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The Saint Louis Art Museum’s “Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt” opens a window to the spirit of 16th century Dutch art in an exhibition, arranged in five general categories: people, trade, religious buildings, story-telling and landscape.
The Saint Louis Art Museum exhibition, “Paul Gauguin: The Art of Invention,” is challenging in showing Gauguin from a unique prospective. A map at the entrance pinpoints the artist’s diverse travels and places of residence, forming a timeline of his convoluted life.
Dateline: July, St. Louis — time to celebrate with the big Fair St. Louis Parade and the little open air sculpture park known simply as Citygarden. It’s just two downtown blocks along Market Street, between 8th and 10th, but it packs a wallop.
A brightly packaged holiday gift atop Art Hill in Forest Park is currently dazzling and exciting eyeballs. As the graphic revolution, begun in the 1960s, holds the brain in a vise of images, the Saint Louis Art Museum splashes before us “Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now.”
Journey to the Bruno David Gallery in Clayton and experience multi-seasonal colors and more, in the watercolors of Ralph Nagel. “Being There” takes your breath away with beauty – and then returns it to you in energy.