still life

One Each invites a dialogue with the past, exploring the impact that the still lifes of the 1860s had on art movements in the 20th century, including, and perhaps most importantly, Cubism.
Ever feel like you’re immortal, with the strength of a thousand suns — eternal and invincible? Yeah, me too. But guess what? There’s a form of art that was intended to remind you constantly of your…

Pittsburgh, PA—Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) is excited to present a new exhibition exploring the rich tradition of still life painting in …

Giorgio Morandi was born in the Italian city of Bologna in 1890 — and rarely ever left. As a young man, he studied at Bologna’s Academy of Fine Arts, an institution where later in life he’d serve as…
In Order of Imagination: The Photographs of Olivia Parker, now at the Peabody Essex Museum, Parker creates intimate moments through a variety of subject matter.

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) is putting their recently acquired Claes Oldenburg works in an unusual context. The 89-year-old Oldenburg has created a series of sculptures that look like…

The late Willem Van Dedem was one of the 20th century’s greatest collectors.

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