American Perspectives: An Exhibition of Works on Paper
May 21, 2003 through June 24, 2003
A Few Words About the Exhibit
In the academic tradition, all great works of art begin on paper. Drawing is the prerequisite skill of artistic greatness and , often, important works of art were resolved and refined as they went from drawings to watercolors to oil studies to finished paintings. Sullivan Goss has assembled highly finished works by some of America's artistic giants. These subtle, beautiful works let collectors develop an intimacy with the working process of geniuses.
Robert Benney | Thomas Hart Benton | Colin Campbell Cooper | Rudolph Cronau | Francis de Erdely | Lorser Feitelson | Frederick Carl Frieske | Samuel Lancaster Gerry | John Haberle | Childe Hassam | Martin Johnson Heade | William Morris Hunt | Daniel Huntington | David Johnson | Eastman Johnson | Daniel Ridgeway Knight | Wright Luddington | Ben Messick | Alfred Jacob Miller | William Rickarby Miller | Peter Moran | Douglas Parshall | Henry Ward Ranger | William Trost Richards | Francis Hopkinson Smith | John Henry Twachtman | James Abbott McNeill Whistler | James Will | Stanton MacDonald Wright