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National Gallery of Art 18h
At 4, see Jacques Becker's "Touchez pas au grisbi," based on a série noire novel by Albert Simonin (who coauthored the screenplay):
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National Gallery of Art 19h
At 2, see Jacques Becker's "Casque d’or," a film that evokes turn-of-the-century Paris:
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National Gallery of Art 20h
Celebrating the first day of autumn with "Harvesters by Firelight" by Samuel Palmer (1830, pen and black ink with watercolor and gouache on paper).
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National Gallery of Art Sep 21
"Woman Weaving a Crown of Flowers" (c. 1675/1680) is an example of Godefridus Schalcken's refined manner of painting. Notice the artist's meticulous technique, particularly evident in the rendering of the costume.
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National Gallery of Art Sep 19
At 1, join an exhibition gallery talk on "Rachel Whiteread": ["Untitled (Domestic)," 2002, cast plaster on armatures, Collection , New York]
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National Gallery of Art Sep 19
At 11, join an exhibition gallery talk on "Corot: Women." [Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, "Agostina," 1866, oil on canvas]
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National Gallery of Art Sep 18
At noon, join a permanent collection gallery talk on "Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1696–1770": [Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, "Apollo Pursuing Daphne," c. 1755/1760, oil on canvas, Samuel H. Kress Collection]
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National Gallery of Art Sep 18
At 11, join an exhibition gallery talk on "Corot: Women": [Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, "Italian Girl," c. 1872, oil on canvas]
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Gagosian Sep 15
Discover the momentous show, "," at the opening on Sunday, September 16, at , Washington, DC. This exhibition is the most comprehensive exhibition to date of Whiteread’s career:
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National Gallery of Art Sep 16
At 4, see Jacques Becker's "Rendez-vous de juillet":
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National Gallery of Art Sep 16
Drop in from 12:00–4:00 p.m. today for art making in our Education Studio! All ages are welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult.
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National Gallery of Art Sep 16
At 2, curator Molly Donovan introduces "Rachel Whiteread." Opening today is the first comprehensive survey of the British sculptor’s 30-year career: ["LINE UP," 2007–2008, plaster, pigment, resin, wood, and metal; private collection, NY]
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National Gallery of Art Sep 15
At 4, see Jacques Becker's "Ali Baba," an unusual departure from his lyrical black-and-white productions:
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National Gallery of Art Sep 15
At 3, stop by the West Garden Court for an open rehearsal of "interLACEd: Corot and His Circle" with the Living Art Collective Ensemble (LACE) and Elisa Monte Dance, celebrating "Corot: Women":
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National Gallery of Art Sep 15
At 2, see "Édouard et Caroline," the last in a trio of Jacques Becker's sympathetic urban comedies:
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National Gallery of Art Sep 15
Drop in from 12:00–4:00 p.m. today for art making in our Education Studio! All ages are welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult.
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National Gallery of Art Sep 14
Our September 2018 newsletter is here, filled with new exhibitions, lectures, films, and more. Read it now: [Thomas Cole, "The Return," 1837, oil on canvas, Corcoran Collection]
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James Jackson Sep 13
Preview of the exhibition at . Opens September 16.
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National Gallery of Art Sep 14
At noon, join a permanent collection gallery talk on "Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1696–1770": [Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, "Apollo Pursuing Daphne," c. 1755/1760, oil on canvas, Samuel H. Kress Collection]
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