Christ appearance after the resurrection, 30.2 Before Pilate, 17.1, 26.1 Carrying the Cross; Flagellation and Crucifixion of; on the Living Cross, 30.2 child: French Gothic ivory with Virgin, 9; Virgin and Child with the Infant St. John, 7. See also underVirgin corpus of, 30.2 crucifix, 30.2, 32.1; White Crucifixion, 17.2 diptych with scenes from the life of; triptych with scenes from the life of; virgin and child with scenes from the life of, 30.2 Flagellation and Crucifixion of, 30.2 Pietà, Filippo Parodi, 29.2 Virgin and child Enthroned with the Archangels Raphael and Gabriel, Christ on the Cross between the Virgin and Saint John the Evangelist, 30.2, 33.1
coins Egyptian; Greek; Roman, 20.1 Nomisma of Romanus III Argyrus; Solidus of Heraclius; Solidus of Leo V, the Armenian, 30.2 tetradrachm portraying Alexander the Great, 33.1 with portraits of Cleopatra and Mark Antony, 35.2
collection Alsdorf jewelry, 25.2 architecture, 13.2 Arensberg, 19.1 Buckingham Japanese prints, 22.1 Demidoff family, 36.1 Donna and Howard Stone, 35.1 early private collectors, 10 Field, Henry, 36.1 Frederic Clay & Helen Birch Bartlett, 12.2 Helen Regenstein, 26.1 Howard Van Doren Shaw memorial, 4 A. James Speyer, 21.1 Joseph Winterbotham, 20.2 Lannan, 25.1 library, 34.2 Louis H. Sullivan, 13.2 Mansfield, Howard, 36.1 Mary Reynolds, 22.2 Medieval 30.2, 32.1, 34.1 Munger, 36.1 scholarly, 34.2
18 hours 28 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.
20 hours 50 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.
THE MODERN CHAIR—http://bit.ly/2dD4Xy0
1 day 16 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.