Explore expressive potential in Monotypes: Painterly Prints, now on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art!
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Have you ever wanted to play curator for a day? Column & Stripe: The Young Friends of the Cleveland Museum of Art is giving you a chance to help us acquire a new print for the museum's collection.
One quick visit to the current exhibition at the CMA, Less is More: Minimal Prints, will illustrate the power behind such seemingly straight-forward art and explain how that initial reaction is not far from what was intended. The museum’s Curator of Prints, Jane Glaubinger, provides us with some explanatory background on this exhibition and its featured artists.
When you visit Rembrandt in America, be sure not to miss the companion exhibition, Rembrandt Prints from The Morgan Library & Museum. It is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see prints that rarely go on public view.
Winslow Homer’s illustrations, paintings and prints helped define and document 19th century American history. His works are remembered for their realistic portrayal of the American scene.
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