2011-2016 American 19-20th Century Landscape Painting

 

(above:  William Merritt Chase, Shinnecock, Long Island, c. 1896, oil on panel, 14.2 ? 16.1 inches,  Princeton University Art Museum. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


Indiana Impressions: The Art of T. C. Steele; article by Rachel Berenson Perry (7/14/16)

The Poetry of Place (5/23/16)

A Zest for Life and Paint: Anna E. Keener (1895-1982); text by Cori Sherman North (3/14/16)

The Art of Zion, A Historical Overview; essay by Deborah Reeder (2/25/16)

A Generous Spirit: Paintings and Prints by Doel Reed; essay by Cori Sherman North (10/10/15)

The Artist in the Connecticut Landscape (9/16/15)

Eliot O'Hara: Ring of Fire (4/29/15)

William Forsyth: Only the Strong Persist; article by Rachel Berenson Perry (12/8/14)

The Floating Hat; play by Steve Hauk (10/9/14)

Refining the Region: The Landscapes of Bayard T. Berndt; article by Ryan Grover (1/17/14)

Refining the Region: The Landscapes of Bayard T. Berndt (1/17/14)

Standing Tall: Lighthouses in Cape and Islands Art (8/20/13)

Masterpieces of American Landscape from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (5/4/13)

The Art of John Pierce Barnes (1893-1954); essay by Kathryn Scimone Stanko (6/3/13)

Lily Spandorff's Charmed Life (Until Now); essay by Brett Busang (11/21/12)

Escape Artist: George Ames Aldrich, essay by Wendy Greenhouse (9/25/12)

Nature in America: Taming the Landscape (8/15/12)

Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey (2/26/12)

"Charles Henry Miller, N.A. (1842 - 1922) - An Artist of Long Island"; article by Geoffrey K. Fleming (2/11/12)

Shadows on the Mesa - Artists of the Painted Desert and Beyond (2/8/12)

The Paintings of Louis Comfort Tiffany: Works from a Long Island Collection (12/17/11)

American Landscapes: Treasures from the Parrish Art Museum (4/29/11)

Sullivan Family Legacy Exhibition; essay by V. Scott Dimond (3/28/11)

Paintbox Leaves: Autumnal Inspiration from Cole to Wyeth (11/16/10)

Painting Utah's Mount Olympus (9/21/10)

Superbly Independent: Early Western Landscapes by Annie Harmon, Mary DeNeale Morgan, and Marion Kavanaugh Wachtel (7/14/10)

Mary DeNeale Morgan, 1868-1948; essay by Julie Armistead (7/14/10)

Annie Lyle Harmon, 1855-1930; essay by Erika Esau (7/14/10)

Marion Kavanagh Wachtel, 1870-1954; essay by Jean Stern (7/14/10)

Engaging with Nature: American and Native American Artists (A.D. 1200-2004) (6/17/10)

Colors of the West: The Paintings of Birger Sandzén; with article by Christine Giles (5/14/10)

Nature and Spirit: American Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries; text by Hansen Mulford (3/19/10)

Sargent and the Sea (3/12/10)

 

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