The Colby College Museum of Art will host the debut of a traveling exhibition of the work of Bob Thompson.
Thanks to the efforts of his grandchildren, a small slice of Neumann’s collection is available to be enjoyed
The traveling exhibition Calder–Picasso arrives at the High Museum of Art this June
The energetically abstracted land- and seascapes of Albert Pinkham Ryder are coming to the New Bedford Whaling Museum
The new exhibition Extra Ordinary: Magic, Mystery, and Imagination in American Realism at the Georgia Museum of Art examines the still-intriguing and influential movement of American Realism
The ethereal landscapes of Ralph Albert Blakelock are once again on view, this time at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa
Central to Their Lives: Southern Women Artists in the Johnson Collection
Still flushed with national pride after the War of 1812, the North Carolina legislature decided to commission a statue of George Washington for the state capitol in late 1815.
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.
As part of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum’s continuing celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of its founding, a new showcase of some fifty pieces from the museum’s permanent collection has been mounted for a long-term exhibition titled America’s Folk Art.