Rembrandt drew to hone his skills, record a motif, test compositional ideas and ways of expressing emotion, and provide instructive models for his students. Upon his death, nearly 2,000 drawings by Rembrandt and his followers were found in his studio.
The region’s premier summer music festival is just two months away. Tickets are now on sale for Solstice! The Cleveland Museum of Art invites the community to celebrate summer’s long days and hot nights at Solstice on Saturday, June 30 from 7:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.
This magnificent walnut sideboard makes quite the focal point in Gallery 207 where it is currently on display.
Spring is in the air, and that means it’s time for another Museum Ambassadors Community Day this Sunday!
Every spring, Sawsan Alhaddad looks forward to the Cleveland Museum of Art's Parade the Circle. She has participated in the event for more than 20 years. She started to participate when her daughter Sarah was six years old and it’s been an annual tradition for them since.
While our contemporary galleries are being re-imagined and reinstalled, the first of new relational art pairings are now featured in the Reid Gallery.
On April 13 the New York Gypsy All-Stars, hailed by WNYC for their “infectious and hypnotic music,” will take the Gartner Auditorium stage as part of the museum’s
Reflecting on the past nine months of my life, I would say that my role as Research Coordinator for the current exhibition Rembrandt in America has been one of the highlights of my graduate career.