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When looking at or making art with children, using questions helps them think critically about their experiences.
Frida Kahlo is one of the most significant artists of the 20th century.
By Hillary Olcott
The designer’s “Junon” and “Venus” gowns represent the pinnacle of his creativity.
By Laura Camerlengo and Anne Getts
In times of trial, historical examples of perseverance can offer guidance and comfort.
By Thomas Wu
Vigée Le Brun developed a highly sought-after style of portraiture.
By Isabella Holland
Artist and educator Stephanie Dinkins wants to foster AI literacy.
By Janna Keegan
Create a journal with a collaged cover inspired by the work of Frida Kahlo.
By Suzanne Couture
Nuestro proyecto de hoy es crear un diario con una cubierta en collage inspirada por el arte de Frida Kahlo.
“Do you like it?” Kids often share their artworks as they work. Support their curiosity about the artistic process with these techniques
By Raphael Noz
This past month, the de Young quietly turned 125 years old.
By Thomas P. Campbell
The Paintings Conservation department undertook a three-year treatment of François Boucher’s Vertumnus and Pomona.
By Elise Effmann Clifford, Kathryn Harada, and Sarah Kleiner
Arnold Genthe photographed images of San Francisco on April 18, 1906.
By Karin Breuer and Victoria Binder