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  • About "Daniel Miller: Wind on Jones Point"

    I was given #29/30 of this woodcut on January 20, 2018. I received it just after a memorial service of an old friend of our family. A member of his family said, "Here. You might like this." Curiously, my family owns this property. It's located on Sebago Lake in Maine. Dan Miller: I w

    James Jones
  • About "Ben Kamihira: Green Chairs"

    Hi, I am a painter and sculptor and met Ben when I drove down from Boston (atellier Ives Gammel on my way south to Appalachia) around the time Ben painted "Green Chairs." (1973 or 74?) I looked him up at the PA because I was much impressed with his work, which I found very congenial to my

  • About "Victor Riu: Rhythm"

    Riu exhibited at Lehigh in 1955 in an exhibition arranged by Francis Quirk.

    Andrew Jay
  • About "Alice Kent Stoddard : The Puppies' Angel"

    Barbra, May I ask: what was the relationship between Sandy Stoddard and the artist?

    Bill Valerio
  • About "Alice Kent Stoddard : The Puppies' Angel"

    We now know that this portrait of Sandy Stoddard was painted during the fall of 1948 when Sandy was living at Alice Kent Stoddard's Chestnut Hill house on W. Gravers Lane after she married Joe Pearson. Alice then exhibited it at the National Academy of Design in 1948 #143.

    Barbra Stoddard
  • About "Farris Burdine Woolston: Rising Mist"

    This painting was done before I met Farris. I became her daughter-in-law. Farris had a gift for remembering landscapes she witnessed and then turning them into painted renditions, often with a surreal overlay or special use of a painting technique. I own an example: a visit to Creisham Valley in th

    Linda Huebenthal Woolston