The National Portrait Gallery presents an assemblage of 50 John Singer Sargent drawings. Learn more in this preview.
Created during the modern civil rights era, Lawrence’s thirty intimate panels interpret pivotal moments in American history and, as he wrote, “depict the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”
This museum exhibition explores 40 years of the artistic collaboration between Rockport father and son, Tom and T. M. Nicholas.
The yearlong celebration aims to bring more people closer to art and the MFA—signaling aspirations for the Museum’s future.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the death of the legendary painter Raphael, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will bring together these works for the first time...
Using a variety of approaches, Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso often melds her own image to artists from the past, creating self-portraits that transcend time while conveying the inspiring stories of historical women.
At turns dreamy, dramatic, and lyrical, Yiadom-Boakye’s images depict people living in worlds where they have complete sovereignty and are viewed as human beings rather than artistic symbols of pain, suffering, triumph, or other projected notions.
This exhibition shines a long-overdue light on the ingenuity and prominence of the Florentine artist who was a student of Donatello, a teacher of Michelangelo, a favorite of Lorenzo de’ Medici, and an active collaborator with many other artists.
Enjoy a selection of portraits, history paintings, still lifes, genre scenes, and landscapes from the early Renaissance through the 1800s.
By embracing an organic approach to collecting and by freely integrating multiple subjects, time frames, and media, the Lynches created lively conversations about artistic creativity, regional styles, and evolving traditions in America.
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