Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery

at Keene State College

Keene, NH



Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:

Selections from the Collection featuring the Dublin Art Colony (6/1/05)

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: Made in America (8/24/04)

Richard Meryman: For the Love of Painting (5/15/01)

2000 Biennial Regional Juror's Choice Exhibition at Keene State College's Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery (11/10/00)

Moments in Time: Master Photographs from the Currier (8/30/00)


Jules Olitski: Monoprints, 1994-1999 (9/9/99)

1999 Biennial Regional Juror's Choice Exhibition at Keene State College's Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery (3/17/99)

Paintings by Joseph Lindon Smith: Egypt at the Thorne (3/3/99)

1999 Biennial Regional Jurors' Choice Exhibition at Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery (2/6/99)

Meryman Portraits of Sagendorphs Donated (8/5/98)

Alexander James (1890-1946) (1998)


The Thorne is located on Wyman Way in Keene, NH. For hours and admission fees please see the Gallery's website.

Barn Door Video Productions offers a 1 1/2-minute clip from the video The Dublin Art Colony Collection at the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery. According to the Barn Door web site: "Dublin New Hampshire was home to a group of painters in the late 1800's, which became known as The Dublin Art Colony. This 11-minute video gives a brief overview of the work of 9 artists that were part of this group. This video is shown in the Keene State College Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery to introduce visitors to this group of painters whose work is featured in the permanent collection at The Thorne." Paul Tuller, owner of Barn Door Video Productions in Dublin, NH and the video's narrator, founded the non-profit organization, The Friends of the Dublin Art Colony.


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