Category Archives: Collections, Catalogs & Exhibitions

Paul Revere - Artisan, Businessman, and Patriot: The Man

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From March 17 to April 30 in 1974, the University of Arizona Museum of Art hosted its second-ever photographic exhibition. Ross Museum, Ohio Wesleyan University, Oct. 25–Dec. 15. Funding for this project was provided by the Lifchez-Stronach Preservation Fund for the Thomas J. It focuses on some of the staff and students who taught and studied at the School during that time, including Walter Crane and Adolph Valette. The exhibition also acknowledges the use and importance of narrative, specifically creative writing, in her making process, so that the writing becomes as much a part of the finished product as the images and objects to which it relates.

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John Talman: An Early-Eighteenth-Century Connoisseur

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A collection of 3,856 libretti documenting the history of melodrama in Italy from the 17th-20th centuries. The Vanderbilt University Department of Art welcomes to Space 204 an exhibition of compelling photographs by Jeremiah Ariaz. Her work explores experiences of improvisation and reverie in makers' processes. Four exhibition subjects mentioned in the files are noted as "canceled" and not listed in the official list of NPG exhibitions, they are: the Daguillard Collection, Oak Hill Cemetery, Uriah Levy, and Court Portraiture in the Reign of Phillip II.

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Wedgwood and Bentley Pottery from the Kadison Collection

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The earliest evidence of worked gold—translating its natural beauty into human adornment—comes from Mesopotamia in the sixth millennium B. With more than 500,000 pages of textual materials and 10,000 pages of manuscripts and early printed books from ten contributing Harvard libraries and archives, the collection is organized around nine significant "episodes" of contagious disease. Focusing only on the highest artistic quality, it aims to represent the beauty and spirituality of sculpture through the camera's eye; a modest contribution towards the understanding and appreciation of Asian religious art which still contains many secrets.

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Ben Nicholson: Chasing out Something Alive

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The collection includes the Browning sketchbook, containing 29 caricatures and drawings by Robert Browning, and almost 200 by his father; proof sheets of Sordello, with corrections in the poet’s own hand; a copy of Bells and Pomegranates (1841-1846); and copies of some of Elizabeth Browning’s poetry in her own hand. Combined, these resources chronicle the development, over seventy-five years, of an institution committed to American art and artists.

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Roy Lichtenstein: Nudes, 1994

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This can be based on your earlier statement of purpose, but directed to the viewing public. Letters written to Isabel from her mother, sisters, and aunt in Massachusetts during the 1850s discuss local trips and other family news. Melbourne artist Valerie Sparks has won the 2016 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize with her work 'Prospero's Island – North East' featuring one of Australia’s most iconic landscapes.

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The Art of Adventure

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The latest information can be found on alert.seattle.gov. VERY IMPORTANT: In order to read an Adobe DRM-protected file (shown as encrypted files) on any device, files must first be opened and authorized through a program called Adobe Digital Editions. Otto Dix was another expressionist painter whose work was influenced by the experience of World War I. Exhibition catalogues are also startlingly beautiful and feature thoughtful design and reproductions of artworks along with critical essays by art historians and curators– a bonus for anyone looking for visual inspiration.

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Unearthing the Past: Archaeology and Aesthetics in the

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The collection contains assessor’s lists (1950s-1970s), urban planning documents, clippings, and some photographic views pasted on to boards. Juley & Son Collection (127,000 photographic negatives) and the American Sculpture Photograph Study Collection (2,600 photographic prints). Trustees Records: McKim Building Art and Architecture Correspondence, 1859-1965 ( Rare Books & Manuscripts ) This collection documents the planning, design, and installation of the art work that is located in the McKim Building of the Boston Public Library.

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Russel Wright: American Designer

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The connection between photography and jewelry extends back more than 150 years to the invention of the photographic process. Included are vintage photographs, and post cards, 19th century lithographs, a series of 19th century watercolors of Irish Round Towers by Gordon MacDonald Hills, illustrated broadsides published by the Cuala Press, and prints and photographs by contemporary Irish artists including Margaret Irwin, David Goldberg, and Fergus Bourke.

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Antioch: The Lost Ancient City

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Danto, Winged Figure, 1960, Woodcut, 36.5” x 27” (92.7 x 68.6 cm). Egyptian-Lebanese artist Lara Baladi (born 1969) experiments with the photographic medium, investigating its history and its role in shaping perceptions of the Middle East—particularly Egypt, where she is based. Each docent plans a theme and includes a variety of styles and media to illuminate his or her ideas. Founded by Jack and Harry Marchard in 1932, the Boston-based orchestra played the "Champagne Circuit" of society balls, debutante parties, country club dances and college and prep school functions throughout the eastern and midwestern United States.

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Gulls, Ravens and a Vulture

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These artists have made a significant contribution to the world of Indian art. I knew Ewa from professional meetings, I had not known of her interest in prints (I take it for granted that aestheticians are in the nature of their calling interested in art as such). He is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Louisville, and in addition to his studies he teaches art history and foundations in digital art. For more information about MMofA and other city museums, check out the MoM (Museums of Mobile) website>> is to provide a place where people enrich their lives through interaction with the visual arts in thought-provoking and creative ways that nourish and delight the mind and spirit.

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