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Tag Archives: landscapes

Collectors’ Choice: Featured Collector, David W. Foerster

Jun

24

Written by Caitlyn Cooney, Curatorial Intern Throughout art history, photography has often been the one medium holding its own standards. Unlike painting, drawing, sculpture, and the like, photography has carried the assumption that it is able to capture the “real world”, or that a photograph serves as an honest portrayal of what it depicts. David [...]

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

May

21

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: The St. Johns River by Martin Johnson Heade, c.1890s in La Florida Exhibit

Apr

09

Martin Johnson Heade lived in Florida from 1883 until his death. At first an avid hunter, he soon changed his views and

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Artist in the Store: Anna Morgan Reynolds

Mar

01

Anna Morgan Reynolds will feature her work focused on the natural cycles of Southeastern regional environment. The pieces are…

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Happy Birthday Peter Paul Rubens!

Jun

28

Rubens was known as a 17th century Flemish baroque painter who’s known for his…

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A Genius for Place Exhibition On View Now

Feb

04

Now on view at The Cummer, A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era. This exhibition features 52 large-scale black and white photographs of many well-known historic American estates.  From Stockbridge, Massachusetts to Santa Barbara, California, A Genius for Place exhibits seven landscape designs that were originally created as private estates, but [...]

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