Discover contemporary artists utilizing a long-forgotten drawing medium in this gallery exhibition.
Forty-five years of creativity and friendship have linked the names of Simmons and Stephens into one entity.
The paintings in “The Poetry of Nature” reveal the natural wonders that sparked the first artistic movement in the United States, inspiring a loosely knit group of 19th-century artists to create paintings that present nature as spiritually renewing and culturally defining.
Experience the brilliance of Michelangelo’s achievements on an intimate scale through more than two dozen original drawings.
“Industry, Work, Society, and Travails in the Depression Era” will feature 95 works of art, mostly dating from the 1930s.
This weekend favorite overflows with art throughout four admission-free locations.
In addition to the national recognition and reputation the show garners for the museum, Quest has generated more than $13 million in art sales.
“A Survey of Excellence" is an exhibittion of paintings by artists who live in or have spent a significant portion of their lives in the middle of the US.
Critics admired Schille as a master watercolorist and lauded her flair for movement, light, and color. Learn more about the artist here.
To be presented only at Toledo — a major car manufacturing center — this is the first U.S. exhibition to offer an inclusive, historical overview of this theme with an emphasis on the Midwest.
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