PhxArt Virtual Visit: Love is Love

Enjoy these highlights from Phoenix Art Museum’s collection that explore all aspects of love

Throughout the centuries, artists of all walks of life have gained inspiration from love in all of its many forms, from the impassioned and new to the constant and familiar. Enjoy these highlights from Phoenix Art Museum‘s collection that explore all aspects of love.

Le Baiser (The Kiss), 2nd Reduction (conceived 1886, cast 1904-1918) by Auguste Rodin

Two Nudes, Bamboo and Linoleum (1984) by Philip Pearlstein

U.S. Army Sweetheart Chain Pin (1940s)

Marechal Floriano Peixoto (From The World Stage: Brazil Series) (2009) by Kehinde Wiley

Krishna and Radha under Umbrella (19th century), India

Juchitecas (1974) by Francisco Zúñiga

Love’s Sacrifice (18th-19th century)

Holy Family with the Infant St. John the Baptist (1730-1740) by Balthasar Beschey

Molly Brown (1964) by Philip C. Curtis

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