With color photography still in its infancy, an amateur British photographer took a series of pictures of his teenage daughter.

They are, I think you'll agree, quite compelling works of art.

Zen Art

"To Windward"
Ballpoint Pen on Paper

Godly Art for the Ungodly

Here's the question:  Does one have to be a believer to truly appreciate religious art?

Guardian critic Jonathan Jones says not as far as he's concerned.  What about you?

"F" Is For Fake . . . and Free

The astonishing story of one generous man, Mark Landis, who lavished gifts of artwork to museums far and wide.  Trouble is, all of it was phony.

New Work

Selfie I
Acrylic on canvas

Black In Britain

There's a new photographic exhibit in London, a collaboration that offers new insight into the lives led by people of color from the 1950s on.

The Architectural Eye

If you enjoy taking photos of architecture, here's some advice on perfecting your work.

Gladys Nilsson

First New York gallery show in six years.  Impressive work.

What Lies Within

Troubling . . . brilliant.  It's the singular work of James Ensor, now featured in an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago.

Faked Out

After years of allegedly fleecing buyers, a New York man's been arrested on charges he forged the work of Pollock, de Kooning and others.

Superb Art, Depraved Artist

Eric Gill was a brilliant sculptor, but his private life nearly overshadows the greatness of his work.