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A Painted Diary: The Landscapes of William Merritt Chase
Early Summer 2009
When he was twenty years old, William Merritt Chase (1849–1916) set out to become an artist. That he became one of the most honored and respected American artists of his day was the result of extraordinary talent, determination, and canny self-marketing.
Highlights: Inspiring Impressionism
Autumn/Winter 2007
Inspiring Impressionism is the first complete survey to explore the influence of Old Master painters on impressionist artists. This pioneering exhibition will display examples of the 17th-century Dutch and Spanish Schools and French Rococo style alongside
Highlights: The Haughton International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show 2007
Autumn/Winter 2007
Leading dealers from the United States and Europe will converge on the Park Avenue Armory, in New York City, this October for what promises to be one of the most important shows of the year. Since 1988, The International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show --
Highlights: News, Events and Trends
Summer/Autumn 2007
Portsmouth-born native John Samuel Blunt (1798-1835) is the focus of an exhibition that showcases the artist's 1821 sketchbook. Sketchbooks of this age are rare for any American artist -- and virtually unique for Portsmouth. The artist's descendants have
Highlight: Baltimore Summer Antiques Show
Summer 2007
Over 550 international dealers will convene over Labor Day Weekend to make this the largest summer indoor antiques event in the nation. This year the event celebrates its twenty-seventh year with an even more impressive range of fine art, jewelry, silver,
Highlight: James Graham & Sons — A Century and a Half in the Art Business
Summer 2007
This leading dealer in nineteenth- and twentieth-century American paintings, American and European sculpture, and contemporary art celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. The exhibition and accompanying book by Betsy Fahlman, Professor of Art History
Highlight: The Unknown Monet — Pastels and Drawings
Summer 2007
Disputing the idea that there is nothing new to say about Claude Monet (1840-1926), this exhibit draws on a body of largely unknown graphic work and recently discovered documents to throw new light on the artist's creative process. Monet denied the role
Highlight: The Year of O'Keeffe -- Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Celebrates A Decade with Two Exhibitions
Summer 2007
The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum celebrates its successful first decade with two impressive exhibitions. Circling Around Abstraction brings together over fifty works from various institutions and private collections to explore O'Keeffe's (1887-1986) consistent
Highlights: New, Events, and Trends from the Antiques and Fine Art Marketplace
Summer 2007
This year, the Bedford Pickers Market show, long a highlight of New Hampshire’s annual antiques week in August, will move from its traditional Friday spot to Monday. Dealers and collectors will both benefit from the change, says show promoter Frank
Highlight: 15th Annual Newport Symposium
Spring 2007
The theme of this year's symposium is
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