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February highlights

All I Want: Portuguese Women Artists from 1900 to 2020 BOZAR, Brussels 26 February–23 May With works by Aurélia de Souza (pictured), Paula Rego, Leonor Antunes and many others, this display affords a look at the various ways in which women artists from Portugal have portrayed themselves throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.

The 19th Century in European and American Art Denver Art Museum Opens 7 February The 19th century saw more radical changes in art history than perhaps any other. This display of 85 paintings, sculptures and other works extends from the French Revolution to the postImpressionists, and looks at the influence of modern European painting in the United States.


Goya’s Graphic Imagination Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 12 February–2 May Francisco de Goya’s prints and drawings show him at his most tortured, fantastical and politically acute. This show of around 100 works on paper traces his graphic style from his early career at the Spanish court to famous late works such as Seated Giant (pictured).

Clarice Beckett: The Present Moment Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide 27 February–16 May The Australian tonalist painter Clarice Beckett (1887–1935) worked mainly at dawn and dusk, capturing misty Melbourne streets or the hushed coastline near her family home south of the city at Beaumaris. This survey of 130 of her paintings is the largest to date.

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