The Doodle was created by Virginia-based father-and-son artist duo Jerome and Jeromyah Jones.
Black British composer, teacher and opera singer Amanda Aldridge, who used the pseudonym Montague Ring, is being celebrated by Google Doodle.
The Google Doodle for Wednesday, March 16 is dedicated to the inspirational French painter Rosa Bonheur.
The Google Doodle for January 26, 2022 is dedicated to artist Katarzyna Kobro. Here is all you need to know about the sculptor and why she is being celebrated.
The latest Google Doodle shows a hedgehog walking through a snowy scene. This is to mark the astronomical beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
Around five billion pizzas are consumed worldwide every year, with around 350 slices eaten per second in the U.S. alone, according to Google.
The computer scientist's groundbreaking work has formed the basis of several modern technologies from facial recognition and subway systems to stock trading.
The British-American physicist, born in Shanghai on November 4, 1933, was known for laying the foundation for high-speed data communication.
The Mexican festival of Day of the Dead has been celebrated by Google as thousands gather to remember those they have lost.
Zuni Pueblo artist Mallery Quetawki said she was "honored" to draw someone who is such a strong representation of her people.
The artist and writer's gender-challenging works were forgotten after the Second World War before being rediscovered in the 1990s.
The prolific actress known for her Shakespearean roles was a theater star in America for nearly 30 years.
The activist was among the leaders of the Chicano civil rights movement in the U.S. and founded the Crusade for Justice.
Google's first ever office was set up in a garage owned by Susan Wojcicki, one of the company's earliest employees and the current CEO of YouTube.
The late scientist known for her pioneering research on green tea was the first woman doctor of agriculture in Japan.
The Panama-born pioneering nurse served in various roles including for the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Today she is celebrated in a Google Doodle.
The Grammy Award-nominated Swedish DJ and producer, who died in 2018, would have turned 32 today.
Rudolf Weigl is also the scientist who invented the world's first effective vaccine against spotted fever during World War I. Today's Google Doodle celebrates his many achievements.
Global infections are forecast to hit 200 million in the next two weeks, according to the World Health Organization. In the U.S. cases have been rising sharply since July.
Created in collaboration with a Japanese animation studio, the interactive Google Doodle game pays homage to 16-bit video games from Japan.
Standing ovations for the soprano's performance of the opera "Lucia di Lammermoor" reportedly saw her return to the stage 23 times.
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were among the artists who admired the work of the folk art pioneer.
"If you've seen a Shirley Temple movie, you have in a sense gotten to know who she was as a person," Caltabiano said.
Temple won a Juvenile Academy Award aged just six years old and was one of Hollywood's youngest stars.
When Frank Kameny was fired by the government for being gay, he embarked on a lifelong fight for equal rights.
The most popular dance at the Savoy ballroom was the Lindy Hop, earning the venue the nickname "The Home of Happy Feet."
Hisaye Yamamoto's writing explored topics related to the intersection of gender, race, and ethnicity.
Anne McLaren's fundamental research on embryology was crucial to the development of IVF technology.