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Posts by Katie Rahn
Associate Director of Marketing
The 25th Lollapalooza kicks off right next door to the Art Institute in a week and in honor of this special anniversary, we've got a special Artapalooza. Match these artworks from the Art Institute’s collection with the band from ...
Charles Green Shaw was a bit of an anomaly in the Depression era. He was independently wealthy and part of a group of artists called the “Park Avenue Cubists,” which referred to both their social status and their desire to introduce...
Frank Lloyd Wright is one of America's most famous architects, designing residences in what has become known as the Prairie Style. The hallmarks of Prairie Style include the use of horizontal lines, handcrafted materials, and an...
  Claude Monet is perhaps best known for his time in Giverny. But in the 1870s he spent nearly seven years in the Parisian suburb of Argenteuil. While living there, he painted about 180 canvases, including the work pictured above. The...
Portrait prints are portraits that can be easily reproduced, as opposed to a painting. Since the portrait print could be copied so easily, it implied that the subject had mass appeal and the print would be highly desired. In 17th-century...