Two people wearing dark clothes crouch close together, looking into each other's eyes

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, No Need for Speech (detail), 2018, Carnegie Museum of Art

Favorite Friday

Fridays are our favorite because they’re all about YOU! In response to your requests, coming to us through social media and email, we’re giving you everything you’re asking for and more.

A figure wearing a pastel striped robe sits in a golden chair in front of a deep patterned wall

David Hockney’s Divine

It’s time for our Favorite Friday! One of our followers on Instagram requested a work by David Hockney, so we’re sharing this vibrant painting of legendary actor and drag queen Divine.

A pastel pond with water lilies and lily pads floating atop it

Monet’s Water Lilies (Nymphéas)

This painting by Claude Monet is part of a series of ~250 works spanning 30 years of his life that feature the flower garden from his home in Giverny.