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An Analysis of Abraham Walkowitz and Isadora Duncan

An Analysis of Abraham Walkowitz and Isadora Duncan By Hannah Amuka Isadora Duncan Image Credit: Abraham Walkowitz Image credit: At the turn of the twentieth century, the art world was taken over by a rebellious spirit– one that withdrew from traditions and academia and instead prioritized creativity and originality. The modernist art movement …

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Athos Menaboni (1895 – 1990) was born in 1895 in the Italian port city of Livorno. As a result of his ship-supplier father’s bringing home exotic animals from clients around the world, young Athos developed the lifelong fascination with birds and other animals, which later became the subjects of his paintings.

Permanent Collection: Curator Selects…

For our upcoming exhibition of the MCMA Permanent Collection, the Museum’s curator, Madeline Beck, selected her personal favorite and most noteworthy objects from our vault of American artwork. With painting, drawing, and sculpture that encompasses and blends the traditional and historic with the experimental and contemporary, Curator Selects… showcases the Museum’s esteemed and varied permanent collection while also exploring the personal taste and interests of our curator.