Ohio Impressionists and Post-Impressionists

by James M. Keny



About the Author:

James M. Keny is the co-owner of Keny Galleries which was established in 1980. Keny Galleries is located in a 19th-century historic district located near downtown Columbus at 300 East Beck Street, Columbus, OH, 43206. Jim Keny authored an article for the April-May issue of American Art Review titled Triumph of Color and Light: Ohio Impressionists and Post Impressionists. The American Art Review article is a condensation of this essay.


Resource Library editor's note:

Editor's note: The following essay was rekeyed and reprinted on April 8, 2005 in Resource Library with permission of the author and the Columbus Museum of Art The essay was excerpted from the illustrated catalogue for the exhibition Triumph of Color and Light: Ohio Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, held in 1994 at the Columbus Museum of Art. Images accompanying the text in the exhibition catalogue were not reproduced with this reprinting. If you have questions or comments regarding the essay, or if you are interested in obtaining a copy of the catalogue, please contact Keny Galleries at either this web address or phone number:

Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to Nannette V. Maciejunes of the Columbus Museum of Art for help concerning permission for reprinting the above text

The Columbus Museum of Art, located at 480 E. Broad Street, is an educational and cultural center for the people of central Ohio, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in art through education, collections, and exhibitions. The Columbus Museum of Art receives ongoing support from The Columbus Foundation, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, and the Ohio Arts Council. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the catalogue, you may also contact the Columbus Museum of Art directly through either this phone number or web address:

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