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On View Now: Piero di Cosimo: A Hunting Scene

Posted on November 9, 2016 by cmoore

Piero di Cosimo’s A Hunting Scene, a generous loan from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, is on view at the CMA through Tues, Jan 31, 2017. 

Piero di Cosimo (1462–1522) was born in Florence, the son of a goldsmith. He apprenticed in the studio of the artist Cosimo Rosselli (1439–1507) for whom he assisted in painting the Sistine Chapel in 1481–82. Piero was an older contemporary of Michelangelo, but about a decade younger than Leonardo, who would have much influence on the artist later in his career. 

MIX at CMA: Metal in Art

Posted on November 4, 2016 by cmoore

Tonight, head to the museum for MIX: Metal, with activities, music, and demonstrations inspired by iron, gold, bronze, silver, and more in the Armor Court and the exhibition Myth and Mystique: Cleveland’s Gothic Table Fountain. For more metallic inspiration, check out these works of art in the museum’s galleries at MIX.  

Gold

THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART TO TRANSFER A 14TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPT LEAF TO U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT’S (ICE) HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS (HSI) FOR DELIVERY TO ITALY.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT – CAROLE S. RENDON, UNITED STATES ATTORNEY FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO AND THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART

Mike Tobin         
U.S. Attorney’s Office         
Michael.tobin [at] usdoj.gov                
216-622-3651                 

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