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"Shad Fishing at Gloucester," 1881, oil on canvas, Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Brush and Camera of Thomas Eakins

Thomas Eakins, the great realist painter, photographer, sculptor, and instructor, is closely associated with Philadelphia. But he also spent time in another northeastern state ...
Painting by William Merritt Chase

Paintings from the National Academy of Design

Among the masters represented by the show’s 100 works are Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, John Singer Sargent, Richard Estes, Lois Dodd, Andrew Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish, Cecilia Beaux, and Wayne Thiebaud.

The Loaded Brush

Historical master Thomas Eakins (1844-1916) used oil sketches both in his studio practice and as a teaching tool at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. The institution is now offering a great exhibition featuring artworks by alumni and faculty that provides insight into the efficacy and practice of oil sketches, highlighting Eakins’ influence.
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Worth the Visit: The John F. Peto Studio Museum

Experts have come to acknowledge this artist as one of the leaders of late 19th-century America’s trompe l’oeil movement.
Image credit: Kimbell Art Museum

Coming Soon: Art Conservation Panel

The art conservation panel includes representatives from the Kimbell, the Met, the Fine Art Museum of San Francisco, and Princeton.

Making American Artists

This collection spotlights both well-known names and traditionally underrepresented artists, posing questions about what it has meant to be an American artist over two centuries.

Mentor and Master: The Enduring Influence of Jean-Léon Gérôme

A shared passion for researching the life and art of Jean-Léon Gérôme, and the lessons that can be learned 150 years later.
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On the Water: A River Exhibition

Celebrating the spirit of exploration and expeditionary journal-painting, this exhibition presents historic images in conversation with contemporary river artists.
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New Watercolor Paintings from Mario Robinson

Robinson’s work combines traditional methods, but in a thoroughly modern way. See a preview of his new exhibition here.

Wild Spaces, Open Seasons

Important works by some of America’s greatest 19th- and early 20th-century painters feature during an exhibition that celebrates artists’ captivation with hunting and fishing.

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