Senior curator Trinita Kennedy has selected for this exhibition nearly 70 illuminated manuscripts, paintings, and sculptures, borrowed primarily from ...
Using some 100 objects loaned by the Mucha Trust, including works owned by the artist's descendants, this exhibition explores how a Czech-born artist became the toast of Paris circa 1900.
Organized by Omaha’s Joslyn Art Museum and now on view at the Florence Griswold Museum, the touring exhibition "Revisiting America: The Prints of Currier & Ives" reminds visitors of this publishing firm’s huge influence on American visual culture.
This project uses superb artworks from a renowned, yet seldom seen, collection to offer a fresh view of the evolution of art in New Mexico during the 20th century.
This exhibition boasts significant works of art by the most dynamic artists to work in this period in France, including ...
The institution's newly commissioned work reconceives its famous painting "The Blue Boy" (ca. 1770) by Thomas Gainsborough in a contemporary context. Who painted it?
The Denver Art Museum is the first of two U.S. institutions that will present this touring exhibition that explores the powerful impact of French art on American painting.
The exhibition highlights not only the now-famous Gentileschi, but also 17 other women who succeeded in the male-dominated art world of a fascinating period.
The artist is seldom highlighted today because most of her work was destroyed during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.
The American Friends of the National Gallery of Denmark are promoting a unique opportunity that will surely fascinate most art lovers.