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Winter Antiques Show Loan Exhibit: Charleston's Master Works Presented by Historic Charleston 11th Anniversary
As British North America’s most cosmopolitan seaport, Charleston fascinated and astonished visitors from both sides of the Atlantic. As early as 1709, English...

William Hawkins Summer 2010
William Hawkins: Paintings is the first book, with 121 reproductions of paintings by this brilliant twentieth-century folk artist; a self-taught master, who...

Boston School Paintings: The Collection of Dr. and Mrs. James R. Taylor Summer 2010
When James R. Taylor (1887–1962) of Boston began acquiring paintings and decorative objects in the first quarter of the twentieth century...

Frederic Edwin Church in Jamaica Summer 2010
“Now for Jamaica . . . the scenery is superb,” Frederic Edwin Church (1826–1900) remarked when he traveled to Jamaica in May of 1865 in search of new tropical material and respite...

I. Gilbert. Painter: Little Known Folk Artist Summer 2010
I first became acquainted with the work of the early American folk portrait painter I. Gillbert about thirty-five years ago on a visit to the home of noted collector, researcher, and writer...

Making History: Art and Industry in the Saco River Valley Summer 2010
The Saco River makes its way from its source in New Hampshire’s White Mountains to Maine’s Atlantic coast. Its dramatic course through the Saco River Valley defines a region where...

Picasso Looks at Degas Summer 2010
Throughout his long and prolific career, Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) observed and absorbed the work of other artists. One artist Picasso particularly admires was...

Son of Whom? A Collector's Journey Summer 2010
When my wife and I acquired a portrait at a Sotheby’s Important Americana auction in 1990 (Fig. 1), the catalogue entry read, “According to tradition, this young man is...

William Merritt Chase: The Final Volume Summer 2010
William Merritt Chase: Still Lifes, Interiors, Figures, Copies of Old Masters, and Drawings, is the fourth and final volume of The Complete Catalogue of Known and Documented Work by...

Winslow Homer and the Poetics of Place Summer 2010
The connection between Winslow Homer (1836–1910) and the Portland Museum of Art is long-standing and intimate. Homer exhibited at the museum in his lifetime, and through the course of the twentieth...


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