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Tag Archives: French

In the Gallery: Pair of Ormolu Candelabra, after Etienne Falconet, 18th Century



This beautifully gilded pair of Louis XVI ormolu figural candelabra were cast after a model made by Falconet. Each displays a…

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In the Gallery: Landscape by Henri-Joseph Harpignies, 1893



Henri- Joseph Harpignies was a French painter and printmaker, who made a late in life debut in the Salon in 1853. Harpignies showed…

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In the Gallery: Hunting Alligators by Theodor de Bry, 1591 in La Florida Exhibit



In 2013, Florida is commemorating the 500-year anniversary of the arrival of Europeans and Africans in the Americas. Juan Ponce de León’s expedition…

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Folio Weekly Exhibition Artist Highlight: Julianne French



Each week, The Cummer will be highlighting each of the 50 artists represented in the upcoming Folio Weekly Invitational Artist Exhibition, on view at the Museum from August 24 – December 2. Julianne French, artist and art educator, received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and art history from Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida and her […]

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Loïs Mailou Jones: Now on View



Loïs Mailou Jones: A Life in Vibrant Color, a lively exhibition surveying the wide array of subjects and styles explored by the artist throughout her lifetime is on view at The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens through January 4, 2013.

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What’s in a Name? – The Story of How Saint Johns River Got its Name



The longest river in the State of Florida, the Saint Johns River stretches over 275 miles, and creates the outer border of the Museum’s historic Gardens. The great Saint Johns is one of only…

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