George W. Bush, who signs his work '43,' will display more than two dozen original paintings in his first 'intentional' art show in April. As yet undisclosed: Did world leaders get the brush?
The portrait of Hilary Mantel is the first painting of a living author to be displayed at the British Library. The painting intends to show Mantel’s “impact in the world.”
‘The Goldfinch,’ the 1654 painting by Carel Fabritius, appears on the cover of Donna Tartt’s new novel.
In a country numbed by violence, Israeli artists eschewed gory images in favor of creative dissonance to unpack Syria's dictator.