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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
Artist Bibiana Suarez spoke at the Art Institute on December 2, 2006, as part of the series Artists Connect. Her revealing observations illuminate the presentation of 18th-century identities in...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Bibiana Suarez Connects with Rosalba Carriera
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
Artist Kara Walker's commissioned installation for the Art Institute included her celebrated cut-paper silhouettes accompanied by several drawings, continuing what she has called her “ever-present,...
Video: Kara Walker in Conversation
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Druick
Picasso and Chicago celebrates the special hundred-year relationship of Pablo Picasso and the city of Chicago and the storied moments of overlap between the preeminent artist's career and...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Picasso and Chicago: Diana Widmaier Picasso
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
Homer executed this study, Children Sitting on a Fence, with graphite and opaque white watercolor...
Charles Wilbert White depicted the dignity of rural labor with two powerful figures. The contours of scythe, hat brims, and forearms echo the curves of the horizon and clouds, portraying these...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Harvest Talk</em> by Charles White
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