"Time Is Running Out, Silence is Here to Stay" will be on display from Oct 21 until Nov 18
"In Praise of Painting: Dutch Masterpieces at the Met" open this October 16
On July 20th, the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) in Pittsburgh, PA, reinstalled its modern and contemporary galleries including works by CoBrA
From July 14th until August 18th, "New Shoes" by Niels Shoe Meulman will be exhibited at Tinney Contemporary Gallery, Nashville, TN
The Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, recently acquired "The Violin Player" by Dirck van Baburen and a drawing by Johannes Stradanus
The Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA, currently have seven Dutch paintings on display
Dutch Culture USA got a chance to ask a few questions to Dutch violinist Tosca Opdam, who will make her Weill Recital Hall...
In Spring 2018, Anke A. Van Wagenberg-Ter Hoeven, Ph.D. published her two-volume tome entitled "Jan Baptist Weenix and Jan Weenix: The Paintings"
From Jan 27 - Feb 3, "Painting vs. Drawing. Dutch Art 1569 - 2017" will be on view at Mireille Mosler Ltd
From October 22 through January 21, there will be an exhibition on Vermeer at the National Gallery of Art in Washington
From October 26 to December 22 works by Marjolijn de Wit will be on view at Asya Geisberg Gallery in New York
From May 14 until August 13, Van Gogh and Mondrian will be presented in "A Modern Vision" at the Kimbell Art Museum
Newly Attributed Bosch Painting Goes on View at Nelson-Atkins June 30
From May 12 until June 18, Nik Christensen will have a solo show at Pablo's Birthday in New York
From May 4 until June 10, Martine Johanna's solo exhibition of paintings will be on view at Massey Lyuben Gallery in New York
We would like to congratulate Dr. Lara Yeager-Crasselt as the new curator at the Leiden Collection in New York
From February 23 until April 15, Rob de Oude participates in a Group Exposition at The Curator Gallery in New York
from February 13 through May 21, the Met will present 'The Mysterious Landscapes of Hercules Segers,' the first major exhibition in the United...
This fall, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, will debut ‘Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer’, the first...
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