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From Romance to Rifles: Winslow Homer’s Illustrations of 19th-Century America at...

DAYTON, OH.- Winslow Homer is best known as a great American painter, but he was also a prolific and expert wood engraver. Most of Homer’s engravings were published in Harper's Weekly where Homer worked as a freelance illustrator between 1857 and ...

Getty Research Institute Welcomes Exceptional Group of Scholars this September

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Artists mobilize a variety of intellectual, organizational, technological, and physical resources to create their work. This scholar year at the Getty Research Institute will delve into questions bearing upon the theme Artistic Practi...

Cleveland Museum of Art Appoints Barbara Tannenbaum as New Curator of...

CLEVELAND, OH.- Barbara Tannenbaum, a prominent contemporary art and photography scholar as well as an accomplished museum leader, has been tapped as the next curator of photography for the Cleveland Museum of Art, following a national search. Tannenba...

Metropolitan Museum’s Ian Wardropper Named Next Director of The Frick Collection

NEW YORK, NY.- The Board of Trustees of The Frick Collection announced the appointment of Ian Bruce Wardropper as the next Director of the institution. Mr. Wardropper, currently Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Chairman, Department of European Sculpture and ...

Extremely Rare Portrait of Famous Kabuki Actor Highlights Important Private Collection...

LONDON.- Following the success of Part 1 of the Edward Wrangham Collection in November 2010, which realised over £2 million and included a world record price for an inro** sold at auction, Bonhams is delighted to announce the second sale of the collec...

Alex J. Taylor Receives Second Annual Terra Foundation for American Art...

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Alex J. Taylor has been awarded the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s 2011 Terra Foundation for American Art International Essay Prize. Taylor’s winning essay “Unstable Motives: Propaganda, Politics and the Late Work of...

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute To Show "Pissarro’s People"

Williamstown, MA.- A new exhibition at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, "Pissarro’s People" offers a fresh look at the Impressionist painter by examining his portraits, harvest scenes, and market views through the lens of his personal...

Konrad Ng Named Director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Konrad Ng, a scholar of Asian American cinema and digital media, has been named director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program, effective May 22. Ng will report to the Smithsonian’s Under Secretary for History, Art, a...

Bert Green Fine Art Shows "Randall Cabe: Revealed Secrets: New Paintings"

Los Angeles.- Until April 27th, Bert Green Fine Art is showing "Randall Cabe: Revealed Secrets: New Paintings" at their gallery in Los Angeles. This is their second solo exhibition of the works of Randall Cabe, a Los Angeles-based painter, college ...

Swann Galleries’ African Americana Auction was Best Sale of this Material...

NEW YORK, NY.- On March 10, Swann Galleries conducted their most successful sale of Printed & Manuscript African Americana to date. The auction totaled just under $1 million. Institutions and private collectors competed for the majority of the top lots...

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