2 hours 8 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago After establishing himself in the 1950s as an Abstract Expressionist painter, Philip Guston baffled critics with a move toward simpler, cartoonish images, as seen in this piece, Couple in Bed. Here the artist can be seen holding his paintbrushes as tightly as he does his wife, Musa, who in May of 1977 suffered a series of debilitating strokes.
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1 day 1 hour ago The Art Institute of Chicago OPENING FRIDAY—Our Modern masters return after a seven-month absence. See your old favorites by Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, and Dalí alongside new acquisitions and recently conserved masterworks.