The Philadelphia Museum of Art will add a little French and Italian flavor to their exhibits in the next few weeks as they welcome “Paris Through the Window: Marc Chagall and His Circle” and “Roberto Capucci: Art into Fashion.”
Chagall’s exhibit will feature paintings produced between 1910 and 1920. This exhibit will also feature Chagall’s well-known painting, Half-Past Three (The Poet).
Capucci’s exhibit will feature work from the beginning of his career when he was just a boy who happened to be an expert in Italian fashion to his later work in sculpture-dresses.
Ticket prices vary for members and nonmembers of the museum.