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  • About "William H. Campbell: Officers Only"

    The Horter influence is evident.

    Bruce Rauffenbart
  • About "Herbert Pullinger: Building Ships"

    Pullinger's works are so evocative of a time of big and busy industry and so accomplished as lithographs. Great to see them.

    Liza Quinn
  • About "Nelson Shanks: Christina, American Nude"

    Not through the museum, but you might be able to find something from Nelson Shanks's website.

    Woodmere Art Museum
  • About "Nelson Shanks: Christina, American Nude"

    Are prints of Christina available for purchase?

  • About "Patricia Brock Ingersoll: Styrofoam Cups"

    This is excellent, negotiating the fine line of reporting pure observation and the intelligence that comes from a lifetime of careful looking and invention. I love looking at this drawing.

  • About "Samuel Joseph Brown: Wash Girl"

    As I recall Sam Brown taught Commercial Art in the Philadelphia Public School system at Dobbins Vocational High School. In the fall of 1967 I entered the two-year post high school program at Dobbins to pursue commercial art. As a teacher Sam Brown made a memorable impression on me not only for his

    Clarence Morgan