American 20th Century Landscape Painting



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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

2001

The Brush of Acceptance; essay by Carolyn Eyler (12/21/01)

Introduction by Robert P. Metzger in the catalogue for the exhibition titled "Matthew Daub: In the Shadow of Industry, Watercolors and Drawings of Eastern Pennsylvania" (11/21/01)

Aerial Muse: The Art of Yvonne Jacquette (11/20/01)

The Metamorphosis of California Landscape Art, essay by Rexford E. Brandt (8/9/01)

Southern California Masters of Landscape: Payne, Redmond and Wendt

John W. McCoy: American Painter (4/26/01)

Adventures in the Sierra Nevada (2/10/01)

Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape (1/29/01)

 

2000

The Lenfest Exhibition of Pennsylvania Impressionism (12/16/00)

Wilding Museum Acquires Fery Painting (12/14/00)

Jane Wilson: Land, Sea and Sky (12/11/00)

Hazard Durfee: Journeys in Art (12/11/00)

The Art of Family: The Christenberrys (10/18/00)

The Swamp: On the Edge of Eden (10/3/00)

Peter Lodato: From Installation to Painting, Selected Works 1980-2000 (10/1/00)

American Impressionism from the Florence Griswold Museum (9/30/00)

A River Journey: Paintings of the Hudson by Don Nice (9/24/00)

Paul Sierra: The Nature of Man (9/19/00)

James D. Butler: "Views Along the Mississippi River" (9/15/00)

Beyond the Mountains: The Contemporary American Landscape (8/24/00)

Landscape Paintings by Paul Sargent and Robert Root at the Tarble Arts Center (6/19/00)

Pride in Place: Landscapes by the Eight in Southern Collections (6/17/00)

The Landscapes of Frank E. Schoonover (6/17/00)

Henri Linton: Landscapes of the South (6/16/00)

Beyond the Mountains: the Contemporary American Landscape (5/31/00)

Noyes Museum of Art presents "Recreating Flowers: The Glass Wonders of Paul J. Stankard" and "'Capturing' the Jersey Shore: Works of Anthony J. Rudisill" (5/16/00)

Remnants: Ancient Forests and City Streets (4/19/00)

Andrew Wyeth and Bob Timberlake: Painting on Familiar Ground (4/15/00)

Pride in Place: Landscapes by The Eight in Southern Collections (3/31/00)

Green Woods & Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition (3/29/00)

Marikay Peter Witlock: Sacred Spaces (3/18/00)

Sideo Fromboluti: Summer Painting (3/18/00)

American Landscape: Karen Kitchel and Merrill Mahaffey (3/12/00)

Point to Point: Landscape Paintings by Willard Dixon and Peter Loftus (3/11/00)

Lisa Zwerling: Primitive Lives (2/21/00)

Barbara Rogers Dreaming of Eden: Meditations on the Garden (2/21/00)

Desert Plein Air (2/15/00)

Georgia O'Keeffe: Six Decades of Landscapes and Life (1/19/00)

Edward Hopper: The Watercolors (1/16/00)

Pride in Place: Landscapes by The Eight in Southern Collections (1/16/00)

Encaustic paintings by Philip Hershberger and Gail Gregg (1/15/00)

Barbara J. Zucker: The Topiary Series - Form and Shadow (1/15/00)

 

1999

Beyond the Mountain: The Contemporary American Landscape (12/23/99)

Recollections: The Art of Douglas Shively (12/17/99)

Towards the Horizon: Recent Works on Paper by Mary Ellen Doyle (12/16/99)

Green Woods and Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition Since 1950 (12/8/99)

Paul Turner Sargent (12/3/99)

Fields of Color: Pastel Landscapes by Jane Lincoln (11/6/99)

Henry Chodkowski: Mavros Labyrinthos Series (10/27/99)

An Uncommon Mission: Father Jerome Tupa and the California Missions (10/26/99)

Barbara Candelaria - Rhythms with Nature (10/26/99)

Realization: A Retrospective of Paintings by Robert Halm (10/26/99)

Beyond a View: The Landscape Drawings of Teri Malo (10/26/99)

Pine and Bamboo: Madolin Maxey at Providence Art Club (10/24/99)

Addison Johnson 1892-1986 (10/16/99)

Fields: Landscape Paintings by Gary Ernest Smith and Harvest Rites: Installations by Tracy Linder (10/8/99)

Town and Country: Landscapes from the Collection (9/22/99)

Green Woods and Crystal Waters The American Landscape Tradition (9/22/99)

The Plein Air Summit: A Special Report (9/21/99)

Nature's Palette: The Roger W. Dennis Impressionist Garden (9/19/99)

Carl Peters: Painter of the American Scene from Rochester to Rockport (9/17/99)

Quiet Times, Quiet Places: Landscapes in Oil by Lloyd Nick (9/13/99)

Landscapes: Continuing Traditions (9/9/99)

Jules Olitski: Monoprints, 1994-1999 (9/9/99)

Painting the Elements: Maine Landscapes by N. C. Wyeth (9/9/99)

Andrew Wyeth: Selected Works (9/9/99)

Paintings, Props & Costumes: Objects of Inspiration (9/9/99)

Clyde Scott: Paintings from the Robert and Rea Westenhaver Collection (8/20/99)

New Watercolors by W.F. Stone, Jr. -"Mostly Italian" at CAA in September (8/17/99)

Changing Seasons: Three Generations of Bucks County Impressionism (8/11/99)

Hoosier Light: The Impressionists of Indiana (8/3/99)

Summer Views (7/28/99)

Arts for the Parks at The Anniston Museum of Natural History (7/12/99)

A Place Not Forgotten: Landscapes of the South from the Morris Museum of Art (7/7/99)

A Century of Impressionism on Cape Cod (7/6/99)

Jan Aronson: Portraits of Place (7/2/99)

Henry Ward Ranger and the Humanized Landscape (6/2/99)

Surroundings: Responses to the American Landscape (6/2/99)

Jerry Weiss: Landscapes (6/11/99)

Surroundings: Responses to the American Landscape (6/2/99)

Sargent: The Late Landscapes (5/15/99)

Contemporary Romanticism: Landscapes in Pastel (5/5/99)

Canyons and Deserts: Picturing the Western Landscape (1/30/99)

 

1997-1998

Edgar and Elsie Payne (9/21/98)

Three Centuries of American Landscape Painting (8/11/98)

Unknown Terrain: The Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth (8/5/98)

Wilson Irvine and the Poetry of Light (7/25/98)

Artists for Nature in the Copper River Delta (7/11/98)

Tropical Terrain: South Florida Landscapes (4/27/98)

Embodied Landscapes: Selected Works on Paper by April Gornick (12/22/97)

Artist Residencies in America's Parks (9/3/97)

First Retrospective of Landscapes by American Master and Maine Artist Alex Katz (6/97)

1997 Arts for the Parks Competition

 

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