2003 American 18-19th Century Landscape Painting

 

 

(above: Thomas Hill, Great Canyon of the Sierra, Yosemite, 1872. Crocker Art Museum)


Toy Stories and Winter Scenes from the Museum of the City of New York (11/3/03)

George Inness and the Visionary Landscape (10/31/03)

Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction; text by Michael D. Schroeder and J. Gray Sweeney (8/29/03)

Hudson River School: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art (8/26/03)

Charles Frederick Kimball, 1831­1903: Painting Portland's Legacy (8/9/03)

Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford (8/8/03)

Painted Essays: William Keith's Landscapes of the American West (7/25/03)

Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction (7/24/03

Mountains to the Sea Exhibition at Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (7/23/03)

"The Real Pioneer of Art in this City": Charles Codman and the Rise of Landscape Painting in Portland, Maine, essay by Jessica Nicoll (7/ 12/03)

Painted Essays: William Keith's Landscapes of the West (7/10/03)

Introduction to "Along the Juniata: Thomas Cole and the Dissemination of American Landscape Imagery"; essay by Nancy Siegel (7/10/03)

Whistler's Greatest Etchings: The 1889 Amsterdam Set at the Freer Gallery of Art (5/27/03)

Whistler and His Circle in Venice, article by Eric Denker (3/25/03)

The Legacy of Brother Cornelius (2/28/03)

 

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