What work of art screams ‘America’ to you? This is a reflection on works of art that make you think about national identity.Read More
All Posts by Amy Hood
I'm a senior communications specialist at the Getty, working with the Getty Research Institute and the Getty Museum. I'm hopelessly addicted to internet news sites, especially anything to do with art, architecture, and Southern California's cultural scene. I studied art history & critical theory at UCLA and am pretty much only interested football when we're playing the Trojans.
These amazingly detailed prints depict the successful military campaign of the Qianlong Emperor against Nepalese warriors.Read More
The three Ensor prints were made in the 1890s, at the peak of his creative powers.Read More
The Getty Museum’s most recent painting acquisition, Jean-Antoine Watteau’s The Italian Comedians, is now on view at the Getty Center. It’s installed in Gallery... Read More
At 8:15 Sunday morning I found myself scurrying through a parking lot in Culver City to get on an old-fashioned-looking red and white bus.... Read More
In the ocean, a crosscurrent runs across the main flow, stirring things up. Similarly, you can see different artistic movements, crossing each other from... Read More