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Exhibition: Beyond the Nile: Egypt and the Classical World
03/27/20187–09/09/2018 (more information)
Unknown, Egyptian, Ptolemaic
Ring with portrait of a Ptolemy wearing the Egyptian double crown, about 186–145 B.C.
Gold.
Object: H: 3.3 x W: 2.4 x D: 2.7 cm
(1 5/16 x 15/16 x 1 1/16 in.)
© RMN-Grand Palais / Art Resource, NY, EX.2018.4.63
Ring with portrait of a Ptolemy wearing the Egyptian double crown, about 186–145 B.C.
Shah Jahan, ca. 1656–61
Exhibition: REMBRANDT AND THE INSPIRATION OF INDIA
03/13/2018–06/24/2018 (more information)
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Dutch, 1606–1669
Shah Jahan, ca. 1656–61
Dark brown ink and dark brown wash with scratching out on Asian paper toned with light brown wash
22.5 × 17.1 cm (8 7/8 × 6 3/4 in.)
Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund, 1978.38. Image © The Cleveland Museum of Art EX.2018.3.41
Exhibition: Paper Promises: Early American Photography
02/27/2018 - 05/27/2018 (more information)
Unknown, American
Locomotive on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, near Oakland, Maryland, about 1860
Salted paper print
Image: 16.2 x 16 cm
(6 3/8 x 6 5/16 in.)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, through Joyce and Robert Menschel, 1991 (1991.1151)
Locomotive on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, near Oakland, Maryland, about 1860
Partition 31, 2015
Exhibition: Cut! Paper Play in Contemporary Photography
02/27/2018 – 05/27/2018 (more information)
Christiane Feser
(German, born 1977)
Partition 31, 2015
German Pigment prints, cut, folded, and layered.
Framed: 140.3 × 100.3 cm
(55 1/4 × 39 1/2 in.)
Accession No. EX.2018.5.6
© Christiane Feser Trish and Jan de Bont
Exhibition: Harald Szeemann: Museum of Obsessions
02/06/2018 – 05/06/2018 (more information)
Emma Kunz
Harald Szeemann lecturing in front of Werk Nr. 003 (undated) , n.d.
The Getty Research Institute, 2011.M.30. Artwork courtesy Emma Kunz Zentrum.
© Anton C. Meier
Harald Szeemann lecturing in front of Werk Nr. 003 (undated) , n.d.
Scenes from the Martyrdom of Robert of Bury, about 1480 - 1490
Exhibition: OUTCASTS: PREJUDICE & PERSECUTION IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD
01/3/20180–04/18/2018 (more information)
Unknown, English
Scenes from the Martyrdom of Robert of Bury, about 1480 - 1490
Tempera colors and gold leaf on parchment. Dimensions: Leaf: 11.9 × 17 cm
(4 11/16 × 6 11/16 in.)
Accession No. 2008.3.44, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. 101, fol. 44
Exhibition: A Queen’s Treasure from Versailles: Marie-Antoinette’s Japanese Lacquer
Through 01/06/2019 (more information)
Footed Fan-shaped Box (detail), Japanese, Edo period, late 17th–18th century
H: 8.5 x W: 25.5 x D: 17.8 cm.
Musée national des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon. Photo © RMN–Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY
Footed Fan-shaped Box (detail), Japanese, Edo period, late 17th–18th century
Portrait of Gabriel Bernard de Rieux, 1739 - 1741
Exhibition: PASTELS IN PIECES
01/16/2018–07/29/2018 (more information)
Maurice-Quentin de La Tour
(French, 1704 - 1788)
Portrait of Gabriel Bernard de Rieux, 1739 - 1741
Pastel and gouache
Dimensions:
200.7 × 149.9 cm (79 × 59 in.)
Framed (Display):
317.5 × 223.5 × 38.1 cm
(125 × 88 × 15 in.)
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Exhibition: Michelangelo to Degas: Major New Acquisitions
01/17/2018–04/22/2018 (more information)
Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917)
After the Bath, ca.1886
Pastel on paper, laid down on board
72 x 58 cm
After the Bath, ca.1886
Rococo Paneled Room, J. Paul Getty Museum, 1997
Exhibition: Robert Polidori: 20 Photographs of the Getty Museum, 1997
12/12/2017–05/06/2018 (more information)
Robert Polidori (Canadian / French / American, born 1951)
Rococo Paneled Room, J. Paul Getty Museum, 1997
Chromogenic print
Image: 54.6 × 41.6 cm (21 1/2 × 16 3/8 in.)
Sheet: 60.3 × 47.6 cm (23 3/4 × 18 3/4 in.)
EX.2017.11.18 © Robert Polidori. Courtesy of the artist in conjunction with The Lapis Press

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Exhibitions:

Beyond the Nile: Egypt and the Classical World
March 27–September 9, 2018
(more information)

REMBRANDT AND THE INSPIRATION OF INDIA
March 13–June 24, 2018
(more information)

Paper Promises: Early American Photography
February 27 - May 27, 2018
(more information)

Cut! Paper Play in Contemporary Photography
February 27–May 27, 2018
(more information)

Harald Szeemann: Museum of Obsessions
February 6 – May 6, 2018
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OUTCASTS: PREJUDICE & PERSECUTION IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD
January 30–April 18, 2018
(more information)

A Queen’s Treasure from Versailles: Marie-Antoinette’s Japanese Lacquer
Through January 6, 2019
(more information)

PASTELS IN PIECES
January 16–July 29, 2018
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Michelangelo to Degas: Major New Acquisitions
January 17–April 22, 2018
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Robert Polidori: 20 Photographs of the Getty Museum, 1997
December 12, 2017–May 6, 2018
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