It is clear from examples that survive from the Middle Ages and early Renaissance, that the crucifix, in the hands of a great artist, achieved the status of a consummate work of art. The Cleveland Museum of Art possesses a beautiful example of a large-scale, painted crucifix made in Pisa during the 1230s. The majestic Cleveland crucifix is one of the few elaborate painted Italian crosses in the United States.
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In a unique partnership between Lakeland Community College, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program, a three session mini-course this month will deepen the connections between fine arts, film, and graphic fiction. The course, co-developed by the CMA, consists of three 90 minute weekly live video conferences, which explore the origins, genres, and influences of graphic fiction and narrative.
This Week at CMA: Lecture: Philippe de Montebello, The Dr. John and Helen Collis Lecture: Athenian Vase-Painting, #Rodin1001 day 10 hours ago
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This Week at CMA: Chalk Festival 2017, Print Club of Cleveland’s 33rd Fine Print Fair, Film: Poetry, & More1 week 1 day ago
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