Authorship Rediscovered: New Evidence about Harvard’s Pair of Renaissance Terracotta Busts
Art historian Felipe Pereda and conservator Tony Sigel propose new evidence to identify the sitters and the sculptor for a pair of unusual Renaissance terracotta busts.
The Fogg at 125: An American Pre-Raphaelite Legacy
Explore the long-lasting legacy of the 19th-century American Pre-Raphaelite painters at the Fogg Museum, as we celebrate its 125th anniversary.
Art Talk: Love at the Margins—De Gheyn’s Roma Woman with a Child
Through an exceptional drawing, learn how the Roma people were depicted in the 17th-century Netherlands and about the realities of their lives.
Surface Tension: A Modern Japanese Painting Finds New Life
Pioneering conservation of the 1960 painting Fuyu, by abstract Japanese painter Kumi Sugaï, opens up new avenues for research and display.
Art Talk: Power Play—Gender Dynamics in Hubert Robert’s The See-Saw
What does Hubert Robert’s 1786 drawing of a young couple using ancient ruins as a playground suggest about relations between men and women?