Published: December 31, 2002
NEWPORT, R.I. – “” is on view this month at the Roger King Gallery of Fine Art, 21 Bowen’s Wharf. The exhibit features works by American artists whose subject matter is geographically and chronologically “near and far.”
On view are paintings from the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s by William B. Baird, Edward Bannister, Frederick Batcheller, Gifford Beal, Anna Richards Brewster, Alfred Bricher, Fernando Carter, J. Foxcroft Cole, Franklin DeHaven, F. Usher DeVoll, Robert S. Suncanson, Charles H. Gifford, Robert S. Gifford, Joseph Gleeson, William Hart, Joseph Hatfield, Marshall Johnson, Charles W. Knapp, Louis Aston Knight, Robert Henry Logan, Molly Luce, Paul Moro, Felix A. Peckman, J.E.C. Peterson, Charles E. Porter, William Trost Richards, J.W.A. Scott, Frank Shapleigh and Stacy Tolman.
“” will be on exhibit all winter. The Roger King Gallery of Fine Art is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. For information, 401-847-4359, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit rkingfinearts.com.
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