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OAS: Paisajes Humanos

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October at the Phillips

UPDATED RELEASE September 1, 2017 Media Contacts: Amy Wike, 202.387.2151 x220 awike@phillipscollection.org Online Press Room We suggest that you use zoom in twice to view this. CALENDAR October 2017 The information below was updated September 2017 and is subject to … Continue reading

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New AMA Collection Catalog launches Sept. 12

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HEMPHILL FINE ARTS

LINLING LU Chinese-American Artists Linling Lu’s second show with Hemphill Fine Arts. Features colorful circular paintings and some sculpture. Sept 15th – Dec 16th Washington, DC, 1515 14th Street NW, #300Map Opening Reception: Friday, Sep. 15th, 6pm -8pm Linling Lu … Continue reading

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The Phillips for September

EXHIBITIONS Admission: $12 for adults; $10 for students as well as visitors 62 and over; free for members and visitors 18 and under through September 3, 2017 Markus Lüpertz The Phillips Collection presents the first comprehensive survey in the U.S. of … Continue reading

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The National Gallery of Art, Washington announces three additions to its 2018 roster

The first exhibition of its kind, Sharing Images: Renaissance Prints Into Maiolica and Bronze (April 1–August 5, 2018) will bring together some 90 objects to highlight the impact of Renaissance prints on maiolica and bronze plaquettes. Focusing on designs by major … Continue reading

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The Donald Duck Deck

Today is our Red-Letter Day Our New website is now ‘live’ &THE DONALD DECK WILL BE FOR SALE ONLINE AT ABOUT NOON TODAY! Credit cards accepted @www.TheArtofOurTimes.com Tell everyone you know about the Deck today and soon enough, he’ll be … Continue reading

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At HEMPHILL: “35 Days”

35 DAYS June 24 – August 11, 2017 HEMPHILL is delighted to announce the exhibition 35 Days, showcasing both contemporary and historical works. Artists on view will include Leon Berkowitz, William Christenberry, Steven Cushner, Thomas Downing, Torkwase Dyson, Sam Gilliam, James … Continue reading

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Carroll Street Gallery: It was all a dream

June 23-August 25 Opening Friday, June 23, 6:00 – 8:00pm The space we inhabit between dreams and waking life can often feel surreal. The rules of the physical world can be broken, disbelief set aside, and tricks of the mind … Continue reading

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2018 A.W. Mellon Lectures, NGA: “The Forest: America…”

The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts The Sixty-Sixth A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts Alexander Nemerov, Stanford University The A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts were established in 1949 to bring to … Continue reading

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NGA, Starting October 22, 2017: Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry

More than 20 years after the legendary exhibition Johannes Vermeer, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, will present Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry. On view in the West Building from October 22, 2017, through January … Continue reading

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Bethesda Fine Art: In Memoriam KENNETH VICTOR YOUNG

Kenneth Victor Young, Red Dance (1970), National Gallery of Art, 2016 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kenneth Victor Young (1933-2017). Young had a far-reaching career as an artist, teacher and exhibit designer at the Smithsonian … Continue reading

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Impressionist Edgar Degas Explored in Conservation Journal “Facture”

  Facture: Conservation, Science, Art History, Volume 3: Degas, edited by Daphne Barbour, senior object conservator and Suzanne Quillen Lomax, senior conservator scientist at the National Gallery of Art, Washington Dedicated to Edgar Degas (1834–1917) in the centennial year of … Continue reading

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New Acquisitions: Bethesda Fine Art

Sam Gilliam, Kenneth Young, Jacob Kainen, Howard Mehring, Paul Reed SAM GILLIAM For the Fog series, 1996 mixed media, app. 45″ x 29″ KENNETH YOUNG Dance, c. 1970 acrylic on canvas, 40″ x 41″ JACOB KAINEN Loomings II, 1991 acrylic … Continue reading

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Seven Centuries from the Woodner Collections Celebrated at National Gallery of Art

The Woodner Collections: Master Drawings from Seven Centuries brings together for the first time the best of Ian Woodner’s collection with some of the works given and promised by his daughters, Dian and Andrea Woodner. More than 100 drawings dating … Continue reading

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TOUCHSTONE ART GALLERY ONLINE STORE

http://www.touchstonegallery.com/shop/?category=For+%24175+or+less Small Art Sensations at $175 or Less GALLERY HOURS: Wednesday – Friday 11 – 6, Saturday – Sunday 12 – 5   Touchstone Gallery 901 New York Avenue, NW (1 block north of City CenterDC) Washington DC 20001 202-347-2787 … Continue reading

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National Gallery 2017-8

The National Gallery of Art, Washington announces a diverse lineup of exhibitions for 2017 and 2018 ranging from a new body of work by Theaster Gates to the first major American exhibition of Frédéric Bazille in almost 25 years. Della Robbia: … Continue reading

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Hillyer Art Space Call for Proposals

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NGA: Mark Rothko: The Works on Paper, online resource

The National Gallery of Art maintains the largest public collection of art by the American artist Mark Rothko (1903–1970). Following the publication in 1998 of its landmark catalogue raisonné of Rothko’s works on canvas, the Gallery embarked on research into … Continue reading

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National Gallery of Art Library

Artists’ materials ranging from art instruction manuals to trade catalogs enable scholars and conservators to better understand the physical attributes of the artworks they study and preserve. In the Library: The Intersection of Commerce and Instruction in Art presents approximately 50 … Continue reading

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