Tag: Art

Community Gallery
What is the Ringling Community Gallery? The Ringling Community Gallery is a free public exhibition space dedicated to displaying works of art produced by community-based, non-profit, READ MORE
Juana Romani’s Femme au fond rouge
This summer, The Ringling made an important addition to its collection of 19th-century European art with the acquisition of a stunning work by the Italian-born painter Juana Romani (1867-1924). Romani’s Femme au fond rouge (Woman on a Red Background) will be presented at The Ringling for the first time as part of the exhibition A Decade of Collecting, on view in the galleries of the Arthur F. and Ulla R. Searing Wing from October 22, 2022 through January 22, 2023. READ MORE
Guercino and Bisi: Fellow Artists and Friends
Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (1599 - 1666), called Il Guercino in reference to his pronounced squint, was a leading painter of the Baroque period. He painted this magnificent portrait of his fellow artist and friend, the Franciscan friar Bonaventura Bisi (1601 - 1659), in about 1658-59, toward the end of Bisi’s life. READ MORE