Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Bart's Wondrous Paintbox

My dear friend Bart, director of exhibitions at Hudson River Museum, is getting
great notice for "Paintbox Leaves: Autumnal Inspiration from Cole to Wyeth,' focusing on American artist's fascination with Autumn. It runs through January 16, and showcases both 19th century art and later impressionists and contemporary landscape painters...

Here's Arthur Dove's Abstraction of Autumn Leaves from 1939...

Bill Sullivan's 'View from Olana with Foliage' from 2005... He's still alive!

Finally, from 1827, Thomas Cole's 'The Clove Catskills'....

A brief clip on Arts around town from SundayArts News:

Watch the full episode. See more SundayArts.

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