Collections: European Art

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    Arts of Africa, Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden
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    Arts of Asia and the Islamic World
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    Egyptian Art, European Paintings
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    Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
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    Luce Center for American Art

On View: Great Lakes Girls

Teri Greeves created this piece by hand-sewing beads, Swarovski crystals, silver conchos, and spiny-oyster shell cabochons on a pair of high...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Side Chair (Taburete)

    These two side chairs illustrate American responses to Old World traditions. The typical eighteenth-century Spanish colonial side chair does...

     
     
    The Legend of Santa SophroniaDoña Mariana Belsunse y SalasarSaint John of GodDoña Josefa de la Cotera y Calvo de la PuertaDon Ignacio Leonel Gómez CervantesThe Philosopher (Le Philosophe)Woman with Three GirlsMadonna of Humility, portable altarpiecePortrait of Don Tadeo Bravo de RiveroPortrait of Mme Boursier and Her Daughter (Portrait de Mme Boursier et de sa fille)Saint Joseph with the Flowering RodThe Doges Palace (Le Palais ducal)Saint Jerome, part of an altarpieceDon Manuel Romero de Terreros y Villar-VillamilPortrait of Mlle Fiocre in the Ballet "La Source" (Portrait de Mlle...E[ugénie] F[iocre]: à propos du ballet "La Source")Madonna and Child Enthroned with AngelsThe Wounded Cuirassier, study (Le Cuirassier blessé quittant le feu, esquisse)Portrait of Jean de CarondeletTriptych: Madonna with Saints and Christ Blessing (Center); The Nativity and the Annunciate Angel (Left Wing); Crucifixion and the Virgin Annunciate (Right Wing)God the Father with Four Angels and the Dove of the Holy SpiritPredella with Annunciation and Scenes from the Lives of Four SaintsMadonna of HumilityHead of the MadonnaMadonna and Child Enthroned with Saints Zenobius, John the Baptist, Reparata and John the EvangelistPortrait of a Lady as Mary MagdalenOur Lady of Cocharcas Under the BaldachinVirgin of QuitoWoman in an Armchair (Femme au fauteuil)Saint Luke (Saint Luc)Christ on the Cross Adored by Saints Thomas Aquinas and Catherine of Siena (Recto); Saint Dominic with Saints and Worshipping Nuns (Verso)The Disciples at Emmaus, or The Pilgrims at Emmaus (Les disciples dEmmaüs, ou Les pèlerins dEmmaüs)The Scourging on the Front (La flagellation de face)The Cock Crowed (Le coq chanta)The False Witnesses (Les faux témoins)The Last Supper: Judas Dipping his Hand in the Dish (La Céne. Judas met la main dans le plat)Portrait of Madame Léon Maître (Portrait de Madame Léon Maître)Portrait of the Pilgrim (Portrait du pèlerin)The Lords Prayer (Le "Pater Noster")The Voice from on High (La voix den haut)Pilate Washes His Hands (Pilate se lave les mains)Portrait of Catellano TrivulzioVernon in the Sun (Vernon, soleil)The Baptism of Jesus (Baptême de Jésus)Young Women of Sparta (Jeunes filles de Sparte)Nude in a Wood (Nu dans la forêt; Nu assis dans le bois)Portrait of a ManDon José María Gómez de Cervantes y Altamirano de Velasco, Count of Santiago de CalimayaChrist BlessingPortrait of a ManThe Grotto of the Agony (La Grotte de lagonie)The Village of Gardanne (Le Village de Gardanne)Orpheus (Orphée)Saint Lawrence Buried in Saint Stephens TombThe Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun (Rev. 12: 1-4)Don Juan Xavier Joachín Gutiérrez Altamirano Velasco, Count of Santiago de Calimaya

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    European Art - BKM TECH
    Käthe Kollwitz (German, 1867–1945). The Mothers (Die Mütter), 1922–23. Woodcut on heavy Japan paper, 18 13/16 x 25 9/16 in. (47.8 x 64.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Carll H. de Silver Fund, 44.201.6. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bon

    German Expressionist Prints at the Brooklyn Museum

    The current exhibition in the Herstory Gallery of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art features the politically engaged work of early twentieth-century artist…

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    Charles Grignion. Canvassing for Votes, from "Four Prints of an Election," 1757. Engraving Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Samuel E. Haslett, 22.1890 Image: overall, 22.1890_bw.jpg. Photo Indianapolis Museum of Art.

    William Hogarth’s Election series

    After more than a year of partisanship, pundits, and polls, as well as a seemingly never-ending stream of gaffes, accusations, and distortions, Election Day has…

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    Vasily Vereshchagin. The Road of the War Prisoners

    Refining the Russian Collection

    When I arrived at the Brooklyn Museum in the spring of 2010, I began a careful review of the Russian holdings and within months my…

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    Aleksandr Yakovlev. Model Washing Her Hair.

    From Russia—To Brooklyn—With Love

    The Brooklyn Museum celebrates for the first time in over eighty years its renowned collection of modern Russian paintings with its newest installation, Russian Modern….

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    Käthe Kollwitz (German, 1867–1945). The Mothers (Die Mütter), 1922–23. Woodcut on heavy Japan paper, 18 13/16 x 25 9/16 in. (47.8 x 64.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Carll H. de Silver Fund, 44.201.6. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bon

    German Expressionist Prints at the Brooklyn Museum

    The current exhibition in the Herstory Gallery of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art features the politically engaged work of early twentieth-century artist…

    Read More
    Charles Grignion. Canvassing for Votes, from "Four Prints of an Election," 1757. Engraving Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Samuel E. Haslett, 22.1890 Image: overall, 22.1890_bw.jpg. Photo Indianapolis Museum of Art.

    William Hogarth’s Election series

    After more than a year of partisanship, pundits, and polls, as well as a seemingly never-ending stream of gaffes, accusations, and distortions, Election Day has…

    Read More
    Vasily Vereshchagin. The Road of the War Prisoners

    Refining the Russian Collection

    When I arrived at the Brooklyn Museum in the spring of 2010, I began a careful review of the Russian holdings and within months my…

    Read More
    Aleksandr Yakovlev. Model Washing Her Hair.

    From Russia—To Brooklyn—With Love

    The Brooklyn Museum celebrates for the first time in over eighty years its renowned collection of modern Russian paintings with its newest installation, Russian Modern….

    Read More

    Go to the original blog post

    Käthe Kollwitz (German, 1867–1945). The Mothers (Die Mütter), 1922–23. Woodcut on heavy Japan paper, 18 13/16 x 25 9/16 in. (47.8 x 64.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Carll H. de Silver Fund, 44.201.6. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bon

    German Expressionist Prints at the Brooklyn Museum

    The current exhibition in the Herstory Gallery of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art features the politically engaged work of early twentieth-century artist…

    Read More
    Charles Grignion. Canvassing for Votes, from "Four Prints of an Election," 1757. Engraving Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Samuel E. Haslett, 22.1890 Image: overall, 22.1890_bw.jpg. Photo Indianapolis Museum of Art.

    William Hogarth’s Election series

    After more than a year of partisanship, pundits, and polls, as well as a seemingly never-ending stream of gaffes, accusations, and distortions, Election Day has…

    Read More
    Vasily Vereshchagin. The Road of the War Prisoners

    Refining the Russian Collection

    When I arrived at the Brooklyn Museum in the spring of 2010, I began a careful review of the Russian holdings and within months my…

    Read More
    Aleksandr Yakovlev. Model Washing Her Hair.

    From Russia—To Brooklyn—With Love

    The Brooklyn Museum celebrates for the first time in over eighty years its renowned collection of modern Russian paintings with its newest installation, Russian Modern….

    Read More

    Go to the original blog post

    Käthe Kollwitz (German, 1867–1945). The Mothers (Die Mütter), 1922–23. Woodcut on heavy Japan paper, 18 13/16 x 25 9/16 in. (47.8 x 64.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Carll H. de Silver Fund, 44.201.6. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bon

    German Expressionist Prints at the Brooklyn Museum

    The current exhibition in the Herstory Gallery of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art features the politically engaged work of early twentieth-century artist…

    Read More
    Charles Grignion. Canvassing for Votes, from "Four Prints of an Election," 1757. Engraving Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Samuel E. Haslett, 22.1890 Image: overall, 22.1890_bw.jpg. Photo Indianapolis Museum of Art.

    William Hogarth’s Election series

    After more than a year of partisanship, pundits, and polls, as well as a seemingly never-ending stream of gaffes, accusations, and distortions, Election Day has…

    Read More
    Vasily Vereshchagin. The Road of the War Prisoners

    Refining the Russian Collection

    When I arrived at the Brooklyn Museum in the spring of 2010, I began a careful review of the Russian holdings and within months my…

    Read More
    Aleksandr Yakovlev. Model Washing Her Hair.

    From Russia—To Brooklyn—With Love

    The Brooklyn Museum celebrates for the first time in over eighty years its renowned collection of modern Russian paintings with its newest installation, Russian Modern….

    Read More

    Go to the original blog post

    Käthe Kollwitz (German, 1867–1945). The Mothers (Die Mütter), 1922–23. Woodcut on heavy Japan paper, 18 13/16 x 25 9/16 in. (47.8 x 64.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Carll H. de Silver Fund, 44.201.6. © 2012 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bon

    German Expressionist Prints at the Brooklyn Museum

    The current exhibition in the Herstory Gallery of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art features the politically engaged work of early twentieth-century artist…

    Read More
    Charles Grignion. Canvassing for Votes, from "Four Prints of an Election," 1757. Engraving Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Samuel E. Haslett, 22.1890 Image: overall, 22.1890_bw.jpg. Photo Indianapolis Museum of Art.

    William Hogarth’s Election series

    After more than a year of partisanship, pundits, and polls, as well as a seemingly never-ending stream of gaffes, accusations, and distortions, Election Day has…

    Read More
    Vasily Vereshchagin. The Road of the War Prisoners

    Refining the Russian Collection

    When I arrived at the Brooklyn Museum in the spring of 2010, I began a careful review of the Russian holdings and within months my…

    Read More
    Aleksandr Yakovlev. Model Washing Her Hair.

    From Russia—To Brooklyn—With Love

    The Brooklyn Museum celebrates for the first time in over eighty years its renowned collection of modern Russian paintings with its newest installation, Russian Modern….

    Read More

    Go to the original blog post

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