In this special episode of Accession for Kids, we take a look at a landscape painting of a place that may be familiar, even if it doesn't look the same today.
It's just the story of a young man, barely more than a boy, and a small piece of wood that he may or may not have painted.
We take a look at Gene Davis' Lemon Look, and explore why humans are so fascinated by illusions, and what we have to learn from them.
The famous story of the Messon Frogs, the brother’s who came to be known as the Tuxtla Two, and the act of courage that saved the game.
The simple story of a person falling in love with a painting told over five letters.
This week, we talk about accession number 1952.18 at the Worcester Art Museum.
This week, we talk about Hubert Robert's The Shipwreck, accession number 1927.34 at the Worcester Art Museum.
On this week's episode, I talk about Worcester Art Museum accession number 2014.1151, Carrie Moyer’s Rapa Nui Smashup.
On this week's episode, I talk about Worcester Art Museum accession number 1937.91, Statuette of a Man, a Sumerian sculpture from about 3000-2500 B.C.E. and one of the oldest pieces in the WAM.