Egon Schiele: A Singular Style

One hundred years after his early death, Egon Schiele's tortured work has never been so in touch with the spirit of the times, marked by uncomplicated egotism and a fascinating relationship with existential unease.

From the Home of Tommy and Dee Hilfiger

The all-American power couple opens their doors to Sotheby’s Home in this exclusive sale of their exquisite furniture and decór, collected and cherished throughout the years in their Connecticut landmark mansion.

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Georgia O'Keeffe's Lost Paradise

Known to the general public for her colorful and close-up floral paintings, Georgia O’Keeffe was one of the most important American artists of the 20th century. She found her place in the world on a ranch in New Mexico, when she left her husband in search of herself.

Gio Ponti: A Founding Architect

Italy wouldn’t really be Italy without Giovanni Ponti, more widely known as Gio Ponti. Both as an architect and a designer, he left his mark on the country during the first half of the 20th century,  when he succeeded in reinventing a distinctive Italian style and exporting it internationally.

Elgin Watches: Keeping Time during Turmoil

Founded in 1863 and lasting for just over a century, Elgin was one of the leading watch manufacturers in the United States. The company embodied the ideals of American industrial capitalism, and to this day their reliable and inexpensive models maintain a good reputation among lovers of vintage watches.

El Greco: A Meeting of East and West

Greeted with puzzlement by his contemporaries, despised after his death, then largely forgotten, it was not until the 19th century that El Greco was rediscovered by the French Romantics and reintroduced to the modern artistic canon.

The World's 8 Best Art Hotels

Around the world there are many wonderful hotels that pay particular attention to art. From permanent exhibitions to suites dedicated to artists and featuring large installations, here are 8 hotels where you can sleep surrounded by art!

6 to Know: Les Lalanne

Husband and wife Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne shared their lives and careers for five decades, leaving behind a unique body of work. Here are 6 facts you may not know about this duo of genius sculptors.