This artist draws on legends, fables and folk tales from around the world to invest his animal subjects with meaning and emotion, revealing a common cultural language that resonates with children and adults alike. Who?
Learn about an exhibit that explores the role of women during WWI and the impact of fashion on the economy, uniforms, and post-war emancipation.
"Storm of Progress" will showcase a range of media, including paintings, sculpture, photographs, prints, and decorative arts. Among the artists represented are Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Käthe Kollwitz, Gabriele Münter, Joseph Beuys, and Georg Baselitz.
Every winter, Fine Art Connoisseur highlights America’s art museums and the important, wide-ranging roles they play in our lives. Review our 2021 guide for free here.
This selection of paintings and prints from a major private Charleston collection of Northern Renaissance art introduces a world of intensely, and sometimes disturbingly, vivid imagery.
Unlike contemporaries, Rembrandt’s etchings were not reproductive of his paintings and are considered individual masterpieces. Preview the works in this exhibition and learn about the featured virtual tour.
These defining works were created during the iconic American painter’s early career while he lived in and visited Paris. Find out where you can view them in person in this exhibition preview.
The group includes drawings by Rembrandt van Rijn, Jacob Ruisdael, Gerrit van Honthorst, and many other artists of the “Golden Age” of Dutch art. View the full list of works here.
This exhibition explores the city’s unique relationship with this Impressionist artist, showcasing the Art Institute’s exemplary holdings alongside works from esteemed Chicago-based collections. Preview it here...
This Wisconsin museum is ready to present the latest edition of its annual "Painting the Figure Now" exhibition. On view will be images of people in every possible mode, reminding us that the human form is a subject with inexhaustible potential for artists.