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Sarah Braman, artist's digital rendering of "Life Shape," sculpture to be fabricated, 2013. Courtesy of the artist.
Sarah Braman: Alive: Maud Morgan Prize 2013 November 23, 2013 - March 30, 2014

“Sarah Braman: Alive” debuts new sculpture, painting, and video by the Museum’s 2013 Maud Morgan Prize recipient. Established in 1993 in recognition of artist Maud Morgan (1903–99), the Prize honors a Massachusetts woman artist whose creativity and vision has made...

Dawit L. Petros, Colorscape, Coordinate #23, Ethiopia, 2013
Dawit L. Petros: Sense of Place October 26, 2013 - April 13, 2014

Part of an annual series of MFA exhibitions focusing on SMFA graduates of the past decade whose work has achieved international acclaim, “Dawit L. Petros: Sense of Place” features the photographs, video art, and sculpture of this 2007 SMFA Masters degree recipient. Petros was born in...

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John Singer Sargent Watercolors October 13, 2013 - January 20, 2014

Members see it first: early weekend entry through January 19. “To live with Sargent’s water-colours is to live with sunshine captured and held,” according to the painter’s first biographer. Presenting more than 90 of Sargent’s dazzling works, this exhibition, co-...

Piero della Francesca, "Senigallia Madonna," 1470s
Visiting Masterpiece: Piero della Francesca’s Senigallia Madonna: An Italian Treasure, Stolen and Recovered September 13, 2013 - January 6, 2014

Another visiting masterpiece has arrived as part of the 2013 Year of Italian Culture. Piero della Francesca’s 15th-century tempera and oil on panel, the Senigallia Madonna (1470s) is normally on view in the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, in the Ducal Palace of Urbino. This exceptional...

She Who Tells A Story Exhibition
She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World August 27, 2013 - January 12, 2014

“She Who Tells a Story” introduces the pioneering work of twelve leading women photographers from Iran and the Arab world: Jananne Al-Ani, Boushra Almutawakel, Gohar Dashti, Rana El Nemr, Lalla Essaydi, Shadi Ghadirian, Tanya Habjouqa, Rula Halawani, Nermine Hammam, Rania Matar, Shirin...

Holland on Paper
Holland on Paper: The Age of Art Nouveau August 10, 2013 - February 23, 2014

In the era of Art Nouveau, from the 1890s through the turn of the century, there was a flourishing of new, imaginative art and craft throughout Europe. Holland also saw an explosion of inventive art and design in this period, including many expressive works on paper—posters, decorative...

Rembrandt the Etcher
Rembrandt the Etcher August 10, 2013 - February 17, 2014

Etching as a printmaking medium emerged in the early 16th century in Germany and Italy, but its full creative potential only was realized with Rembrandt Harmensz. Van Rijn’s activity as an etcher from 1630 to 1661. This exhibition of 45 works, drawn primarily from the MFA’s collection,...

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Hippie Chic July 16, 2013 - November 11, 2013

As the Woodstock generation challenged the status quo, a cultural revolution was born, and the world of fashion felt the reverberations. For the first time, haute couture designers weren’t dictating all the trends; instead, inspiration for many of the latest styles came from hippies and young...

Sacred Pages
Sacred Pages: Conversations about the Qur’an July 13, 2013 - February 23, 2014

“Sacred Pages” offers visitors a way to broaden their understanding of the Qur’an, Islam, and Islamic art. Drawing upon the MFA’s rich collection of loose pages from Qur’ans dating from medieval to modern times, this exhibition showcases 25 examples, illustrating their...

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An Enduring Vision: Photographs from the Lane Collection July 9, 2013 - March 30, 2014

This exhibition celebrates the Lane Collection, renowned for its deep holdings of the work of major American modernist photographers, including Charles Sheeler, Edward Weston, and Ansel Adams—and given to the MFA by Saundra Lane in 2012. In addition to the early 20th-century American works...

Elegant Contortions
Elegant Contortions: Renaissance Prints July 9, 2013 - March 30, 2014

Mannerist artists went to extremes in their treatment of the human body. In the years after Raphael’s death in 1520, complex poses, intricate gestures, and esoteric symbolism replaced the harmony and balance of the High Renaissance. A self-consciously “stylish” style, Mannerism...

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Homer, Leighton, Manet: Paintings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art May 25, 2013 - July 7, 2013

The MFA’s Free Memorial Day Community Weekend marks the debut of three paintings lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Northeaster (1895) by Winslow Homer; Lachrymae (Tears, about 1894–95; completed by 1901) by Frederic, Lord Leighton; and The Monet Family in Their Garden at...

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To Boston With Love 2013 May 25, 2013 - July 7, 2013

This installation of more than 1700 hand-sewn flags strung across the Shapiro Family Courtyard was a response to 2013's Boston Marathon tragedy. The flags were created by quilters from nearly every state in the US and from countries around the world. The flags convey inspirational messages...

Ridley Howard
Ridley Howard: Fields and Stripes May 11, 2013 - October 27, 2013

Since graduating from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA 1999), Ridley Howard has explored how 21st-century painting might capture intense yet oblique emotion. He pares down color and geometry into delicately composed portraits, landscapes, and abstractions that recall the cool psychology...

Michelangelo, "Cleopatra." Black chalk, 234 x 182 mm. Florence, Casa Buonarroti, inv. 2 F recto.
Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Master Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti April 23, 2013 - June 30, 2013

“Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Master Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti” features a rich and varied selection of 26 works from the master’s collection, preserved in the artist's family home, the Casa Buonarroti, in Florence. The exhibition includes many of...

Community Arts Initiative: Characters in the Collection
Community Arts Initiative: Characters in the Collection April 20, 2013 - October 6, 2013

What would it be like to live with works of art?  This is the question artist Andrew Oesch posed to children from the MFA’s eight partner community organizations in this year’s Community Arts Initiative Artist Project. Through drawings, writing, and performance exercises, the...

Nimaitachidō tōsei gusoku armor
Samurai!: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection April 14, 2013 - August 4, 2013

Travel back in time and discover remarkable objects that illuminate the life, culture, and pageantry of these revered and feared Japanese warriors—from one of the best and largest collections in the world. “Samurai! Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection”...

Surimono
Luxury on Paper: The Art of Surimono March 9, 2013 - December 1, 2013

Nineteenth-century Japanese color printing’s highest level of accomplishment is seen in the small, exquisite works known as surimono, which were produced on commission for private, individual customers. Because they were not sold to the general public, these prints were not limited either by...

Harumi Nakashima, "Work - 0808," 2008
New Blue and White February 20, 2013 - July 14, 2013

"Blue and white" means, at its simplest, cobalt pigment applied to white clay. Over the course of a millennium, blue-and-white porcelain has become one of the most recognized types of ceramic production worldwide. With roots in the Islamic world and Asia, and strong presence in Europe and...

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Triumph of the Winter Queen February 14, 2013 - July 21, 2013

Watch the story of the Triumph of the Winter Queen unfold in an immersive media experience, as Gerrit van Honthorst’s painting is brought to life. The tale is dramatized through passages from the royal couple’s letters, maps, music—and even falling snow. On view in the Loring...

Paul Cézanne, "The Large Bathers," 1906
Visiting Masterpieces: Cézanne's The Large Bathers February 2, 2013 - May 12, 2013

An extraordinary loan from the Philadelphia Museum of Art gives you the opportunity to see two of the great masterpieces of French painting in America hanging side by side: Paul Cézanne’s The Large Bathers and the MFA’s own Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going...

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Bruce Davidson: East 100th Street January 19, 2013 - September 8, 2013

This exhibition celebrates the MFA’s recent acquisition of the 43 prints by renowned New York photographer Bruce Davidson that were originally showcased in his groundbreaking show, “East 100th Street,” at the Museum of Modern Art in 1970. These powerful images capture the...

Lois Mailou Jones, "La Baker," 1977
Loïs Mailou Jones January 19, 2013 - October 14, 2013

“Loïs Mailou Jones” presents 30 paintings and drawings by the distinguished, internationally acclaimed graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Born and raised in Boston, Jones attended the SMFA during high school and earned a scholarship that enabled her to receive her...

Head of a bearded man known as “Brutus”
Visiting Masterpieces: The Capitoline Brutus January 18, 2013 - May 1, 2013

Don’t miss your chance to see one of the icons of Roman art on view in the MFA’s Roman Art Gallery only through May 1. The Capitoline “Brutus,” a world-famous bronze portrait of a Roman statesman is on loan from the Palazzo dei Conservatori/Capitoline Museum, Rome, for...

Johan Thorn Prikker, "Holländische Kunstausstellung in Krefeld (Dutch Art Exhibition in Krefeld)," 1903
Art in the Street: European Posters December 15, 2012 - July 21, 2013

The international poster mania of the 1890s made fine art accessible to the masses, bringing it out of the salon into the streets and shop windows. Great posters proliferated, however, long after this “golden age,” as revealed by the standout images in “Art in the Street”...

Lacquer Boat, Chinese, Qing dynasty, 18th–19th century
Chinese Lacquer 1200–1800 November 16, 2012 - September 8, 2013

Chinese lacquer, derived from the sap or resin of trees native to China, has been made for more than 2,000 years. Technically challenging and time-consuming to create, lacquer was considered a luxury material, on par with gold and silver, and was created for the Imperial court and wealthy elite,...

Kang Ik-Joong, "Happy Buddha," 2008
Divine Depictions: Korean Buddhist Paintings November 16, 2012 - June 23, 2013

The official philosophy of Korea’s Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910) was Confucianism. Buddhism was suppressed during this period, but in practice, many, including the royal family, continued to believe in Buddhism and to support temples financially. Many temples moved out of the towns to...

Probably Aleardo Villa, "Advertising card for the Mele department stores," about 1900
The Postcard Age: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection October 24, 2012 - April 14, 2013

In the decades around 1900, postcards were Twitter, e-mail, Flickr, and Facebook, all wrapped into one. A postcard craze swept the world, as billions of cards were bought and mailed, or just pasted into albums. Many famous artists turned to the new medium, but one of the great pleasures of...

Albrecht Dürer, "Triumphal Chariot of Maximilian I (detail)," dated 1522, begun 1518
Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Royalty on Paper October 21, 2012 - June 16, 2013

“Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Royalty on Paper” features examples of the various ways in which European rulers and their aristocratic followers have been represented on paper from the sixteenth century to 1900. In several instances (as with Emperor Maximilian I of Austria, Henri II...

Mario Testino, "Tom Brady, New York," 2012
Mario Testino: In Your Face October 21, 2012 - February 3, 2013

Get an inside look at some of today’s most elusive and exclusive subjects through the lens of renowned celebrity photographer and Vogue and Vanity Fair contributor Mario Testino. Testino's first US exhibition represents the brilliant range and quality of his thirty-year career and...

Mario Testino, "HRH The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, St James Palace," 2010
Mario Testino: British Royal Portraits October 21, 2012 - June 16, 2013

Shortly after photographer Mario Testino went to England from his native Peru in 1976, he took his first photograph of British royalty, an impromptu shot of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and her grandson, Prince Edward, as they passed by crowds gathered in London’s streets to...

Daniel Rich, "Milad Tower," Tehran, 2012
Daniel Rich: Platforms of Power September 29, 2012 - March 31, 2013

Remembered by SMFA faculty and staff as a particularly disciplined student, New York painter Daniel Rich has spent a decade investigating the link between architecture, nationalism, and political power. Rich works from Google images, newspapers, and his own photographs. His labor-intensive and...

Artful Healing
Artful Healing September 15, 2012 - February 18, 2013

This exhibition features a range of works from participants in the MFA's Artful Healing program, which brings the MFA collection and Museum educators to three partner institutions—Massachusetts General Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute—to...

Ori Gersht, Far Off Mountains and Rivers, 2009
Ori Gersht: History Repeating August 25, 2012 - January 6, 2013

Ori Gersht is a conduit between the past and the present. With the latest digital technology, Gersht’s work poetically revisits sources ranging from 19th-century romantic landscape painting to the Holocaust, which imbue his work with a compelling tension between beauty and violence, memory...

Cats to Crickets
Cats to Crickets: Pets in Japan's Floating World July 21, 2012 - February 18, 2013

Urban commoners in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Japan, known as the Floating World, enjoyed a hedonistic lifestyle that included the pleasure of the companionship of pet animals. Many woodblock prints of fashionable beauties show them accompanied by elegant, pampered pets that symbolize...

Fenway Pretzel Vendor by Lora Brody
Grandstand to Gallery: Museum of Fine Arts and Fenway Park Photo Project July 18, 2012 - October 3, 2012

To celebrate the centennial of Fenway Park, the Museum of Fine Arts and Boston Red Sox have partnered on an online photography contest. Fans of baseball and photography submitted their favorite Fenway photos from the past 100 years to three virtual galleries—Portrait, Landscape, and “...

Sanford Robinson Gifford, "An October Afternoon," 1871
Art of the White Mountains July 14, 2012 - July 7, 2013

Beginning in the first decades of the nineteenth century, artists and writers were drawn to the pristine beauty of north New Hampshire's natural wonders: majestic peaks in the Franconia and Presidential ranges crowned by Mount Washington, the highest summit in the northeast; Crawford, Pinkham...

Yousuf Karsh, "Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH the Prince Philip," 1966. © Estate of Yousuf Karsh
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth Il by Yousuf Karsh: A Diamond Jubilee June 2, 2012 - November 4, 2012

This year marks Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, celebrating 60 years as monarch of Great Britain and the Commonwealth realms. Yousuf Karsh photographed Her Majesty five times between 1943 and 1987, including the three powerful portraits on view—capturing her first as...

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, "The Milliner's Shop," about 1791
The Invention of Fantasy: Eighteenth-Century Venice June 2, 2012 - November 25, 2012

Venice in the eighteenth century, the age of Casanova, was one of the pleasure centers of Europe, famed for its theater and opera and its carnival maskers. Even today, the city, when compared with ordinary cities, appears to be a fantasy, a dream, a hallucination. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo’s...

Dancing with Renoir-"Dance at Bougival," 1883
Dancing with Renoir May 19, 2012 - September 3, 2012

Let the dancing begin! The MFA welcomes two monumental loans from the Musée d'Orsay, Paris—Renoir's Dance in the City and Dance in the Country—as part of our Visiting Masterpieces series. These full-length canvases accompany the MFA's own iconic Renoir, Dance at...

Alex Katz, "Gray Day," 1992
Alex Katz Prints April 28, 2012 - July 29, 2012

Enter the world of glowing light and vibrant color of “Alex Katz Prints.” Bold portraits, idyllic landscapes, scenes of sophisticated leisure—they’re all here in the works of the renowned contemporary artist. With arresting simplicity of line, color, and form, Katz...

Community Arts Initiative: Fresh Eyes installation
Community Arts Initiative: Fresh Eyes April 21, 2012 - September 16, 2012

Under the guidance of artist Hannah Burr, students from eight after-school community organizations in the Boston area responded to works from the MFA’s encyclopedic collection. Through the students’ drawings, audio recordings, and transcriptions, “Fresh Eyes” demonstrates...

Edward Weston, "Charis and Our Camp, Galveston, Texas," 1941. Courtesy of The Lane Collection.
Edward Weston: Leaves of Grass April 21, 2012 - December 31, 2012

In 1941, the Limited Editions Club of New York invited photographer Edward Weston to illustrate its deluxe edition of Walt Whitman’s epic poem Leaves of Grass. The commission inspired Weston and his wife, Charis, to take a cross-country trip, throughout the South, the Mid-Atlantic states, New...

William H. Bradley, "The Modern Poster/ Charles Scribner's Sons, New York," 1895
The Allure of Japan March 24, 2012 - December 31, 2012

A fascination for all things Japanese swept the United States in the period around 1900. An influx of Japanese goods and emissaries into America sparked a wave of interest in a foreign culture once seen as impossibly remote. Artists and collectors gathered Japanese objects, studied Japanese...

Ludolf Bakhulzen, “Ships in a Gale on the IJ before the City of Amsterdam,” 1666
Complementary Collections: Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo and the MFA March 10, 2012 - June 24, 2012

We are delighted to welcome back to the Dutch and Flemish galleries masterpieces from the collection of Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo, including Rembrandt’s sublime Portrait of Aeltje van Uylenburgh (1632) and Dou’s sympathetic little Sleeping Dog (1650). These favorites and dozens...

"The Sixth Dharma (Religious) King of Shambhala," Tibetan, second half of the 17th century
Seeking Shambhala March 6, 2012 - October 21, 2012

Shambhala is a Sanskrit word describing a mythical land whose exact location is hidden behind mist of snow-capped mountains, where peace reigns, wealth abounds, and there is no illness. The West was first introduced to the concept as “Shangri-la” in the 1930s book and film Lost...

Larry Salk, "Bathing beauties with smiling gentleman," 1965
Figure/Fabric/Fantasy: Selections from the Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Collection of Fashion Drawing February 25, 2012 - June 3, 2012

Images of fashion exploded in the 20th century with the proliferation of ready-to-wear and glossy fashion magazines. As photography gradually became the medium of choice for fashion advertising, artists who worked by hand began to emphasize interpretation and impression over pure likeness. They...

Edouard Manet, "Les Courses," 1865-72
Manet in Black February 18, 2012 - October 28, 2012

Edouard Manet’s friend, the poet Charles Baudelaire, described black as the color of the nineteenth century. Manet was a master in the use of black, asserting his bold and subtle imprint on a range of subjects, from exotic Spanish dancers to the horses and spectators at a thrilling Paris...

Theodorus van Hoytema, "Dierstudies (Animal Studies): Angora Konynen," 1898
Paper Zoo February 7, 2012 - September 3, 2012

“Paper Zoo” brings together prints, drawings, and photographs of the animal kingdom (including birds and marine creatures) dating from about 1500 to the present. Featuring some 30–40 works by Rembrandt, Audubon, Picasso, and others, this delightful exhibition highlights...

Gustave Le Gray, "Cloudy Sky—The Mediterranean with Mount Agde," 1856-59
Silver, Salt, and Sunlight: Early Photography in Britain and France February 7, 2012 - September 3, 2012

The invention of photography in 1839 was a pivotal achievement that changed the course of cultural history. The early years of the medium were rich in experimentation. As each process and technique was invented, artists enthusiastically explored new possibilities for visual recording and...

Moataz Nasr, film still from “Merge and Emerge,” 2011. Courtesy Galleria Continua, San Gimignano/Beijing/Le Moulin
Histories of Now: Six Artists from Cairo January 18, 2012 - March 17, 2012

Organized by the SMFA, “Histories of Now: Six Artists from Cairo” is an exhibition of recent video and multimedia installations by some of Egypt’s most important and influential contemporary artists. Signaling the myriad of social and political circumstances that preceded the 2011...

Jedediah Caesar, "Untitled (detail)," 2011
Jedediah Caesar: Soft Structures December 17, 2011 - April 1, 2012

Since receiving his BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 1998, Los Angeles–based artist Jedediah Caesar has gained international recognition for sculptures that amass found materials into systems that reveal new patterns, often abstract, sometime social. Gathering natural and...

Devidasa of Nurpur, "Praudha Adhira Nayika (The Mature Heroine Without Self-Control)," 1694 or 1695
Gems of Rajput Painting December 10, 2011 - September 3, 2012

“Gems of Rajput Painting” features the MFA’s superb collection of paintings made for the princes of Rajasthan and the Punjab hills (known as “Rajputs”). The kingdoms of these art-loving princes shared a common elite culture, though, by the early 1700s, each court had...

"Statuette of Aphrodite emerging from the sea," 1st century B.C. or 1st century A.D. (new2)
Aphrodite and the Gods of Love October 26, 2011 - February 20, 2012

Known today as the goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, or Venus as she was known to the Romans, was one of the most powerful ancient Greek divinities and a favorite subject in ancient art. This is the first exhibition about the powerful goddess that both ancient writers and artists described...

Edgar Degas, "La Toilette," 1884-86
Degas and the Nude October 9, 2011 - February 5, 2012

The nude figure was critical to the art of Edgar Degas from the beginning of his career in the 1850s until the end of his working life, but the subject has never before been explored in a Museum exhibition. “Degas and the Nude,” co-organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the...

Beauty as Duty
Beauty as Duty: Textiles and the Home Front in WWII Britain October 8, 2011 - May 28, 2012

The British experience during and after WWII was quite different from that of Americans. From the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, Britain was subjected to relentless bombing in a terror campaign known as the Blitz. Even after the Allied victory, Britain continued to suffer shortages of...

Ellsworth Kelly, "Curve XXI," 1978-80
Ellsworth Kelly: Wood Sculpture September 18, 2011 - March 4, 2012

The 30 wood sculptures that Ellsworth Kelly has made over the course of his esteemed career are among his most beautiful and evocative works. Despite Kelly’s work being the subject of major retrospectives worldwide, this is the first museum exhibition to focus on the essential and beguiling...

Community Arts Initiative, And Their Families
Community Arts Initiative: And Their Families September 17, 2011 - November 27, 2011

This exhibition, on hiatus during summer construction, reopens with the new Linde Family Wing on September 17, 2011. Under the guidance of artist Raul Gonzalez, students from eight after-school community organizations in the Boston area will create family portraits using pen, ink, and color in...

Wide bed curtain, 1725-50
Embroideries of Colonial Boston: Domestic Embroideries September 17, 2011 - June 3, 2012

The embroideries of colonial Boston girls and women have long been treasured family possessions and are now much sought after by collectors. The charm and craftsmanship of the Adam and Eve samplers, pastoral pictures with leaping stags and galloping hunters, as well as crewelwork bed hangings and...

Wendy Jacob, "Ice Floe," 2011
Maud Morgan Prize 2011: Wendy Jacob September 17, 2011 - July 8, 2012

About the Prize: Established in 1993 in recognition of New England artist Maud Morgan (1903–1999), the Maud Morgan Prize honors a Massachusetts woman artist who demonstrates significant vision, creativity, and contributions to contemporary art in the Commonwealth. As of 2011, $10,000 is...

Christian Marclay, "The Clock," 2010
The Clock: Christian Marclay September 16, 2011 - December 31, 2011

Extended to December 31, 2011. A compelling new work created by world-renowned artist Christian Marclay, The Clock (2010), an ode to time and cinema, comprises thousands of fragments from a range of films that create a 24-hour, looped, single-channel video. The Clock tells the accurate...

Hector Zamora, "White Noise – Shed 6 Installation (detail)," 2011
Disponible: A Kind of Mexican Show September 13, 2011 - November 19, 2011

Within Mexico’s urban setting, contemporary art and other experimental and creative practices such as architecture, design, and music flourish, forming one of the most original and intriguing art scenes in the global landscape. Taking its name from the empty advertisement billboards across...

Kawanabe Kyōsai, "Hell Courtesan," 1870s-1880s
Kawanabe Kyōsai and the Hell Courtesan September 3, 2011 - June 17, 2012

The first exhibition in our newly renovated Japanese Print gallery focuses on a recent acquisition, a monumental hanging scroll of the Hell Courtesan by Kawanabe Kyōsai (1831–1889). Known for the charm, eccentricity, and extraordinary skill of his work, Kyōsai gleefully satirized the...

Eugène Delacroix, "Royal Tiger," 1829
Passion and Precision in the Age of Revolution August 20, 2011 - May 13, 2012

European art of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries is dominated by two powerful artistic movements: Neo-classicism and Romanticism. Neo-Classicism is marked by purity, austerity, clarity, and an almost abstract obsession with the linear. The style was stimulated by the recent...

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