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Richard Neer, University of Chicago, spoke on "Poussin, Drawing, and the Antique." The symposium "The Gray Collection—A Particular Eye" was hosted by Suzanne McCullagh, Anne Vogt Fuller and Marion...
Audio Lecture: Poussin, Drawing, and the Antique
The distinctive style developed by architect Helmut Jahn, depicted in this drawing, incorporates an inventive, even playful use of color, materials, light, and structural form. Includes discussion...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Axonometric Rendering of Northwestern Atrium Center, Madison and Canal Streets, Chicago</em> by Helmut Jahn
Houses, skyscrapers, building ornament, even city plans start with a pencil in the hand of an architect. One of the most famous city plans ever conceived, the Plan of Chicago, published in 1909,...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>View of Chicago from Jackson Park to Grant Park, 1907, plate 49 from the Plan of Chicago, 1909</em>
Deb Sokolow works on a large scale with a precise attention to detail, using "low-tech" materials such as number two pencils, ballpoint pens, and correction fluid. Her talk describes the personal...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Deb Sokolow Connects with Guillermo Kuitca
Ellen Roberts, assistant curator of American art, provides an in-depth "sneak preview" of the exhibition Edward Hopper and...
Audio Lecture: Edward Hopper
Suzanne McCullagh, Anne Vogt Fullert and Marion Titus Searle Curator of Earlier Prints and Drawings, hosts the symposium on Italian Drawings. She begins by reading this manuscript submitted by...
Audio Lecture: Behind and Beyond the Self-Portrait: Andrea Mantegna between Reality and Fantasy
Microscope examination of Man with Plow Horse, 1879, reveals that the design for the man, horse, and plow were transferred to the watercolor sheet using carbon paper. A one-to-one...
Homer executed this study, Children Sitting on a Fence, with graphite and opaque white watercolor...
Franklin Kelly is the senior curator of American and British paining at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Hear Kelly provide the keynote lecture on opening night of the exhibitions...
Audio Lecture: Transforming Reality: The Artistic Vision of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper
Carl Blechen's Interior of the Palm House at Pfaueninsel near Potsdam (1834) serves as a point of departure for Adelheid Mers's presentation, in which the artist explains the evolution of...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Adelheid Mers Connects with Carl Blechen
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