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Rogelio Yrurtia

Work by Rogelio Yrurtia

Argentinian sculptor Rogelio Yrurtia created a range of important monuments and sculptures in Buenos Aires, including Hymn to Work (1907–1909), a dramatic group of 14 figures embodying elements of both Classicism and Romanticism.

Carlos Raúl Villanueva

Work by Carlos Raúl Villanueva

Modernist Venezuelan architect Carlos Raúl Villanueva designed the master plan and major buildings for the Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, integrating art, architecture, and landscape. In the main auditorium, precast concrete panels produce brilliant patterns of sunlight and shade, and its interior includes Alexander Calder’s distinctive installation of acoustic “floating clouds.”

In this update, Grove Art publishes 2 revised articles, as well as 172 emendations.

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Collection Guides

Join Oxford Art Online on a tour of unique art collections around the world! Written by experts and curators, our Collection Guides present the history and highlights of museums and galleries.

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Grove Guide to the Art Market

Explore the new Grove Art subject guide on the art market, which brings together articles related to finance, art law, provenance, cultural heritage, collecting, connoisseurship, galleries, auction houses, and dealers.

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UpdateGAO is an ongoing initiative to revise Grove’s articles in collaboration with their original authors, yielding updates to reflect recent developments and new scholarship. Have you contributed to Grove and want to update your article(s)? Let us know.

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Latin American Art

Grove Art continues a major initiative to revise and expand Grove’s content on Latin American art and architecture. Led by Tom Cummins at Harvard University, this project includes scholarship on topics from the Pre-Columbian period to present day.