Note: the de Young is open on Memorial Day, 5/29.
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Rubens’s interest in dark subject matter is evident in his riveting Head of Medusa.
By Corrinne Chong with Petr Tomášek
In this edition of Transits, a series that looks at the movement of art in the Museums’ galleries, we’re highlighting three paintings by Peter Paul Rubens.
Bay Area artists on their most memorable rejections and the paths that unfolded after their early setbacks.
While he’s regarded as one of the most revolutionary painters in history, Claude Monet was rejected often throughout his youth.