The Secret History of Art just broke the news about what wondrous discoveries were made during the four-year restoration of The Ghent Altarpiece.
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An early, mysterious portrait of Catalina, also called Catherine of Aragon, first wife of King Henry VIII, is featured in today’s addition of Inside the Masterpiece.
The Secret History of Art just had a book review published in the fine art magazine Apollo. The review is on the recent book “Girl in a Green Gown” by the sadly deceased Carola Hicks,… More ›
The Secret History of Art just returned from a week of filming for television in Rome and Ghent. Here we are pleased to offer a short introduction to the wonderful city of Ghent, the perfect place… More ›
The Secret History of Art has an Op-Ed article in today’s LA Times about The Ghent Altarpiece and the beautiful new Getty digital imaging project that allows it to be seen in miraculous detail.
The Getty just announced that their 1 billion pixel, ultra high-quality digital image of van Eyck’s “Adoration of the Mystic Lamb,” the Ghent Altarpiece, is available to view online…. More ›
The Secret History of Art was interviewed for the renowned podcast Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon on the history of The Ghent Altarpiece and the best-seller, Stealing the Mystic Lamb:… More ›
Among the many enduring mysteries surrounding The Ghent Altarpiece by Jan van Eyck, which is both the most frequently stolen painting in history and arguably the single most influential painting of… More ›
Jan van Eyck