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Railroads And The American Industrial Landscape: Ted Rose Paintings And Photographs, Curtis Carter Jul 2014

Railroads And The American Industrial Landscape: Ted Rose Paintings And Photographs, Curtis Carter

Curtis Carter

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Rudolph Ernst, A Moor Robing After The Bath, Curtis L. Carter Jul 2014

Rudolph Ernst, A Moor Robing After The Bath, Curtis L. Carter

Curtis Carter

No abstract provided.


A Focus On Images-Sense And Form: Inaugural Exhibition, Curtis Carter Oct 2010

A Focus On Images-Sense And Form: Inaugural Exhibition, Curtis Carter

Curtis Carter

"A Focus on Images - Sense and Form, an exhibition of selected works from the Permanent Collection with added selections from private collectors, is an occasion to explore a sampling from a variety of artists' images encompassing the 12th century to the present and to reflect upon their importance in human experience. From the mysterious and elegant masks of African tribal arts to the often provocative figurative and abstract wall markings of yesterday's graffitists, artists' images have enjoyed cultural significance quite beyond any apparent contribution to the necessities of day-to- day practical living."


Inaugural Year Gifts 1984-85: An Exhibition Of Selected Paintings, Works On Paper, Sculpture And Decorative Arts, Curtis Carter Oct 2010

Inaugural Year Gifts 1984-85: An Exhibition Of Selected Paintings, Works On Paper, Sculpture And Decorative Arts, Curtis Carter

Curtis Carter

"During its Inaugural Year the Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art has attracted significant gifts of art including important Old Master paintings, prints and drawings, photographs, sculpture, decorative arts, Oriental, and tribal arts. Among the highlights of this year's gifts are four seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish paintings, a collection of American Regionalist mural paintings by artists Joe Jones and James B. Turnbull, and substantial additions to the print collection. Perhaps the most visible of the inaugural gifts are the eighteen sculptural tables and benches designed by artist Ernest Shaw that grace the garden area north of the museum ...