Search Results matching "Bronze, glass"

Radar Astronomy

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A wooden box with glass window contains a chrome, rounded bar, which is attached horizantally at either end. It bears two metal rings. A wine glass holding a glass marble ist below, and a wooden ball is poised above, on… read more

Twelve-light Lily Table Lamp

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Bronze: cast, chased, and parcel gilt; glass: Favrile type, transparent green glass, mold-blown and iridized. The patinated gilt finish of the lamp was the top-of-the line Tiffany Studios finish. One of the iconic images of the Art Nouveau style, the… read more

Glass

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A magnificent and comprehensive collection of glass objects is the single greatest strength of the New Orleans Museum of Art’s Decorative Arts Department. The glass collection is ranked among the top five in the United States and covers the history… read more

Mask of a Faun

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Flat manipulated oval bronze suggestive of horned head. Facial features impressed in surfaces. read more

The Age of Bronze

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Standing male figure, nude, with engaged left leg and right leg bent at knee with right foot slightly behind left. Head upturned and to the right. Right arm raised over head with hand touching top of head. Left arm bent… read more

Ewer

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Ewer of a waisted form, with a flared rim with two heavy applied threads below the rim. It has a loop handle with a pointed lower terminal and a lower pad connection to body. It has a trumpet foot with… read more

Libations Vase

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colorless, translucent amethyst, Etruscan red, and shaded cinnamon, and opaque russet and black lead glass; pate-de-verre: molded and cut Of balustre form, with a ground in translucent colorless and mottled amethyst. The mid-body encircled by a broad black-enframed frieze of… read more

Artist Dario Robleto Part 1: Keith Moon Drumstick

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Video by: Dough MacCash of the Times Picayune Watch as Texas-based conceptual artist Dario Robleto describes a fragile drumstick he custom-made from the brittle glass called trinitite produced by atomic bomb tests in the desert. Robleto dedicates the artwork to… read more

MASS PRODUCED

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MASS PRODUCED as been extended! This exhibition aims to examine the impact of industrial techniques on mass-produced objects for the home. The nineteenth century saw an explosion in the quantity and types of merchandise available for purchase, largely due to… read more

Decorative Art

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The Decorative Arts Department of the New Orleans Museum of Art is the largest division of the permanent collection, with more than 15,000 works of art. The collection ranges from antiquity to the present and from a myriad of cultures… read more

India

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The arts of India represent NOMA’s newest area of collecting. The Museum houses a significant and growing collection of the tribal and village arts of India, particularly those from the Khond tribes and arts from the Karnataka region. The tradition… read more

LOVE in the Garden presented by Regions Bank

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LOVE IN THE GARDEN Friday, September 26, 2014 7pm Patron Party | 8pm Garden Party | 9pm Late Night Party Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden SPONSORSHIP LEVELS AND BENEFITS Purchase sponsorship packages at the right GOLD SPONSORSHIP Art Angels… read more

Gentlemen Callers: Paul Cadmus and George Dureau

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“It’s almost time for our gentlemen callers to start arriving. How many do you suppose we’re going to entertain this afternoon?” -Amanda Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie TENNESSEE WILLIAMS World famous as an authority on Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner,… read more

Welcome

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Welcome to the New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), New Orleans’ oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911 with only 9 works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of… read more

Archangel Michael Triumphant

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A winged Michael is poised with a sword of flame in his upraised hand, readied for a mortal blow as he treads on the dragon Satan. His armor is a blend of different epochs. Wearing leather greaves as Greek warriors… read more

NOMA Business Council

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NOMA Business Council Membership A strong museum and visual arts culture helps promote and stimulate a vibrant city, an ideal place to build a business and professionally engage with a community. As NOMA transitions with new programming, new community collaborations,… read more

Circle Dance: The Art of John T. Scott

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From his early figurative work in welded steel, cast bronze, and intaglio printmaking, to his more recent forays into site-specific, public art and mammoth works on paper, Scott incorporates into each project a set of genetic-like markers that, accumulatively and… read more

Overview

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A World Class Collection in the South The New Orleans Museum of Art, the city’s oldest fine arts institution, has a magnificent permanent collection of almost 40,000 art objects. The collection, noted for its extraordinary strengths in French and American… read more

Käthe Kollwitz: Graphics from the Jean Stein Collection

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From November 15, 2009, to March 14, 2010, the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) presented a new exhibition of prints and drawings by one of Germany’s greatest 20th century artists, Käthe Kollwitz: Graphics from the Jean Stein Collection. Organized… read more

Portrait of Faith: John Paul II in Life and Art

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The Archdiocese of New Orleans and the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, TX have collaborated to present an exhibition at NOMA entitled Portrait of Faith: John Paul II in Life and Art. Marking twenty-five years since Pope John Paul… read more

History

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History of the New Orleans Museum of Art The institution now known as the New Orleans Museum of art began in 1910 when local businessman Isaac Delgado offered $150,000 to the City Park Commission for the purpose of creating a… read more

Planned Giving

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The Isaac Delgado Society For those who have made a bequest or planned gift to the New Orleans Museum of Art Philanthropist Isaac Delgado realized that a city of New Orleans’ size and cultural and commercial importance required a fine… read more