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Posts Tagged Painting, page 1

  1. 06 Mar
    Fri / 2015
    During National Nutrition Month in March, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and "VegOut! with Recipe for Success" are teaming up to encourage Houstonians to add more vegetables to their plates.

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  2. 02 Jan
    Fri / 2015
    The Houston climate doesn't offer "winter wonderland" views very often, but this year we can enjoy some extra icy shades of winter in "Monet and the Seine: Impressions of a River."

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  3. 18 Dec
    Thu / 2014
    "Annunciation to the Shepherds," the colorful painting by Dutch Calvinist Joachim Wtewael (1566–1638) in the collection of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, is one of the largest representations of the subject. The dramatic work—nearly six feet high and more than four feet wide—is on view in the Audrey Jones Beck Building.

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  4. 14 Nov
    Thu / 2013
    One of the centerpieces of "American Adversaries: West and Copley in a Transatlantic World" is "Watson and the Shark," the sensational painting that earned artist John Singleton Copley (1738–1815) election to the Royal Academy of Art in London.

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  5. 09 Apr
    Tue / 2013
    In several of the paintings in "Picasso Black and White," Pablo Picasso characteristically leaves visible traces of earlier sketches on his canvas. The visible underdrawing and erasures are known as "pentimenti."

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