This museum houses one of the largest Greek and Roman antiquities collections in the southeastern U.S., so it makes sense for it to celebrate the centenary of American women’s right to vote — and of its own founding — with...
Opening shortly before Thiebaud’s 100th birthday, the career-spanning exhibition of 100 objects made over more than 70 years is the largest survey of Wayne Thiebaud’s work in in two decades.
While the literal meaning of a piece of art is often to simply entertain the viewer, Kevin Chambers intends to portray an underlying allegorical meaning that carries a more insightful message.
This invitational exhibition features over 100 works by leading artists, including John Pototschnik, in the western genre. The collection celebrates a diverse range of artists and styles; from traditional cowboy scenes to stylistic depictions of Native American life, landscape and portraiture, painting, and sculpture.
A total of 510 artists from around the world submitted 830 works for the three-person jury’s consideration, but in the end, only 114 artists will participate in this exhibition.
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.
Travel back in time to experience the iconic American painter like never before in this major loan exhibition that features 57 of Hopper’s paintings, drawings, watercolors, and magazine covers.
This juried exhibit combines natural history and fine art in various styles ranging in medium from oil and watercolors, to exquisite pencil and ink works, paper cutouts, and sculptures.
"Wonders of the West" celebrates America’s Western culture through scenic landscapes, crafts by Native American artisans, and more.
See some of the world's greatest paintings in person when the National Gallery becomes the first UK national museum to reopen.