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Auguste Rodin, The Abandoned (Psyche), ca. 1902. Graphite with stumping on wove paper, 7 9/16 x 11 7/8 in. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Rogers Fund, 1910.

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Looking ahead, the exhibition Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern opens June 18 at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass.

One of the largest Rodin exhibitions in the United States in the last forty years, Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern explores how American collectors have embraced Rodin’s sculptures and drawings over time, assembling collections and often giving them to public institutions to ensure more people could encounter Rodin’s revolutionary art. The highly researched show includes loans of key works by more than thirty museum and private collections from across the country. 

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Samuel Palmer (1805–1881), Lonely Tower, ca.  1881.  Opaque watercolor over traces of graphite on board, 7 x 9 5/8 in.  Gilbert Davis Collection, The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.

100 Great British Drawings Spotlighted at The Huntington

  • ArtfixDaily / June 2nd, 2022

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At the Columbus Museum in Georgia is the current exhibition "Sand Unshaken: The Origin Story of Alma Thomas."

New Exhibition 'Sand Unshaken: The Origin Story of Alma Thomas' Reveals Striking Historical Background That Informed Artist's Work

  • ArtfixDaily / June 1st, 2022

A new exhibition highlights the life and work of renowned artist Alma Thomas, a native of Columbus, Georgia. Alma ...

John Olson's Funeral, 1945.  Watercolor on paper.  © 2021 Andrew Wyeth/Artists Rights Society (ARS).  New Britain Museum of American Art, Charles F.  Smith Fund, 1945.26

New Colby Museum Exhibition Unveils Previously Unseen Works by Andrew Wyeth

  • ArtfixDaily / June 2nd, 2022

Life and Death shows the artist engaging with his own mortality A new exhibition in Waterville, Maine, at the Colby ...

Charles Burchfield, August Evening, 1916.  Watercolor and graphite pencil on paper, 19 15/16 × 14 in.  (50.6 × 35.6 cm).  Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of Mr.  and Mrs.  Lesley G.  Sheafer 55.43.  Reproduced with permission from the Charles E.  Burchfield Foundation and the Burchfield Penney Art Center

See 5 Phenomenal Floral Works in The Whitney's American Modernism Show

  • ArtfixDaily / June 2nd, 2022

Floral works are a highlight in the telling of The Whitney's collection transition from focusing on realism to more ...


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