Note: the Legion of Honor is opening at 10:30 am on 6/11, due to the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon.
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
How Elizabeth I ruled as a woman and became an icon.
By Isabella Holland
Get a breakdown of the dynasty and the drama.
By Thomas Wu
A history-making artist, the Psyche myth, a Beyoncé video, and more.
By Magnolia Molcan
Take a tour of a new work in our collection.
By Emily Beeny
Exploring a painting’s unanswered questions.
By Georgia Brabec
Vigée Le Brun developed a highly sought-after style of portraiture.
The Paintings Conservation department undertook a three-year treatment of François Boucher’s Vertumnus and Pomona.
By Elise Effmann Clifford, Kathryn Harada, and Sarah Kleiner
Tissot’s most personally meaningful work was as a visionary religious artist.
By Melissa Buron
James Tissot: Fashion + Faith is the first major reassessment of Tissot’s career in over 20 years.
By Anthea Callen
James Tissot grew up in a household attuned to fashion.
By Justine De Young
Rubens’s painting Daniel in the Lions’ Den is a favorite of visitors.
By Alexandra Libby