Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí
Learn about Jean-François Millet and the artists he inspired, including Vincent van Gogh, Winslow Homer, and Edgar Degas.
Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
This audio guide highlights eight works of art from 17th-century Dutch painters who excelled in depicting their nation.
Paul Gauguin: The Art of Invention
This audio guide features a general introduction and expert commentary on 13 works of art from the exhibition.
This audio guide features a general introduction and expert commentary on 10 works of art from the exhibition as well as an outdoor sculpture by Whiteread in the Museum’s collection.
Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now
This audio guide features a general introduction and expert commentary on 11 works of art from the exhibition.
Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds
Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds audio guide features a general introduction and expert commentary on 10 works from the exhibition and 3 additional colossal sculptures.
Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade
The audio guide offers expert commentary on nine paintings and five hats, with additional insight on birds and plumage from Michael Macek, curator of birds at the St. Louis Zoo.
Conflicts of Interest: Art and War in Modern Japan
This audio guide features an introduction in both English and Chinese, and expert commentary on eight works of art from the exhibition.
Self-Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum
Created by The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in conjunction with the American Folk Art Museum, this audio guide includes expert commentary on 12 works of art in the exhibition.
The Carpet and the Connoisseur: The James F. Ballard Collection of Oriental Rugs
This audio guide, which features expert commentary on 11 works, describes how this art form evolved and spread beyond the East, and allows you to experience the extraordinary combination of color and texture, form and function, meaning and mystery that captivated Ballard years ago.
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