20th Century Living Artists: Published 2001-2003


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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:


Red Grooms: Selections from the Graphic Work (12/2/03)

Expanding Boundaries from the Art Quilt Network (11/24/03)

Barbara Ernst Prey: An American Portrait (11/20/03)

A Wyeth Family Christmas (11/17/03)

Jasper Johns: Numbers (10/28/03)

Murray Zimiles: A Retrospective Exhibition (9/22/03)

Alton Tobey: Illustrator and Painter; article by Joe Dolice (9/22/03)

John Alexander: 35 Years of Works on Paper (4/2/03)

John Alexander: Virtuoso Draughtsman, essay by Edmund P. Pillsbury, Ph.D. (4/2/03)

Colleen Browning: A Retrospective (3/18/03)

Jonathan Santlofer:  The Man Ray Series (3/3/03)

Molly Springfield at the Arts Club of Washington (2/11/03)

Randall Exon: A Quiet Light (2/3/03)



Celebration of Life: The Art of Sandra Bierman (6/28/01)

Salomón Huerta: Paintings -- including essay by Elizabeth Ferrer (5/17/01)

Western Perspectives: Wilson Hurley and George Carlson (5/16/01)

Evan Summer: Landscapes and Nocturnes (5/8/01)

Disturbing Allegories: New Graphics by Kara Walker (3/20/01)

Leon Golub: Paintings, 1950-2000 (3/18/01)

The Barkley L. Hendricks Experience (3/17/01)

Doug Safranek: City Illuminations (3/10/01)

Mark Priest: Women and Men of the Railroad (2/28/01)

Lisa Egeli and Rose Weinstock at Arts Club of Washington (2/14/01)

Allan Rohan Crite: Artist - Reporter of African-American Community (2/13/01)


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