Writers, musicians, artists, and intellectuals met and mingled in 19th century Paris, including the likes of Claude Debussy and Claude Monet.
Celebrate the women in your life this Mother’s Day with Pittsburgh-born artist Mary Cassatt.
The connecting thread between nature and humans is the driving force behind both Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot’s and Gustav Mahler’s works.
Sculptor, Malvina Hoffman, and composer, Anton Bruckner, followed very different religious teachings.
Two Spanish creatives, artist Eduardo Chillida and composer Joaquin Rodrigo, found inspiration in their beloved Spain.
Worlds collide in Pittsburgh around the complicated and often fraught concept of love – the intricacies of which are weighted by cultural expectations and norms.
Despite not knowing each other, Spanish artist Francisco de Goya and German composer Ludwig van Beethoven were connected by the marvels they created and the challenges they endured in their lives.
The dawn played a significant role in both sight and sound for the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini and Swiss and French designers Jean Dunand and Jean Dupas.
Vienna was at a cultural zenith in 1900 when artists like Gustav Klimt and Richard Strauss embraced the new artistic radicalism.
A deep interest in jazz connects Pittsburgh-born artist, Thad Mosley, with French composer, Maurice Ravel.