- Send to Canvas
In this series, the curatorial team presents one work from the Meural art library we find essential.
Victor is an artist and illustrator working in London. In 2006 he retired from a career in government insurance to start the career as an artist he had put “on hold” when he left school nearly 40 years ago. As a senior manager in a large organization he co…
Artist of the Week
Each week our curatorial team selects one artist to showcase—contemporary, classical, and everything in between.
This week, we’re shining the spotlight on Annabeth Mohon, who creates portraits of women throughout history who were, and are “unabashedly the…
The Art of Science
Artworks from the intersection of art and science—the result of various artists’ interest in the world they see around them, as well as the very process of trying to see more.
National Geographic Masters: Annie Griffiths
The German painter Paula Modersohn-Becker was one of the most significant figures of early Expressionism. Although she had a brief career, cut short by an embolism at age 31, she created a body of revolutionary work that was bold and intense in both color…
The National Geographic Image Collection is an unparalleled treasury of iconic photography that sweeps from the end of the 19th century to today. Containing over 20 million images, the collection is an ever-growing archive of breathtaking, historic, and gr…
“If each of us can search inside ourselves for a little acorn of time or passion or ability, and find creative ways to offer that gift, a forest begins to grow.”—Annie Griffiths
When Annie Griffiths was hired by National Geographic in 1978, she was one of…