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A long-lost painting believed to be worth $6.5 million was found in a random woman’s kitchen in France
A long-lost painting from the Florentine artist Cimabue was discovered in a French woman's kitchen.
South Korean artist Young-sung Kim is taking photo-realism to new heights by creating paintings that he says are "more real than reality."
The $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting that’s said to be sitting on a Saudi prince’s yacht was once bought for just $1,000. Here̵...
While some people believe that Leonardo da Vinci created the piece alone in the 1500s, others think the painter worked on it alongside his students.
Trump sent US troops to the southern border for a ‘national emergency.’ They’re about to spend the next month painting his wall.
They were sent to the border to deal with a humanitarian and national security crisis. Instead, they are painting Trump's wall to make it look better.
Photo of Bill Belichick is being compared to a famous painting of Jesus, and the similarity is jarring
A Twitter user spotted a resemblance between a recent photo of New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and a Renaissance painting of Jesus Christ.
A famous Monet painting just sold to a mysterious buyer for a record $110.7 million — more than 44 times what the seller paid for it
A Monet painting just sold for $110.7 million in New York, breaking the record for the most expensive Impressionist artwork ever sold at auction.
This iconic painting just sold for $90.3 million — and it shattered a major auction record by more than $30 million
David Hockney's iconic "Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)" shattered auction records for most expensive work sold by a living artist.
Trump hung an over-the-top painting of himself with other Republican presidents in the White House — and people are bewildered
"The Republican Club" — a painting of Trump hanging out with past Republican presidents by Andy Thomas — hangs in the White House. Some people think it's a secret critique of the president, while others think it complements Trump.
A ‘technologically illiterate’ New Yorker illustrator explains why he finally started drawing on an iPad
Ulriksen is just one of a new batch of professional artists who have embraced tablets like Apple's iPad and its Pencil stylus to make illustrations easier, faster, and more ready for the computers and screens most art is consumed on these days.
In San Francisco’s ‘Puff Pass Paint’ class, people make art while getting high on marijuana — take a look inside
Here's what it's like to attend a painting workshop where everyone is high.