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Art

The Met Just Released 375,000 Priceless Artworks into the Public Domain

America's largest museum sets free its iconic collection of paintings and sculptures.
Beckett Mufson
2.9.17
Gaming

Ever Want to Destroy a Priceless Painting? Play This Game!

Thanks to designers Tom Galle, Eiji Muroicci, and Dries Depoorter, this Monet is ripe for the punching.
Beckett Mufson
12.31.16
Art

You Can Now Have Hundreds of Famous Artworks in Your Home

Works by van Gogh, Cèzanne, Rembrandt, Monet, Manet, and more are at your fingertips thanks to Electric Objects' new deal with The Getty, The National Gallery of Art, LACMA, The Rijksmuseum, and The New York Public Library.
Beckett Mufson
5.26.16
Fashion

Colorist Dyes Hair to Look Like Warhol, van Gogh Masterpieces

'Fine Art Series' is a photographic collection of Ursula Goff's hairstyles influenced by major works of art.
Luis Carreño
2.2.16
seafood

Why Trout Is Turning Blue in an Old Garage in Queens

Blue trout is a rarely-encountered, almost forgotten classic in which a live trout is knocked cold, gutted, then poached in vinegar court-bouillon, which turns its skin a glassy indigo color. But M. Wells Steakhouse is keeping the fishy tradition alive...
Adam Gollner
12.27.15
Art

Chart a World Map Made of the Most Expensive Paintings on Earth

This atlas is obscene.
Nathaniel Ainley
6.30.15
Art

Everything We Know About the Art in 'Empire'

Step inside the world of Cookie and Lucious—from Klimt to Kehinde Wiley, here's a guide to the art in 'Empire.'
Becky Chung
3.17.15
Art

Researchers Make A Micro Monet The Size Of A Protozoa

Scientists used nano-technology to make a tiny Impressionist recreation. We don't want to think about how long it would take to make something by a Surrealist.
Zach Sokol
7.3.14
Motherboard Blog

'Cache Monet' Woos Art Collectors with GIFs

Digital art is usually a hard sell, but this loop of retro GIFs has broken into the collectors' scene.
Nadja Sayej
12.12.13
Motherboard Blog

Claude Monet Had Trippy Ultraviolet Vision

It's the painter's perennial conundrum: How does one interpret reality, so it, you know, doesn't look like everybody else's? While many painters across the canvas of history may resort to the occasional LSD or opium bomb, it turns out all Claude Monet...
Lara Heintz
4.24.12