The Luncheon of the Boating Party represents one of Renoir’s greatest artistic achievements.Explore the details and the artist behind the painting to better understand the impact of this iconic artwork.
Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series visually portrays the mass movement one million African Americans from the South to the North in search for a better life.Explore Jacob Lawrence’s life, process, and influences that shaped the creation of this series.
Question Bridge: Black Males is a documentary-style video art installation that aims to represent and redefine black male identity in America. This project serves as a catalyst for educators to foster rich conversations about power, point of view, community, and communication.Discover strategies and resources for using this powerful artwork in the classroom.
Working in Hollywood in the late 1940s, Man Ray (American, 1890–1976) created the Shakespearean Equations, a series of paintings that he considered to be the peak of his creative vision.Explore interdisciplinary ways to understand Man Ray's artistic process.
Made in the USA tells the story of American art from the late 19th-century to the mid-20th century when American art became a significant global force after World War II. The Phillips Collection has celebrated American arLearn more about three artists from the Made in the USA exhibition: Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper, and Horace Pippin.
Do your students know the truth about how Vincent van Gogh created his famous artworks? Van Gogh Repetitions shows us a new, different van Gogh, proving that he did not work in a mad frenzy to paint his great masterpieces, as movies would have us believe, but instead was deliberate and controlled.Explore some of van Gogh’s most intricate repetitions of subjects and places.