The Bauhaus Connection at Harvard
As the world prepares to mark the centennial (in 2019) of the founding of this influential school of modernist art and design, the Harvard Art Museums have already begun to commemorate the occasion with a new digital resource devoted to Bauhaus-related objects and research.
The Many Faces of Ingres
The Harvard Art Museums house an extensive collection of works by French artist Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780–1867). Eleven preparatory studies, drawings, and paintings by Ingres are currently on view, offering insight into the multiple stages and styles of his work.
George Grosz Drawings Now On View
After a recent rotation of works on paper at the Harvard Art Museums, two drawings by German-born artist George Grosz are now on display, joining a number of other Grosz works already on view in the galleries. His Terror in the Streets (1916) and Café (c. 1919) contribute to a deeper understanding o...