The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC was founded as a gift to the people of the United States by Andrew W. Mellon, a financier and art collector who served as secretary of the treasury under four presidents from 1921 to 1932. With a collection of more than 150,000 paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photographs, prints, and drawings, the gallery serves as a center of visual art, education, and culture.
The gallery provides high-quality TV programming exploring artists and their works from the Renaissance period to modern times.
High school and above. Each show is approximately 30 minutes long.
Arcimboldo: Nature and Fantasy
Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes
El Greco: An Artist’s Odyssey
Gauguin: Maker of Myth
Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery
Stuart Davis: In Full Swing
Tintoretto: Artist of Renaissance Venice
Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence
John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art 2020 - A Tribute to David C. Driskell (1 hr. total)
Part 1: Joy Cometh in the Morning
Part 2: Studio Visit with Curlee Raven Holton
Part 3: Torchbearer of a Legacy
Part 4: The Cultural Cartographer: The Invaluable Art Roadmaps of David C. Driskell
Artists at Work (20 minutes total)
Teresita Fernández's Stacked Landscapes
María Magdalena Campos-Pons’s "When We Gather"
Mario García Torres’s "Today (News from Kabul)"