Master Art featured three paintings and one sculpture from Monet to Dalí: Modern Masters from the Cleveland Museum of Art. In this exhibition, visitors were invited to engage deeply and directly with the work of four masters: Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Auguste Rodin, and Pablo Picasso, and explore what made these artists so innovative.
Each served as agents of change: Monet with his distinct brushstrokes; Van Gogh with his powerfully expressive use of color; Rodin with his incredible realism and the play of light across a three-dimensional surface; and Picasso with his fragmentation of form. Through a close examination of these four artworks, visitors gained insight into the visual world and objectives of the artists.
Location: Education Gallery on the Main Level