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Matisse, Picasso, and Modern Art in Paris

The T. Catesby Jones Collections at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the University of Virginia Art Museum Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts

A New York lawyer with Virginia roots, T. Catesby Jones acquired an extraordinary collection of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures by some sixty artists working in Paris during the early twentieth century. Jones's collection of almost three hundred works, divided between two Virginia... More

Rule Britannia!

Art, Royalty & Power in the Age of Jamestown Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts. Introductory essay by Richard Ormond. Catalogue entries by James Taylor

The British monarchy’s abiding connection to the sea during the age of exploration was a critical factor in the establishment of Britain’s first colonies in the New World. It is unsurprising, then, that, alongside grand portraiture, a strong tradition of maritime painting was established in the... More

Masterpieces: Food and Art in Virginia

Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts. with an introduction by Felicia Rogan

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