Newly arrived artworks on long-term loan enliven the American Galleries of the MFA, Houston.
The New York gallery D. Wigmore Fine Art has a special talent for discovering affinities and relationships between works of art from disparate eras and in different styles, and the gallery’s current exhibition—The Changing West: 1865 to 1965—is another potent manifestation of that ability.
Edward Hopper has a strong claim to being the Whitney Museum of American Art’s favorite artist: an institution within the institution.
A new gallery’s inaugural exhibition questions the definition of “American art.”
The Minneapolis Institute of Art is the third venue Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art
An exhibition at the Met surveys the art of Winslow Homer through the lens of conflict
Appreciation for early American miniaturists Mary Way and Betsey Way Champlain
An exhibition explores the artistic circle surrounding poet Robert Frost during his Vermont years
A regional museum in western Maryland revisits the work of the early American portraitist Joshua Johnson
Curators of a current exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum argue that images of the sea have taken on deeper meanings