It's thought to be the first artwork in history created during an auction.
Museum educators are grappling with the future of art history’s questionble works.
Titus Kaphar’s work for the Princeton & Slavery Project tells a story of buried history.
The artwork has been hotly debated for years, but its sale signals one thing absolutely: a "very unequal, even obscene distribution of wealth in the world."
10. Cow hairball, just because
Museum enthusiast Mar Dixon who runs the Culture Themes blog with Linda Spurdle, who also works at Birmingham Museums, told
'It could be possible to identify changes in the structure of a painting many years before the diagnosis.'
Painters’ brushstrokes could provide subtle clues to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s years before the diseases are diagnosed