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Tag Archives: In the Gallery

In the Gallery: Gertrude Stein, by Andy Warhol c. 1980



Surely, it would be difficult to imagine modernism during the first half of the twentieth century without the presence of Gertrude Stein as it would be difficult to discuss the postmodern period of art without mentioning Andy Warhol.

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In the Gallery: John Neagle – The Dickson Brothers



John Neagle spent most of his time in Philadelphia where he received his artistic training. Alongside his friend and brother-in-law, Thomas Sully…

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In the Gallery – Pier Francesco de Jacopo Foschi: Bartolomeo Compagni



This portrait is of wealthy, Florentine merchant Bartolomeo Compagni, who lived in London, where many other rich foreigners lived. Italians, like Compagni, were especially distinguished…

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In the Gallery – Gioacchino Assereto: The Lamentation



Italian Baroque artist Gioacchino Assereto was born in 1600 in Genoa, France, where he began his training at the studio of Andrea Ansaldo at the early age of fourteen. Throughout the decade…

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In the Gallery – Girolamo Giovenone: Christ Among the Doctors



“Christ Among the Doctors,” also known as “The Finding in the Temple,” is a passage from the Gospel of Luke and is a scene from the early life of Christ. Frequently depicted in art, this scene occurs at a temple in Jerusalem, where …

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In the Gallery – Thomas Moran: The Doge’s Palace, Grand Canal, Venice



Moran was born in England, but is best known for his panoramic landscapes of the American West. He began his artistic career in his teen years as an engraving apprentice at a magazine firm.

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