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Circa: The NCMA Blog

Introduction to Golden Mummies of Egypt
The NCMA's first exhibition featuring mummies takes visitors on a fascinating tour of a little-known era in ancient Egypt, a time when multiculturalism reigned. Curator Caroline Rocheleau explains.
Nature’s Art in the Museum Park
Our observant ranger keeps an eye on what the wildlife is up to in the Museum Park.
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The Dentist’s Art

Two teens creatively update the horrors of 17th-century tooth extraction depicted in Molenaer’s The Dentist.

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Steinhardt Collection of Judaica

The NCMA enteres the fray of the largest auction of Jewish ceremonial art in decades, winnning three lots against strong international competition…

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A Scott Family Who’s Who

The art of early modern England has elicited a labyrinth of wishful attributions and false identities: enter the NCMA’s Scott-Jacobean project…

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Arts and Exhibitions

Watering the Horses

What artist in his right mind would pose them with their backs turned to us?

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Hearst’s Other Castle

“This is what God would have built if he had the money.”

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Harpo Marx’s Benton

A painter himself, the comedian was also a collector.

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Saint-Gaudens Bronze Reinstalled

The Robert Louis Stevenson portrait is regarded as one of the sculptor’s great triumphs.

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Under the Iceberg: Planning a Student Exhibition

“The submerged bit of the museum is much more of an iceberg than [a] picture gallery.”—Neil MacGregor, Director, British Museum..

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New Acquisition by Kehinde Wiley

Judith and Holofernes is from Wiley’s most recent body of work and his first series of paintings to feature female subjects.

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