This weekend, three new exhibitions opened at the Clark’s Stone Hill Center: Face Time, which focuses on portraiture in paintings and sculpture, the nature-focused Land, Sea, and Sky, and Sacred and Profane, which spotlights religious and mythological art from the Renaissance and beyond. Over the next months, we’ll share different works from the three shows. Since yesterday was the first day of autumn, we’ve chosen to spotlight Autumn by Francisco de Goya.
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes
Oil on canvas
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
On view at Stone Hill Center as part of Face Time: Portraits and Figures in Paintings and Sculpture at the Clark.