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 "Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne: Martin’s Hackeys"

    Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne should be cross referenced as an impressionist, Pennsylvania Impressionist Movement, and landscape artist

    Charles C. Coyne
  • About "Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne: Martin’s Hackeys"

    This painting is a theme from my great-aunts youth. I have a small drawing apparently done before she studied art, and also a later pencil study on brown paper. I also have some concern that it Is mid catalogued as "Martin's Hackneys" and may be "Mare and Foal "

    Charles C. Coyne
  • About "Richard S. Chew: Afternoon"

    I am the older girl in this painting. I grew up on Jamestown, RI. My mother worked for Mr. Chew's mom during the summer. I was thirteen and my little sister was 8 years old. Although she appears to be gazing out to sea, she was actually pouting. I remember attending a party at Mr Chew's h

    Gaelyn Bunker
  • About "William H. Campbell: Double Exposure"

    This is a painting of Bill's studio. It brings fond memories. I sat in those yellow chairs at his table many times on my visits. Bill had been my father's studio partner for 27 years at 3 different locations around center city and I shared the last studio at 1715 Walnut St. with Bill for

    Bruce Rauffenbart
  • About "William H. Campbell: Double Exposure"

    Hi Bruce! Great looking room - I can feel the warmth of the sun through the window. Thanks for sharing such a pleasant image. Emmet

    emmet robinson
  • About "Franklin D. Briscoe : Off Dieppe"

    Is it possible or do you any paintings by Artist Franklin D. Briscoe w/out his signature except his name on the frame? I received a painting from my auntie w/out signature. It just said, "Coast of Normandy", "1879", Franklin D. Briscoe" on the bottom middle of the frame. Th

    DT