Edgar Degas was born in Paris in 1834 to a wealthy banking family.
Camille Pissarro was born in St. Thomas (then part of the Danish West Indies) and lived there most of his young adult life, except when he attended school in Paris from 1842 to 1847.
Vincent van Gogh was born in the Netherlands in 1853 and lived there during his formational years as an artist.
Claude Monet moved to Paris in 1862 and worked in and around the city for the beginning of his career, briefly moving to his family home in Normandy in 1867 due to poverty. In 1870 he moved to London to escape the Franco-Prussian War.
Santé (cheers) to an evening of art, wine, and fine dining!
The DAM is publishing a blog series that will highlight some of the artists whose work is on view in Passport to Paris.
Paul Cézanne worked primarily in Aix-en-Provence, in the South of France. He became a painter only after much disagreement with his father, who encouraged him to study law and banking.
Introducing the DAM's Tumblr page to inspire creative types.
Untitled #62 (Shady) on October 25 is the final final Friday of the season, which means it’s also the season finale of Buntport Theater’s Joan and Charlie Discuss Tonight’s Theme.
At Untitled #61 (Harvest) on September 27, help us harvest a crochet coral reef and crocheted flowers and critters from the Ladies Fancywork Society’s Garden of the DAM(ed), as well as live plants from the Dye Garden.
We are honored to be included on USA Today’s list of museums that are great for families
As you may have heard, the Denver Art Museum is gearing up to present Passport to Paris, a group of three exhibitions focusing on French art opening this fall.
The DAM is hosting an exhibition of industrial designer Terence Conran’s dinnerware from the 1950s in Terence Conran for Midwinter.