The Golden Age of Cleveland Art now on view!

Still more congratulations to Prof. Henry Adams on The Golden Age of Cleveland Art, 1900-1945, now on view at the Western Reserve Historical Society and accompanied by a splendid catalogue! In the period between 1900 and 1945, Cleveland was a powerhouse of painting, sculpture, ceramics, poster design, fashion design, and industrial design; established a major art school and art museum; held an annual May Show of regional art; held a free-spirited annual arts festival, the Kokoon Club ball; and was the home base of Henry Luce’s publishing empire, and the home of Fortune, Life, and Time Magazine. Listen to Prof. Adams’s discussion of the exhibition on Ideastream and read his essay on the exhibition in the American Art Review.