Now, more than ever, we all are turning to our friends, and so I am writing to remind you that we are your allies.
Double portraits were unusual in Stuart’s work. This painting shows Anna Dorothea Foster, the daughter of former Speaker of the House John Foster and her cousin Charlotte Anna Dick.
On view will be art, furniture, jewelry, and carpets ranging from antiquity through today — all vetted in keeping with BADA standards.
In addition to a core group of Ruskin’s drawings and publications, the exhibition features works by J. M. W. Turner, John Everett Millais, Edward Burne-Jones, and other leading artists of the 19th century.
Alongside two historic works by Gammell, this show includes over 40 paintings by the Guild of Boston Artists, demonstrating the representational painting tradition. (Show postponed - you can still learn about it here.)
Although Teresa Oaxaca is largely focused on perfecting her techniques and aesthetic, her body of work already demonstrates her immense talent, eclectic taste, and unreal potential.
Preview pastel paintings by five artists showing works at Fuller Art House.
Variously cast as a wastrel, builder of the Brighton Pavilion, or a slow-witted dupe, King George IV (1762–1830) is one of British history’s least understood figures. This exhibition explores his legacy as not only a great art collector, but also as a prominent patron of horse racing.
Preview the impressionistic landscapes in oil, to be shown at Williams Fine Art Dealers, here.
“Twilight Confidences” is featured in GMA’s new “In Dialogue” series, which creates conversations around a single work of art.