2001-2005 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*)


William Aiken Walker: in Florida; essay by Timothy A. Eaton (2/14/05)

May Night: Willard Metcalf at Old Lyme (1/5/05)

Romance of the Bells: The California Missions in Art (8/27/04)

Into the Storm: Expressions in the American Landscape, 1800­1940 (7/15/04)

The Sublime Landscape (4/14/04)

The Grand View: Bierstadt to Brophy (1/15/04)

Three New Exhibitions at Florence Griswold Museum Showcase the Hartford Steam Boiler Collection (1/9/04)

Dual Exhibitions Explore American Landscapes at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (9/25/03)

"Landscapes from the Permanent Collection" on display at the Hearst Center (7/23/03)

Portraits of Places: The Prints of Childe Frederick Hassam, an American Impressionist (4/23/03)

The Role of Photography in the Art of S. P. Rolt Triscott, essay by Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. (1/7/03)

Elliott Daingerfield: Victorian Visionary (2/7/02)

Living with Landscapes: Paintings from Private Collections (10/25/01)

Pastoral Interlude: William T. Richards in Chester County, essay segment by Linda S. Ferber and wall panel text of the exhibition (9/18/01)

Native Grandeur: Preserving California's Vanishing Landscapes; "Landscape Painting in California," essay by Jean Stern (8/25/01)

American Impressionism Goes West, essay by Charles C. Eldredge, PhD (8/17/01)

Bicoastal Artists of the 1870s; essay by Ann Harlow (7/21/01)

Thomas Moran and the Spirit of Place (3/27/01)

 

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