Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern is the show of the summer in the Berkshires — remarkably extensive, with 25 works on paper and 50 sculptures in terra cotta, plaster, marble, and bronze.
The Clark Art Institute
When he is at his best, few can match Renoir’s charm and popular appeal.
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.
Beyond a few superb works, the panorama of flesh proves to be oddly enervating.
By Peter Walsh It’s a hot weather tradition. Generations of American artists have followed the seasonal migration out of hot, sticky, eastern cities to Cape Cod (Edward Hopper, Hans Hoffman), the North Shore (Winslow Homer, Childe Hassan, Stuart Davis, Mark Rothko), and the Berkshires (Daniel Chester French, Norman Rockwell ). Besides their work, they left […]