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Artist: Hugh Cabot ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Lilla Cabot Perry, American, 1848-1933 A Young Violincellist 1892 Oil on canvas 140.33 x 99.38
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Abbott Handerson Thayer, American, 1849-1921 Winter Scene 1901 or after Oil on canvas 38.42 x
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John Singleton Copley - Hugh Hall 1758 pastel on off-white The Metropolitan Museum of Art American
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Winslow Homer, American, 1836-1910 The Green Dory 1880 Watercolor over graphite 34.92 x 49.91 cm
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Henry Raeburn - Hugh Hope c. 1810 oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art British
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John Bernard Johnston, American, 1847-1886 Cow at Ease 1870s–1880s Oil on paperboard 21.27 x 22.22
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Gilbert Stuart, American, 1755-1828 George Washington after 1805 Oil on panel 66.67 x 53.97 cm
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John La Farge, American, 1835-1910 Wood Interior 1864 Oil on panel 25.08 x 30.8 cm
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Sir Nathaniel Dance - Portrait of Sir Hugh Palliser c. 1770 oil on canvas Los Angeles County Museum of Art English
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Thomas Phillips - Hugh Percy, 3rd Duke of Northumberlan 1803 oil on canvas The Fitzwilliam Museum British
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Cabot Street Cinema, Beverly, MA, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japan, Tokyo, born 1948) , 1979, Gelatin-silver print
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John Appleton Brown, American, 1844-1902 Brook in Summer 1890s Oil on canvas 50.8 x 68.58
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David Johnson, American, 1827-1908 Cornwall on the Hudson 1868 Oil on canvas 35.56 x 56.2
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John Singleton Copley - Portrait of Hugh Montgomerie, Later Twelfth Earl of Eglinton 1780 oil on canvas Los Angeles County Museum of Art American
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A Cup of Tea, Lilla Cabot Perry (United States, Massachusetts, Boston, 1848 - 1933)  (Artist), late 19th century or early 20th century, Oil on canvas
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Relief of girls boating Egyptian Late Period Dynasty 30, 381–343 B.C. Limestone Height: .139 cm
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Lilla Cabot Perry - A Cup of Tea late 19th centu oil on canvas Los Angeles County Museum of Art American
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Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926 Cap d"Antibes, Mistral 1888 Oil on canvas 66.0 x 81.3 cm
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Washington, D.C., Hugh Talman  (Artist), 1970, Gelatin-silver print
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Luca Giordano, Italian, (Neapolitan), 1632-1705 Apollo in his Chariot about 1683 Oil on canvas 118.5
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Alfred Hugh Fisher Julius Knight in a Hat Drypoint 1933
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Charles Bestland Hugh Blair 18th - 19th century
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Hugh Wishart Punch bowl silver circa 1800 - 1801
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Lilla Cabot Perry - The Black Hat 1914 oil on canvas Currier Museum of Art American
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Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926 Meadow with Haystacks near Giverny 1885 Oil on canvas 74.0 x
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Hugh Thompson The Chase, proof sheet for end of Book II 1894
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Alfred Hugh Fisher Kingsgate, Winchester etching 19th - 20th century
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I. Havell Hugh Llwyd's Pulpit 19th century
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , 1884-89, Stoneware
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , 1884-89, Stoneware
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En barque sur l'Epte à Giverny (4e quart 19e siècle) by anonyme (?) ; PERRY Lilla Cabot (?)
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Hugh Reinagle The Battle of Lake Erie oil on paper mounted on canvas circa 1814
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Hugh Thompson The Chase IV, proof sheet with artist's correction 1894
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E. Cabot, de l'Ostende, capitaine du navire La Marie (1803 entre ; 1807 et) by BREE Matthieu Ignace van
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Sylvester Harding The Reverend Mr. Hugh Worthington etching 18th - 19th century
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Study of a Seated Man, Hugh Thomson (England, Coleraine, Londonderry, 1860 - 1920) , 1897, Pencil
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The Introduction, Hugh Thomson (England, Coleraine, Londonderry, 1860 - 1920) , 1903, Black ink and watercolor
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Alfred Hugh Fisher Canton: The British Bridge 19th - 20th century
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Joshua JOhnson - Grace Allison McCurdy (Mrs. Hugh McCurdy) and Her Daughters, Mary Jane and Letitia Grace c. 1806 oil on canvas Corcoran Gallery of Art American
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Alfred Hugh Fisher Palace of the Maharajah of Udaipur, India 19th - 20th century
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Lilla Cabot Perry - Kahlil Gibran c. 1898-1899 oil on canvas Telfair Museum of Art American
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Conversation Piece, Hugh Thomson (England, Coleraine, Londonderry, 1860 - 1920) , 1897, Black ink and watercolor
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Hugh Douglas Hamilton Portrait of a Gentleman colored chalks over black chalk 1775
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The Altar Cloth, Hugh Henry Breckenridge (United States, Virginia, Leesburg, 1870 - 1937) , 1916, Oil on canvas
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Alfred Hugh Fisher Head of the Great Tasman Glacier, New Zealand 19th - 20th century
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Hugh William Williams Landscape Soft ground etching 18th - 19th century
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James Henry Daugherty This man was Hugh Color litho 1941
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Pierre Lombart To The Right Honorable Hugh of Kelles... etching 17th century
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Marked by Unmarked Comb case England, (London), about 1680 Silver and tortoiseshell H. 18.4 cm
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William Rimmer, American (born in England), 1816-1879 Struggle between North and South, 1862-1862 Graphite pencil
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Squared, Hugh McKay (born 1951) , circa 1992, Maple burl wood, serpentine, inlaid soapstone
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Hugh Hall, 1758 John Singleton Copley (1738-1815)AmericanPastel on off-white laid paper, mounted on canvas; 15
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Vase, Hugh Mackie Gordon Garden (Canada, Toronto, 1873 - 1961)  (Designer), circa 1905, Earthenware
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Harpsichord Italy, (Naples), about 1550 Maple 19.4 x 67.6 x 1915 cm (7 5/8 x
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Morning Light, Hugh Shurley (San Francisco, California, United States, born 1959)  (Artist), 1994, Mixed-media collage
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Worked by Harriet Boardman, American, Born in 1794 Sampler United States, Massachusetts, (Dover), 1804 Wool
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Henry Wolf Hugh John and the Scots Grey Wood Engraving 19th - 20th century
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Sampler Britain, 1656 Linen plain weave embroidered with linen 52 x 17.4 cm (20 1/2
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Lilla Cabot Perry, American, 1848-1933 Open Air Concert 1890 Oil on canvas 100.96 x 76.52
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Cirque, Hugh McKay (born 1951) , circa 1995, Madrone burl wood, black soapstone and pipestone inlays

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (34)
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Harvard University Art Museum, Sert Gallery: Duo: Oliver Jackson/Marty Ehrlich - Installation Dedicated to the Late Jazz Great Julius Hemphill
They collaborated on the work two years ago, when both were in residence in adjoining studios near the Harvard campus. The Fogg Art Museum sponsored Jackson’s residency, while Ehrlich was the University’s Office for the Arts’ 1999–2000 Peter Ivers...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Prints from the Serenissima: Connoisseurship and the Graphic Arts in 18th-Century Venice
Most exhibitions and art historical research dealing with Venetian art tend to focus on the Renaissance or Baroque periods, said James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot, director of the Harvard University Art Museums. In contrast, this show wil...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur
"We are pleased to host an exhibition and symposium of such significance to the field of archaeology," said James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot director of the Harvard University Art Museums. "The work of our sister institution at the Unive...

Harvard University, Arthur M. Sackler Museum: The Tablet and the Pen: Islamic Works from Turkey, Iran, and India
"This small but potent exhibition offers a fascinating glimpse into the motivations and mechanisms behind the construction of images in Muslim culture," said Thomas W. Lentz, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Mu...

National Gallery of Canada: Monet, Renoir, and the Impressionist Landscape
The Impressionists' profound influence on French landscape painting is examined as the exhibition concludes with a look at works by other artists in th...

Harvard University Art Museums, Arthur M. Sackler Museum: The Rich Life and the Dance: Weavings from Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic Egypt
The hand-woven fabrics, most of them dating from the third to seventh centuries, feature images of dancers, haloed saints with hands raised in prayer, and a myriad of flora and fauna evoking the abundance of the Nile Valley. Some display Arabic in...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Three Women: Early Portraits by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
We are pleased to organize this focused exhibition of early portraits by Toulouse-Lautrec within the intimate setting of the Fogg Art Museum galleries, said James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums....

Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: Franz Marc: Horses
This concentrated group of six masterworks focuses on the canonical painting The Red Horses (1911), a promised gift currently on long-term loan to the Busch-Reisinger Museum. Other works included in the exhibition are Small Blue Horses (1912) and ...

Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: Tempo, Tempo: The Bauhaus Photomontages of Marianne Brandt
“This exhibition is a perfect compliment to the Busch-Reisinger Museum’s outstanding holdings of Bauhaus art and design.” said Thomas W. Lentz, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums. “The Busch has a commi...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Timeless Beauty: Representing the Ideal in Neoclassical Drawing
Timeless Beauty examines the origins, development, and ultimate dissolution of the drawing style of extreme linearity favored by artists working in the Neoclassical mode. Beginning in the 1750’s and lasting into the early decades of the 1800’s, arti...

Harvard University, Arthur M. Sackler Museum: Silver and Shawls: India, Europe, and the Colonial Art Market
“This exhibition is a refreshing change for us with its focus on decorative arts—an area we would like to devote more interest to,” said Thomas W. Lentz, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums. “Visitors will...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: A Curious and Ingenious Art: Reflections on Daguerreotypes at Harvard
Daguerreotypy, invented in 1839 by the Frenchman Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre, was a method of capturing an image projected by a camera obscura onto silver-coated copper plates. In this process, the plates were sensitized with iodine vapor, expose...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: A New Kind of Historical Evidence: Highlighting an Extraordinary Range of Photographic Practice
The title of the exhibition comes from a 1967 Harvard Alumni Bulletin article reporting the establishment of the Carpenter Center collection and heralding photography as “a new kind of historic evidence.” The collection contains some of photograph...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Under Cover: Artists' Sketchbooks
The exhibition was organized by Miriam Stewart, Assistant Curator in the Department of Drawings. “It’s almost as if we’re catching the artist unaware,” said Stewart. “In many cases, these sketchbooks resemble a diary. One can follow the artists ...

Harvard University Art Museums, Arthur M. Sackler Museum: Windshield: Richard Neutra's House for the John Nicholas Brown Family
Completed in 1938, the house was severely damaged by a hurricane a few months later, rebuilt, and subsequently destroyed by fire in 1973. It has therefore remained largely overlooked. However, two years of almost daily correspondence between the ...

Fogg Museum, Harvard: Philip Guston: A New Alphabet Brings Pivotal Group of Paintings Together for First Time
The exhibition is co-organized by Harry Cooper, associate curator of modern art at the Fogg Art Museum, and Joanna Weber, acting curator of European and contemporary art at the Yale Art Gallery, with the help of Laura Greengold, a recent graduate ...

Sert Gallery, Harvard University Art Museums: Tadashi Kawamata: Boston Project, Plan in Progress
Bringing Kawamata to the Fogg Art Museum to work closely with students, faculty, and curators is a fabulous opportunity for everyone involved. He is a challenging and intelligent artist, well known for his generous collaborations with students. W...

Fogg Museum, Harvard: Sacred and Profane Visions from Renaissance Venice
Sacred and Profane Visions speaks to the core of the Harvard University Art Museum's unique mission, said James Cuno, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums. The works from our permanent collection, comp...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Works from Renaissance to 20th-Century Highlight How Artists and their Workshops Used Both Sides of the Sheet
The unusual display allows viewers to trace the creative process as an artist sketched from one side of the sheet to the other, to see how works were copied by assistants in Renaissance workshops, and to understand the increasing shift toward a co...

Harvard University, Arthur M. Sackler Museum: Image and Empire: Picturing India during the Colonial Era
Image and Empire allows a broad examination of the arts and visual culture produced in and about India during the colonial era, said James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums. It features works creat...

Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: Eat Art: Joseph Beuys, Dieter Roth, Sonja Alhaeuser
The use of nontraditional, especially edible and organic materials, is a major theme in 20th-century art, and the works presented in Eat Art will incorporate a wide range of unorthodox artistic materials, including chocolate, margarine, salami, te...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Extreme Connoisseurship - How Traditional Study of Objects Can Be Adapted to Illuminate Current Works
The Fogg’s decision four years ago to create a Department of Modern and Contemporary Art was, in a way, the genesis of this exhibition, said James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot director of the Harvard University Art Museums. Extreme Connois...

HARVARD UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUMS: Landmark Pictures: Ed Ruscha and Andreas Gursky
The Art Museums have actively collected the art of our times since the early twentieth century. Over the years, these holdings have grown significantly, prompting the recent creation of a curatorial department of modern and contemporary art. T...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Passionate and Obstinate: The Lois Orswell Collection
Passionate and Obstinate (the phrase is Orswell’s self-description) will feature works from the Lois Orswell Collection as a cohesive group for the first time. Orswell was a distinctive collector whose methods were unlike those of her contemporari...

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard: Geometric Abstraction: Latin American Art from The Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection
We are very pleased to be able to present this exhibition from the renowned Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection, said James Cuno, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums. Not only is the work of these ...

BUSCH-REISINGER MUSEUM, Harvard University Art Museums: HANNE DARBOVEN'S EXPLORATIONS OF TIME, HISTORY, AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
At the center of this exhibition, For Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1983) is an impressive 90-panel work that includes postcards, collaged photographs, and lithographic printing in addition to the artists signature handwritten calendrical counting....

HARVARD UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUMS: Mondrian Painting Acquired from the Original Owners
While many paintings by Mondrian have been damaged by overly aggressive conservation treatment, Composition with Blue, Black, Yellow and Red is in impeccable condition. For decades the design of Mondrian’s works was considered the most critical a...

State Hermitage Museum: Louise Bourgeois: First Major Exhibition of a Living American Artist Within the Walls of the Winter Palace
These works reveal the enormous emotional charge Bourgeois gives her creations. An installation of the Insomnia Drawings, on loan from the Daros Foundation in Switzerland, be seen in a room of the second floor of the museum. The courtyard of the H...

Harvard University, Carpenter Center: Huyghe + Corbusier: Harvard Project
Huyghe + Corbusier: Harvard Project will include multiple components that respond to the design history of the Carpenter Center and its relationship to Harvard: A “puppet opera” telling the story of Le Corbusier’s commission and Huyghe’s own...

Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: Mondrian: The Transatlantic Paintings
Drawing upon public and private collections in Europe and America, the exhibition will unite for the first time fifteen of Mondrian's seventeen transatlantic paintings, including works from the Museum of Modern Art, The Tate Modern, The Phillips C...

Harvard University, Arthur M. Sackler Museum: The New Chinese: Landscape: Recent Acquisitions,
Modern and contemporary Chinese art is only now coming to the attention of Western audiences, and most exhibitions of contemporary Chinese painting feature Western-style works that follow international trends. Historical factors are a significan...

Asia Society: From Court to Caravan: Chinese Tomb Sculptures from the Collection of Anthony M. Solomon
The exhibition's title, From Court to Caravan, reflects its broad array of subjects, from courtly to humble to foreign. Rich in sculptures of humans, horses and guardian figures, with some resembling Buddhist temple guardians, the Solomon collecti...

Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: Dürer's Passions: PRINTS AND DRAWINGS OF THE PASSION OF CHRIST
Encompassing nearly 100 works, Dürer’s Passions will include works from the Fogg Art Museum’s collections as well as extremely rare works loaned by the British Museum; the Museum of Fine Arts...

Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard: Still Life Redefined: Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans
Tillmans, who was born in 1968 in Remscheid, Germany, moved to London in the late 1980s and worked as a fashion photographer for the London magazines I-D, Spex, Interview and The Face. He often photographed his friend...

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