centuriespast: Portrait of Hermine Gallia Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) The National Gallery, London
Three photographers have been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2017, the major international photography award organised by the National Portrait Gallery, London, and celebrating its tenth anniversary under Taylor Wessing ?s sponsorship this year. Show More Summary
To honor Labor Day, a look at the companion book to a major new National Portrait Gallery exhibit of the core value that drives the American dream.
On Thursday evening at the National Portrait Gallery, protesters drew attention to BP's work with the Indonesian government, which has been accused of civil rights violations in West Papua. The post At BP-Sponsored Art Show, Protesters Call Out the Corporation’s Abuses appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Hermine Gallia,  Copyright © The National Gallery, London The sitter is Hermine Gallia, née Hamburger (1870 - 1936). In 1893 she married her uncle, Moritz Gallia, a government adviser who became a leading patron of the arts. Show More Summary
The National Portrait Gallery is to stage an exhibition of photographs by four of the most celebrated figures in art photography, including previously unseen works and a notorious photomontage, it was announced today, Tuesday 22 August 2017. Show More Summary
A new exhibition sheds light on the enduring legacy of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery
fawnvelveteen: John Singer Sargent, La Carmencita, 1890. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Photograph: National Portrait Gallery/PA
The Canberra Symphony Orchestra has added and an extra concert to its flagship ActewAGL Llewellyn Series for the 2018 season, launched last Thursday night at the National Portrait Gallery. The CSO will also for the first time include an Artist-in-Focus initiative to showcase an extraordinary musician in concerto, chamber music and recital performances throughout the […]
The complex reputation of Scotland?s greatest cultural icon is being explored by Graham Fagen in an exhibition which is on view at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery this summer. Graham Fagen, who represented Scotland at the 2015...Show More Summary
Artist Julian Opie has made new work to display alongside the National Portrait Gallery?s self-portrait of Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641), acquired in 2014 after a major public fundraising appeal, as it returns to the Gallery following a three-year nationwide tour. Show More Summary
A rare and enchanting collection of 52 portraits of British street people is on display for the first time in the National Portrait Gallery?s winter show, Dempsey?s People: a folio of British street portraits 1824-1844. Curated by Dr...Show More Summary
A striking newly-commissioned photograph of actor Jack O?Connell has been commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery, it was announced today, Wednesday 26 July 2017, coinciding with his West End starring role in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Sienna Miller opening this week. Show More Summary
An exciting new project featuring young people from Clifton, Nottingham, has led to the National Portrait Gallery acquiring portraits of Nottingham icons Viv Anderson, Jake Bugg, Eric Irons and Vicky McClure. Creative Connections: Nottingham...Show More Summary
The National Portrait Gallery opened its first exhibition of old master European portrait drawings, many rarely seen, and some not displayed for decades, today Thursday 13 July 2017. But while the works on display are by some of theShow More Summary
Last week I visited The Encounter: Drawings from Leonardo to Rembrandt - the first ever exhibition of portrait drawings by European Old Masters at the National Portrait Gallery. Drawings by... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Images at the National Gallery of Art offer a lesson in how the Eastern wilderness — beautiful and grand — was tamed, exploited and transformed.
The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery is showing an 1822 painting of Yarrow Mamout, whose story is pretty amazing. The post Portrait of 18th-Century Muslim American Proves the US Has Always Been Home to Many Faiths appeared first on Hyperallergic.