“Henry Ossawa Tanner: Modern Spirit” is a beautiful show about the terrific and under-appreciated turn of the 20th Century painter. It is currently on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum, where it will be on display until September 9, 2012.
Unfortunately, the museum does not have much in the the way of online resources related to the exhibit, but the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, which organized the show, still does — including a slideshow of images (click on images for full screen option).
For more, including a review of the show when it was here in Philadelphia at the Academy and links to other resources, see my post from March on Henry Ossawa Tanner.
After the exhibition’s run in Cincinnati, it moves to the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, where it will be on display from from October 21, 2012 to January 13, 2013.
Henry Ossawa Tanner: Modern Spirit at PAFA, with slideshow of images
My previous post on Henry Ossawa Tanner, with links to additional resources
3 Replies to ““Henry Ossawa Tanner: Modern Spirit” at the Cincinnati Art Museum”
The picture of Daniel and the Lions Den is the most beautiful picture I have seen, thank you for renewing my spirit.
I have seen some billboards about this show around town and am really looking forward to checking it out.
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