facebook-128 copytwitter-128 copy

instagram-128 copyyoutube-128 copy

 

social feed

CincyArtMuseum Tonight! #artafterdarkcincy,Free,5-9pm https://t.co/rz9YgH1AMe CAM Members=VIP access for #Macyslounge! #fun #cashbar #art #parisiantheme 12 hour ago via Twitter CincyArtMuseum RT @513events: Art After Dark tonight 5-9pm @cincyartmuseum Ooh La La #artafterdarkcincy http://t.co/y8lFO62yxS 12 hour ago via Twitter
Cincinnati Museum Center Join us next week for a special Insights Lecture that tells the remarkable story of Maria Longworth Storer, A Daughter of the Queen City who went beyond creating fine art at Rookwood Pottery and used her talents to help shape Cincinnati into what it is today. Discover how she supported the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden and more, as well as how she influenced political leaders - even presidents of the United States. Learn more and RSVP to this lecture here: http://bit.ly/1sXoIB7 In collaboration with Ursulines of Cincinnati at St. Ursula Academy 1 hour ago via Facebook

about the art

A Lady In Masque Costume

Artist/Maker:Isaac Oliver (English, b.Circa 1565, d.1617), painter

Date:Circa 1610

Place:England/United Kingdom

Classification:Portrait Miniature/Painting

Measurements:image, 2 3/8 x 2 15/16 in. (6 x 7.5 cm); Diam. frame 2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm)

Medium:watercolor and gouache on vellum, backed with playing card

Credit Line:Acquired from the Collection of T. Everard Spence (1899-1992) of Belfast, N. Ireland through a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleischmann in memory of Julius Fleischmann, and a gift from Stuart T. Spence in memory of T. Everard Spence

Period:Early 17th Century

Accession No:1996.39