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The release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch was well-timed for those of us looking for a relaxing escape from the stresses of our daily lives.
This set is made of porcelain with very thin, translucent walls and a gilt fruit and vine design.
As Mr. Rogers encouraged, I am one of the many who tend to “look for the helpers” in times of crisis.
This painting is a nineteenth century American landscape that has suffered multiple tears in the course of its lifetime, probably due to the poor quality of the canvas.
Keen-eyed visitors to our current exhibition, Gorham: Designing Brilliance, will notice a familiar Cincinnati name on two of the objects: Rookwood Pottery.
Our paper conservator has been in the darkroom capturing images of watermarks from some of our Old Master prints.
Check out this behind the scenes look from our conservators.
Students were so excited to start a Romare Bearden lesson.
This week in objects conservation we open up the 19th C Lacquered chest.
In late 2019, I received a research grant from the Center for Chinese Studies in Taipei to conduct research on the catalogue of our upcoming exhibition Galloping through Dynasties.
This beautiful landscape by Impressionist Alfred Sisley was recently being cleaned of its varnish by our paintings conservator.
The objects in the Women Breaking Boundaries exhibit in the galleries across from the café are examples of wide-ranging media, including light-sensitive objects.
Longtime Cincinnati Art Museum docent and supporter of the arts Helen Rindsberg wins international award.
This month in the library display case, we have an example of one of our local artist files.
This week in objects conservation: this early 1920’s porcelain bowl is in the lab for cleaning and repair.
Permanent Collection Highlights with Cynthia Amnéus, Chief Curator and Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles
One of the perks of being a conservator is of course spending many hours up-close-and-personal with great art.
You’ve probably seen the numbers: 67,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years. But do you know what really lives in the permanent collection at your Cincinnati Art Museum?
If you have been following the Behind the Scenes in Conservation posts, you know that a lot of works by Frank Duveneck have passed through the Conservation Department over the past years.
From the Mary R. Schiff Library & Archives.
How do you make artwork from the Cincinnati Art Museum relevant to a group of students who do not even know where Cincinnati is?
In a few weeks, we are installing some recent acquisitions from CAM’s fashion collection in Gallery 150.
Make your wedding day a work of art at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
This week in objects conservation we return to the 1740’s Rococo gilt table.
Check out a preview of this month's Evenings For Educators teacher program.
From a new attendance record to Burning Man interactive installations to a new fully accessible front entrance, what an incredible year it’s been for the Cincinnati Art Museum!
The Cincinnati Art Museum is open on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Kick off 2020 with a visit to the museum and see special exhibition Treasures of the Spanish World before it closes on January 19.
Conservation of this painting on wood panel by the Dewing husband-and-wife team was undertaken because the retouching on the painting had discolored.
This drawing recently came to the paper lab to have some old paper remnants removed. The drawing is on the back of a letter, and some of the writing was obscured.
The most wonderful time of the year can also be hectic and stressful, especially when it comes to finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list.