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Pictured here: Hendrik Hondius, "A Dog Fighting a Cat," 1610.
Rembrandt van Rijn was born #OnThisDay in 1606. A master and innovator in both painting and etching, his work covers a wide variety of subject matter, from his famous portraits and self-portraits, to landscapes, allegorical and historical works, and animal studies.
Pictured here: "Self-Portrait with Saskia," 1636.
Looking for a paw-sitively perfect way to spend your Sunday? May we suggest an art adventure with a furry friend? 🐾
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Here’s to our feline friends who love to explore this #NationalKittenDay! 🐈 Collection highlight pictured here: “Cat with Tomato Plant,” Takahashi Hiroaki, Japan, 1931.
The carved figure of a boy attendant was a common sight in Buddhist temples of the Joseon dynasty in Korea. Although typically created for a religious setting, this boy also embodies folk arts traditions of Korea. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
See “Wooden Boy Attendant,” 18th century in the Hammer Building, floor 2.