The Taft Museum of Art blog, Frame|Work, offers unique perspectives on the stories and people behind the Taft, its historic house, and the art and artifacts that leave us captivated. Immerse yourself in the Taft's history as we explore the past and preserve the treasures in our collection for centuries to come.
Discover new details and make new connections with the featured works of art by taking a closer look at highlights from our permanent collection and special exhibitions.
Explore a range of topics related to the museum’s permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, and the history of the Taft historic house.
Written by the museum's dedicated team, discover some of their favorite works in our collection, their passion projects, and their current research initiatives.
Discover the latest updates on the Taft Museum of Art’s Bicentennial Infrastructure Project needed to maintain the Taft historic house for the next century and the stories we are discovering along the way.
Belgian Royalty "Entranced" with Rookwood Pottery and its Connection to the Taft
What do the Taft Museum of Art and Rookwood Pottery have in common? More than you think. The answer to this question involves the granddaughter of Cincinnati’s first commercial winemaker, a collection of Chinese porcelain, and the “Soldier King” and “Red Cross Queen.” Intrigued?