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The St. Louis Art Museum surveys the influence of Jean-Francois Millet - The Washington Post Museum Exhibition, Art Museum, Jean Francois Millet, Winslow Homer, Dutch Golden Age, Jean Baptiste, Long Shadow, Manet

Review | It’s easy to see Millet’s influence on other painters. It’s harder to see his genius.

In St. Louis, this 19th-century artist lives on through the work of Van Gogh, Dali and more.

Art exhibition: At Artechouse this eye candy will leave you with a sugar high ? and headache - The Washington Post Bunny Roger, Dana Schutz, Coding Tutorials, Emmett Till, Angry Face, Under The Lights, Wassily Kandinsky, The Washington Post, Garden S

At Artechouse, this eye candy will leave you with a sugar high — and headache

‘Future Sketches’ stumbles in an effort to merge the silly and the serious

Andrea del Verrocchio 'Head of a Woman': I saw this at an exhibition of Renaissance drawings at the National Gallery with Frith. Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Renaissance Clothing, Salvador Dali, Michelangelo, Pablo Picasso, Art Postal, Moleskine, Giorgio Vasari

Review | The first major U.S. show devoted to the artist who helped forge Leonardo da Vinci’s genius

Verrocchio emerges from the shadows in a landmark exhibition at the National Gallery of Art.

The Met is the world’s greatest art museum. Three under-the-radar shows confirm it — again. - The Washington Post Last Knights, Machine Design, The World's Greatest, Art Museum, Art Exhibitions, Washington, Bird, Washington State, Birds

Review | The Met is the world’s greatest art museum. Three under-the-radar shows confirm it — again.

These subtly linked exhibitions tell a story about Renaissance power and the dawn of the modern age.

'Quarantine: 40 Days and 40 Nights" art review: For this artist and his girlfriend, life in lockdown became a creative opportunity. - The Washington Post Biblical Numbers, Perseus And Medusa, Sony Digital Camera, The Risen, Visual Metaphor, Italian Words, John The Baptist, Caravaggio, Classical Art

For this artist and his girlfriend, life in lockdown became a creative opportunity

Stuck inside during the pandemic, Geandy Pavón made 40 days’ worth of witty, elegant art.

Mexican Modernism Exhibition Guide: Intro | Denver Art Museum Frida Kahlo Exhibit, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Anne Taintor, Budapest, Claudette Colbert, Through The Looking Glass, Joan Crawford, Retro, Art Museum

Mexican Modernism Exhibition Guide: Intro

Mexican Modernism Exhibition Guide: Intro | Denver Art Museum

Three artworks by Lynda Andrews-Barry; Maren Hassinger and Jenny Holzer respond to urgent social change. - The Washington Post Alexandria City, Artist Point, Jenny Holzer, The Great Migration, People Sleeping, Outdoor Art, Outdoor Decor, National Portrait Gallery

These artists point to social upheaval — and one simple solution

A trio of outdoor art installations confront the urgent social movements roiling the country.

Basquiat show at Boston's MFA harnesses the energy of hip-hop - The Washington Post Jean Michel Basquiat, Basquiat Paintings, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Whitney Museum, Museum Exhibition, Museum Of Fine Arts, Art World, Black History, Street Art

Review | From Basquiat to ‘Black Panther’: How graffiti went mainstream

A provocative exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston harnesses the creative energy of hip-hop and Afrofuturism.

Art review: 'Wrought, Knit, Labors, Legacies' by Olalekan Jeyifous at Waterfront Park, and 'Through the Kitchen Door' by Melanie Kehoss at the Torpedo Factory Art Center - The Washington Post History Of Sugar, History Taking, The Washington Post, Alexandria, 17th Century, Installation Art, Vignettes, Fair Grounds, Art Exhibitions

In Alexandria, two art installations memorialize men and women who lived under exploitation

Olalekan Jeyifous and Melanie Kehoss create broad-minded, open-ended monuments.

Outdoor video artwork by Craig Walsh features the faces of six local artists projected on trees. Equestrian Statue, Artist Project, After Dark, Local Artists, Installation Art, How To Fall Asleep, Filmmaking, Art Exhibitions, Sky

The trees have eyes in Strathmore’s mesmerizing art installation ‘Monuments’

Outdoor video artwork by Craig Walsh features the faces of six local artists projected on trees.

Contemporary pieces by Sterling Ruby and Huma Bhabha join the museum’s outdoor display. Space Museum, Art Museum, Museum Plan, Sterling Ruby, Hirshhorn Museum, Black Figure, Art Exhibitions, National Gallery Of Art, Metropolitan Museum

A warrior woman with five faces and an ode to the twin towers: Two monumental acquisitions reopen the Hirshhorn’s sculpture garden

Contemporary pieces by Sterling Ruby and Huma Bhabha join the museum’s outdoor display.

Absorbing exhibition at the Phillips Collection, “Riffs and Relations: African American Artists and the European Modernist Traditions,” inspires deeply positive and negative emotions. African American Artist, American Artists, Todd White Art, Martin Puryear, Judgement Of Paris, American Idioms, Faith Ringgold, Black And White Plates, Kehinde Wiley

Review | African American artists embraced modernism. But the art world didn’t embrace them.

Absorbing exhibition at the Phillips Collection, “Riffs and Relations: African American Artists and the European Modernist Traditions,” inspires deeply positive and negative emotions.

The National Gallery's blockbuster 'Degas at the Opera' explores a cultural machine - The Washington Post Edgar Degas, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Edouard Manet, National Gallery Of Art, Camille Pissarro, Paul Cezanne, Ballet, Still Life Photography, French Artists

Review | It was at the Paris Opéra that Degas found the whole world — and his own tormented self

New exhibition at the National Gallery of Art explores the artist’s lifelong fascination with the theater.

Lange’s “Migratory Cotton Picker, Eloy, Arizona” (November Museum of Modern Art. Empathy and Artistry: Rediscovering Dorothea Lange - The New York Times Franklin Roosevelt, Dust Bowl, Edward Weston, History Of Photography, Street Photography, Bw Photography, Photography Gallery, Monochrome Photography, Moma

Review | Dorothea Lange used photography to make an ugly world beautiful. She used words to give that beauty meaning.

Museum of Modern Art exhibition looks at how words fortified her pictures.