Gift Worth $400 Million To Art Institute Of Chicago Includes Works By Warhol
Chicago art collectors Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson have given a "landmark gift" of pop art to the Art Institute of Chicago, handing over 42 works that were created by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and ot...
Gift Worth $400 Million To Art Institute Of Chicago Includes Works By Warhol
Chicago art collectors Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson have given a "landmark gift" of pop art to the Art Institute of Chicago, handing over 42 works that were created by Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and ot...
Elise Paschen
Elise Paschen (born January 1959), a poet and enrolled member of the Osage Nation, was the co-founder and co-editor of Poetry in Motion, a program which places poetry posters in subways and buses acro...
Fountain of the Great Lakes
Fountain of the Great Lakes or Spirit of the Great Lakes Fountain is an allegorical sculpture by Lorado Taft in the Art Institute of Chicago South Stanley McCormick Memorial Court south of the Art Ins...
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James N. Wood
James Nowell Wood (March 20, 1941 – June 11, 2010) was an American museum director who spent 25 years as head of the Art Institute of Chicago and later served as head of the J. Paul Getty Trust,...
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is one of America's largest accredited independent schools of art and design. It is located in the Loop in Chicago, Illinois. The school is associated...
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Charing Cross Bridge series (Monet)
Charing Cross Bridge is a series of oil paintings by French artist Claude Monet. Painted in between 1899 and 1904, they depict a misty, impressionistic Charing Cross Bridge in London.
During the y...
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Art Institute of Chicago
The Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) is an encyclopedic art museum located in Chicago's Grant Park. It features a collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art in its permanent collection. Its ...
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Cubi VII
Cubi VII is a sculpture by David Smith in the Art Institute of Chicago North Stanley McCormick Memorial Court (aka North Garden) north of the Art Institute of Chicago Building in the Loop community ar...
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The Solitude of the Soul
The Solitude of the Soul refers to one of three known works of sculpture of that name by the American sculptor Lorado Taft, a Midwesterner born in 1860, who was active in the Chicago area from 1885 un...
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Mary Rockwell Hook
Mary Rockwell Hook (September 8, 1877 – September 8, 1978) was an American architect and a pioneer for women in architecture. She worked principally from Kansas City, Missouri but designed throu...
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Large Interior Form, 1953-54
Large Interior Form, 1953-54 is a sculpture by Henry Moore.
It was produced in a bronze edition of six, which was first created as part of a larger work in the 1950s, and only cast as a separate w...
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Art Institute of Chicago Building
The Art Institute of Chicago Building (1893 structure built as the World's Congress Auxiliary Building) houses the Art Institute of Chicago, and is located in the Chicago Landmark Historic Michigan Bo...
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Ken Southworth
Ken Southworth (September 22, 1918 – December 6, 2007) was a veteran English cartoon animator and instructor who worked for a number of major animation studios throughout his career, including W...
Kevin O'Dwyer (silversmith)
Kevin O' Dwyer is an internationally exhibited artist whose works embrace the fields of design, metalworking and sculpture. He creates primarily in silver.He began his training in 1979 with jeweller H...
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Kankakee State Hospital
Samuel H. Shapiro Developmental Center, formerly named the Kankakee State Hospital, is a developmental center located in Kankakee, Illinois, on the banks of the Kankakee River.
In 1877, the Genera...
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The Walking Man
The Walking Man (L'homme qui marche in French) is a bronze sculpture by the French sculptor Auguste Rodin. It was created by Rodin during 1877 and 1878.The best example of Rodin’s ‘sketchy’ impression...
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Abbott Lawrence Pattison
Abbott Lawrence Pattison (1916 Chicago - 1999) was an American sculptor and abstract artist.
He studied at the School of Fine Arts at Yale University, graduating with a BA and BFA. He served in th...
Alexander Comstock Kirk
Alexander Comstock Kirk (November 26, 1888 – March 23, 1979) was a United States diplomat.
Alexander Comstock Kirk was born in Chicago, Illinois, on November 26, 1888, the son of James Alexander K...
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Flying Dragon (Calder)
Flying Dragon is a sculpture by Alexander Calder in the Art Institute of Chicago North Stanley McCormick Memorial Court (aka North Garden) north of the Art Institute of Chicago Building in the Loop co...
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Milton Halberstadt
Milton Halberstadt (1919–2000) had an illustrious career in fine art and commercial photography that spanned seven decades and left a body of work covering genres from abstract art to commercial photo...
Tatsu Aoki
Tatsu Aoki (青木 達幸, Aoki Tatsu) (born 1957 in Tokyo, Japan) is a jazz double bass player and record producer.Aoki is an active musician in the field of Asian American jazz and is the founder an...
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Helen Gardner (art historian)
Helen Gardner (1878–1946) was an American art historian and educator. Her Art Through the Ages remains a standard text for American art history classes. Gardner was born in Manchester, New Hamps...
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Rosellen Brown
Rosellen Brown (born May 12, 1939) is an American author, and has been an instructor of English and creative writing at several universities, including the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and t...
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