The museum recently opened an exhibition viewing selected works by John Taylor Arms (1887–1953), one of the most important American printmakers of the first half of the 20th century.
If you’ve visited Wade Oval in recent weeks, you may have noticed the large white tent that took up residence next to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History in late April.
The four witch paintings by Salvator Rosa have not been on view for quite a while.
Each spring, high school students from the Museum Ambassadors program facilitate a Family and Community Day for the public.
Chances are that if you have been to the museum in the last 30 years you have intersected the work of Mel Horvath. Horvath is one of the men behind all the brochures, flyers, and programs. He also runs the museum copy center.
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.