TETE DE JEUNE HOMME (18e siÃ¨cle) by anonyme ; FRAGONARD Jean HonorÃ© (d'aprÃ¨s)
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San Diego Museum of Art: Painting Women: Fragonard to Bouguereau
Fragonard (1732–1806) was the leading rococo painter of his generation during the second half of the 18th century in France. His exotic landscapes inhabited by frolicking lovers and intimate scenes of everyday life, such as A Young Girl Reading, w...
Frick Art and Historical Center: Masterworks from the Albertina: Renaissance to Rococo
In all, some eighty drawings and twenty-two prints by masters of the German, Dutch, Flemish, Italian, and French schools will be on view. This traveling exhibition will remain at The Frick Art Museum through March 3, 2002.
Among the many oth...
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: To Delight the Eye: French Drawings and Paintings from the Collection of Charles E. Dunlap
Organized by Alvin L. Clark, Jr., Jeffrey E. Horvitz Research Curator in the Department of Drawings. Funding has been provided by the Jeffrey E. Horvitz Foundation, David Leventhal, and Howard Lepow.
The Harvard University Art Museums are amo...
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen: Yinka Shonibare
The last couple of years, Yinka Shonibare has enjoyed increasing international renown with his tableaux vivants of historical figures dressed in African print. Although typically African, these fabrics have been made in factories in Helmond and Ma...
National Gallery: Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting
Artists bring dress and drapery to life, showing us how to see and feel it. In responding to contemporary fashion, they present to each age a compelling image of how clothes should be worn. The exhibition opens with a striking series of paired pai...
Art Gallery of New South Wales: Old Master Drawings from the Albertina, Vienna
While extensive restoration at the Albertina is undertaken, the Art Gallery of New South Wales is delighted to have the opportunity to exhibit a glorious pageant of 100 works that reflect the breadth and quality of Duke Albert’s original collectio...
Museum of Fine Art Houston: Art of Rome in the 18th Century
In the 18th century, Rome's civic and religious leaders
commissioned exceptional artists from throughout Europe to
construct and embellish churches, palaces, fountains, public
Frick Art and Historical Center: FROM THE SUN KING TO THE ROYAL TWILIGHT: PAINTING IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE FROM THE MUSEE DE PICARDIE, AMIENS
DeCourcy McIntosh, executive director of the Frick Art & Historical Center, says, “This exhibition
provides a powerful antidote to the commonly held view of eighteenth-century French painting as
Frick Collection: Master Drawings from the Smith College Museum of Art
Among the other artists represented in the exhibition are Northern European masters Matthias Grünewald, Jan van Goyen, Adoph von Menzel, Piet Mondrian, and Paul Klee. Italian artists include Fra Bartolommeo, Rosso Fiorentino, Federico Barocci, Gi...
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Under Cover: Artists' Sketchbooks
The exhibition was organized by Miriam Stewart, Assistant Curator in the Department of
Drawings. “It’s almost as if we’re catching the artist unaware,” said Stewart. “In many cases,
these sketchbooks resemble a diary. One can follow the artists ...
hug - Gallery for International Photography: Mr and Mrs Antoni and Alison: An Exhibition of Photographs by Antoni and Alison
Their work has a British sense of humour with an appealing mischievous sensibility that doesn’t relate to fashion, but is based on their own exploration of ideas and experiences. “We’ve never played the game. We sit outside of fashion...fashion h...
National Gallery of Art: FROM REMBRANDT TO RUBENS AND MONET TO
MATISSE, EXHIBITION PRESENTS ACQUISITIONS OF THE
LAST DECADE AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY
The exhibition is made possible by Verizon Foundation, the philanthropic arm of
Verizon Communications. The Foundation is also funding the development of a
Museum of Fine Art, Houston: Rembrandt to
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Described as Londons most perfect gallery, Dulwich Picture
Gallery houses a renowned collection of European painting from
Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University: The Changing Garden: Four Centuries of European and American Art
The Changing Garden presents nearly 200 works—prints, drawings, paintings, and photographs—by more than 100 artists. The exhibition includes great names from art history, such as Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Jean-Honoré Fr...
Haus der Kunst: Masterpieces from Fra Angelico to Bonnard
The Collection Dr. Gustav Rau
After the exhibition in Paris and Cologne, this priceless collection is now to be seen in its noticeably enlarged form in Haus der Kunst. A selection of 100 paintings demonstrates in an exemplary manner the development of European painting from th...
Philadelphia Museum of Art: The Splendor of 18th-Century Rome
A strong sense of their city's cultural centrality encouraged Rome's 18th-century civic and religious leaders to construct or embellish numerous churches,
palaces, fountains, public plazas (piazze), gardens and gallerie...
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