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Spring 2005
Picasso’s life and work are viewed through the lens of a superb private collection in this exhibition, which also includes...
Quack, Quack, Quack
Spring 2005
The colorful history of the purveyors of patent and quack medicines over the past four centuries is brought to life in this exhibition with works by...
Reynolda House: Museum of American Art
Spring 2005
Reynolda House was built in 1917 as the country seat of Richard J. Reynolds, founder of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. In 1965 it opened to the...
Robertson Kirtland Mygatt
Spring 2005
Robertson Kirtland Mygatt was a member of the late 19th century American tonalist movement. This exhibition of eighty-six oils and sixteen etchings is the largest
Royal Goldsmiths: Rundell & Bridge
Spring 2005
An exhibition of Regency silver to benefit The Prince’s Trust, with loans from major museums and private collections, will include approximately sixty pieces of...
Small Masterpieces: Whistler Paintings from the 1880s
Spring 2005
The work of James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903) changed dramatically in the 1880s when he stopped painting large landscapes and focused on smaller works in a wide variety of media, including...
Surfing the Century: Twentieth-Century Art
Spring 2005
This exhibition presents an opportunity to view paintings from a vibrant period of artistic achievement. Works by Picasso, Hans Arp, Franz Kline, Edward Weston...
The 1772 Philadelphia Furniture Price Book: A Facsimilie
Spring 2005
Colonial Philadelphia’s furniture trade is illuminated in this facsimile of the only surviving printed copy of...
The Art of Stephen Huneck
Spring 2005
The carvings and artwork of Stephen Huneck are clever, witty, and fun. Like the pop artists of the 1960s, Huneck manipulates elements of vernacular art and...
The Society of American Period Furniture Makers Mid-Year Conference
Spring 2005
This year’s conference theme, Regional Distinctions: Nuances of Newport, Boston, and Philadelphia Furniture, was selected in response...
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