Jane Williams, Director of Conservation, traveled to Margate, England to the Turner Contemporary and discovered the aurora borealis along the way.
The Reva and David Logan Collection at the Legion of Honor holds more than 400 books.
In this episode, in-house experts talk about the special relationship between a painting and its frame.
We host an active schedule of scholarly discussions. Explore previous events here.
“Les Sauvages de la Mer Pacifique (Native Peoples of the Pacific Ocean)” is believed to be one of the first panoramic wallpapers ever created—it inspired artist Lisa Reihana.
This masterpiece offers an instructive lens into the Pre-Raphaelites’ materials and techniques as well as those of the earlier artists who inspired them.
Buron discusses her visits to libraries and archives for research, and finding inspiration along the way.
In light of the recent mandate from the City and County of San Francisco, the de Young and Legion of Honor will temporarily close to visitors starting November 29.
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