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The Year of the Dog: A Celebration of Pups in Art

They say every dog has his day. And if you follow Chinese astrology, those born under the Year of the Dog are about to get 365 of them. Beginning February 16, 2018, we bid adieu to 2017’s crowing Rooster and honor everyone’s honest, faithful, easy-going, four-legged friend: The Dog. To kick off the festivities, we’re doing a quick virtual retrospective featuring some of our favorite canines in art history and their painterly pals, followed by…

Free Women’s March Posters, Exclusively from Art.com

Are you ready for the Women’s March this Saturday, January 20? We’d like to help you get your voice heard, so we’re providing free downloadable posters from artist Melinda Beck and our own Creative Director, Kelly Niland. Simply download, print (they’re 11×17 and can be easily sized for home printers), and find your local march this Saturday. Together we rise, and Art.com is proud to be with you in spirit. Update: Melina Beck’s “My Body My Choice”…

Leonardo da Vinci: New Work from a 500-Year Old Artist

Update: Salvator Mundi has just sold at auction for a record $450 million! Here’s the news via the New York Times. Nearly five hundred years after his death, Leonardo da Vinci is still front-page news. Not only does a new, highly-anticipated biography come out from Walter Isaacson on the 17th, but da Vinci is on the market again with at least one rediscovered piece. One incredible rediscovered painting that will shortly be up for auction…

Bringing to Sherwin-Williams 2018 Color of the Year Into Your Home

The color experts at Sherwin-Williams have spoken, declaring the bold “Oceanside” as the official color of the year for 2018. According to Sherwin-Williams, this stunning, rich blue with jewel-toned green is both accessible and elusive, offering “a sense of the familiar with a hint of the unknown, bridging between old and new, light and dark.” “People today have a growing sense of adventure, and it is making its way into even the coziest corners of…

Picasso and Peace

Mention Pablo Ruiz Picasso at a party and chances are the conversation will center on his seriously distorted visages, like The Weeping Woman and The Red Armchair. But that’s just one chapter in the book on this Spanish master whose illustrious career spanned 70 years. What’s mentioned less often is his role in politics, as a Delegate at the Paris Peace Conference and in the Peace Movement, in general. While his work sometimes chronicled the…

Looking Back at the Iconic Art of Vogue

New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and while the event doesn’t necessarily make us all want to sport the latest trends, it does let us reflect on the world – and evolution – of fashion. Enduring through that evolution over the last 124 years is Vogue Magazine, whose covers and photos transcend the newsstand, gracing our walls and coffee tables alongside all the art we love. Now quick: name a Vogue artist. If your…

Top Tips to Take in the Eclipse

Are you ready to go dark? A solar eclipse occurs when the moon blocks the sun. This upcoming Great American Eclipse is considered a total eclipse, and the sun will actually be covered up entirely, which is rare even in the world of space phenomena. This August 21, we’re all invited to an incredible event in the sky, with different viewpoints depending on your location. We assembled some of our favorite “eclipse tips” to help…

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