Museum Exhibitions on View

Learn about current and upcoming fine art museum exhibitions, showcasing historical paintings, traveling art shows, museum solo shows, and more.

"The Cardsharps," about 1595, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas

Among Friends and Rivals: Caravaggio in Rome

Whether for his large dramatic canvases or his larger-than-life persona, the name Caravaggio evokes images of turmoil and violence, both sacred and profane.
Kami Mendlik (b. 1973), "The Silver Lining Again," 2022, oil on linen, 30 x 30 in., private collection

Two Complementing Exhibitions at MMAM

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum is presenting two simultaneous exhibitions that complement one another perfectly. They are ...
Western art - Alfred Jacob Miller (1810–1874), "A Wounded Buffalo Overthrowing a Hunter in Pursuit," c. 1837, watercolor on paper, 7 1/4 x 10 3/8 in., National Museum of Wildlife Art (Jackson, Wyoming), JKM Collection

Alfred Jacob Miller: Revisiting the Rendezvous

Western Art on View > Miller’s subjects were primarily the Native people he had met, as well as memorable geological formations, landscapes, hunting scenes, and animal encounters.
Odd Nerdrum paintings

Art On View: Odd Nerdrum, Painter of the North

By breaking with the avant-garde, Odd Nerdrum opposes such thinking and, as it were, repairs the avant-garde rupture.
Indefinitely Wild (installation view), 2023, UCI Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art, photo by Jeff McLane

Indefinitely Wild: Preserving California’s Natural Resources

In the exhibition, guest curator Cassandra Coblentz juxtaposes turn-of-the-century landscape paintings of the state’s natural resources with historical materials and ...

Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature

Presented in a playful installation, "Drawn to Nature" features personal letters, photographs, books, diaries, decorative arts, sketches, and watercolors that explore the inspirations behind Potter’s stories and characters.

34 Hendricks Works on View

The exhibition examines the work of an African American artist whose works have "stratospheric prices and influence today."
Christoffel Bisschop (1828-1904), "Winter in Friesland," c. 1876, oil on canvas, 31 4/5 x 53 in., Fries Museum

Christoffel & Kate Bisschop: Longing for the Past

The childless couple filled their mansion in a fashionable seaside resort with antiques that regularly appeared in their well-composed, somewhat sentimental scenes of daily life in the past.
Western Art - Eanger Irving Couse (1866–1936), "The Cacique," c. 1932, oil on canvas, 34 5/8 x 45 11/16 in., Harwood Museum of Art, gift of the Lewis J. Affelder Estate

New Mexico Museum Celebrates 100 Years

Affiliated with the University of New Mexico since 2007, this museum is home to a 6,500-object collection featuring works by Native American, Hispano-, and European-American artists.

Giacomo Ceruti: A Compassionate Eye

Don't Miss > An exhibition featuring hauntingly realistic portraits of men, women, and children experiencing poverty by 18th-century Italian artist Giacomo Ceruti.

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