Tag Archives: Judith Mann

Alessandro Allori and Portrait of a Lady: What lies beneath?

The information on a label accompanying a work of art in the galleries conveys compelling information about the work and the artist. But sometimes there is a background story just as fascinating.  Such was the case with Portrait of a Lady, a painting from about 1580 that recently was installed in Gallery 236, affording visitors… Read More »

Eve and her Nemesis: Powerful Women Enshrined on Paper

The Saint Louis Art Museum holds a large and varied collection of prints, ranging from silvery late medieval woodcuts, through instantly recognizable Andy Warhol screen prints, to contemporary American impressions created in St Louis. The promised gift of the Phoebe Dent Weil and Mark S. Weil Collection, a collection of Renaissance and Baroque masterworks now… Read More »

Curator Judith Mann awarded fellowship at American Academy in Rome

The Association of Art Museum Curators and the American Academy in Rome announced this week that it will award the Samuel H. Kress Foundation AAMC Affiliated Fellowship to Judith W. Mann, the Museum’s curator of European art to 1800. The fellowship is intended to honor exceptional curatorial vision by providing essential funding for curators to… Read More »

For city’s 250th birthday, SLAM gives St. Louis a free exhibition on the city’s namesake

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of St. Louis, the Art Museum this month will present Louis IX: King, Saint, Namesake, an exhibition highlighting both exceptional art from the reign of Louis IX and later works inspired by the 13th-century monarch. The free exhibition opens Friday, August 29 and runs through November 2.… Read More »