Stories

People like you have shared their ideas, knowledge, and stories as they relate to the art in our collection. Read about what people think about the art and artists you love here. Visit an individual work of art or artist page to add your story to our collection.

  • About "Walter Erlebacher"

    In the early 1980's, I studied Anatomy with Walter. lt was an intimate, lecture-and-do format, with a live model. There were only eight students. He had his own ideas about how Anatomy should be taught, and he devised the course accordingly--like our own School of Athens. We were all spellbound to

    Thomas Hayes
  • About "Jerome Kaplan: Sedgwick Station III"

    I actually lived in the Sedgwick Station with my family until I was 6 years old. (1965) There was a whole house in there! Very fond memories. I can still remember the Grand Victorian Style.

    Joanne
  • About "Jerome Kaplan: Sedgwick Station III"

    I actually lived in the Sedgwick Station with my family until I was 6 years old. (1965) There was a whole house in there! Very fond memories. I can still remember the Grand Victorian Style.

    Joanne
  • About "Barbara Bullock"

    Your work has gotten even more powerful and beautiful throughout the years. You stayed true to yourself and are now recognized for your greatness!! I am so proud of you. I live in North Carolina now. Be blessed, stay safe.

    Debbie B.
  • About "Jimmy Lueders: Portrait of Armand Mednick"

    Jimmy, Armand and Larry Day played poker monthly at each others homes and shared a dinner as well. Not sure who other members of their "club" were. EO

    Elizabeth Osborne
  • About "Walter Baum"

    I have a William Trego sketch on Masonite that was given to Baum then Baums son was known to glue the works of Trego varnish and sell them. I found one in the dumpster. Just thought it was a beat up old sketch that was done by a very good artist. Two years later, I find out through museum Raisonne

    Sarah zimmer