Photo 20 Nov 4 notes artlistpro:

Charles Ginniver, The Bird (after Charlie Parker), steel, enamel, 18 x 20 x 17 FT, 1979, New Orleans (via JONATHAN PRINCE: Installs Major Sculpture at new Broad Art Museum Gallery News | Art PR Wire)

artlistpro:

Charles Ginniver, The Bird (after Charlie Parker), steel, enamel, 18 x 20 x 17 FT, 1979, New Orleans (via JONATHAN PRINCE: Installs Major Sculpture at new Broad Art Museum Gallery News | Art PR Wire)

Photo 20 Nov 3,131 notes sfmoma:

Wonderful words on the importance of the arts from the First Lady :)

sfmoma:

Wonderful words on the importance of the arts from the First Lady :)

via SFMOMA.
Video 25 Mar

An interview with gallery artist Brian Dickerson at his exhibition with UW Art Museum

Video 22 Mar 747 notes

ahumblemagic:

Rocky, 2011

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Uncommissioned (ha)

Philadelphia, PA

via SFMOMA.
Link 4 Mar 22 notes Artist and Studio: women artists»

artistandstudio:

Sadly women artists are not well represented in art history. And by that I mean the big names are mostly men. In an effort to provide some gender balance here I thought I’d include more women artists in spite of their not being as famous as their male contemporaries.

To help identify those…

Text 24 Feb Albatross

  Tonight we open our latest show, ‘Albatross’ by Rebecca Saylor Sack.This magnificent show is not to be missed, so please join us tonight and share in this evocative work.

Photo 10 Feb 100 notes philamuseum:

ivynoelle:

Casts from Cadavers by Thomas Eakins. (photograph by Leslie Hancock)
Eakins cast these (already rotting) body parts to use as artist’s reference for himself and his students. They are currently held in a small glass case in the lower level of the Philadelphia Art Museum.

philamuseum:
it’s true - many of his anatomical casts (and far less creepy paintings and sculptures) are on view in Gallery 118

philamuseum:

ivynoelle:

Casts from Cadavers by Thomas Eakins. (photograph by Leslie Hancock)

Eakins cast these (already rotting) body parts to use as artist’s reference for himself and his students. They are currently held in a small glass case in the lower level of the Philadelphia Art Museum.

philamuseum:

it’s true - many of his anatomical casts (and far less creepy paintings and sculptures) are on view in Gallery 118

Photo 10 Feb 64 notes cavetocanvas:

Thomas Eakins, May Morning In The Park, 1879-80

cavetocanvas:

Thomas Eakins, May Morning In The Park, 1879-80

Photo 10 Feb 132 notes cavetocanvas:

Thomas Eakins, The Concert Singer, 1890-92

cavetocanvas:

Thomas Eakins, The Concert Singer, 1890-92

Link 1 Feb Victoria Donahue of Philadelphia Inquirer reviews artist Michael Morrill»

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