All posts tagged “Jr.

Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits at The Rockwell Museum, Corning, New York, through May 5, 2019

“Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits, from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, is on view at The Rockwell Museum. The collection features the work of the celebrated photographer throughout a storied career that spanned more than six decades. Karsh believed that ‘the heart and the mind are the true lens of the camera,’… Read More

Radiant with Color & Art: McLoughlin Brothers and the Business of Picture Books, 1858-1920 at The Grolier Club, December 6, 2017 – February 3, 2018

“The McLoughlin brothers, John Jr. (1827–1905) and Edmund (1833/4–1889), were New York publishers who operated from 1858 to 1920. The firm that they founded produced books and games for children for over fifty years, a notable achievement for any business, but an especially important one in the history… Read More

Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1900–1960 at Whitney Museum of American Art, Opens April 28, 2017

“Focusing on works made from 1900 to 1960, Where We Are traces how artists have approached the relationships, institutions, and activities that shape our lives. Drawn entirely from the Whitney’s holdings, the exhibition is organized around five themes: family and community, work, home, the spiritual, and the nation. During… Read More