american art

Sargent .jpgNew York —American Art comes to Swann Galleries on June 14 with a highly curated

vssgaa_new-entrance_600.jpgSAN MARINO, Calif. —The Huntington Library

NEW YORK—Moonlight on a Creek, circa 1928-29, Oscar Bluemner’s masterful symphony of form and color (est. $600,000) highlights the extraordinary King Collection of American Art in Heritage

BENTONVILLE, AR — Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will soon debut a new acquisition of a major work by American Modernist painter Edward Hopper (1882-1967). The work, titled Blackwell’s Island, offers a view of what is now known as Roosevelt Island, located off Manhattan in the East River. The work will be exhibited in the museum’s Early Twentieth-Century Art Gallery, among works

CHADDS FORD, PA April 2012 -- The Chadds Ford studio where Andrew Wyeth, one of the most beloved and significant artists in American history, painted many of his most important works of art, will open for tours in the summer of 2012. Given to the Brandywine River Museum by the artist's wife, Betsy James Wyeth, the studio has undergone careful restoration to preserve its appearance when it was
Lincoln, Neb., August 10th, 2010 —University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries announced that it has received more than 11,000 books and exhibition catalogues donated by Stuart P. Embury, M.D., of Holdrege, a 1966 graduate of UNL and 1969 UNMC graduate. Embury amassed what is considered one of the top private book collections on American art in the United