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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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
3 Questions for Artist Dario Robleto
New Film from Mexico Explores the World of “The Chambermaid”
Calling All Book Lovers: Contribute to the MFAH Little Free Library
Striking Different Notes: Two Magnificent Still Lifes from the MFAH Collections
Symphonies of Color
“Pre-Code” Films Explained: 3 Questions
MFAH Films: Hollywood’s “Pre-Code” Era
William Forsythe Inspires Movement with “Choreographic Objects”
Photography at the Nexus of Music and Fashion