Philadelphia: "The American Watercolor at the time of Homer and Sargent"
at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Tracing the development of the watercolor movement adopted by a small group of painters in the 1860s, until modernism, the exhibition investigates the remarkable transformation of this medium. Between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, it focuses on two of the most influential artists in watercolor: Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent. With more than 170 works presented, the exhibition tells the extraordinary history of the medium and replace it in the history of American art.
Until May 14th. www.philamuseum.org