How much are some happy little trees worth to you? One art dealer believes it's a small fortune.
'The Persistence of Memory' is the most recognizable work by Salvador Dalì, who painted it in the midst of a hallucination.
The world’s most valuable paintings cost more than some luxury cars, boats, and houses.
Before the artist created ‘The Starry Night,’ he dedicated himself to the surreal and beautiful wonder of ‘Sunflowers.’
In 1965, Kempton Bunton pleaded “not guilty” to stealing a Goya from London’s National Gallery. He then told everyone exactly how and why he took it.
Prince Charles, George Bush, and Britney Spears have at least one thing in common: a passion for watercolor painting.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has found a preliminary sketch of 'The Night Watch' the painter drew directly onto the canvas, giving us new insight into his creative process.
There are a lot of things we don't quite get right about the Renaissance, including when it actually took place.
Mary Cassatt, known for her intimate paintings of mothers and children, was the only American artist invited to join the French Impressionists.
Original David Bowie artworks don’t surface often—but one was recently unearthed in a donation bin in Canada.
Works by Monet, Warhol, and Dalí; Super Bowl rings; Stradivarius violins; and 1930s comic books are just some of the items you'll find in the FBI's National Stolen Art File, a public database of more than 5500 missing items of cultural value.
From natural wonders like Guairá Falls to literary works from Hemingway and Byron to paintings by Picasso and Renoir, here's a list of just a few priceless things that are gone forever.
The happy little program includes Bob Ross painting classes and tree-planting around Michigan state park lands.
The Louvre’s online database includes literally everything, from artworks in storage to those on display at other museums.
To this day, the theft of the 'Weeping Woman' has not been solved. The case remains lodged in popular imagination in Australia.
The 1889 painting of the olive groves outside an asylum Van Gogh was staying in has been hiding a secret for years—a dead grasshopper stuck in the paint.
The painting shows Vincent van Gogh’s early experimentation with Impressionism during a two-year stint in Paris.
Fanny Eaton, the Jamaican-born British art model, was the exception to the pale rule that dominates pre-Raphaelite art, but her place in its history has been largely forgotten.
The only thing more therapeutic than watching Bob Ross’s ‘The Joy of Painting’ is assembling a puzzle inspired by it.
In 'First Ladies of the United States,' a new book from the National Portrait Gallery, historical portraits of the women of the White House are paired with new essays.
Instead of acquiring real estate and railroads, you’re collecting Bob Ross paintings and art supplies.
Learn about Claude Monet, the Impressionist painter of 'Water Lilies' and 'Impression, Sunrise.'