Greenville County Museum of Art
Horace Day in South Carolina, essay By Tal Day (5/24/16)
The Poetry of Place (5/23/16)
Masterpieces of American Landscape from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (5/4/13)
An American Celebration; article by Martha R. Severens (3/10/09)
What Modern Looked Like; article by Martha R. Severens (3/7/09)
Waterworks: 150 Years of Watercolor; article by Martha R. Severens (3/4/09)
Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America; article by Martha R. Severens (3/4/09)
Southern Scene; article by Martha R. Severens (2/28/09)
The Southern Collection: A New Look at American Art History; article by Martha R. Severens (2/26/09)
A Paradise of Riches: Joshua Shaw and the Southern Frontier (4/30/08)
The Charleston Renaissance; article by Martha R. Severens (7/3/07)
Edward Weston: Life Work (5/3/04)
Past Things and Present: Jasper Johns since 1983 (3/5/04)
Alfred Maurer: The First American Modern (1/22/04)
Corrie McCallum: Take Note (7/23/03)
Alfreda's World; article by Martha R. Severens (5/27/03)
Heartland: Paintings by Bo Bartlett, 1978-2002 (5/21/03)
Tony Fitzpatrick: Max and Gaby's Alphabet (1/21/03)
Andrew Wyeth: The Greenville Collection at Greenville County Museum of Art (6/13/02)
American Impressionism in Context (6/13/02)
Sidney Edward Dickinson: Alabama Suite (6/13/02)
Charleston in My Time: The Paintings of West Fraser (4/3/02)
Hubert Shuptrine; essay by Martha R. Severens (1/28/02)
Henry Casselli: Master of the American Watercolor (1/16/01)
The Fanciful World of Helen DuPré Moseley; with essay by Martha R. Severens (1/3/00)
Southern Scene (11/13/00)
David Wiesner at Greenville County Museum of Art (10/23/00)
Wyeth's "Hay Ledge" Returns to Greenville (8/29/00)
Charleston Renaissance (7/25/00)
James Valerio: Drawings (5/8/00)
Andrew Lenaghan: New Paintings / Lewis Wickes Hine: The Final Years (3/14/00)
Jack Spencer Photographs of Rural South (2/16/00)
Young America: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (2/12/00)
The Greenville County Museum of Art is located on Heritage Green, which is at the intersection of SC 123 (Academy Street) and College Street in Greenville, SC. Please see the museum's website for hours and fees.
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