“Blossoms” has just received its new frame, so look for it to pop up on the wall of our American galleries in the near future.
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2020 , Year in Review , Art Climb , Animal Crossing , Romare Bearden , CAM Connect , A Happening: Day of Giving , Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal… , Frank Duveneck: American Master , Women Breaking Boundaries , Anila Agha , Gorham Silver: Designing Brilliance 1850–1970 , Treasures of the Spanish World
Despite a rollercoaster of a year, the Cincinnati Art Museum hosted a wide range of virtual and in-person experiences including our first virtual fundraiser, and opened the highly anticipated Art Climb, the new civic art space on the grounds of the museum.
Soon to move from the paper lab to the gallery is a box decorated with ink and gouache by Elizabeth Boott Duveneck.
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.
Sometimes a painting can make its feelings known.
by Caroline Shaver
Conservation preparation for the upcoming Duveneck exhibition (opening Fall 2020).
There was a mysterious alteration in this painting. This is a detail of the bottom (also no pun intended) right corner of a nude study by Frank Duveneck, taken while the painting was being cleaned.
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