Brauer Museum of Art
Valparaiso University Center for the Arts
Carlos Lopez: A Forgotten Michigan Painter, essay by George Vargas (1/20/16)
Escape Artist: George Ames Aldrich, essay by Wendy Greenhouse (9/25/12)
Exhibiting the Visual Culture of American Religions: An Overview of the Exhibition, essay by David Morgan (11/20/02)
Tremont, by Frank V. Dudley (1868-1957) and Female Nude Standing by Easel, by Philip Pearlstein (b. 1924), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (11/14/02)
Konrad Juestel: Painter, Craftsman, essay by Rolf Achilles (11/4/02)
Shadow Pictures, 1984, by Timothy Van Laar (b. 1951), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (10/16/02)
Sun Rise, 1870, An Arctic Landscape by the Artist William Bradford (1823-1892), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (10/16/02)
Corn Shocks and Pumpkins, 1864, by William Trost Richards (1833-1905), essay by Richard H. W. Brauer (10/10/02)
A Selection of Work by the Artist Roger Brown (1941-1997), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (10/5/02)
As it was in the beginning, essay by John H. Strietelmeier (9/26/02)
"Girl Walking," 1946, A Painting by the Artist Reginald Marsh (1898 - 1954), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (9/24/02)
In Quest of Beauty: Nineteenth-Century America as seen in The Art and Life of Junius R. Sloan, 1827-1900, essay by Richard H. W. Brauer (9/19/02)
Brauer Museum of Art is located at Valparaiso University Center for the Arts, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383. Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
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