From the world famous "Girl with a Pearl Earring" painting to a jaguar in the grass, these incredible illustrations were all created with ballpoint pens by Portuguese artist and lawyer Samuel Silva.
People visit the contemporary daily life articles exhibition at the Changsha Museum in Changsha, capital of Central China's Hunan province, April 9, 2014.
Renoir, Picasso, Caravaggio, Rodin and Repin — these are some of the masters who will be on the National Museum of China's calendar in the following months.
The historically important Hutton-Mdi-vani jadeite necklace fashioned out of 27 beads reputedly from the Qing Dynasty's (1644-1911) imperial court sold at Sotheby's this week for HK$214 million ($27.44 million), over double the estimate of HK$100 million.
Young performers who work in conventional weekday jobs savor the traditions of Peking Opera on the weekends. Chen Nan looks behind the grease paint and the swordplay to see why.
An 8.2-centimeter-tall porcelain cup from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) fetched a staggering HK$281.24 million ($36 million) at an auction in Hong Kong on Tuesday, setting a new record for Chinese porcelain at auction.
Visitors view sculptures during the media preview of the exhibition 'Lost Kingdoms' at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, United States, April 7, 2014.
Portraits of world leaders painted by former US President George W. Bush are on display during "The Art of Leadership: A President's Personal Diplomacy" exhibit.
A doucai "chicken cup" from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) fetched HK$281 million ($36 million) to set a new record for a piece of Chinese porcelain sold at auction.
An artist was found reproducing Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece Mona Lisa with chalks on a street in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province on Saturday April 5.
Royal figures around the world, such as Prince Philip and Prince Charles from Britain, and Danish Queen Margrethe II, enjoy making art.
Sotheby's money-grossing evening sale of Modern and Contemporary Asian Art took in HK$670 million ($ 865.9 million) on April 5 in Hong Kong.