When we think of photographs, we usually picture a piece of paper, often of a size that can be mounted in an album or framed and hung on the wall of our home.
Posted by: Conservation
“Spring is here with us. In little wafts it touches the trees and hedges, giving us a feeling of a certainty that it is here for always, and that we have left behind us the cold and wet of winter…”
Once a year our objects conservation team cleans the Rio Delle Torreselle Chandelier by Dale Chihuly.
"As a volunteer, I have the opportunity to inspire people and connect our communities through the power of art. I am also enriched and rewarded by the experience."
Posted by: Terry Haynes-Toney
This portrait by French artist Jean Baptiste-Camille Corot has been conserved before, recently.
Director of Marketing and Communications Jill E. Dunne tells the story of her exciting trip to China in preparation for the Terracotta Army exhibition at CAM.
While listening to forecasts of a winter storm last week, the paper conservator was enjoying this view of Eden Park’s Mirror Lake in the height of summer.
Cincinnati Art Museum will be open on Easter Sunday.
When the museum is closed to visitors, CAM staff uses the Great Hall for photography large pieces.
Posted by: Julie Aronson, Curator of American Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings
This decorative folding fan is in the objects conservation lab for treatment.
Posted by: Liz Lloyd
Our paintings conservator is rounding up the final bits and pieces that comprise the 15th century Spanish altarpiece, the Retablo of Saint Peter.
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives will have a selection of rare artists’ books created by women on view throughout the month of March.
Our paper conservator has been working with a large donation of 20th century Chinese paintings over the past year.
Posted by: Anne Buening, Curatorial Assistant
This limestone sculpture of an eagle and serpent dates from 50-150 CE and is from the Nabataean Temple Khirbet et-Tannur in Jordan.
Posted by: Dorris Williams
Our masterpiece by Bernardo Strozzi, David with the Head of Goliath, is currently being conserved.
These early examples of paper lace valentines date back to the late 19th century.
Posted by: Design and Installation
Next month a group of etchings by American women printmakers will go on display in G213.
Tapa cloth isn’t technically cloth at all: it’s tree bark!
Posted by: Nathaniel Stein
Sometimes, the conservation studio becomes a sort of waiting room.
Make your wedding day a work of art at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
The books on display in January are The Art of Heraldry: an Encyclopedia of Armory by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, published by Brentano’s in 1904.
Posted by: Joanna Kerman