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The exhibition Monet: The Late Years features 50 paintings by Claude Monet dating mainly from 1913 to 1926, the final phase of his long career, including 20 works from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris. During his...
Artists with interest in technical considerations such as reflection and reproduction have engaged with the still life genre for centuries. In its seventeenth-century heyday, verisimilitude was deemed a critical component of...
Knots, Art, and History: Shifting Perspectives and Perceptions within the Berlin Carpet Collection, by Anna Beselin The carpet collection at the Museum für Islamische Kunst (Museum of Islamic Art), Berlin, is one of...
A sequel to the exhibition Monet: The Early Years (2017) at the Legion of Honor, Monet: The Late Years is curated by George Shackelford, deputy director, Kimbell Art Museum, with Melissa Buron, Art Director...
Georgina Kleege teaches courses on representations of disability in literature, and disability memoir at the University of California, Berkeley. Her collection of personal essays, Sight Unseen (1999) is a classic in...
Claudia Schmuckli is curator-in-charge of contemporary art and programming at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Claudia Schmuckli is curator-in-charge of contemporary art and programming at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Gwen Allen is a professor at San Francisco State University. She specializes in contemporary art, criticism, and visual culture. She has written about art and design for publications including Artforum, ...
The focus of this year’s Carol Walter Sinton Program for Craft Arts is on the work of three highly regarded Bay Area artists, Virginia Davis, Ana Lisa Hedstrom, and Gyöngy Laky, and the commissions each provided to The...
In the past two decades, fascinating stories have emerged of human migrations over thousands of years and across vast distances. Most of this work has been led by linguists and geneticists, yet material culture also has a...

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