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 Human | Nature - 150Years of Japanese Landscape Prints

Dec 3, 2022 - May 7, 2023

Portland Art Museum

Selected from the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection, this exhibition explores Japan’s journey with and through nature during the 19th century and into the modern age through the lens of landscape prints, revealing the at once reverential and playful spirit in which people held the trees, mountains, and rivers around them.

Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio

May 22 - Aug 15, 2021

Frye Art Musum

With works in all media by nearly eighty artists, Black Refractions celebrates The Studio Museum in Harlem’s role as a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society. Organized by the American Federation of Arts and The Studio Museum in Harlem, this landmark exhibition proposes a plurality of narratives of black artistic production and multiple approaches to understanding the Studio Museum’s powerful collection. ...

Monet at Étretat

Jul 1 - Oct 17, 2021

Seattle Art Museum

Claude Monet's colorful painting Fishing Boats at Étretat, 1885—the only work by the artist in SAM's collection—will be the focus of an exhibition that considers the artist's engagement with Étretat, a seaside village in Normandy known for its stunning chalk cliffs. During a difficult period in his life, Monet traveled there alone and painted over 80 works, immersing himself in the place and committing himself to the process of painting in all kinds of conditions. ...

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