Issue 32

Past Issue

American Fine Art Magazine #32

March 2017

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Gallery Shows


58

Worthy of the Ages

Questroyal Fine Art hosts annual Hudson River School exhibition with more than 100 paintings on view

62

The Art of Tomorrow

The Museum of Non-Objective Painting: The Birth of the Guggenheim is on exhibition at the Leila Heller Gallery in New York City

66

Color and Space

Debra Force Fine Art highlights works from the second half of Herman Maril’s career

68

Melodic Compositions

Gerald Peters Contemporary presents first U.S. solo exhibition for Sam Middleton with work spanning three decades on view

70

Everyday Americans

Thomas Hart Benton’s regionalist works celebrated in new exhibition at John H. Surovek Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida

Departments


22


26

Museum News



31

New Acquisition



34

Art Market Update



36

People & Places


Columns


38

What an Eye



50

Prized Possessions

Paintings by winners of the Pulitzer Art Scholarship are featured in this Pittsburgh collection

Features


42

Inspired Influence

Matisse and American Art at the Montclair Art Museum focuses on the French master’s impact on American modern art

Events & Fairs


74

Engaging with Art

The Art Dealers Association of America presents curated exhibitions from 72 galleries during 29th annual Art Show

78

Art and History

The 55th annual Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show features 59 dealer booths and a loan exhibition of American flags

80

American Artifacts

The Winter Antiques Show boasted strong attendance and sales

Museum Exhibitions


82

An Artist Revealed

A comprehensive exhibition examining the persona of Georgia O’Keeffe opens March 3 at Brooklyn Museum

86

No Jury, No Prizes

The Delaware Art Museum showcases the Society of Independent Artists

90

Forms of Influence

James A. Michener Art Museum presents a groundbreaking exhibition, Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photograph and Sculptural Form

92

A Medium Comes of Age

Philadelphia Museum of Art surveys the development of the watercolor movement in American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent

96

The Big Four

Exhibition focusing on Nebraska regionalist Dale Nichols now open at Museum of Nebraska Art

Auctions


100

Noteworthy Examples

Approximately 300 lots will cross the block during John Moran Auctioneers’ two-session California & American Fine Art sale

104

In the Wild

Western lots at the April 8 Scottsdale Art Auction to include top pieces by Russell, Remington, Taos artists and others

108

A True Cowboy

Important Charles M. Russell pieces will be available at an auction that bears his name in his hometown of Great Falls, Montana

110

Joint Auction Previews



114

Competitive Bidding

New and returning buyers drive Freeman’s December 4 American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists sale to $1.8 million

116

Modernism Shines

High sales and shattered records mark the Santa Fe Art Auction December 3 and 4 in New Mexico

118

Joint Auction Reports


Galleries in this Issue








Connecticut Spring Antiques Show

Connecticut Spring Antiques Show

CT


New Orleans Auctions Galleries

New Orleans Auctions Galleries

LA


Architectural Digest Design Show

Architectural Digest Design Show

NY



Burchfield Penney Art Center

Burchfield Penney Art Center

NY







The Philidelphia Antiques & Art Show

The Philidelphia Antiques & Art Show

PA