Joachim Wtewael was a master at depicting human bodies, and his paintings teem with them, from religious and mythological to human and divine.
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Posts by James Clifton
James Clifton, the Museum's curator of Renaissance and Baroque painting, is the director of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation.
Shepherds are comely seen in early-17th-century works, and they too shall appear in the "Pleasure and Piety: The Art of Joachim Wtewael (1566–1638)."
"Annunciation to the Shepherds," the colorful painting by Dutch Calvinist Joachim Wtewael (1566–1638) in the collection of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer
Bastille Day: Celebrate French Independence with Rienzi
Virtual Cinema “Killer of Sheep” and “Proud”
Virtual Program Series “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power”
Virtual Camp at Bayou Bend: Where Art and History Inspire
Virtual Cinema “John Lewis: Good Trouble” and “One Small Step”
See the City through the Eyes of Teens in “Eye on Houston”
Designing an Exhibition about Radical Design
July Book Club “Old Masters, New World”
Follow the Path: Total Eclipse of the Arc
Virtual Cinema “Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things” and “My Darling Vivian”