Monthly Archives: September 2016

Hans Memling: Portraiture, Piety, and a Reunited Altarpiece

September 2, 2016 through January 8, 2017 Completed around 1470 in Bruges, Hans Memling’s Triptych of Jan Crabbe was dismembered in the 18th century and has never before been reconstructed for an American audience. Two panels from the altarpiece are among the finest paintings owned by the Morgan Library & Museum, where they have long been…

Faith and Photography: Auguste Salzmann in the Holy Land

At The Met Fifth Avenue SEPTEMBER 12, 2016–FEBRUARY 5, 2017 This exhibition is the first devoted exclusively to the career of Auguste Salzmann (1824–1872), the French academic painter, archaeologist, and photographer who, in 1853, embarked on the arduous journey from Paris to Jerusalem. Hoping to verify religious faith through the objective documentation of the city’s…

Making Good[s]

Making Good[s] As those who bear the image of God, we possess powerful agency in the world–the ability to invent, create, and make. It is well-known that artists routinely call on these skills and abilities, but so also do inventors, businesspeople, and entrepreneurs. True work invites us into relationship with God, creation, and each other….

GOD IN THE GARDEN/ THE IMPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS OF HENRIETTA MILAN

June 16th-September 23rd This summer, distinguished DFW artist, Henrietta Milan, brings her stunning impressionist paintings to the Museum of Biblical Art. Over 40 oil paintings of lively florals, sweeping landscapes, and colorful pastoral scenes will grace the galleries in a fitting nod to warm weather and sunshine.The exhibition, titled God in the Garden, opens June…