Major Exhibition at The Met of Winslow Homer’s Watercolors and Oil Paintings to Examine Themes of Conflict and Struggle in His A

Renowned for his powerful paintings of American life and scenery, Winslow Homer (1836–1910) remains a consequential figure whose art continues to appeal to broad audiences. Opening April 11, 2022, Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents will reconsider the artist's work through the lens of conflict, a theme that spans his prolific career.

Happy birthday, Mikhail Vrubel!

On March 17, 1856, the brilliant Russian artist Mikhail Vrubel was born.

Heidi Bucher. Metamorphoses I 8.4.–7.8.2022

The Kunstmuseum Bern presents the most comprehensive retrospective to date on Heidi Bucher in collaboration with the Haus der Kunst, Munich, and the Muszeum Susch.

Last few days: SMALL WORKS, GREAT ARTISTS, until 11 March 2022

Erskine, Hall & Coe are pleased to present our annual Small Works, Great Artists exhibition for the fourth year running.

The Through the Fire online auction is now open!

This highly curated auction will complement Hillwood's upcoming virtual fundraising benefit, Through the Fire.

News from National Portrait Gallery

Together with our co-hosts from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, we will explore labor justice and the ways that workers leverage their power in relationship with Domingo Ulloa’s 1960 painting “Braceros” and a 1975 photograph by Cathy E. Murphy depicting Fred Ross and Dolores Huerta.

Mehr als Naturtalente | Zentrum Paul Klee

Der März beginnt musikalisch: Les Passions de l’Âme beglücken Sie mit einem farbenprächtigen Oratorium von Georg Friedrich Händel und das Abschlusskonzert des Piano Trio Fest bringt gleich drei Meister von Weltrang gemeinsam auf die Bühne.

March is beautiful at Hillwood

Spring is coming! Wander the gardens to find early bloomers, and celebrate Orchid Month, in honor of Marjorie Post's favorite flower.

The Luxury of Clay Lecture Series | Hillwood Museum

Explore stories of porcelain, historic and contemporary, inspired by the special exhibition The Luxury of Clay: Porcelain Past and Present. Virtual Conversation with Artist Roberto Lugo

The Met Acquires Exceptional Renaissance Bronze Roundel Attributed to Gian Marco Cavalli

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that it has acquired an extremely rare bronze relief attributed to Gian Marco Cavalli, an Italian goldsmith, sculptor, print engraver, and medalist who worked for the Gonzaga court in Mantua. Created around 1500

Fictions of Emancipation: Carpeaux Recast | THE MET

Featuring more than 35 works, Fictions of Emancipation: Carpeaux Recast will reflect on the role Western art has played in representing misconceptions of racial difference

Now Open: SMALL WORKS, GREAT ARTISTS, until 11 March 2022

Erskine, Hall & Coe are pleased to present our annual Small Works, Great Artists exhibition for the fourth year running.

New collection: France's Centre des Monuments Nationaux | Scala Archives

Scala is proud to represent France's Centre des Monuments Nationaux; which includes world famous sites and monuments such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Pantheon, the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, Mont-Saint-Michel, Carcassonne, and the castle of Azay-le-Rideau to name just a few.

"The Luxury of Clay: Porcelain Past and Present" opens February 19

The discovery of porcelain in Europe is one of innovation and intrigue—one that shaped the luxury goods market in the 18th century.

On 19 June the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center will present the 2022 New Israeli Sound festival

The New Israeli Sound festival will be one of the musical highlights of the summer of 2022, and it will take place for the first time both inside the museum itself and across the entire area adjacent to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center.

March is Orchid Month at Hillwood

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.

Josef Rainer "Metamorphoses" | Alessandro Casciaro art gallery

In Ovid's cosmological-mythological epic “Metamorphoses”, the protagonists – gods and heroes alike – are subject to constant change.


Regarded in his time as the most important painter in France, Jacques Louis David (1748–1825) produced major canvases that shaped the public’s perceptions of historical events in the years before, during, and after the French Revolution.

Bern feiert den bedeutenden Schweizer Künstler Jean-Frédéric Schnyder

Neben einer Einzelausstellung in der Kunsthalle Bern (ab 25. Februar 2022) zeigt das Kunstmuseum Bern eine Accrochage aus den eigenen Sammlungsbeständen.

Tauchen Sie in die farbenprächtige Welt von Gabriele Münter | Zentrum Paul Klee

Tauchen Sie in die farbenprächtige Welt von Gabriele Münter ein und entdecken Sie eine Künstlerin, die in der Kunstgeschichte viel zu lange unbeachtet blieb.



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