Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Limestone Eagle Sculpture

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2/15/2018

behind the scenes , conservation , sculpture

This limestone sculpture of an eagle and serpent dates from 50-150 CE and is from the Nabataean Temple Khirbet et-Tannur in Jordan.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Saturation

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2/12/2018

Bernardo Strozzi , David and Goliath , conservation , paintings , paintings conservation

Our masterpiece by Bernardo Strozzi, David with the Head of Goliath, is currently being conserved.

The Business of Love: Early Paper Lace Valentine's

by Molly Donnermeyer

2/7/2018

Valentine's Day , Valentine , paper lace , Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives

These early examples of paper lace valentines date back to the late 19th century.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Fixing the Fray

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2/1/2018

behind the scenes , conservation , prints , printmaking , Blanche Dillaye

Next month a group of etchings by American women printmakers will go on display in G213.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Tapa cloth, also known as tree bark

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1/24/2018

conservation , tapa cloth , behind the scenes

Tapa cloth isn’t technically cloth at all: it’s tree bark!

How Many is Too Many?

by Nathaniel Stein

1/22/2018

curatorial , multiple mediums , photography , Contemporary Art , galleries

Posted by: Nathaniel Stein

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Standing Room Only

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1/11/2018

conservation , behind the scenes , Saint Peter , David and Goliath

Sometimes, the conservation studio becomes a sort of waiting room.

New Year, New Ring?

by Kaitlyn Sharo

1/10/2018

wedding , ceremony , venue , rental space , great hall , Alice Bimel Courtyard

Make your wedding day a work of art at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Herald in the New Year

by Molly Donnermeyer

1/10/2018

Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives , Library , rare books

The books on display in January are The Art of Heraldry: an Encyclopedia of Armory by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, published by Brentano’s in 1904.

Small Improvement for Long-Term Benefits

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1/4/2018

paper conservation , Asian Art , paintings

Posted by: Joanna Kerman

5 holiday happenings at CAM

by Keith Gollar

12/18/2017

Holidays , Gift Shop , Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion , REC the HALLS

Get artistic this holiday season with the Cincinnati Art Museum!

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Zaragoza

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12/14/2017

Zaragoza , Conservation , Sculpture , Polychrome

This week in Objects Conservation: This polychrome sculpture of St. Peter sits at the center of our Lorenzo Zaragoza Retablo.

Spend Thanksgiving Week at CAM

by Joanna Kerman

11/21/2017

Thanksgiving , Black Friday , Art After Dark , Autism Family Exploration , Benesse Lecture

Take a break from the turkey and head to the Cincinnati Art Museum for timeless art, family-friendly programs, holiday shopping and more!

Our 5 Favorite Pieces from Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion

by Keith Gollar, Cynthia Amneus

11/17/2017

Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion , Fashion , Special Exhibitions , Top 5 , Fashion Arts & Textiles

Check out our favorite pieces from this fashionable exhibition!

Get in the Halloween spirit with 5 spooktacular artworks

by Sarah Asebrook, Marketing & Communications Intern

10/31/2017

Halloween , Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion , Ana England: Kinship

The spirit of Halloween comes alive in the hallowed halls of the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Celebrate Art in Bloom with 5 floral works in The Woman's Art Club of Cincinnati

by Sarah Asebrook

10/27/2017

woman's art club , Art in Bloom , flowers

While enjoying Art in Bloom, don't miss The Woman's Art Club special feature in gallery 123.