2002-2003American 20th-21st Century Landscape Painting


(above: Lee Blair (1911-1993), Mary by the Sea, 1934, Oil on canvas, 34"x 48." The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University. Gift of the Hilbert Collection)


Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

Some Thoughts on the Painting of William H. Singer, Jr.; essay by William H. Gerdts (12/22/03)

California's Native Grandeur: Preserving Vanishing Landscapes (12/22/03)

Urban Scenes from the Permanent Collection of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (12/20/03)

John J. Domont, A Retrospective: Place and Possibility (11/21/03)

Laura Owens (11/17/03)

Armin Landeck (10/31/03)

A Solitude of Space: The Paintings of Thomas Crotty (10/29/03)

Arthur Balderacchi: Drawn to Nature (10/27/03)

"The American River" and "The River's Course: Views of Connecticut Rivers" (10/24/03)

Off the Beaten Track: Contemporary Mindscapes (10/24/03)

William Christine: The Grand Canyon Series (714/03

Chris Stoffel Overvoorde: A Life in Art (7/10/03)

Michael Haykin:  Intimate Terrain (7/9/03)

From Belgium to the Ballet: The Versatile landscape of H. Theodore Hallman Sr. (1904-1999) (7/8/03)

California's Native Grandeur: Preserving Vanishing Landscapes (7/1/03)

Monhegan Island: A 150-Year Tradition (1858-2003) (6/6/03)

Teng Hiok Chiu's Artistic Journey: West to East; essay by Debra J. Byrne (5/28/03)

Unbounded Vistas: Artists Interpret the Northern California Landscape (4/24/03)

Eric Hopkins: Waypoints (4/23/03)

Aerial Muse: The Art of Yvonne Jacquette (1/10/03)


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)

Pennsylvania Impressionism, co-published by the Michener Art Museum and the University of Pennsylvania Press (10/16/02)

The Prints of Vija Celmins (9/26/02)

The Vanishing Landscape (9/18/02)

Interlude: Recent Work by James Rayen (9/16/02)

Painting on the Edge: The Art of William Beckman (8/2/02)

Fields: Gary Ernest Smith (8/2/02)

A Summer Idyll:  Landscapes from the Brandywine Valley (7/17/02)

Frank Moore: Green Thumb in a Dark Eden; essay by Sue Scott (7/12/02)

Along the Way: Ray Strong Landscape Painter (6/18/02)

Sabra Field: Abstract Realist (5/28/02)

Frank Moore: Green Thumb in a Dark Eden (3/18/02)

John Singer Sargent Beyond the Portrait Studio: Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolors from The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2/1/02)

Asa Cheffetz, 1896-1965, Cape Lighthouse (Mass.), around 1950; essay by Heather Haskell (1/23/02)

William Thon (1906-2000); essay by Susan C. Larsen (1/22/02)


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