Until now, all that could be made of the woman was the faintest trace of her outline. However, by using a neural network, computer scientists were able to bring the painting back to life.
The architecture, paintings and monuments that have shaped American art throughout the ages.
"I think it was just a chance to thank her for all she'd done," the Google Doodle winner said.
This summer the historic Palazzo Mediceo is hosting a contemporary exhibition of New York multi-media provocateur Rachel Lee Hovnanian - and it's spectacular.
Tyler Mitchell was the first black photographer to shoot for Vogue magazine in the publication's 126-year history.
More than 2,200 pounds of butter were used to create the inspirational artwork, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
The heat from the furnaces, combined with a summer shooting schedule, made for sweaty conditions.
The footage was filmed in 2003 for the artist's Turf War exhibition and shows a man with his face partially visible claiming to be Banksy.
An art lawyer in New York is excited by a recent ruling in a Dutch case on art looted by the Nazis that will finally be returned to a Jewish family.
Creatives often communicate and learn differently than others. This group is often given less attention, fewer tools and, ultimately, less credit when it comes to left-brain activities.
The American artist's only extant interior, perhaps the most iconic example of British Aestheticism, is a star attraction at the The Freer Gallery in Washington, D.C.
The iconic American artist Faith Ringgold takes London by storm in a powerful new show at the Serpentine Gallery.
Seems like Central Saint Martins has another future star fashion designer on their hands after Fredrik Tjærandsen's balloon dresses have gone viral.
There's unique art for everybody at the returning Five Points Festival
It took 20 volunteers five weeks to install the 58,000 fiber-optic stemmed spheres used in 'Field of Light.'
As we approach Pride and the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, New York City is home to an array of exhibitions exploring queer art, history and culture.
"I've treated many of these objects—the wedding cake, the golf bags—as individual works of art," says Andres Serrano, who's amassed more than a thousand of pieces of Trump memorabilia for his exhibition.