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ARCIS, a U.S. Foreign Trade Zone for the storage of cultural property and fine art. Richard Mitchell /Richard Mitchell hide caption

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Planet Monet (Classic)

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The final restoration project by the nonprofit Advancing Women Artists group features works by Violante Ferroni, an 18th century prodigy about whom little is known today. Francesco Cacchiani/AWA hide caption

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'Where Are The Women?': Uncovering The Lost Works Of Female Renaissance Artists

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Frits Thaulow, Cottages in the Snow, 1891 Bequest of David P. Kimball in memory of his wife, Clara Bertram Kimball/Museum of Fine Arts, Boston hide caption

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Bequest of David P. Kimball in memory of his wife, Clara Bertram Kimball/Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

José Clemente Orozco, Rear Guard, 1929, lithograph. Collection of the McNay Art Museum, Museum purchase with funds from the Cullen Foundation, the Friends of the McNay, Charles Butt, Margaret Pace Willson, and Jane and Arthur Stieren José Clemente Orozco / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOMAAP, Mexico hide caption

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Artist Sacha Jafri, standing on his gigantic painting entitled "The Journey of Humanity," hopes to raise $30 million to fund health and education initiatives for children living in poverty worldwide. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After 7 Months And 1,400 Gallons Of Paint, 1 Seriously Large Painting Is Finally Done

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Before and after the recent "restoration" of a statue in the northern Spanish city of Palencia. Courtesy of Antonio Guzmán Capel hide caption

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Catrina Reyna (Fancy Lady Queen) by José Alfonso Soteno Fernández and Juan José Soteno Elias of Metepec, Mexico, 2016, polychrome ceramic and wire. Michael Tropea/National Museum of Mexican Art hide caption

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For Día De Los Muertos, Remembering Those Lost To The Coronavirus

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Mark Loughney, Pyrrhic Defeat: A Visual Study of Mass Incarceration, 2014-present. Graphite on paper (series of more than 600 drawings) Mark Loughney hide caption

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'Marking Time' And Making Art In Confinement

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The formerly missing panel is titled, There are combustibles in every State, which a spark might set fire to. --Washington, 26 December 1786, Panel 16, 1956. Anna-Marie Kellen/The Metropolitan Museum of Art hide caption

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Artist In Residence Creates Portraits Of Reform At The District Attorney's Office

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French woman conductor for the Paris Trolley Company, 1917 Excelsior – L'Equipe/Roger – Violett/National WWI Museum and Memorial hide caption

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Riva Lehrer's 2010 charcoal mixed-media collage portrait of Alison Bechdel, author of the Dykes to Watch Out For comic strip and the memoirs Fun Home and Are You My Mother? National Portrait Gallery/Disability Futures Fund hide caption

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20 Artists In Inaugural Class Of Disability Futures Fellows Receive $50,000 Grants

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Get Well Soon! is an online artwork of more than 200,000 comments from the GoFundMe website. Visit the Get Well Soon! site. Sam Lavigne and Tega Brain hide caption

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Artists Turn GoFundMe Comments Into A 'Get Well Soon!' Card For A Sick System

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Manuel Mathieu named his 2017 painting of his grandmother Self-portrait because of the role she played in making him who he is. It was purchased by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2018. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts hide caption

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'Can I Make Sure That I'm Not The Only One?' Artist Helps Museum Diversify Collection

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