This week, I’ve written about two different kinds of American art for DailyArt Magazine. One is fairly typical for me, while the other focuses on a topic I don’t get to engage with nearly as often as I wish.
First of all, I wrote a brief article about Winslow Homer and his images rural and coastal life in the post-Civil War American northeast. All the paintings and prints included in the article are from The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, with whom DailyArt Magazine currently has a partnership.
“Winslow Homer – Painter of America”. Published on DailyArt Magazine, October 6, 2020.
Then, I got the scoop about a cool exhibition of Native American art, which opens to the public today, The Donald Ellis Gallery in New York, which specializes in Native American art from the United States and Canada, is showing a slew of Native American artworks (mostly drawings) in the online Frieze Viewing Room.
“Native American Art from Donald Ellis Gallery at the Frieze Viewing Room”. Published on DailyArt Magazine, October 8, 2020.