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The Crucifixion, about 1340-45
Exhibition: Paolo Veneziano: Art & Devotion in 14th-Century Venice
Through 10/03/2021 (more information)
Paolo Veneziano
The Crucifixion, about 1340-45
tempera and gold leaf on pane
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1939.1.143
Exhibition: Mario Giacomelli: Figure/Ground
Through 10/10/2021 (more information)
Mario Giacomelli
My Mother, 1956; printed 1981
gelatin silver prin
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Gift of Daniel Greenberg and
Susan Steinhauser. Reproduced courtesy Mario Giacomelli Archive © Rita and Simone Giacomelli
My Mother, 1956; printed 1981
Onokami Village, Gunma Prefecture, 1994
Exhibition: Paolo Veneziano: Art & Devotion in 14th-Century Venice
Through 10/03/2021 (more information)
Toshio Shibata
Onokami Village, Gunma Prefecture, 1994
gelatin silver print
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Gift of Dr. and
Mrs. John V. Knaus. © Toshio Shibata
Exhibition: Silk & Swan Feathers: A Luxurious 18th-Century Armchair
05/25,/2021–07/31/2022 (more information)
Bruce Davidson
March from Selma, Alabama (detail) from Time of Change
gelatin silver print, negative 1965, printed later
© Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos In Focus: Protest
The J. Paul Getty Museum
March from Selma, Alabama (detail) from Time of Change
Armchair (Bergère) (3/4 view), about 1770/1772 or early 1780s
Exhibition: Silk & Swan Feathers: A Luxurious 18th-Century Armchair
05/25/2021–07/31/2022 (more information)
Georges Jacob
Armchair (Bergère) (3/4 view),
about 1770/1772 or early 1780s
walnut, painted and varnished, and beech; silk, linen, hemp, and horsehair upholstery with swan- and goose-down feather stuffing; silk trim; iron tacks and gilt-brass nails
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Exhibition: Artists as Collectors
05/25/2021–09/12/2021 (more information)
Andrea del Sarto
Study for the Head of Saint Joseph, about 1526–27
red and black chalk
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Study for the Head of Saint Joseph, about 1526–27
Support Systems, 1984
Exhibition: Photo Flux: Unshuttering LA
05/25/2021–10/10/2021 (more information)
Todd Gray
Support Systems, 1984
gelatin silver prints with applied media
Courtesy of and © Todd Gray

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Exhibitions:

Paolo Veneziano: Art & Devotion in 14th-Century Venice
Through October 3, 2021
(more information)

Mario Giacomelli: Figure/Ground
Through October 10, 2021
(more information)

Paolo Veneziano: Art & Devotion in 14th-Century Venice
Through October 3, 2021
(more information)

Silk & Swan Feathers: A Luxurious 18th-Century Armchair
May 25, 2021–July 31, 2022
(more information)

Artists as Collectors
May 25–September 12, 2021
(more information)

Power, Justice, and Tyranny in the Middle Ages
May 25–August 15, 2021,
(more information)

Photo Flux: Unshuttering LA
May 25–October 10, 2021
(more information)

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