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This Friday: Spring Art Walk on Wisconsin Avenue

The Book Hill galleries open their doors for a night of open houses.

Book Hill Galleries Open for Spring Art Walk, May 13

The walk has become a seasonal fixture in Georgetown.

The Auction Block

Doyle New York George II Stripped Pine Pier Mirror, c. 1740 Auction Date: May 18 Estimate: $6,000 – $8,000 ...

'Luminous Landscapes' at the National Building Museum

Alan Ward's photographs seem to bottle transcendence.

'Seeing Nature' at the Phillips

For a long time I’ve harbored a shameful secret: I adore landscape paintings.

As revelations go, that was probably ...

The Auction Block

Doyle New York Platinum and Diamond Ring Signed Gumbiner Estimate: $175,000 – $225,000 Auction Date: April 18

Doyle New ...

Seeing Nature at The Phillips Collection

For a long time I’ve harbored a shameful secret: I adore landscape paintings.

As revelations go, that was probably ...

Brian Dailey: Challenging Our Instincts

The work of Brian Dailey, who defies conventions as an artist and as an individual, is currently on display at three D.C. venues.

Auction Block

Attention Presidential Partisans, Party Loyalists and Political Junkies: Preserve your campaign memorabilia. It too could become rare and valuable, someday ...

A Sanctuary for Apparitions, in Bronze

There is something exceptionally and uniquely satisfying about seeing ancient sculpture.

Since the idea of “l’art pour l’art ...

A Sanctuary for Apparitions, in Bronze

"Power and Pathos" brings Hellenistic sculpture to the National Gallery of Art.

Visual Arts Spring Preview

‘Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan’ (opens March 5) Freer – Sackler

Decades of civil unrest that began in the 1970s nearly ...

Local Spotlight: Dee Levinson at Touchstone Gallery

If artwork in museums signifies a kind of rooted, historical achievement, then the working artist is the seedling from which ...

200 Recent Gifts Celebrate 25 Years of Photography at NGA

No art form more precisely defines the past century of rapid industrial and technological advancement than photography. After its flowering ...

Museums in Winter: Art Without the Crowds

As we wring the slush off our pant legs and break up the sheets of snow that cover our vehicles ...

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