Enjoy an update on his recent award, as well as a glimpse at an upcoming exhibition of his works.
Galusha uses bold color with an impressionistic style to portray the landscapes and western history of the Yampa Valley, northwestern Colorado, and the Little Snake River Valley. Featured in this exhibit are many plein air paintings from his world travels, and more.
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.
The artist’s figures often occupy transitory zones — such as a window or railway crossing — that might represent the threshold between life and death.
The yearlong celebration aims to bring more people closer to art and the MFA—signaling aspirations for the Museum’s future.
This museum exhibition explores 40 years of the artistic collaboration between Rockport father and son, Tom and T. M. Nicholas.
Learn about “Granville Redmond: The Eloquent Palette,” a traveling exhibition of some 85 early California landscapes that together comprise the largest survey of the Impressionist painter’s work ever assembled.
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.
Dean Mitchell: “I’m looking for freedom, regardless of painting styles and labels imposed on artists in regards to race and ethnic origins — total freedom to explore my full potential as an artist.”
The exhibition examines, for the first time, the international legacy of the 19th-century French painter, Jean-François Millet.