Museum Exhibitions on View

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

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Why Figure Paintings Still Matter

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.
"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.

Art for the People

Learn about an art collection of WPA-Era paintings, owned by California residents ...
Heather Arenas (b. 1969), "The Regulars," 2020, oil on cradled wood, 30 x 40 in., available through Reiner Fine Art

Your 2021 Guide to Art Museums

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.

Prophets, Priests, and Queens

The Brigham Young University Museum of Art has borrowed these 129 remarkable works to conserve and display for the first time in ...
oil painting of trees - Luigi Lucioni

Yankee Modernism?

This northeast museum should be proud to have organized the first major exhibition devoted to the remarkable realist master ...

Saints, Sinners, Lovers, and Fools

Can you visit the final stop of this touring exhibition?
The Prodigal Son Among the Swine, detail

The Prodigal Son

This museum is home to America’s largest collection of paintings by the 17th-century Spanish master Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, and thus a logical home for ...
Asher Brown Durand (American), "Summer Afternoon," 1865, oil on canvas, 22 1/2 x 35 in. (57.2 x 88.9 cm)

Transitional Nature: Hudson River School Paintings

Preview a selection of works by contemporary artists that will connect in powerful ways the past of the Hudson River School to the present art world.

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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