The Knohl Collection is vast in its geographical reach and chronological arc, and the potential for traveling exhibitions is endless. The Curator of The Knohl Collection is available to develop, design, and curate an exhibition that fits the needs of your museum and the interests of your audience – from the highly educated to families looking for entertainment to school groups interested in education. The thematic exhibitions curated from The Knohl Collection include biographies, informative essays, commentary on individual works, and a variety of educational lectures. They offer viewers the chance to expand their knowledge of art history, the history of the world, artistic movements, and to deepen their awareness of and appreciation for artists, traditions and cultures from around the world.
Revolution to Romanticism
Featuring 27 exceptional paintings, REVOLUTION TO ROMANTICISM reveals how the profound social, political, and economic upheavals in revolutionary Europe affected the lives and canvases of 19th century artists. learn more
The Queens Gallery
The exhibition showcases over sixty-five outstanding paintings created by some of the greatest names in 19th century art, many exhibited at the Royal Academy in London. THE QUEEN’S GALLERY is a wonderful exploration of how artists responded to industrialized capitalism and imperial expansion. learn more
Treasures from French The Empire
A highlight of “The Knohl Collection: Treasures From the First and Second French Empire” was Paul Delaroche’s painting Napoleon Crossing the Alps (1848), a realistic image of Bonaparte’s journey through the Great Saint-Bernard Pass. learn more