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Tag Archives: Art Students League

In the Gallery: April by Charles W. Hawthorne, c. 1918-1920

Apr

16

Charles Webster Hawthorne was an American portrait and genre painter and a noted teacher who founded the…

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#1 John Steuart Curry – Parade to War

Dec

13

John Steuart Curry enrolled in classes at the Kansas City Art Institute while still a junior in high school in rural Kansas. Initially he earned a living illustrating popular stories of the Wild West. Curry entered the most productive and successful period of his career in the 1930s. He taught at Cooper Union and the […]

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Happy Birthday Frederic Remington!

Oct

04

Tuesday October 4th marks what would be the 150th birthday of …

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#21 Edmund William Greacen – Brooklyn Bridge, East River

Jul

26

“One of the best memories I have is of walking across the Brooklyn Bridge the day before moving to Jacksonville and the painting will always remind me of the fun my family and I had in my last day in New York.” – Tricia Lord, 20

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#31 Frederic Remmington – The Bronco Buster

May

17

“I love this because I love cowboys!” – Aaron, age 7

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