Citations with the tag: NATIONAL Academy (U.S.)
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- Art forum.
Nasatir, Judith // Interior Design; Aug97, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p21
Looks at the hosting of `The Tenth Street Studio Building: Artist-Entrepreneurs From The Hudson River School To The American Impressionist' by the National Academy of Design from August 21st to November 16th 1997. Who is the original curator of the exhibit; Who designed the Greenwich village...
- Surprise on fifth.
Dudar, H. // Town & Country; Sep89, Vol. 143 Issue 5112, p242
Reports on the National Academy of Design located on Fifth Avenue, New York City. Attendance in recent years; John Dobkin's association with the museum; The museum's collection.
- National Academy calls for entries.
Dudar, H. // American Artist; Nov1997, Vol. 61 Issue 664, p70
States that the National Academy of Design, which changed its name in summer of 1997 to the National Academy Museum in New York, announced a general call for entries to its 173rd Annual Exhibition. Features of the Annual Exhibition; Schedule of the exhibition; Previous Annual Exhibitions.
- Redesigning a Reputation.
Grant, Daniel // American Artist; May2002, Vol. 66 Issue 718, p20
Focuses on the restructuring of the annual art exhibitions organized by the National Academy of Design (NAD) in New York City. Background of NAD and its annual art exhibitions; Actions taken by the NAD to professionalize the exhibitions; Reasons behind the dissatisfaction of artists with NAD.
Grant, Daniel // America; 1/29/1910, Vol. 2 Issue 16, p431
The article reviews the Winter Exhibition at the National Academy in New York in 1910.
- Museum accessions.
Gustafson, Eleanor H. // Magazine Antiques; Nov2000, Vol. 158 Issue 5, p622
Presents an update on art museums in the United States as of November 2000. Museum where the portraits of Joseph Atkins and Mary Dudley Wainwright, prominent people in Massachusetts during the 1700s, can be viewed; Information on some important works that have been donated at the National...
- IN PICTURE LAND.
G. F. P. // America; 1/1/1910, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p317
The article reviews several exhibitions in the U.S. in 1909 which include the annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design in March, the exhibition of Animals in Black and White at the Lenox Library, and the Hudson-Fulton Loan Collection at the Metropolitan Museum.
- Small wonder: The forgotten art of Giuseppe de Nittis.
Naves, Mario // New Criterion; Jun95, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p47
Reviews the exhibition `Masterpieces of Nineteenth-Century Italian Painting from the Gaetano Marzotto Collection' at the National Academy of Design in New York City.
- Blue Notes (and Red, and Yellow...).
Avery, Susan // New York; 4/8/2002, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p124
Reports on the participatory performance of jazz vocalist Alison Crockett in the National Academy of Design's program for museum tours for children. Title of the program; Curator of the academy.
- The Annual Report.
Newhall, Edith // New York; 4/29/2002, Vol. 35 Issue 14, p83
Provides information on the '177th Annual,' an exhibition of works by artists and architects from the National Academy of Design. Examples of the artists and architects featured in the exhibit.
- At the fairs.
Ledes, Allison Eckardt // Magazine Antiques; Jan2003, Vol. 163 Issue 1, p20
Presents fairs on antiques in New York for January 2003. Announcement of the return of the Winter Antique Show to the Seventh Regiment Armory on Park Avenue; Exhibition of forty objects loaned from the permanent collection of the Shelburne Museum; Congregation of the New York Ceramics Fair at...
- Americans in Italy.
Wilkin, Karen // New Criterion; Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p42
The article reviews the exhibition "Italia! Muse to American Artists, 1830-2005," at the National Academy Museum in New York City from July 5, 2006 through December 31, 2006.
- Gallery chronicle.
Panero, James // New Criterion; Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p54
The article reviews the exhibitions "Luminist Horizons: The Art and Collection of James A. Suydam," at the National Academy Museum in New York City from September 14-December 31, 2006, and "Giorgio Morandi," at Paul Thiebaud Gallery in New York City on September 12-October 28, 2006.
- The National Academy Museum "Asian Influences and Dreams".
Panero, James // Diplomatic Courier; Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p89
The article reviews the exhibition "Asian Influences and Dreams," featuring Asian antiquities, to be held at the National Academy Museum in New York City from February 5 to April 6, 2013.
- The Blue Robe.
Panero, James // Art in America; Sep2011, Vol. 99 Issue 8, p48
The article mentions the exhibitions and seminars being offered by New York City-based National Academy Museum and School for September to December 2011, which include the "Aligning Abstraction" and "Parabolas to Post-Modern: American Literature" exhibition.
Panero, James // Art Newspaper; Jan2010 Year Ahead, p111
A calendar of art fairs is presented including the Miami International Art Fair to be held on January 7 to 10, 2010 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida, the London Art Fair to be held on January 13 to 17, 2010 at the Business Design Centre in London, England, and the New...
- Toward a Federal Art Program.
Grafly, Dorothy // American Artist; Oct1954, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p32
The article explores the separate report commissioned by the Committee on Government and Art and the National Academy of Design (NAD), on the development of a federal art program in the U.S. The "Report of the Committee on Government and Art" recommends professional artist representation on...
- The National Academy Museum and School Gets an Artful Renovation.
Ruhling, Nancy A. // Maine Antique Digest; Dec2011, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p1
The article focuses on the artful renovation of the National Academy Museum and School located in Manhattan, New York City.
- The American Art Fair 2009.
Solis-Cohen, Lita // Maine Antique Digest; Apr2010, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p1
The article reviews the exhibition the American Art Fair at the National Academy Museum in New York on December 11, 2009.
- Ceramics Fair 2010.
Solis-Cohen, Lita // Maine Antique Digest; Apr2010, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p1
The article reviews the exhibition the Ceramics Fair 2010 at the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts in New York from January 19-24.
- Go figure.
Stevens, Mark // New York; 3/11/96, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p54
Features `The Figure in American Sculpture: A Question of Modernity,' an exhibition at the National Academy of Design in New York City organized by Ilene Susan Fort. What the exhibition includes; The exhibition contrasted to the Guggenheim's large survey of abstract art; Brief mention of the...
- Ceramics and glass in New York.
Ledes, Allison Eckardt // Magazine Antiques; Jan2002, Vol. 161 Issue 1, p26
Highlights the exhibitions of the New York Ceramics Fair held at the National Academy of Design in New York, New York. Distinction of the exhibitions relative to Japanese ceramics and American studio ceramics movement; Specifications of the glass collections displayed in the exhibitions;...
- Luteolin Tames the Flames.
Dye, Dayna // Life Extension; Sep2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p24
The article offers information related to the research on the effect of luteolin in microglia. According to the reports from the Proceeding of the National Academy of Science, the flavonoid luteolin may help reduce inflammation in the brain. Accordingly, researchers gave varying concentration of...
- Thomas Hiram Hotchkiss rediscovered.
Ledes, Allison Eckardt // Magazine Antiques; Nov93, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p600
Features the `Dreams and Shadows: Thomas H. Hotchkiss in 19th-Century Italy,' an exhibition at the National Academy of Design in New York, New York. Display of artist Thomas Hiram Hotchkiss' paintings organized by Barbara Novak for the New-York Historical Society; Hotchkiss' tour of European...
- emerging artists.
Ledes, Allison Eckardt // Art Business News; Aug2008, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p42
The article profiles artist Rosanne Kaloustian in the U.S. The works of Kaloustian projects feeling of warmth and tranquility, which she receives a full scholarship to the National Academy of Design. After traveling to Europe on studies program, she started a career in fine arts and...
- John F. Carlson.
Carlson, John F. // American Artist; Dec1942, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p12
The article features John F. Carlson, famous painter of the forest, as of 1942. Carlson was born in 1875 in Sweden. He has been a member of the National Academy of Design since 1925 and belongs to many other art societies. It is stated that has been fascinated by trees and through his study of...
- Art Associations and Organizations.
Carlson, John F. // American Artist; Feb1979, Vol. 43 Issue 439, p86
The article features art associations and organizations in the U.S. The American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society were established in 1866 solely for the advancement of the craft of watercolor painting. The National Academy of Design in New York, founded in 1825, boasts of...
- A Model for Today's Painters.
LANGER, SANDRA // American Artist; Sep1985, Vol. 49 Issue 518, p56
The article profiles painter Karl Anderson. It notes that naturalism was central to Anderson's practice and he understood color relationships as well as any modern artists. He was an instructor at the National Academy of Design, teaching chemistry of color. He was born in Ohio on January 13,...
Moss, E. Lynne // American Artist; Sep1997, Vol. 61 Issue 662, p42
Offers a look at the public and private self-portrait collections. How the National Academy Museum and the School of Fine Arts in New York City acquired its collection; Scope of self-portraits in the National Self-Portrait Collection of Ireland in Limerick; Historical importance of...
- Award Winners Announced At the National Academy Museum's Annual Invitational Exhibition.
Moss, E. Lynne // American Artist; Jun2010, Vol. 74 Issue 810, p12
The article reports on the awards presented to artists during the 185th Annual Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art of the National Academy Museum in New York City.
- Sperry Andrews.
WATSON, ERNEST W. // American Artist; Nov1952, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p22
An interview with artist Sperry Andrews of Ridgefield, Connecticut is presented. His art career began at the National Academy of Design in New York where he studied for three and one-half years, and at the Tiffany Foundation for two six-week periods. It says that painters Morris Kantor and...
- Two Norwegian artists delve into symbolism from different angles.
Strickland, Carol // Christian Science Monitor; 11/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 241, p12
Informs about the exhibition of the paintings of Norwegian painters Edvard Munch and Harald Sohlberg to be held at the National Academy of Design in `Landscapes of the Mind,' from January 14, 1996. Discussion on the style of the two painters; Common and distinctive features of their paintings.
- Albert Wein stylizes the Classic Tradition.
Friedlander, Gordon // Sculpture Review; 1990 4th Quarter, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p16
The article features sculptor Albert Wein. Wein continued his studies evenings at the National Academy of Design and then at the Beaux Arts Institute of Design when his family returned to New York City during the late 1920s. In 1941, the U.S. Post Office in Frankfort, New York gave Wein a...
- Escape, artists.
Newhall, Edith // New York; 2/3/97, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p74
Details the exhibition `Community of Creativity: A Century of MacDowell Colony Artists' at the National Academy of Design in New York City. The idea behind the exhibition; The artists featured in the exhibition; The history of the MacDowell Colony, based in New Hampshire; The dates for the...
- Leo Manso.
Newhall, Edith // Provincetown Arts; Fall86, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p7
An interview with painter Leo Mason is presented. When asked about the problem he encountered when he works within the circle, he stated that nothing is stable because it rolls endlessly, and it is interesting to see how much the circle, the curved form appears in Oriental art and how much the...
- The paintings of PAUL ZIMMERMAN.
PITZ, HENRY C. // American Artist; Jan1960, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p36
The article features American modernist painter Paul Zimmerman. In a five-year span, the 38-year-old artist widely exhibited his works that dealt with a variety of subjects, such as figure compositions, still life, architectural, and landscapes. His works garnered numerous awards, and many were...
- Veiled in a Strong White Light.
HUGHES, ROBERT // Time; 6/6/1977, Vol. 109 Issue 23, p113
The article offers information on the 73-year old abstract painter Giorgio Cavallon, who is one of the first abstract painters in New York in 1930s. It states that Cavallon, who studies art at the National Academy of Design in New York, first work as mechanic, winding armatures at plant in...
- The Paintings of BETTY WARREN.
KENT, NORMAN // American Artist; May1967, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p36
The article features artist Betty Warren and her works. Warren was born in New York and studied at the National Academy, and later at the Cape School of Art in Provincetown where she learned color seeing. She later acquired a farm in Kinderhook, in the same state, but continued to travel...
- CLYDE SINGER: OHIO PAINTER.
BONHAM, ROGER D. // American Artist; Feb1969, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p58
The article discusses the career of Ohio-based painter Clyde Singer. Singer is the assistant director of the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown. He also worked at the "Vindicator" newspaper as an art critic and columnist. Since Singer started exhibiting nationally in 1935, he has won...
- lla McAfee of the White Horse Studio.
NELSON, MARY CARROLL // American Artist; Jan1981, Vol. 45 Issue 462, p64
A biography of American artist Ila McAfee is presented. She was born on October 21, 1897 and studied at West Lake School of Art and Haz Art School in Los Angeles, California, the Western State College of Colorado, and at the National Academy of Design in New York City. She is known best for her...
- INTERVIEW with THADDEUS E. CLANCY, BS.
NELSON, MARY CARROLL // Forensic Examiner; Fall2010, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p120
An interview with Thaddeus Clancy, instructional research analyst at the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Behavioral Science Unit (BSU), is presented. When asked about his duties, he refers that he is responsible for supporting four instructors within the BSU. He supports National...
- ADVICE FROM EXPERTS: PRINCIPLES TO GUIDE A CAREER.
Patterson, Beth // American Artist: Watercolor; Summer2004, Vol. 10 Issue 39, p8
The article discusses the guiding principles that influenced the careers of Edward Betts and Glenn Bradshaw in watercolor. Betts and Bradshaw are both are members of the American Watercolor Society and the National Academy of Design. They are now retired but continue to exhibit their paintings,...
- Layering Colors, Shapes, and Textures.
DOHERTY, M. STEPHEN // American Artist: Watercolor; Summer2004, Vol. 10 Issue 39, p44
The article features Peggy Brown, an artist who uses various paints, papers, and drawing materials to develop the surfaces of her paintings. Brown describes herself as a watercolorist and works with torn and printmaking paper, charcoal, pastel, fabric dye and egg tempera. She studied printmaking...
- JADE FON.
NELSON, MARY CARROLL // American Artist; Aug1985, Vol. 49 Issue 517, p60
The article features master artist and master teacher Jade Fon. He taught watercolor techniques through the California Adult Education Program and the Livermore Art Association where he demonstrated the painting clouds in rapid strokes of pastel in different mood, weather and form. He points out...
- Susan Shatter: The View From the Top.
Ekperigin, Naomi // American Artist: Watercolor; Spring2011, Vol. 17 Issue 66, p88
The article features Susan Shatter, an art teacher at the National Academy Museum and School in New York City. It states that the artist is reputed for her paintings of seascapes and landscapes and prefers oil, but shifted later to watercolor as a medium along with industrial sheets of paper for...
- Freeing the figure.
Duncan, Michael // Art in America; Apr96, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p44
Presents information on a traveling exhibition in New York `The Figurative in American Sculpure: A Question of Modernity' which examines American figurative sculpture from the 1809s to World War II. Organizer of the exhibition; Focus of the display; Names of artists; Description of the pieces...
- The Art of Gardner Symons.
KENNY, M. // America; 2/26/1910, Vol. 2 Issue 20, p526
The article focuses on the art of Gardner Symons. It cites that the Carnegie prize for the most meritorious oil painting in the Winter Exhibition of the National Academy of Design in the U.S. February 1910 was given to Symons, for his painting "Opalescent River." It mentions that the said...
- The Work of an American Catholic Artist.
Larmour, Victoria A. // America; 11/3/1917, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p83
A profile of American artist Adelaide Magner is presented. It mentions that Magner, who is a native of Minnesota, received her early education from the Sisters of St. Francis and obtained her professional training from the best masters who furnished her talent as an artist. She exhibited her...
- You Go, Girls.
Block, Annie; McMenamin, Mark; Edwards, Meghan // Interior Design; May2012, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p52
The article previews the art exhibition "Women's Work," which will feature work by female artists and designers including Louise Bourgeois, Dorothea Rockburne and Mary Cassatt, held at the National Academy Museum & School in New York City, through August 26, 2012.
- Taking the Census.
Edmonds, Francis William // Public Voices; 2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p1
The article focuses on the portrayal of census in the work of artist Francis William Edmonds. It states that Edmonds work has displayed a father counting on his fingers to provide his family statistics to a white-bearded census. Moreover, it mentions the observation made by a reviewer to...