Vestiges & Verse at the American Folk Art Museum
Yale University Art Gallery has brought together two dozen objects connected to the rich cultural history of that maritime trade for an intriguing show: Japan’s Global Baroque, 1550–1650.
Gertrude Fiske: American Master April 6 to September 30
Rural imagery in precisionist art
About forty works of art—mostly paintings—by the self-anointed “Queen of Chicago,” are on view in Gertrude Abercrombie: Portrait of the Artist as a Landscape, a show that originated at the Elmhurst Art Museum and will be presented at the Illinois State Museum this spring.
The Whitney Museum reappraises the career of Grant Wood
Preeminent member of the Hudson River school Frederic Edwin Church is the subject of a show currently running at Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Clarence H. White, one of the pioneers of the pictorialist style in photography, is having his first retrospective in more than a generation, a traveling show now on view at the Davis Museum at Wellesley College.
This month, the Neue Galerie brings us Before the Fall: German and Austrian Art of the 1930s, the much-anticipated completion of curator Olaf Peters’ trilogy of meditations on interwar Germany and Austria.
How a prolific, polymathic artist and designer joined an eye for the sleek with a taste for the pastoral