Art Institute Links Work of American Artist James McNeil Whistler and His European Contemporaries

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James McNeil Whistler and Theodore Roussel had linked artistic visions. Their decade of professional collaboration gets a fresh perspective in this look at the creative output of the American mentor and his European student.

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A 1970s project to bring public art to Chicago is investigated in this look at enamel painting in Chicago, its influence and legacy.

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Painter Archibald Motley created a revealing body of work that captured Chicago people and nightlife during the Jazz Age. We revisit our story about the Motley exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center.

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The Pop Art paintings of Roy Lichtenstein make a rare appearance at The Art Institute. We get a preview.

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We take a spin through the gallery of American Folk Art at The Art Institute of Chicago.

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The Pop Art paintings of Roy Lichtenstein make a rare appearance at The Art Institute. We get a preview.

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We visit two exhibitions that explore a pair of art movements from the 1960s.

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Marion Perkins. Photo: Mike Shay, courtesy Johnson Publishing Company.

Rare sculptures, lost and found. We hear about Marion Perkins, a talented Chicago artist whose career was cut short.

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Marion Perkins. Photo: Mike Shay, courtesy Johnson Publishing Company.

Rare sculptures, lost and found. We hear about Marion Perkins, a talented Chicago artist whose career was cut short.

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Pommiers en fleurs (Apple Trees in Blossom) 1872, Claude Monet

History and art meet at the Union League Club of Chicago. We tour one of the largest private art collections in the Midwest.