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"An Enduring Vision: Photographs from the Lane Collection" is an incredible look at variations on a theme as seen through the lenses of some of the past century's greatest and most influential photographers.
This summer the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts will host the first major exhibition of Fabergi 1 2 objects ever staged in Canada, said Nathalie Bondil, the museum's director and chief curator.
"The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute " These days, Impressionist exhibitions are the art museum version of the ballet The Nutcracker : frothy and beautiful, if a little overexposed, and sure to pack 'em in at almost any price.
In what will be a first-time collaboration of its type, the six Catholic schools in Fall River will join together to host a one-evening presentation to showcase the artistic and musical talents of their students.
On Saturday, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians partnered with the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts to help celebrate and share the Tribe's rich history in Alabama.
Law enforcement officials in Cuba and the United States are investigating a theft of at least 70 works of art from the island nation with a value totaling more than $1 million, says the Miami art dealer who first reported the heist to U.S. authorities.
The Kimbell Art Museum announced today the acquisition of Edge of a Forest with a Grainfield , c.
Finally, there's a date. On Nov. 16, the Harvard Art Museums will reopen after a six-year, $350 million renovation and expansion that has transformed the facility on Quincy Street.
Can Boston art lovers be as uninformed as a recent poll suggests? Can the Boston Museum of Fine Arts - where the poll was taken? The MFA mounted a show called "Boston Loves Impressionism" based on a poll that asked more than 40,000 museum goers for their favorite Impressionist work out of 50 in the museum collection.
The past few years have been challenging for Mark Garrett. His mom died, he tested positive for HIV, he left his 25-year-long senior museum technician position with the Fine Arts Museums, and he reached, as Garrett put it, "the speed limit:" 55. No wonder his new show is called Untethered.
Imagine the great museums of Europe, shuttered and bare; churches plundered of centuries-old altarpieces and bells.
Marcella Mission and Ike Shehadeh met at the Palace of Fine Arts and exchanged more vows in front of Marshall Thurber, Ike's friend.
British art experts believe that the purchase price exceeded 8.5 million British pounds .
John Singer Sargent, The Bridge of Sighs , c. 190304, translucent and opaque watercolor with graphite and red-pigmented underdrawing, Brooklyn Museum, purchased by Special Subscription.