as seen at the art institute of chicago

(above) American Collectors (Fred and Marcia Weisman); by David Hockney; 1968; Acrylic on canvas
(above) 19 Greys Warm Ground, Cool Ground, plus two studies; by Bridget Riley; 1966; Gouache on paper
(above) Excavation; by Willem de Kooning; 1950; oil on canvas
(above) Four Mona Lisas; by Andy Warhol; 1978; acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen
(above) El Greco’s The Assumption of the Virgin; 1577-79; oil on canvas
(above) monet’s arrival of the normandy train, gare saint-lazare; 1877; oil on canvas :: now, i’m a big fan of monet’s haystacks, water lilies, and the london fog series, but for some reason, this painting is one of my favorites…
(above) The Death of the Virgin; 1490; pine with polychromy and gilding; by Hans Klocker; this relief was part of an altarpiece for a parish church; this is one of my favorite pieces in the whole of the art institute, and i make a point to view it nearly every visit…
(above) Monet; Apple Trees in Blossom, 1872; purchased by the Union League Club of Chicago for $500 in 1895, after it was on exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago
(above) Bridget Riley studies; Intake (1964), White Discs (1964), and Hidden Squares (1961)(clockwise from left)
(above) America Windows by Chagall; installed 1977
(above) David Hockney exhibit, “The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020”