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Artist: John Bradley ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Ralph Earl - Lucy Bradley 1794 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art American
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George Fuller Maidenhood (also Maidenhood Miss Bradley) oil on canvas 1881
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Bradley & Rulofson Portrait of Leland Stanford engraving 19th - 20th century
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John Joseph Enneking, American, 1840-1916 The Old Roundy House on the Neponset River about 1890
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William (Will) H. Bradley Bradley. His book. Prospectus color wood engraving wirh 3 pages of decorative typography 1896
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John Bradley - Mr. Fowler 1836 oil and distemper on Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester American
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John Bradley - Little Girl in Lavender c. 1840 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Untitled, Bradley & Rolufson  (Artist), circa 1860, Carte-de-visite
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Edward Seriven Bradley 18th - 19th century
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Ralph Earl, American, 1751-1801 Huldah Bradley 1794 Oil on canvas 112.08 x 81.6 cm (44
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Bradley & Rulofson Portrait of August Wilhelm photograph circa 1880
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Boy’s Bathing Suit, Bradley  (Label), circa 1940, Lastex, rayon, cotton, wool
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Obscured Lean To, Bradley Smith (1910 - 1997)  (Artist), 1975, Watercolor
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John Bradley Hudson, Jr., American, 1832-1903 Haying at Lapham"s Farm, Auburn, Maine 1859 Oil on
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William (Will) H. Bradley The Echo. (Poster) Color lithograph 19th - 20th century
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William (Will) H. Bradley Narcoticure. January 1895 Poster. 19th - 20th century
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’Fringilla’ by Richard Doddridge Blackmore, Will H. Bradley (United States, 1868 - 1962)  (Designer), 1895, Paper, cloth, rag paper, ink
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’Fringilla’ by Richard Doddridge Blackmore, Will H. Bradley (United States, 1868 - 1962)  (Designer), 1895, Paper, cloth, rag paper, ink
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William (Will) H. Bradley Ault and Wilborg color lithograph 1899 - 1900
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Tom Bradley, Sophie Calle (France, Paris, born 1953) , November 2002, Gelatin-silver print; text on paper
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Bradley & Rulofson Illumination and Salute on the Sand Lots - General Grant at San Francisco - From Harper's Weekly wood engraving 19th - 20th century
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Mayor Thomas Bradley, Charles White (United States, Illinois, Chicago, 1918 - 1979) , 1974, Lithograph on Arches buff paper
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Bradley Darius Davis Transformations Color woodcut printed on silk mounted on rag paper 1994
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Bradley Walker Tomlin - Number 20 1949 oil on canvas The Museum of Modern Art
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Chauncey Bradley Ives - Willing Captive c. 1862-1868 marble Chrysler Museum of Art American
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Bradley Walker Tomlin - Number 2 1952-1953 oil on canvas Hirshhorn Museum American
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Bradley Darius Davis Night Reflections - Ching Ming Color woodcut printed on xuan zhi paper mounted on rag paper 1994
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John Francis Murphy, American, 1853-1921 Rocky Fields 1886 Oil on canvas 20.32 x 25.4 cm
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Julia Margaret Cameron, English, 1815-1879 The May-queen The May Queen Photograph, carbon print (printed later)
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Julia Margaret Cameron, English, 1815-1879 "Call and I follow----let me die" Photograph, carbon print (printed
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Julia Margaret Cameron, English, 1815-1879 Gretchen at the Altar Photograph, carbon print (printed later) Image/Sheet:
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Julia Margaret Cameron, English, 1815-1879 Henry W. Longfellow Photograph, carbon print (printed later) Image/Sheet: 36.8
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Julia Margaret Cameron, English, 1815-1879 Mrs. Leslie Stephen (Julia Duckworth) Photograph, carbon print (printed later)
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Chauncey Bradley Ives - Undine Rising from the Water c. 1880-1882 marble Chrysler Museum of Art American
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Julia Margaret Cameron, English, 1815-1879 The late Mrs. Leslie Stephens 1872 Photograph, carbon print (printed
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Bradley Walker Tomlin, American, 1899-1953 Number 13 1949 Oil on canvas 58.42 x 78.74 cm
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Feather brisé fan France, 1915-25 Dyed feathers with irregular markings; reformed protein blades Guard: 23
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Man’s Homburg, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , circa 1960, Fur felt
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Man’s Homburg, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , circa 1960, Fur felt
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Man’s Homburg, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , circa 1960, Fur felt
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Man’s Homburg, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , circa 1960, Fur felt
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Woman’s Modified Turban, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , 1950, Silk
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Man’s Tyrolean Hat, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , circa 1960, Velour
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Man’s Tyrolean Hat, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , circa 1960, Velour
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Woman’s Modified Turban, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , 1950, Silk
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Robert Dighton Comb 19th century
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Bradley Walker Tomlin - Number 9: In Praise of Gertrude Steing 1950 oil on canvas The Museum of Modern Art
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John Wesley Jarvis, American, 1781-1840 De Witt Clinton about 1810 Oil on canvas 76.2 x
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Robert Dighton Paddle wood 19th century
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Robert Dighton Paddle wood 19th century
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Robert Dighton Paddle wood 19th century
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Sketches, John P. (Harberger) John (Germany, Munich, 3/14/1906 - 6/25/1993) , mid-20th century, Ink and watercolor on cardboard
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John Steuart Curry - John Brown 1938 Lithograph Arkansas Arts Center American
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Robert Dighton Arrow wood and feathers 19th century
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Robert Dighton Carved paddle wood 19th century
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Robert Dighton Pipe bowl wood 19th century
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John Wollaston - John Stevens c. 1749-1752 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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John Vanderlyn - John Sudam 1829-1830 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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John Singleton Copley - John Gray 1766 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art American
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John Singleton Copley - John Greene c. 1769 oil on canvas Currier Museum of Art American

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (26)
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Bradley University, Heuser Art Center: The Feminine Eye: A National Group Exhibition
Exhibitions in Bradley University galleries showcase artists with varied processes/techniques and ethnic heritage. This diversity expands our understanding of new ideas in the context of contemporary art history. Bradley University’s exhibition sc...

Bradley University: 29th Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition Opens Today
The exhibition is just too large to host on our campus alone, and so we give many thanks for the support of our good friends and local arts agencies, The Contemporary Art Center and The Peoria Art Guild, who have generously provided additional and...

Experimental Art Foundation: Matthew Bradley The Weet-Bix Kid
Delinquent behaviour is usually thought of as destructive, what really interests me is that this character avoids a descent into total chaos, perhaps because there is an inherent creativity to this journey. The path through space must be created, ...

Rebecca Ibel Gallery: Summertime 99
Katherine Bradford and Matt Magee are New York based artists represented here with a group of recent paintings. Magees colors and forms dance on the surface in rhythm, exuberating life. While Mageeís abstract paintings are about surface patte...

futuremaybe: Oni Exhibitions
Scott Alberg, an MFA candidate at The Museum School, will be making his debut in futuremaybe with plastine sculptures of the Space Shuttle Challengerís explosion. His objects refer to an adolescent obsession with expositions and outer spac...

Universal Concepts Unlimited: ROUNDERS
In addition to generating exhibitions, UCU will host panel discussions and lectures by leading artists, critics, historians, philosophers and scientists in both its Chelsea space and on the web. These adjunct activities will serve to illustrat...

Minneapolis Institute of Arts: Last Week! Milestones of Modernism 1880-1940: Selections from the Norwest Collection
More than 200 objects are included in the exhibition—furniture, metalwork, ceramics, glass and works on paper. Created between 1880 and 1940, they represent a survey of the major movements of the period: Arts...

Fuller Museum of Art: Environmental Arts, Inc Presents Sixth Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
For the past six years, the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition has been located on the grounds of the Fuller Museum of Art where a path, through twenty-two acres of wooded area, was created for the establishment of sites for permanent as well as tempora...

Esso Gallery: What Am I Doing Here? (A Political Exhibition)
Already two countries have been destroyed and with them their culture (our culture) and their art. This involves us and demonstrates that who ever is governing this world is not interested in people, in their dignity, in their culture and least of...

White Columns: CONCERTED COMPASSIONISM
Bradley McCallum presents documentation and examples of on-site shelters and mobile carts he has created for homeless people in various cities; Michael Rakowitz exhibits portable beds for use on the sidewalk, designed to inflate wi...

Fruitmarket Gallery: Louis Hopkins: Freedom of Information paintings drawings 1996-2005
Born in 1965 and trained at Glasgow School of Art, Hopkins is known for rarely making work on blank surfaces. She chooses rather to start with a material that is pre-printed, be it with specific imagery or more generic graphic marks. From th...

Bargehouse: Insomnia: An exhibition of Visual Art, Performance and Writing
Using insomnia as an analogy for the inability to access a place of security, rest and recuperation, this exhibition aims to provoke thought and discussion around similar experiences ˆ our intention was to create a space where some of these storie...

Minneapolis Institute of Arts: Milestones of Modernism 1880-1940: Selections from the Norwest Collection

More than 200 objects are included in the exhibition—furniture, metalwork, ceramics, glass and works on paper. Created between 1880 and 1940, they represent a survey of the major movements of the period: A...
Kettle's Yard Gallery, University of Cambridge: Callum Innes: from memory
Rhythmic and meditative, Innes’s paintings nevertheless bear traces of the controlled chaos of their production. The Monologues are made by brushing turpentine into a simply-painted ground and dissolving the paint into an expressive torrent, often...

Art Gallery of Ontario: Ultrabaroque: Aspects of Post-Latin American Art
Ultrabaroque plays on popular concepts of Baroque while acknowledging the pervasive influence of its origins in the spirit of the art and architecture of the colonial period. The prefixes ultra and post in the exhibitio...

Susie Sierra Gallery: Susie Sierra: New Works
Truly great works of art throb with palpable life like De Koonings' abstract works that open like doorways into endless fields of light. True art can never really be possessed, the object perhaps but not the art - that can only be experienced t...

Art Gallery of Windsor: Windsor Biennial Opens with 22 Artists from Canada and the US
As a result, this exhibition will also include artists from Michigan, making the Biennial both a regional and international exhibition reflecting Windsor’s unique position in this period of permeable culture and transitional identity. Arti...

Art Gallery of Ontario: Provisional Worlds: Expendables Surrounding Us
Through the skilful, yet playful, use of provisional commodities, ranging from plastic bottles and record sleeves, to Styrofoam, bar codes and B movies, these artists raise questions about what everyone sees and consumes. “This exhibition i...

Fruitmarket Gallery: Somewhere Everywhere Nowhere: Collections sans Frontieres III
Somewhere Nowhere Everywhere is an exhibition selected from the holdings of five of the FRACs, the FRACs du Grand Est – Alsace, Bourgogne, Champagne-Ardenne, Franche-Comté and Lorraine. In recognition of the FRACs’ particular status as regionally-...

Fruitmarket Gallery: Nathan Coley: A Survey of Work
The exhibition is curated by gallery director Fiona Bradley and is presented on the occasion of the 30th anniversary and re-branding of The Fruitmarket Gallery. Committed to showing new work in the context of a coherent art practice, the gal...

Kunstihoone: CAPITAL (It Fails Us Now)
The exhibition in Tallinn is the second half of a two-fold project, with the first part taking place at UKS in Oslo, Norway 8 Oct 6 Nov 2005. Curated by Simon Sheikh. Produced by NIFCA, Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art, in collaboration...

Jewish Community Center of Greater New Haven: Ancient Journey, New Direction - New Works by Alan Falk
These sacred texts and commentaries, informed by the core moral and humanistic values of Jewish tradition and ethos, have shaped western civilization, encompassing the fundamental desire for personal, spiritual and global peace, equality, and so...

Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art: I Feel Mysterious Today: 25 International Emerging and Established Contemporary Artists
I feel mysterious today both emphasizes and reflects a current sensibility that gives privelage to allusive and subjective modes of expression over the more direct and strident political positioning characteristic of art celebrated in the globalis...

Art Gallery of Ontario: Rodney Graham: A Little Thought
This first major North American tour of works by Rodney Graham is jointly organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Graham’s works have been widely shown throughout Canada ...

University of Richmond Museums, Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art: Pierre Daura, Catalán-American Modernist: People, Places, and Things
Born on the island of Minorca, Spain, in 1896, Daura was raised in Barcelona, Catalonia (a northern region in Spain) where he studied art under José Ruiz Blasco, Pablo Picasso’s father. In 1914, Daura moved to Paris to work in the studio of artist...

Milwaukee Art Museum: Industrial Strength Design: How Brooks Stevens Shaped Your World
The exhibition is an appealing blend of the nostalgic, the familiar and the futuristic and provides a compelling retrospective of the evolution of American popular and material culture from the 1930s to the 70s. The exhibition presents four time ...

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