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Due to the partial federal government shutdown, the National Gallery of Art and our Sculpture Garden are closed to the public. All of our public programs are canceled until further notice. We will update our operating status as soon as we can, here and on nga.gov. American 20th century, "View of Constitution Avenue Entrance to the National Gallery," pen and brown ink with gray wash

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Rachel Whiteread’s sculptures memorialize everyday objects, domestic interiors, and public spaces. “Rachel Whiteread” is the first comprehensive survey of the British sculptor’s 30-year career, with drawings, photographs, architecture-scaled sculptures, archival materials, and several new works on view for the first time. In this video, curator Molly Donovan (@mollydonovanyoung) discusses the exhibition with the artist. See “Rachel Whiteread” on view in the East Building Concourse galleries. Reminder: the Gallery is open today from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Wishing you a colorful and art-filled 2019. We’re closed today, January 1, but hope to see you another day this new year" - 1947275178964051432
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Wishing you a colorful and art-filled 2019. We’re closed today, January 1, but hope to see you another day this new year! 🎉 Max Ackermann, "A New Year," 1960, color screenprint on paper

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "We're celebrating New Year's Eve with Saul Steinberg's 1953 “Untitled (Cocktail Party).” How will you celebrate—an awkwa" - 1946601256719299267
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We're celebrating New Year's Eve with Saul Steinberg's 1953 “Untitled (Cocktail Party).” How will you celebrate—an awkward party? A dinner out? Or perhaps a night in? The Gallery will be closed tomorrow, January 1, but will reopen to the public on Wednesday, January 2 at 10:00am. We hope to see you in 2019! 🥂✨

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Only a few days left to see “Corot: Women”! Though Camille Corot is best known as the great master of 19th-century lands" - 1945155812747317215
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Only a few days left to see “Corot: Women”! Though Camille Corot is best known as the great master of 19th-century landscape painting, the artist made figure paintings with a sophisticated use of color and a deft, delicate touch. These works were rarely seen outside Corot’s studio during his lifetime. See “Corot: Women” through Monday, December 31 on the Main Floor of the West Building.

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "John Marin drew his imagery directly from nature, but always sought to capture its spirit rather than merely imitate it." - 1944534505915469869
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John Marin drew his imagery directly from nature, but always sought to capture its spirit rather than merely imitate it. Take a look at "Winter Landscape," painted c. 1900. What’s one word you might use to describe this painting?

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That East Building glow ✨ Photo by @jackieoiseau

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The Gallery will remain *open* to the public through Wednesday, January 2. All programs will take place as scheduled. As a reminder, we are always closed on January 1. 🖼 Rick Hall, “At the National Gallery,” lithograph

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "The National Gallery of Art is closed today, December 25. We hope to see you tomorrow. Happy holidays! ❄️ Harold Denison" - 1942199912713459995
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The National Gallery of Art is closed today, December 25. We hope to see you tomorrow. Happy holidays! ❄️ Harold Denison, "Wintry Fields," 1936, etching

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "In 1953, Morris Louis made a now-famous visit to Helen Frankenthaler’s New York studio to see her 1952 painting “Mountai" - 1941584726940124982
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In 1953, Morris Louis made a now-famous visit to Helen Frankenthaler’s New York studio to see her 1952 painting “Mountains and Sea.” Shortly after, Louis developed his signature technique of staining thinned paint into raw canvas and destroyed much of his previous output. Louis's 1948 "Sub-Marine" is a rare link in the story of the artist's journey from figuration to abstraction. With its whiplash lines, washed colors, and biomorphic shapes, Louis’s originality is clear. The yellow forms flow across the canvas in rhythmic waves. What more do you notice? ➰➿➰

 image by National Gallery of Art (@ngadc) with caption : "Imagine you are standing on the bridge depicted here. What would it sound like? ❄️ Charles Bierstadt, "Frozen Falls," c." - 1940828655854127910
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Imagine you are standing on the bridge depicted here. What would it sound like? ❄️ Charles Bierstadt, "Frozen Falls," c. 1880, albumen print

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The Gallery will be OPEN to the public through Monday, December 31. All programs will take place as scheduled. The Gallery's status after January 1, 2019 is yet to be determined. As a reminder, we are always closed on December 25 and January 1. Edgar Degas, “Woman Viewed from Behind (Visit to a Museum),” c. 1879-1885, oil on canvas