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Category Archives: Behind the Scenes
In the last two posts we’ve looked at the earliest known and most recent provenance of our painting The Marriage Trap. We also know that in 1947 the painting was processed at the Munich Central Collecting Point, or MCCP. This … Continue reading
This post is part of a series that that will highlight some of the interesting provenance cases in the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Collection. Last time we looked at The Marriage Trap’s provenance and attribution just before and since its acquisition … Continue reading
Jan Victors (Dutch, 1619–after 1676) was probably a student of the famous Dutch Golden Age artist Rembrandt (Dutch, 1606–1669). Just like his contemporaries, Victors created works with various popular subjects, including religious scenes, portraits, and genre paintings. The Milwaukee Art … Continue reading
Was it not just yesterday that I was only applying for the internship that is soon ending? I recall the nervous feelings that came with awaiting an email from the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) and the pure joy of actually … Continue reading
Reflecting back on my time at the Milwaukee Art Museum interning with the Satellite High School Program brings many valuable memories and thoughts to the surface. I’ve been privileged to have had the opportunity to work with dozens of bright, … Continue reading