Co-published with the Philadelphia Museum of Art When the Philadelphia lawyer John G. Johnson began to collect art in the late nineteenth century, he defied ...
This thick catalog is devoted to the glorious final three decades of works from Pierre-Auguste Renoir-the decades in which the painter turned away from ...
One of Europe's most influential contemporary artists, Michelangelo Pistoletto has persistently investigated and expanded the role of the spectator in art ...
Since its inception in 1876 the Philadelphia Museum of Art has consistently acquired important examples of contemporary design and decorative arts. Curator ...
With little formal training, Zoe Strauss (born in 1970) has nonetheless made her mark on contemporary photography with stark and sometimes touching images of ...
The idea of an earthly paradise has long intrigued artists, and the concept gained renewed vigor at the turn of the tumultuous 20th century in France. Focusing ...
The collection of Philadelphia artist and collector Earl Horter-much of it auctioned during the Depression-was a "who's who" of early 20th-century modern art: ...
Marcel Duchamp's enigmatic personality and avant-garde art-in particular his masterpiece The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even-radically influenced an ...