Through more than 80 paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, and videos, the influential artists in “30 Americans” are significant contributors to the complex dialogues surrounding race, history, identity, and beauty that have shaped contemporary American art and life.
Critics admired Schille as a master watercolorist and lauded her flair for movement, light, and color. Learn more about the artist here.
Contemporary Australian painter Claire Sayers creates textured, tapestry-like, large-scale paintings, and in this exhibition interprets her native landscape through the eyes of Claude Monet.
“Industry, Work, Society, and Travails in the Depression Era” will feature 95 works of art, mostly dating from the 1930s.
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.
Preview this annual Western art show and learn about the main events here.
Experience the brilliance of Michelangelo’s achievements on an intimate scale through more than two dozen original drawings.
The exhibition will feature about 120 paintings spanning Monet’s entire career and will focus on the celebrated French impressionist artist’s enduring relationship with nature and his response to the varied and distinct places in which he worked.
“Flesh and Blood” at the Seattle Art Museum reveals the many ways the human body can express love and devotion, physical labor, and tragic suffering.
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.