Waterstones, the large UK chain of bookshops, has announced that it is to close its electronic book (eBook) […]
The pick of the exhibitions and books to help you celebrate Hieronymus Bosch’s 500th anniversary.
A Richard Strauss opera, a classical Greek myth, and a painting. Do they tell the same story, and how?
His vegetable-rich portraits are unique in painting. Were they just jokes and whimsies, or is there something more substantial to them?
Online and print publications and other sources of information are usually complementary. The internet enriches, it does not replace.
How can you ensure that your descendants will have access to your photos, movies, and work many years in the future?
An unusually moral story of the classical gods; superb paintings by Rubens, Rembrandt, Elsheimer, and others.
Vasari praised Masaccio’s fresco, then six years later painted over parts of it, and put his altarpiece in front, obscuring it for nearly 300 years.
I went to close an enlarged view of a painting, and a Macintalk-like robot voice announced that my Mac was compromised.
Should we worry about claimed adverse effects of smartphones on book reading? And who suffers most if we close libraries?