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Sargent and the Sea at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Sargent and the Sea at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston

. February 16, 2010

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, will feature more than 80 paintings, watercolors, and drawings of seascapes and coastal scenes from the early career of the pre-eminent late-19th-century American expatriate painter John Singer Sargent (1856—1925), open through May 23, 2010. Following a presentation at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., this fall, Houston´s […]

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Museum of Arts and Design to Partner with Fountain Art Fair

. February 16, 2010

Guests will be the first to view over 20 progressive new art projects presented by Fountain Art Fair New York, NY – For the first time, the Museum of Arts and Design will partner with Fountain Art Fair, the alternative pick for NYC’s 2010 Armory weekend running March 4 – 7, 2010. Fountain Art Fair […]

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Abstract Visions: 20th Century American Art at The Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art

. February 15, 2010

The Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art presents “Abstract Visions: 20th Century American Art”. Selected from Cheekwood’s permanent art collection, these paintings and works on paper form a survey of abstract art from the second half of the 20th Century. On view through May 3. www.cheekwood.org

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Faster than the Eye Can See: Photographs by Harold Edgerton at The Delaware Art Museum

Faster than the Eye Can See: Photographs by Harold Edgerton at The Delaware Art Museum

. February 14, 2010

The Delaware Art Museum presents Faster than the Eye Can See: Photographs by Harold Edgerton, featuring 18 photographs produced at ultra high-speed, open through April 25, 2010. Edgerton redefined the limits of vision, showing things invisible to the unaided eye by stopping time and making it possible to witness split seconds. Produced with a strobe […]

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Austin Museum of Art announces American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print

Austin Museum of Art announces American Letterpress: The Art of Hatch Show Print

. February 14, 2010

“Advertising without posters is like fishing without worms.” —The Hatch Brothers This sentiment was certainly true in 1879 when brothers Herbert H. and Charles R. Hatch opened Hatch Show Print, a printing shop in Nashville. Their handcrafted posters screamed slogans such as “More Power, More Pep,” “So Many Girls You Can’t Count Them All,” and […]

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