Spring 2009 issue of The Gallery

  • Art & Antique Gallery Features Hawthorne Estate- page 2
  • John Henry Twachtman in Greenwich- page 4
  • A Fine Thing: Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts Celebrates Its Second Anniversary- page 4
  • Maynard Dixon Country coming in August-page 6
  • Schoonover Catalogue Raisonne to be released- page 8
  • In a Class of Her Own: M. Jean MacLane - page 8
  • State of the Art Market: Illustration and Comic Art- page 10
  • Harvard Gallery Celebrates Spring with New Arrivals- page 11
  • The American Painter David Walkley is Featured by Roger King Fine Art- page 12
  • Buying (and Insuring) in a Collector's Market- page 12
  • Alex Maldonado (1901-1989): Green Ahead of his Time- page 13
  • Crane Collection Features Emma Fordyce MacRae- page 14
  • Harold B. Warren and Mount Desrt Island, Watercolors at Clark Point Gallery-page 15
  • Charles Woodbury: Lines of the Sea- page 16
  • Charles Capps Prints Featured at Zaplin Lampert Gallery- page 20
  • Clarence Kerr Chatterton (1880-1973) an Artist's Artist- page 21
  • A Major Spring Exhibition and Sale of the Artwork of William Trost Richards- page 22
  • The Importance of Brooklyn Bridge Art- page 24
  • Spring Brochure Showcases Sculpture Acquisitions At Conner Rosenkranz- page 25
  • Locust Grove Invitational Fie Art Auction to be Held April 26 in Poughkeepsie- page 26
  • Home on the Hudson: Women and Men Painting Landscapes 1825-1875- page 27
  • The Los Angeles Art Show- page 28
  • Laurence Krasny Brown Show in New York City- page 30
  • New Acquistions at Godel & Co.- page 31
  • High Art in Low Times- page 32
  • Philip Martiny, Captain of Industry, Sculptor of the Beaux Arts Style in America- page 32
  • Fashion in the Golden Age- page 33
  • Gallery Seeks Work by Howard Pyle and His Many Students- page 33
  • Quality and Camaraderie Birng Fine Art Dealers Together- page 34
  • Cache of Bill Traylor Works Comes to Market- page 36

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