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Chrysler Museum of Art Displays American Masterpieces From The Batten Collection

Chrysler Museum of Art Displays American Masterpieces From The Batten Collection

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Chrysler Museum of Art presents American Masterpieces From The Batten Collection, on view until July 31, 2011. These paintings by Homer, Bellows, Benton, Bierstadt, Glackens, Buttersworth, and Redfield are on extended loan as promised gifts to the Chrysler. Each work dramatically enriches the range and depth of our already important collection of American paintings. […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum Opens Survey of Work by Sculptor Michael Cooper

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Bellevue Arts Museum presents a 40‐year survey of innovative sculptor Michael Cooper. Michael Cooper: A Sculptural Odyssey, 1968 ‐ 2011 is on view at the museum from July 12 to October 9, 2011. Michael Cooper. A Sculptural Odyssey, 1968 ‐ 2011 traces over 40 years of the artist’s poignant, often humorous, explorations into human […]

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San Antonio Museum of Art Announces Paul Jacoulet Views of Korea Exhibition

San Antonio Museum of Art Announces Paul Jacoulet Views of Korea Exhibition

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

The San Antonio Museum of Art will present Paul Jacoulet: Views of Korea an exhibition on view Friday, August 12 to Sunday, November 6, 2011. Paul Jacoulet (1902-1960) was the first foreigner to master printmaking in the Japanese tradition. The artist was born in France but spent most of his life in Japan. Eight Jacoulet […]

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Field Museum Scans Mummies with Latest Equipment

. July 13, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Field Museum has used a CT Scanner Provided by Genesis Medical Imaging to scan mummies in the museum’s collection. At least one Egyptian mummy is only partly there as its torso and arms are missing. One Peruvian mummy was buried with a pot that has scientists wondering what it contained. Field Museum researchers are […]

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Kunstmuseum Thurgau Presents Richard Phillips / Adolf Dietrich. Painting and Misappropriation

Kunstmuseum Thurgau Presents Richard Phillips / Adolf Dietrich. Painting and Misappropriation

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The Kunstmuseum Thurgau presents Richard Phillips / Adolf Dietrich. Painting and Misappropriation / Malerei und Aneignung, on view through 28 August 2011. The exhibition, presents works by two artists who—at first glance—couldn’t be more different. Massachusetts-born Richard Phillips (1964) has achieved international fame as a Pop artist, while Adolf Dietrich was a Swiss Outsider artist […]

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