Mystic Seaport Museum, in partnership with Tate, London, will host a major monographic exhibition devoted to the watercolors of one of Britain’s greatest painters: J.M.W. Turner (1775–1851).
Drawings from the 17th and 18th centuries and a sculpture by a Catalan Modernist enhance the museum’s comprehensive collection of Spanish Art. Learn about each of the pieces here.
This exhibition explores how the largest printmaking company in 19th-century America visualized the nation’s social, political, and industrial fabric.
Featuring original paintings, works on paper, vintage posters, and accompanying artifacts, this exhibition highlights the changes to daily life in America during three very different decades: the “Fabulous Forties” to the “Sensational Sixties.”
The focus on O’Keeffe’s wardrobe shown alongside key paintings and photographs confirms and explores the artist’s determination to be in charge of how the world understood her identity and artistic values.
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.
Museums across the nation will adopt the policy of the Smithsonian for free entry on "Museum Day." Find out how to get your ticket here.
Critics admired Schille as a master watercolorist and lauded her flair for movement, light, and color. Learn more about the artist here.
The National Portrait Gallery presents an assemblage of 50 John Singer Sargent drawings. Learn more in this preview.
“In my life and in my art, light is synonymous with joy and an antidote to difficulties and darkness,” says the artist. “I’m always looking for the silver lining.”