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Curator Chat
What event (gallery show, museum exhibit, etc.) in the next few months are you looking forward to, and why? I am writing this from my house—all MFA staff, and much of the art world is working from home due to COVID-19. So what I am looking forward to
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The Return Of The West
Western art returns to Reno, Nevada, on July 25 when the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction kicks off once again as it offers nearly 300 lots of art in many categories. The popular annual event will mark the return of art for many collectors after a lengthy q
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Market Reports
Principal Avery Galleries Up until the COVID-19 quarantine, we were seeing significant strengthening in the market. Demand was strong for good examples of marquis artists across a broad time spectrum. We were particularly pleased to see a resurgence
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The Summer Sale
As the summer months are in full swing, Eldred’s will host its annual Summer Americana Sale at its salesroom located in East Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The auction is timely for its collectors as not only is the art season at its prime, but man
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John Driscoll
This quote keeps repeating in my mind since John first posted it on Twitter on March 30, less than a week before he passed away from COVID-19. The thought of us all celebrating together, now without him, brings a tremendous sadness to me. I keep thin
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Gallery Directory
229 E. Marcy Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (505) 982-1533, www.addisonrowe.com Represents work by the early American and Southwest modernists, including the Stieglitz Circle, the Taos Society of Artists and the Santa Fe Art Colony. 3 W. 57th Street, Fou
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Thomas Doughty And Patrick J. Sullivan
The Huntington Museum of Art in West Virginia has recently acquired two important paintings—the rarest of their kind by each respective artist—that relate to the history of art in the Mountain State. The first is an oil by noted landscape painter Tho
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Auction Reports: Asheville, Chicago, East Dennis, Milford, Monrovia, New York
LARK MASON ASSOCIATES APRIL 28-MAY 21 Paul Cadmus and His Circle: Property from the Estate of Jon F. Anderson $1.16 million Lark Mason Associates’ recent sale, Paul Cadmus and His Circle: Property from the Estate of Jon F. Anderson, through iGavel Au
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Far From Ordinary
Howard Godel is a collector. Working as a towerman for the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad from 1972 to 1978, he began to collect and sell antique cast iron toys and trains. In 1976 he published the authoritative Antique Toy Trains: The Hobby Of Collecting
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Auction Previews: East Dennis, Hingham, Los Angeles
COPLEY FINE ART AUCTIONS JULY 23 Sporting Sale On July 23, Copley Fine Art Auctions will host its annual Sporting Sale in a virtual format due to COVID-19 restrictions. The sale, led by auctioneer Peter Cocculuto, will be live streamed and will utili
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The Dense Rock
“The towers were jammed together so tightly, [you] could feel the mass and stupendous weight,” Tom Wolfe wrote of Manhattan. “Just think of the millions, from all over the globe, who yearned to be on that island, in those towers, in those narrow stre
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SEPARATED at BIRTH
At a time when so many Amer ican cultural institutions are struggling to survive, they are also being moved to consider their purpose and meaning within their communities. Decisions are being made about what the future may hold for art museums, symph
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A Virtual Joyride
Maine. Even the word rings with the sound of the outdoors, the scent of a wood fire, L.L. Bean plaid, lobster-themed everything. Maine rings with wind in mountains, ripples on lakes, the rush of rivers, the deep green of forests. And the sea. Turn a
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Here We Are
Oh how things change. This entire pandemic began with us receiving email after email from galleries, fairs and auctions about events being cancelled or postponed. And not just any events. Some of our favorites. The kind where we attend each year to c
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Marin in Watercolor
John Marin began his career with a series of celebrated etchings but soon established himself as a watercolorist. The frenetic line of his etchings migrated to the new medium, and he soon added to his calligraphy a bold, expressive coloration that wo
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Art Market Updates
Historic New England presents Artful Stories, a series of online exhibitions capturing the heart of New England—its architecture, landscapes, townscapes and people, all contributing to the region’s unique sense of place. Works in the show were create
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Regional Flare
A number of superb new works have recently come to Debra Force Fine Art in New York City. The pieces come from noteworthy late-18th- to early-19th-century artists including oils by William James Glackens and John Steuart Curry, as well as a pen and i
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Contributors
Jay E. Cantor started the American Art Department for Christie’s in the late ’70s, is on the board of the Winter Antiques Show, the Art Committee for The Century Association, the board of directors of The Century Archives Foundation, and recently ret
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In Harmony
A variety of media, from oils, pastels and watercolors to pencil on paper, will be on view during Hawthorne Fine Art’s yearly Summer Reading exhibition. This year the show, titled Images of Summer by American Women Artists, focuses solely on works by
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Quality Variety
Going into the fifth year of the Nantucket Summer Antiques Show, put on by the Antiques Council, there is still excitement over many unique items for sale. Each year, visitors look forward to browsing one-of-a-kind pieces while also enjoying the trad
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Anatomy Of The Magazine
American Fine Art Magazine is comprised of many different sections and features, all designed to keep you informed on what’s happening in the market for historic American art. Previews of upcoming shows of historic American art at galleries across th
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American Stories
Electra Havemeyer Webb (1888-1960) grew up in New York surround by her parents’ collection of French Impressionism in their Park Avenue apartment. She however, took a different turn and, in a modest farmhouse on her in-laws’ sprawling estate in Vermo
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Art Show Calendar
American Modernism in Focus MENCONI + SCHOELKOPF New York, NY www.msfineart.com American Art HERITAGE AUCTIONS Dallas, TX www.ha.com Market Art + Design THE BRIDGEHAMPTON MUSEUM Bridgehampton, NY www.artmarkethamptons.com The View From Narrow Cove: B
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Behind Closed Doors
The idea of interior spaces—of contemplative quarters and windows into private lives—is explored at length during an exhibition at Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Private Life: Domestic and Interior Spaces in T
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Museum News
www.portlandmuseum.org A collaboration between the Portland Museum of Art and the Maine Humanities Council, Stories of Maine: An Incomplete History commemorates Maine’s 200th year of statehood. The exhibition aims to answer the question, “What is the
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Things Unseen
Joseph Cornell was always fascinated with gift giving. For an artist born on Christmas Eve, these sentiments carried on throughout his life—even until now through the Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation. Many of his early pieces were made a
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People & Places
Dr. Regina Palm is the new curator of American painting at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida. This new post was created to further the museum’s mission to advance the community’s knowledge and appreciation of the
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Leading the Way
When it comes to online sales at Christie’s, the American art department has made headway with consigners and bidders, which has come in handy as spring and summer sales have shifted away from live, in-person events to online-only sales due to the on
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Committed
We have been publishing American Fine Art Magazine for eight years now and don’t plan on going anywhere at all during this difficult time in American history. In fact, not only are we still continuing to publish this magazine every single month to he
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