We admit it, we are anglophiles. From Lincoln Cathedral to Sir Christopher Wren to the Young British Artists.
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Jean, duc de Berry spared no expense for this dazzling reliquary containing a thorn from the Crown of Thorns.
This catalog describes a very particular kind of room: a 17th-century curiosity cabinet.
Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Duncan Terrace Piano Destruction Concert: The Landesmans’ Homage to “Spring can really hang you up the most”
What makes a destroyed piano a work of art?
The Green Dining Room's harmonious color-scheme, craftsmanship, and medieval vibe shows Morris’s design style at its finest.
Intentionally buried as part of an elaborate ritual, this ornate object tells us so much, but also too little.
With towering stained-glass windows and an open plan, the Chapter House of York Minster is an extraordinarily grand space.
With both Romanesque and Gothic design, the Peterborough Cathedral has a long architectural history.
A ritualized, mindful engagement between reader and Hebrew Bible is supported by this manuscript’s lavish decorative program.
Just how did Gothic architects support heavy stone ceilings and create the effect of heaven on earth?
Magdalena Abakanowicz's sculptures defied categorization, seeming like coats or cocoons that tempted you to crawl inside, or hairy living creatures suspended from the gallery ceiling.
Muscles, morals, and mongrels help to illustrate the stratification of social class in Victorian England.
The museum's architectural design brings the personal tragic stories of the wars of the 20th century to visitors