Preview a selection of works by these painting colleagues who share an enthusiasm for expressive oil painting and sound technique.
This exhibition draws its title from an inscription in the rotunda (“to be used solely for art purposes”) and seeks to explore the implications of these words.
Through more than 80 paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, and videos, the influential artists in “30 Americans” are significant contributors to the complex dialogues surrounding race, history, identity, and beauty that have shaped contemporary American art and life.
Each of these painters reproduces the world around them with a highly distinct process and result.
Preview an exhibition of oil paintings by William R. Davis and Justin Wood.
Enjoy a selection of portraits, history paintings, still lifes, genre scenes, and landscapes from the early Renaissance through the 1800s.
Continually visited by domestic and international audiences, this art museum draws a wide range, with international tourists accounting for 28 percent of its visitors.
The collection was formed over five decades by Mrs. Kosovsky, with the support of her husband, Dr. Harry Kosovsky, and includes 27 etchings, 14 lithographs, and one pastel, which range from Whistler’s early etchings of the late 1850s to lithographs of the late 1890s.
Discover more than 70 paintings of seascapes, classic sailing yachts, picturesque harbors and villages, shore birds, marsh, and river views by 25 award-winning artists.
Each of these paintings represents an artist’s intimate communion with the landscape and presents the viewer with an opportunity to join in. Preview the show here.