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Aug. 12 Art Minute: Jean Schlumberger, ‘Seabird Clip’

Posted on Friday, August 12th, 2016

The mid-twentieth century was the era of the artist-jeweler, who responded to a growing international affluent clientele with an increased desire for individual expression. The venerable firm of Tiffany & Co. in New York could not ignore the changes taking place in jewelry and metalwork design, both in the United States and abroad. In response, […]

It’s Time to Bach Around the Clock

Posted on Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Enjoy the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in this 24-hour live music marathon, with performances by Toledo Symphony Orchestra musicians and others from the region led by Merwin Siu, principal second violinist for the TSO. Additional support and programming is provided by ADJ•ective New Music. The program beings at dawn on Saturday, Aug. 13 and ends […]

Toledo Museum of Art’s Guest Artist Lectures Explore Violence, Exploitation and the Ancient World

Posted on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

A “beautiful pig,” human exploitation in medical research and ancient Roman vessels are among the topics of discussion for the 2016-2017 Guest Artist Pavilion Project (GAPP) lectures at the Toledo Museum of Art. Three contemporary artists from around the country will each give a free lecture as part of their participation in the GAPP program, […]

Toledo Museum of Art Shines Spotlight on Shakespeare’s Characters

Posted on Monday, August 8th, 2016

Four hundred years after his death, the Toledo Museum of Art is honoring the great English playwright William Shakespeare with an exhibition exploring The Bard’s band of characters, from the comedic to the tragic. Approximately 30 paintings, prints, sculptures, illustrated books and photographs bring the beloved writer’s works to life in Shakespeare’s Characters: Playing the […]

September 2016 Toledo Museum of Art Program Highlights

Posted on Friday, August 5th, 2016

Exhibition Openings Shakespeare’s Characters: Playing the Part Sept. 2, 2016-Jan. 8, 2017, Gallery 6 Four hundred years after his death, the Toledo Museum of Art honors the great playwright William Shakespeare with an exhibition exploring The Bard’s band of characters, from the comedic to the tragic. Approximately 30 paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs bring the […]

Aug. 5 Art Minute: Winslow Homer, ‘Sunlight on the Coast’

Posted on Friday, August 5th, 2016

The subject of Sunlight on the Coast is the never-ending battle between the sea and the shore, captured under specific conditions of light and weather. The painting’s simplified composition, strong linear rhythms, earth-toned harmonies, and broadly textured brushwork determine its particular mood. A heavy blue-green wave rolls in and breaks over a shelf of brown rocks, spewing […]

2016-2017 Toledo Museum of Art Exhibitions

Posted on Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Hot Spot: Contemporary Glass from Private Collections Through Sept. 18, 2016, Glass Pavilion Stunning works of art in glass from private collections, many of them promised gifts to the Toledo Museum of Art collection, have been assembled for this celebratory exhibition. Featuring approximately 80 sculptural works, Hot Spot coincides with the 10th anniversary of the […]

Toledo Museum of Art Expands Internship Program

Posted on Monday, August 1st, 2016

This summer, the Toledo Museum of Art welcomed a record 23 college student interns and 12 high school students from Toledo School for the Arts for employment at the Museum. The summer internship program was made possible by The John and Dorothy Clement Scholarship Fund that provides funding to support hiring 21 of the interns […]

July 29 Art Minute: Elizabeth Catlett, ‘Head of a Young Woman’

Posted on Friday, July 29th, 2016

Created the year Elizabeth Catlett moved to Mexico City, where she spent most of her career, Head of a Young Woman elegantly expresses Catlett’s abiding interest in representing the figure in a straightforward, powerful manner. In 1940 Catlett, who studied to be an artist with sculptor Ossip Zadkine (1890-1967) and painter Grant Wood (1892-1942), earned the […]

July 22 Art Minute: George Tooker, “Meadow I”

Posted on Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Though best known for anxiety–filled images of modern city dwellers seemingly trapped in office cubicle boxes or subway station mazes, George Tooker’s Meadow I has a rural setting and a timeless quality. Painted as a memorial to his mother, the painting is suffused with melancholy. The reclining (dead?) woman resembles Renaissance paintings of the Madonna collapsed in […]