Two paintings depicting different versions of the story of Judith and Holofernes will be on view at the Kimbell Art Museum.
The Columbus Museum of Art will bring a set of six tapestries designed by Raphael to the U.S. for the first time.
The Meadows Museum, SMU has acquired a painting of a calvary scene by Pedro de Campaña (born Pieter de Kempener).
The Georgia Museum of Art presents the first exhibition dedicated to Pier Francesco Foschi, a highly prolific Florentine painter.
I was excited to find that one of the most important pieces in the show was a loan from the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in Jacksonville.
“Botticelli and Renaissance Florence” marks the first collaboration between Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Uffizi Galleries.
“Hans Holbein: Capturing Character in the Renaissance,” at Getty Museum is the first major museum exhibition of Holbein’s art in the U.S..
One of the most successful Renaissance painters and architects had an even more impactful and lasting career as an author and historian.
One of the highlights of Master Drawings New York (January 23-30, 2021) will be the opportunity to view a drawing by Jacopo Ligozzi (Italian 1547-1627), one of the most remarkable artists of the Medici court.
Thanks to an unprecedented loan from the Wallace Collection, Titian’s Rape of Europa (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) will be reunited with its pendant Perseus and Andromeda for the first time in the United States.
Albrecht Dürer is celebrated as the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance and one of the finest printmakers of all time.