Leonardo Da Vinci's Christ Painting Sells For Record $450MA painting of Christ by the Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci sold for a record $450 million (380 million euros) at auction on Wednesday, smashing previous records for artworks sold at auction or privately.
Tips For Photographing The Solar EclipseFor a few minutes on August 21, everyone in North America will be united in a solitary, awe-inspiring event: A total eclipse of the sun. Americans of all ages are expected to join by the millions to watch the sky grow dark in midday and then slowly brighten again.
Alice Cooper's 'Forgotten' Warhol Found After Four Decades In StorageAlice Cooper can be forgiven for forgetting some of the finer details of the early 1970s. After all, the rock star was touring the world and riding high off the success of tracks like "School's Out."
What's That Strange 40-Foot Structure Along The Schuylkill River?For the past three days, a strange 40-foot structure has been taking shape along the Schuylkill River, and many are asking, ‘What is it?’
Brotherly Love: Seniors Embrace Artistic Talents To Create MemorialAn occupational therapist is bringing her artistic talents to some Philadelphia senior citizens.
Philadelphia Mosaic Master Honors Wife's Art, Love In ShowHis mosaic murals have come to define the neighborhood, delineating its boundaries and highlighting its transformation over the decades into what's become a lively shopping, bar-hopping, tourist destination.
Art And Business Come Together In FairmountUnexpectedly nice weather made for a perfect day for the Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl.
Art Dealer Battles It Out With Government Over Restored PaintingSouth Jersey art dealer Matthew Schwartz claims he is in a standoff with the Government over a painting he restored that they are demanding be returned.
Zeoli Show Log 06.01.16Rich discussed Hillary Clinton not being the Democratic nominee, honor students forbidden from wearing honors cords and Doug Schoen's thoughts on who will be selected at Hillary Clinton's Vice President. He also discussed SiriusXM suspending Glenn Beck for a week over Brad Thor interview, the release of the 911 call from the Cincinnati Zoo and sugar daddies paying for college girls tuition. Rich spoke with Douglas Forrester at 3:30pm and Fine Arts Dealer Matthew Schwartz at 4:20pm.
Students, Seniors Collaborate On 'Ageless' ArtAn art exhibit at the Philadelphia Senior Center showcases inter-generational works.
Students With Behavioral Issues Brush And Sculpt Their Way To A Better Day In South JerseyFor 13 years, the program titled CASTLE has been helping Children Achieve Success through Therapeutic Life Experiences.
Celebration Of Black Art Throughout May In PhiladelphiaA South Philly non-profit will kick off its annual celebration of African American Art May 1st.