Inspired by artists from the northeast who were part of the Hudson River School, landscape painting was one of the most popular painting genres in nineteenth-century America. Adventurous artists looking for landscape
Landscape remains one of the most popular expressions for artists visiting and residing in Arizona. Philip K. Curtis, although not known as a landscape painter, makes extensive use of this theme. Curtis came to the state in 1937
This exhibition presents several works from the last series of paintings by the artist Michael Scott, examining the magnificent visual effects and the transformative effect of fire on the earth and imagination. Scott's Works
The exhibition "Early American Modernism" features works covering the first decades of the twentieth century by American artists experimenting with modernism, including Georgia O'Keefe, Conrad Kramer, Arthur Bowen
The Spanish colonization of Latin America began with the appointment in 1535 of the viceroy of New Spain, which included modern Mexico, Central America and parts of the southern states of the United States. Vice Kingdom of Peru consisting
The Metropolitan Museum presents the exhibition "The Art of Native Americans: the collection of Charles and Valerie Diker". This landmark exhibition in the American wing of the museum shows 116 masterpieces representing achievements
Since its opening in January 1961, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art has acquired one of the world's finest collections of American paintings, photographs, sculptures and works on paper. Key collections from the collection -
The Old Masters Gallery in Berlin dedicated a studio exhibition to a group of paintings by father and son Jacopo and Giovanni Bellini, their workshops and followers whose works were hardly ever shown before. These forgotten treasures, part
The New Beginnings exhibition, presenting a collection of works from the famous Tia Collection, Santa Fe, New Mexico, offers a fresh look at the evolution of art in New Mexico, from the late Romantic era to the appearance
Dutch paintings of the 17th century - the Golden Age of Rembrandt, Hals and Vermeer - have been the highlight of the Metropolitan Museum collection since the museum was founded in 1871. The exhibition "To the glory of painting: Dutch masterpieces in MET"
The State Tretyakov Gallery hosts an exhibition of five famous canvases by Russian artists of the second half of the 19th century from the collection of the Nizhny Novgorod State Art Museum. Pictures temporarily included
The National Portrait Gallery presents the exhibition “A look at me: self-portraits from 1900 to the present day”. Based on the extensive collection of self-portraits of the National Portrait Gallery, this exhibition will tell
Ideas are born and what do artists do? They try to capture them and sometimes use them. Often the best way to do this is to draw. This exhibition of two dozen drawings representing the creative potential of
The legendary adventures of Frank E. Shunover were inspired by the belief that artists should live the way they paint. This exhibition will reveal the breadth of the career of this important artist of the Golden Age.
“Exhibition Laboratory: Sargent and Fashion” leads viewers backstage as curators examine issues related to the role of the dress in Sargent's work, from the insolent polka-dotted points of Mrs. Edward Darley Boyth (Mary Louise