Taft Museum of Art celebrates 200th anniversary of its home with two exhibitions

The Taft Museum of Art is celebrating the bicentennial of its historic downtown home with two self-organized exhibitions.

“A Splendid Century: Cincinnati Art 1820-1920” opens in the Taft’s Fifth Third Gallery to the public Oct. 3. The exhibition will feature Cincinnati art and artists spanning the first 100 years of the house’s existence, including rarely seen works from local private collections and museums from around the region. The wide-ranging exhibition will include paintings and sculptures by artists including Hiram Powers, Robert S. Duncanson, Elizabeth Nourse, Frank Duveneck, Henry Farny, Dixie Selden and others, as well as ceramics from Rookwood Pottery.

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