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See a Prout's Neck subject where Homer used transparent watercolor.
National Gallery of Art work...
Video: Transparent Watercolor
The first manifesto of Futurist painting is signed by Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrà, Luigi Russolo, Giacomo Balla, and Gino Severini, and dated 11 April 1910.
Ryerson & Burnham...
03. Umberto Boccioni, <em>Manifeste des peintres futuristes</em>. Milan: Direction du mouvement futuriste, [1910]
Stephanie D'Alessandro, exhibition curator, discusses the artist's connections with the city.
Audio Lecture: 100 Years of Picasso and Chicago
The first museum exhibition in the United States devoted to the work of Berlin-based artist Monika Baer, this presentation includes nearly 30 paintings created between 1990 and 2013. The selection of...
focus: Monika Baer
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Ann Toebbe studied at Parsons School of Design, earned her BFA at the Cleveland Institute of Art and an MFA at Yale, and did postgraduate work at DAAD Universität der...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—Ann Toebbe Connects with Florine Stettheimer
David Lee Csicsko reveals his long interest in the figure of Neptune and other denizens of the sea in this Artists Connect lecture. Csicsko, who created stained glass and mosaic panels for Chicago’s...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—David Lee Csicsko Connects with Arnold Böcklin
Cecilia Edefalk (b. Sweden, 1954) is a painter of deeply concentrated, expressively oblique images. The artist exhibits comparatively few paintings; they always center on a single motif and are...
focus: Cecilia Edefalk, "Double White Venus"
James Bishop is an American artist who has lived in France since 1958. His exquisitely rendered, relatively rare drawings and paintings—which American poet and art critic John Ashbery once called “...
focus: James Bishop, Paintings on Paper 1959–2007
Maureen Gallace (b. 1960) creates discreet, deceptively simple compositions depicting the vernacular architecture and landscape of rural New England as well as the occasional portrait of a close...
focus: Maureen Gallace
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