| summer 2000
Art Exhibitions - Archives
This list is an archive of exhibitions featured at Loggia in the past. Please be aware that some of the links to these exhibits may no longer function if the museum site has removed the page from their directory.
Exhibitions - Summer 2000
The Impressionists at Argenteuil
| selected works of the Impressionists are in the spotlight of this exhibition at National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. - in particular, paintings inspired by the town of Argenteuil. Emphasis is on the paintings of Claude Monet, Gustave Caillebotte, Edouard Manet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Alfred Sisley. This exhibit continues until August 20, 2000.
Encounters: New Art from Old
| The National Gallery, London presents an intriguing look at how the art of the past has influenced the art of the present. It is described as: "...an exhibition of new work by 24 major living artists (painters, sculptors, photographers, video and installation artists) made in response to paintings in the National Gallery, and shows how some of the greatest artistic personalities of the late 20th century continue to engage with the work of their predecessors." This exhibition is currently underway, and ends September 17, 2000.
John Singer Sargent Beyond the Portrait Studio
| this exhibition currently taking place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art features paintings, drawings, and watercolors by John Singer Sargent. It is being held in honor of the 75 year anniversary of the artist's death, and the focus is on the splendid works that Sargent created on his expeditions to exotic and beautiful locations. The exhibit is on display until September 24, 2000.
In the Holland Garden: 17th and 18th-Century Dutch Works on Paper
| a celebration of Dutch art and artists, this exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston invites us to enjoy watercolors, drawings, prints and illustrated books from Holland's "Golden" and "Silver" ages. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Esaias van de Velde, Jacques de Gheyn, and Hercules Seghers. This exhibition is going on now through October 29, 2000.
The J. Paul Getty Museum and Its Collections
The painting, sculpture, decorative arts, photography, illuminated manuscripts, drawings, and antiquities collections at the Getty are displayed in gorgeous, color images in this book. It is, in a word, breathtaking!