18th and 19th Century Genre Scenes


Winslow Homer the Illustrator: His Wood Engravings, 1857-1888 (12/9/02)

Karl Bodmer's Visionary Years, essay by Mary Terrence McKay (11/6/02)

Summer Selections: Scenes and Citizens of the Early Republic in Watercolor (8/6/02)

The Riches of Sight: William Sidney Mount and His World (7/30/02)



A Painter's Studio is Everywhere: Paintings by William Sidney Mount (9/27/01)

Movies for Manifest Destiny: The Moving Panorama Phenomenon in America, essay by Kevin J. Avery (9/20/01)

Winslow Homer Watercolors at Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery (2/24/01)



From Cradle to Grave: The Works of William Sidney Mount (12/15/00)

Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty: Faces of a Nation (12/15/00)

Reflections of a Journey: Engravings After Karl Bodmer (12/9/00)

Winslow Homer: The Civil War Years and Winslow Homer: The Gloucester Years (12/4/00)

Lions & Eagles & Bulls: Early American Tavern & Inn Signs from The Connecticut Historical Society (10/18/00)

First Exposure: The Sketchbooks and Photographs of Theodore Robinson (10/13/00)

The American Frontier Revisited (10/5/00)

Winslow Homer and the Critics: Forging a National Art in the I870s (8/30/00)

Pencil to Paint to Print (8/29/00)

The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks (8/14/00)

About Face (8/4/00)

Currier & Ives, Printmakers to the American People (7/27/00)

Mote's Art: The Quaker and Richmond Heritage of Marcus Mote (7/13/00)

Harry S. Sindall, Fording the Pecos River, Captain John Pope's Artesian Well Drilling Site

Eastman Johnson: Painting America (2/16/00)

Farnsworth Art Museum Acquires Winslow Homer Watercolor, "Seven Boys in a Dory" (1/25/00)

William Sidney Mount: Music Is Contagious! (1/18/00)

The Grand Moving Panorama: Pilgrim's Progress (1851) (1/8/00)



Paul Kane (1810-1871) (11/22/99)

The Art of American Life: Winslow Homer's Graphics (1857-1877) (10/18/99)

Edward Borein: The Artist's Life and Work (10/7/99)

Winslow Homer: Early Prints and Paintings (9/11/99)

The Grand Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress (8/16/99)

Winslow Homer: Works on Paper (8/11/99)

Inventing the American Past: The Art of F.O.C. Darley (8/7/99)

Mary Cassatt at National Gallery of Art (8/6/99)

More Than Meets the Eye: Maryland History in Prints, 1750-1900 (7/21/99)

The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks (7/13/99)

The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks (6/23/99)

American Naïve Paintings: The Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch Collection (6/14/99)

Life of a Sailor: A Collector 's Vision (6/8/99)

William Sidney Mount: Painter of American Life (6/2/99)

The West in American Art at the Tennessee State Museum (6/1/99)

Frank Duveneck (1848-1919): Virtuoso of the Brush (5/30/99)

Abbott Thayer: The Nature of Art (5/16/99)

Winslow Homer: Illustrating America (5/15/99)

Eastman Johnson: Painting America (5/14/99)

Significant American Paintings Given to the Muscarelle Museum of Art (5/12/99)

Stephen Parrish: Rediscovered American Etcher (4/10/99)

American Folk Art in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (3/25/99)

Fine and Folk Traditions in American Miniature Painting (3/4/99)

"A Splendid Little War" The Spanish-American War, 1898: The Artists' Perspective (2/25/99)

I Saw Whole Paintings Right Before My Eyes: The 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Taos Art Colony (2/25/99)

Espana: American Artists and the Spanish Experience (2/20/99)

American Masters from the Cheekwood Collection (2/4/99)

In Pursuit of Refinement: Charlestonians Abroad, 1740 - 1860 (2/1/99)

Winslow Homer and the Elusive African-American Boy (1/16/99)

Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad, Etchings and Lithographs from the Carnegie Museum of Art (1/13/99)

Ponce de Leon in Florida (1/5/99)

James McNeill Whistler Etchings & Lithographs at The Cummer (1/5/99)



Whistler in Venice (12/8/98)

Mary Cassatt: Modern Woman (12/7/98)

Art of the Gold Rush (11/5/98)

William Trost Richards: Rediscovered (10/16/98)

Forgotten Etchers: Nineteenth-Century Prints from the Collection of Reba and Dave Williams (10/16/98)

Folk Art from the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum Collection (9/23/98)

Elihu Vedder's Drawings for the Rubaiyat (9/21/98)

Mary Cassatt: Drawings and Prints in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (9/2/98)

Gold Fever! The Lure and Legacy of the Califomia Gold Rush (8/8/98)

The Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler (7/22/98)

William Sidney Mount: Painter of American Life (5/24/98)



Catlin and the Traditions of Western Art

American Naive Paintings from the National Gallery of Art

Art of the Gold Rush

Winslow Homer: Facing Nature (4/7/98)

Diamond Cove: Landscape and Leisure in 19th-Century America (7/28/97)

The Vanishing Frontier: Henry F.Farny, 1847-1916

Americans Abroad (2/11/98)

Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad - Etchings and Lithographs from the Carnegie Museum of Art (3/10/98)

Major Exhibition on New York's Famed Tenth Street Studio Building -- A Facinating Chapter In The Developing National Art Scene

Winslow Homer Wood Engravings From The Permanent Collection

Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art - Frederic S. Remington and Charles M. Russell

Albert Bierstadt


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