This past Thursday, 3/30 was Vincent van Gogh's birthday. To celebrate the life and work of this iconic artist, see some pieces from the CMA's collecion below!
This statement is the bedrock on which the CMA was built. The idea continues to resonate, but it has new and poignant significance more than one hundred years later. For this reason, the Cleveland Museum of Art reaffirms its commitment to all visitors: you are welcome here.
Can you name five artists off the top of your head?
If you can, how many of those are women?
To highlight women in the arts—in particular, the inequity faced by women artists—we’re participating in the National Museum of Women in the Arts’ campaign #5WomenArtists by sharing works by women in our collection. If you’d like to participate yourself, head over to NMWA’s blog to find out more and keep reading to discover some of the women represented at CMA.
Explore the lives and works of a select group of master carvers who enjoyed recognition, and sometimes even fame, during their lifetime in the CMA’s next exhibition African Master Carvers: Known and Famous, opening this Sun, 3/26.
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! See below to learn about Celtic-Inspired art in the CMA's collection!