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Title: Under the Greenwood Date: 1881 Artist: George Inness Dimensions: 36 1/8 x 29 1/8 in. (91.8 x 74 cm) Frame: 46 1/4 x 39 1/4 in. (117.5 x 99.7 cm) Medium: Oil on canvas Credit Line: Purchased with funds from the State of North Carolina Object Number: 52.9.17 Culture: American Signed: At lower left: G. Inness 1881 Marks: Inscribed on original stretcher bar (now attached to new stretcher
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Posted: (7 days ago) Title: Under the Greenwood Date: 1881 Artist: George Inness Dimensions: 36 1/8 x 29 1/8 in. (91.8 x 74 cm) Frame: 46 1/4 x 39 1/4 in. (117.5 x 99.7 cm) Medium: Oil on canvas Credit Line: Purchased with funds from the State of North Carolina Object Number: 52.9.17 Culture: American Signed: At lower left: G. Inness 1881 Marks: Inscribed on original stretcher bar (now attached to new stretcher ...
Portrait of Emy – NCMALearn
Posted: (16 days ago) In Portrait of Emy, the artist transforms his wife’s pensive face into a stark yet strangely serene mask.However, serenity is upset by the fiery color. Writing soon after this portrait was painted, the German art historian (and founding director of this museum) W. R. Valentiner declared that the willfully unnatural colors of the portrait “express the struggle between vision and reality ...
Andrea Donnelly: We’ve Met Before - Exhibitions - NCMA ...
Posted: (8 days ago) North Carolina–raised artist Andrea Donnelly explores the dynamic between the formulaic methods of handwoven cloth and the impulsiveness of ink in the creation of her larger-than-life textiles, featuring images of the human body, blots, and delicate floral abstractions.
Permanent Collection- American - NCMA - North Carolina ...
Posted: (7 days ago) The Museum’s American art collection encompasses paintings and sculpture from the late colonial period (mid-18th century) to the advent of modern art in the early 20th century, beginning with three imposing portraits by John Singleton Copley, the country’s first great artist, and concluding with a vibrant group of paintings by the leading American impressionists.
Spring on the Missouri – NCMALearn
Posted: (7 days ago) About. In February 1937 Thomas Hart Benton was sent by the Kansas City Star to sketch the flood-devastated region of southeastern Missouri. The artist reported that “the roads of the flood country were full of movers . . . Every once in a while seepage from under the levee would force evacuation of a house and you would see a great struggle to get animals and goods out of the rising water.”
Art in Translation: Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook - Exhibitions ...
Posted: (18 days ago) In a series of photographs and videos, Rasdjarmrearnsook presents framed reproductions of famous works of art—those that would be familiar to many Eurocentric audiences, such as Edouard Manet’s Luncheon on the Grass and Pierre Auguste Renoir’s Ball at the Moulin de la Galette—to rural Thai villagers, recording their reactions to works unfamiliar to them.
Circa - North Carolina Museum of Art
Posted: (7 days ago) Earth casting is an affordable way of making very big things that are very strong and permanent. But more important than that, it’s a way of working whereby human intention—what I want, what I engineer—is in balance with nature, in this case the geology of the ground, which pushes back and affects the work.
Employment NCMA - NCMA - North Carolina Museum of Art
Posted: (4 days ago) The North Carolina Museum of Art is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam-era veterans, and ...