Father's Day Gift Ideas at the CMA
Father's Day is just around the corner, and the Cleveland Museum of Art has a variety of creative gift ideas you can share with dad! The Cleveland Museum of Art boasts a variety of one of a kind gifts for mom, included home goods, jewelry, apparel, and more below! Featuring hundreds of products at every price point, many from Cleveland area artists, there is something for everyone. And don't forget, museum members always receive a 15% off discount in the store! If the gift of an experience is more what you're after, the Cleveland Museum of Art and Provenance are open from 10 to 5 p.m. on Father's Day!
Garden City, NY
The Savora collection expresses bold, high-function design and invokes the artistry used to design it. Each tool was created around the principle of combining superlative function with graceful design.
Goldens Bridge, NY
These wallets are known for their ultra thin and contemporary profile. They are composed of a specialized industrial stainless steel fabric. Among the benefits of these wallets is their ability to prevent credit card fraud by blocking non-deliberate communication by RFID enabled smart card sand passports.
San Francisco, CA
A fashion-forward affordable selection of watches using a Japanese quartz Miyota movement that is reliable and accurate.
Ties inspired by the CMA Collection
Transenna Post, 700s-800s Lombardic, Italy, Rome, Migration period, 8th-9th Century Marble, Overall - h:109.25 w:24.80 cm General Income Fund, 1920.285
In Christian architecture a transenna is an openwork screen of stone or metal enclosing a shrine. These transenna elements were found in Rome; the posts were said to have been excavated on the Coelian Hill and may have originally formed part of the transenna of the Church of San Saba. The Lombards were an ancient Germanic-speaking tribe that settled in Italy after 568. Their artistic tradition was originally centered on small objects of personal adornment like buckles and brooches. After occupying Italy, the Lombards found themselves in contact with large-scale sculpture of classical and early Christian origin that, by the end of the 700s, they had learned to adopt and imitate, as seen in this work
Wardrobe (Kast), c. 1625-1650 Holland, 17th century Oak with ebony and rosewood veneers, Overall - h:244.50 w:224.30 d:85.20 cm Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund, 1982.57
After the founding of the Dutch East India Company in 1602, the use of exotic, imported wood veneers in furniture became more prevalent. So too did the use of perspective and mathematical systems in laying out the veneers. The combination produced a style of decoration that spread across Europe and even to the young colonies in America.
Yoga: The Art of Transformation
Debra Diamond with various contributors
Many today practice yoga for spiritual insight and better health, but few know of yoga’s extraordinary visual history. Yoga: The Art of Transformation, the first publication of its kind, invites readers to explore 2,000 years of yoga’s visual record, from depictions of beneficent deities and Tantric yogini goddesses to militant ascetics and romantic heroes. Beautiful works of art, from temple sculptures to illustrated treatise, depict aspects of a practice that has transformed over time and across cultures. Catalog to the exhibition Yoga: The Art of Transformation (June 22, 2014 to September 7, 2014).
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