Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art presents exhibition Picturing Women at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

. June 30, 2012 . 0 Comments

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art presents exhibition Picturing Women at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, on view through June 2, 2013 showing three early twentieth-century portraits on loan from the National Gallery of Art. The artists—James McNeill Whistler, John Singer Sargent, and George Bellows—are represented in Crystal Bridges’ collection, but not through portraits or single female figures.

The artworks on loan are grouped with three portraits from Crystal Bridges’ own collection to illuminate the works of artists who influenced the course of American art in the twentieth century. Focus: The Portrait, Picturing Women at the turn of the Twentieth Century will augment the Crystal Bridges collection by focusing on a particular genre – in this case, portraits. There will be no additional cost to view Focus: The Portrait. This presentation is sponsored by Meza Harris, Bentonville native and senior vice president and executive broker at Lindsey & Associates. – www.crystalbridges.org

Category: Fine Art

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