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Web Interactive: Matisse: Radical Invention 1913-1917
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Click on the link below to visit an in-depth interactive website created to explore some of the artworks from Matisse: Radical Invention 1913-1917.
Web Interactive: <em>Matisse: Radical Invention 1913-1917</em>
Website: Madame B
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Opening this clever, whimsical, and surreal album from the Art Institute’s collection is like entering another world. But who compiled it? Clues appear throughout its pages, offering tantalizing...
Website: Madame B
Website: Curious Corner
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Children (ages 3–12) can learn about art through dynamic and entertaining interactive stories and games. It’s a great way to enrich your visit to the museum.
Website: Curious Corner
Online Game: Henry Ossawa Tanner's The Two Disciples at the Tomb
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Note: This game is not Macintosh compatible.
Can you find what's wrong with this picture of Peter and John at the tomb of Jesus?
Online Game: John Henry Twachtman's Icebound
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Note: This game is not Macintosh compatible.
Can you find the detail in Twachtman's painting of a winter day?
Online Game: Pierre Auguste Renoir's Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando (Francisco and Angelina Wartenberg)
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Note: This game is not Macintosh compatible.
What's missing in this picture of two sisters performing at the circus?
Online Game: John Singer Sargent's Mrs. George Swinton (Elizabeth Ebsworth)
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What's missing in this portrait of the beautiful and affluent singer, Mrs. George Swinton?
Online Game: Paul Gauguin's Day of the God (Mahana no Atua)
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Note: This game is not Macintosh compatible.
Can you find the detail in this mysterious, colorful painting inspired by Gauguin's South Seas experience?
Online Game: Ferdinand Hodler's James Vibert, Sculptor
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Note: This game is not Macintosh compatible.
What's wrong with this portrait of sculptor James Vibert, a friend of the artist and frequent subject of his paintings?
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