Almost every painting here is a discovery worth making.
The renovated Hood Museum of Art feels open and free.
The show tells a story of women through portraits that span a little more than two hundred years.
These are men who appreciated women for their bodies, athleticism, motherhood, intelligence, and humor – all reasons to celebrate this show.
The program’s goal is to educate young people about writing arts criticism.
Matisse said his objects were his “working library,” sources to mine for formal qualities and their ability to evoke an emotional response.
This is the largest exhibition of Botticelli paintings ever mounted in North America. Bigger may not always be better, but this is a gorgeous show.
The variety of this exhibition amply proves that William Merritt Chase brought great painterly insight to much more than just the daily catch.
I used to be skeptical of della Robbia sculpture but, after taking in the recently opened exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, I changed my mind.