This exhibition is the first in-depth study of still life in Georges Braque’s career after he pioneered cubism alongside Picasso.
On the occasion of his 90th birthday year, this exhibition presents seven large-scale works featuring a spectrum of colors and geometric forms that have dominated Kelly's prolific career.
Using images of El Greco’s The Repentant St. Peter (c. 1600–1605) from the collection, Baltimore-based artist Hildebrandt explores baroque themes of high drama, spectacle, and spatial movement.
This exhibition takes a fresh look at the artistic process of Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890). Approximately 30 paintings, alongside related drawings and technical photographs, go beneath the surface of some of the artist’s most renowned works.
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The Phillips celebrates the centennial of New York’s controversial 1913 Armory Show, the first major modern art exhibition in the U.S., with paintings, drawings, and sculpture from its permanent collection by several leading American and European artists represented in that landmark exhibition. It features acquisitions made by Duncan Phillips in the decades following his transformative encounter with international modern art at the Armory.