ArtMagick Exhibition Listings
The exhibitions section is currently being refreshed, and will be relaunched soon.
In partnership with TGW Solutions
FROM WINSLOW HOMER TO EDWARD HOPPER: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR MASTERPIECES FROM THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM
The Brooklyn Museum holds one of the oldest and finest public collections of American art in the United States, certainly within the top five in the country. Among its holdings is an extensive collection of watercolors. Seventy of the best will be lent to the Taft Museum of Art. Ranging in date from the late 18th century to 1945, the works represent all the major movements in American art, with an emphasis on landscape and scenes of daily life: late 18th- century picturesque view-painting; the Hudson River School’s ideal landscapes; post–Civil War realism; American Impressionism; early 20th-century modernist abstractions; and American Scene painting of the 1920s and 30s, also known as Regionalism.
Where & When
No messages have been posted about this exhibition. Post a new message (requires login).