Art and the River at The James A. Michener Art Museum

11 Aug 2008

 James A. Michener Art Museum exhibitionMiller Lace Factory oilThe James A. Michener Art Museum, in New Hope, Pennsylvania, will host this exhibition celebrating the influence of Bucks County Pennsylvania's waterways (the Delaware River and Delaware Canal) on regional landscape artists.

Art and the River
Through October 5
The James A. Michener Art Museum
New Hope, Pennsylvania
(215) 862-7633

The James A. Michener Art Museum, in New Hope, Pennsylvania, will host this exhibition celebrating the influence of Bucks County Pennsylvania's waterways (the Delaware River and Delaware Canal) on regional landscape artists. The show includes more than 50 historic and contemporary paintings, drawings, and photographs created by artists such as William L. Lathrop, Daniel Garber, Edward Redfield, R.A.D Miller, Diane Burko, and Alan Goldstein. In all, the work of nearly 40 artists will be showcased, with styles ranging from plein air painting and impressionism to abstract interpretations of the landscape.

Garber Lowry's Hill oil Goldstein Upriver From Lumberville Walking Bridge II oil Miller Lace Factory oil
Lowry's Hill
by Daniel Garber, 1922, oil, 50 x 61. Collection Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Upriver From Lumberville Walking Bridge II
by Alan Goldstein, ca. 1981, oil, 65 x 96½. Collection James A. Michener Art Museum, New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Lace Factory
by R.A.D. Miller, oil, 21 x 28. Collection James A. Michener Art Museum, New Hope, Pennsylvania.

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