visitors to the National Gallery can step back into the Renaissance to marvel at the unmatched craftsmanship of this artistic family whose works decorated Florence, birthplace of the Italian Renaissance.
BALTIMORE (CNS) — A 500-year-old oil painting of “The Glorification of the Virgin” now on display at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore is a genuine […]
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Artwork on display in a new exhibit at a Washington museum captures the immigrant experience. The art by 10 immigrants who left their […]