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Pick up a sketchbook 📒 and pencil ✏️ at any of our Information Desks this month. Tag your " - 1894423626868098026
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Saturdays are for sketching! Pick up a sketchbook 📒 and pencil ✏️ at any of our Information Desks this month. Tag your Gallery drawings with . 📝: @pagesbyjo

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Chiaroscuro woodcuts, like “Nude Man Seen from Behind (Narcissus),” flourished in 16th-century Italy. These color prints" - 1893714555810712327
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Chiaroscuro woodcuts, like “Nude Man Seen from Behind (Narcissus),” flourished in 16th-century Italy. These color prints, made from the successive printing of multiple blocks, remain misunderstood. 🔍 Exactly how were chiaroscuros created, in what sequence were they printed, and why? 🔍 The exhibition “The Chiaroscuro Woodcut in Renaissance Italy” presents new art historical and technical research carried out over the last decade. See over 100 chiaroscuro woodcuts on the Ground Floor of the West Building through January 20, 2019. 🔍

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Autumn days on the Roof Terrace, featuring @theteenytinytraveller and Katharina Fritsch’s “Hahn/Cock” (2013). 🔵 #myngadc" - 1893033791565748089
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Autumn days on the Roof Terrace, featuring @theteenytinytraveller and Katharina Fritsch’s “Hahn/Cock” (2013). 🔵

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "American artist Childe Hassam was born on this day in 1859. Known for painting landscapes, Childe Hassam turned to paint" - 1892264654350383784
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American artist Childe Hassam was born on this day in 1859. Known for painting landscapes, Childe Hassam turned to painting female nudes after 1900. “Nude Seated” (1912) shows an artist's model, with her back to us, simply posed to display to the best advantage the effects of light filtering across her skin and hair.

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "People are conspicuously absent in this farm scene by Grant Wood, titled “Haying” (1939). But the water jug placed at th" - 1891595803539537535
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People are conspicuously absent in this farm scene by Grant Wood, titled “Haying” (1939). But the water jug placed at the bottom of the painting beckons you, the viewer, into the maze of hay. Which way would you turn? 🌾

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "This weekend, we collaborated with @smithsonian on “Morning at the Museum,” a before-hours program where families are in" - 1890931736340579990
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This weekend, we collaborated with @smithsonian on “Morning at the Museum,” a before-hours program where families are invited to experience the museum in a sensory-friendly way. Participants left hearts near their favorite works of art, like this one by Roger de la Fresnaye’s 1913 “The Watering Can (Emblems: The Garden).”

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Sunday with Dubuffet’s “Site à l'homme assis” (1969-1984, polyester resin). ⚫️➰⚫️ Photo of @levi_higgs by @markatthemuse" - 1890161182599562949
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Sunday with Dubuffet’s “Site à l'homme assis” (1969-1984, polyester resin). ⚫️➰⚫️ Photo of @levi_higgs by @markatthemuseum

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Support the collection you love by becoming a National Member today. Your membership supports our work from education to conservation—learn more via our website: give.nga.gov

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "I.M. Pei’s landmark East Building opened in 1978. Time for a 40th birthday party! (Disco-themed, of course.) 💃🕺 Tonight " - 1887859812144116408
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I.M. Pei’s landmark East Building opened in 1978. Time for a 40th birthday party! (Disco-themed, of course.) 💃🕺 Tonight from 6-9, boogie to the beat with local DJ Kelton Higgins, enjoy pop-up talks featuring works of art from the 1970s, and construct the museum of the future using blocks and magnetic tiles. Tap the link in our profile to learn more and register!

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Wandering through “Rachel Whiteread,” the first comprehensive survey of the British sculptor’s work. 📸: @margaretbakke #" - 1886520116633790786
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Wandering through “Rachel Whiteread,” the first comprehensive survey of the British sculptor’s work. 📸: @margaretbakke

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "“Nuestra Señora de Las Iguanas” (1979, Corcoran Collection) was taken by Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide while sh" - 1885654875574243075
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“Nuestra Señora de Las Iguanas” (1979, Corcoran Collection) was taken by Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide while she spent time in the town of Juchitán, Mexico. This striking photo depicts Zobeida, one of the women of Juchitán. Zobeida confidently wears a crown of iguanas on her head in the marketplace, where she sold the lizards. The artist made a series depicting the Zapotec women who are indigenous to the Oaxaca region. 🦎 This photograph is frequently reproduced in Juchitán, serving as a visual signifier of the dominant role that women hold in the society. Iturbide’s work focuses on Mexico, its people, and the interplay between indigenous communities—who maintain distinct traditions—and the Hispanic communities whose traditions are more prominently recognized and celebrated. 🦎

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Garden court Saturdays 🌿🌱 Photo by @therealslimschafey #myngadc #nationalgalleryofart" - 1884192568277069913
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Garden court Saturdays 🌿🌱 Photo by @therealslimschafey