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Table of Contents:
Preface and Acknowledgments James N. Wood Introduction Jean Goldman Atalanta John Boardman Roman Visions and Greek Inventions at the Foot of Mount Vesuvius Karl Schefold The Organization of Raphael’s Workshop John Shearman A Fugue of Styles: Roman Drawings of the Sixteenth Century Sydney J. Freedberg Earlier Paintings in the Earlier Years of the Art Institute: The Role of the Private Collectors Ellis Waterhouse The Chicago Pygmalion and the “English Metamorphoses” Wendy Hefford A Late Seventeenth-Century French Cabinet at the J. Paul Getty Museum Gilliam Wilson Géricoult’s Compositional Method: Sketches for the Farrier’s Signboard in the Art Institute Lorenz Eitner William Rimmer: Creative Imagination and Daemonic Power Jeffrey Weidman Thomas Eakins: The Quest for Truth Evan Turner Burnham Before Chicago: The Birth of a Modern American Urban Planning John W. Reps Michael Asher and the Conclusion of Modernist Sculpture Benjamin H. D. Buchloh The Divine Image and Poetic Imagery in Gupta India Pratapaditya Pal Hokusai’s Illustrations for the 100 Poems Roger Keyes Rapacious Birds and Severed Heads: Early Bronze Rings from Nigeria Susan Mullin Vogel Contributors
11 hours 19 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago Splash previews Moholy-Nagy: Future Present, a retrospective on the Bauhaus designer who also made his mark in Chicago—opening at the Art Institute October 2.
13 hours 41 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago CLOSING SUNDAY—Design Episodes: The Modern Chair
Explore the evolution of the modern chair in the 20th century with iconic examples from makers like Charles and Ray Eames, Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand, and Harry Bertoia, among others.
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1 day 9 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago CLOSING SOON—Supernatural Shakespeare
While Shakespeare’s title characters might have the most name recognition, the Bard’s meddling witches and mischievous faerie folk often steal the show. See this focused installation before it closes October 10.