This year, New Mexico celebrates the centenary of the arrival of Gustave Baumann, the master printmaker who captured the state’s magic—from its deserts to its deep forests.
It’s only late summer, but I believe we can already declare an award for bravest museum of the year: the National Portrait Gallery, in Washington, DC.
Rural imagery in precisionist art
The Whitney Museum reappraises the career of Grant Wood
The life and work of Everet Howard, early American silhouette artist.
How John Sloan used the nude as a vehicle for artistic experimentation and political expression.
Barbara Babcock Millhouse answers some question about her grandparent’s home, now the Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
A powerful exhibition looks at World War I through the lens of American Art.
The Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia opened on April 19th.
Early nineteenth-century American portraiture includes a number of small profile likenesses in oil, pastel, and watercolor by artists such as C. B. J. F. de St. Mémin, James Sharples, Gerrit Schipper, and Jacob Eichholtz. All follow the European fashion for profiles, namely emulating those on Greek vases and Roman coinage, and are thus fitting for the neoclassical motifs and styles …
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