This crowd-pleaser of an exhibition, dedicated to an accessible, beloved artist, is a gift to the citizens of Boston and Everett, as well as to the general public.
One sees how the keen observation and “truth to nature” that critic John Ruskin espoused was put into action by John Constable and J.M. W. Turner.
Perhaps Eugène Delacroix is best regarded as a leader of the resistance to academic art, part of the transition to impressionism.
Why is The Berkshire Museum a sinking ship?
This is a relatively small but stunning selection of Picasso’s finest prints, a collection that reflects the artist’s range of inspiration.
The exhibition provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view masterpieces of the decorative arts.
It is now possible for visitors to explore the MASS MoCA museum complex via a continual loop of 4.5 miles.
Francis Picabia may be the finest modernist you’ve never heard of.
The swinging pendulum of Kerry James Marshall’s work keeps us off balance.
Mark St. Germain’s drama is not about Cold War politics, but the question of whether a great man is (or need be) a good man.