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4 hours 3 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago EXTENDED—The closing date for Ethel Stein, Master Weaver has been moved to January 4.
Ethel Stein, Master Weaver presents over 40 works in the newly reopened textiles galleries. This retrospective chronicles 30 years of the artist's deceptively simple handloomed textiles.
2 days 11 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago Edvard Munch painted The Girl by the Window the same year as his most famous work, The Scream. This calm but haunting painting combines an eerie feeling of expectation with the sense of looking and being looked at.
Now on view in Gallery 244