1998 Mid-Atlantic Art: 20-21st Century Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Painting (for years 1997-2000 includes Southeast and Southern American Paintings)





This section of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue Topics in American Art is devoted to the topic "Mid-Atlantic Art: 20-21st Century Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Painting (for years 1997-2000 includes Southeast and Southern American Paintings)." Articles and essays specific to this topic published in TFAO's Resource Library are listed at the beginning of the section.

Following are links to valuable online resources found outside our website. Links may be to museums' articles about exhibits, plus much more topical information based on our online searches.

Following online resources is information about offline resources including museums, DVDs, and paper-printed books, journals and articles.


(above: Mabel May Woodward, New England Summer, Late Afternoon,  c. 1920, oil on canvas, 15.9 x 20 inches, Providence Art Club, Providence, Rhode Island.Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

An American Pulse: The Lithographs of George Wesley Bellows (1/13/98)

Edward Redfield at Michener Art Museum (12/18/98)

A Legacy Preserved: The First Decade of Collecting at the Michener Art Museum (12/18/98)

Miss Spider (12/9/98)

A Unique American Vision: The Paintings of Gregory Gillespie (12/7/98)

Bo Bartlett: Heartlands (12/4/98)

Childe Hassam in the Crocker Art Museum Collection (12/4/98)


Three diverse artists explore Subtleties and Intensities at The Chocolate Church Gallery (11/19/98)

Jamie Wyeth: Proteus in Paint (11/18/98)

Common Man, Mythic Vision: The Paintings of Ben Shahn (11/17/98)

American Impressionism from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery (11/17/98)

Parks and Portraits: Dona Nelson, 1983-88 (11/17/98)

Burchfield-Penney Art Center Opens Three New Burchfield Exhibitions (11/13/98)

American and European Painting at Louisiana Arts and Science Center (11/13/98)

Walter Stuempfig (1914-1970) (11/9/98)

Zelda Fitzgerald: Alice in Wonderland and Other Fairy Tales (11/6/98)

Charles Burchfield Exhibition at Reynolda House Museum of American Art (10/5/98)

Between Observation and Fiction. Paintings and Works on Paper by James McGarrell (10/25/98)

Colorprint U.S.A. (10/25/98)

Images of a New England Seacoast: 1900 - 1950 (10/20/98)

The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge (10/22/98)

N. C. Wyeth (1882 - 1945) (10/19/98)

Getting From Here To There (10/18/98)

John Clem Clarke: Comforts, Near Disasters, and Pentimenti (10/16/98)

The American Color Print Society Annual Fall Exhibition (10/16/98)

Treasures from the Westmoreland Museum of American Art (10/16/98)

John Wolcott Adams: American Life and History (10/13/98)

Henry Elinson's Dow Jones Industrial Art (10/12/98)

Wondrous Strange: Inagural Exhibition for the Center for the Wyeth Family in Maine (10/9/98)


John Singer Sargent in Houston Collections (9/21/98)

Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance (9/21/98)

Portrait of a City at Mid-Century: Kenneth Harris' Views of Norfolk (9/16/98)

The New 20th Century Limited (9/16/98)

Mary Cassatt: Drawings and Prints in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (9/16/98)

Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People (9/16/98)

Lois Mailou Jones and Her Former Students: An American Legacy (9/15/98)

Will Barnet Prints (9/15/98)

Figuratively Speaking: Paintings by Katherine Hu Fan (9/15/98)

Stone and Steel: Bridges by Bascove (9/15/98)

Days of the Dead II (9/2/98)

Where Land Meets River (9/1/98)

New York Academy of Art (7/30/98) (First in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.)

Tribute to Gay Youse (8/26/98)

Red Grooms: Moby Dick Meets the New York Public Library (8/25/98)

The Art of Carl Sprinchorn: Paintings from the "Kat'dn" Collection / The Isle of Skye: Paintings by Sherry Palmer (8/11/98)

Three Centuries of American Landscape Painting (8/11/98)

William DeLeftwich Dodge: Impressions at Home and Abroad (8/11/98)

When Coal Was King: Paintings from the Steidle Collection (8/8/98)

Unknown Terrain: The Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth (8/5/98)

Boston Master: Robert Douglas Hunter (7/15/98)

Susan Ricker Knox: Portsmouth and Beyond (7/31/98)

George Bellows. Love of Winter (7/28/98)

Wilson Irvine and the Poetry of Light (7/25/98)

Charles H. Woodbury and His Students (7/25/98)

The Art of Arthur Getz: The New Yorker Covers (7/25/98)

Joseph Reboli Retrospective(7/24/98)

Portland Museum of Art Biennial (7/21/98)

Telfair Acquires Gari Melchers' Painting (7/21/98)

The Great Experiment: George Washington and the American Republic (7/20/98)

Burchfield-Penney Art Center Purchases Major Work of Namesake (7/20/98)

R. H. Ives Gammell (7/19/98)

Norman Rockwell: Drawing the American Dream (7/17/98)

Memory is a Painter: The Art of Grandma Moses (7/17/98)

Norman Rockwell: Drawing the American Dream (6/23/98)

Private Showing: American Art from Chattanooga Collections (7/15/98)


Alexander James (1890-1946) (6/7/98)

The Charleston Renaissance (5/18/98)

Maurice Prendergast: The State of the Estate (4/30/98)

Hughie-Lee Smith: A Retrospective (1/26/98)

Modern Color: Maine Watercolors by Carl Gordon Cutler (4/27/98)

The Middle Passage: White Ships, Black Cargo Drawings from the Book by Tom Feelings (4/27/98)

Tropical Terrain: South Florida Landscapes (4/27/98)

Two Narratives: Paintings by Peter Olsen and Rebecca "Betty" Pinkey (4/27/98)

Maria Brito: Rites of Passage (4/27/98)

Watercolors by Arthur E. Smith (4/17/98)

Watercolors by Arthur E. Smith (4/17/98)

Alice Neel: Kinships (4/4/98)

Maxfield Parrish, 1870-1966 (3/19/98)

Journeys over Water: The Paintings of Stephen Etnier (3/31/98)

Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance (1/21/98)

Impressionist and Modern Works on Paper (1/4/98)


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