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Can color just be color, rather than representing something else? Step into Mondrian’s studio to find out.
In this tragic painting, Rossetti draws a comparison between himself and the medieval poet who shared his name.
Serious Art or a jungle gym? Morris shows us that art can be experienced bodily, and Minimalism can be fun.
Fancy a trip to Tate Britain? Visit the largest collection of work by Turner anywhere—no passport required.
Fuseli’s fairies resist his era’s embrace of the rational in favor of the emotive and fantastic.
An epic showdown between man’s moralizing musculature and serpentine sin.
Singer Sargent’s evocative canvas turns a sweet, ordinary scene into a symphony of shapes and colors.
Warhol used a quasi-mechanical process of silkscreen to reproduce Marilyn Monroe’s familiar face again and again.
This British-born Nigerian artist brings a Rococo painting into three dimensions, changing some critical details.
Inspired by a campaign to raise the age of consent, Watts harked back to the Athenian version of the Hunger Games.
Removing nearly all references to myth, Leighton focuses on the beauty of the nude and harmonious colors.
Cursed by a spell that will kill her if she leaves her castle, this romantic redhead takes a fatal boat ride.