Marjorie Merriweather Post had a lifelong love affair with orchids, her favorite flower, investing significant resources into fueling this passion. Today, Hillwood's collection contains over 2,000 orchids of approximately 1,200 different species, hybrids, and clones.
Featured February Programs from the National Portrait Gallery
Hillwood reopens on February 3! We look forward to welcoming you for another year of special exhibitions, programs, and year-round beauty in the gardens.
In June, 2024, the International Conference “IV Muratov Readings”- Pavel Muratov: Archaist and Innovator will be held at the "Sapienza" University in Rome.
On January 25, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will open a new display featuring some 161 works made in the Cyclades primarily in the Early Bronze Age (3200 to 2000 BCE) from The Leonard N. Stern Collection, which is owned by the Greek state.
Widely regarded as one of the finest of its kind, British artist Howard Hodgkin’s collection of Indian paintings includes works created at the Mughal, Deccan, Rajput, and Pahari courts dating from the 16th to the 19th century.
Hamed Abdalla (1917-1985) was a pioneer of modern Egyptian art. The Zentrum Paul Klee is showing a small presentation of his work in the FOKUS series.
On view through February 4, the paintings include the iconic Flaming June by Frederic Leighton, John Everett Millais’s The Escape of a Heretic, 1559, and Edward Burne-Jones’s Small Briar Rose Series
Happy Holidays from Scala Archives for The Tretyakov Gallery Magazine.
Best wishes for a merry Christmas from Liberassociazione Paolo Muratov.
Wolf, an Emmy-winning producer and avid collector, is providing significant financial support to The Met with the endowment of the Dick Wolf Galleries.
Erskine, Hall & Coe wishes you health and happiness for the new year ahead.
The annual meeting of the members of “The Pavel Muratov International Centre of Studies” is convened for Monday, Dicember 18 on the ZOOM platform, at the following time: 9.00 USA West Coast /12.00 USA East Coast / 18.00 Central Europe / 20.00 Russia (Moscow time).
Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to present Shozo Michikawa: Inspired by Hokkaidō, an exhibition of new work by the acclaimed Japanese artist.
The virtual project THE WORLD OF ABRAMTSEVO: Travel to the Past includes the Abramtsevo Estate virtual tour, the Abramtsevo Ceramics Workshop project and The Abramtsevo Tablecloth project.
Africa & Byzantium will feature nearly 200 artworks, including many that have never before been exhibited in the United States
The National Portrait Gallery is accepting submissions for its seventh triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition.
November is here! Explore the vibrant fall gardens, view a beautiful exhibition, and enjoy all Hillwood has to offer. There is something for everyone, in person and from home.
This is Michikawa's sixth solo exhibition with our gallery and will comprise 23 new works.
Featuring more than 125 works, the presentation includes international loans and newly discovered sculptures on view publicly for the first time