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Artist: Frederick Duncan ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Arnold Genthe - Irma Duncan, Isadora Duncan Dancer c. 1915-16 gelatin silver print Cincinnati Art Museum American
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Frederick Duncan A Man May Be Down But He's Never Out! - World War I poster lithograph poster circa 1917 - 1918
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Abraham Walkowitz - Isadora Duncan (Red) 1908 pencil, watercolor Arkansas Arts Center American
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Abraham Walkowitz - Isadora Duncan 1920-1950 watercolor Arkansas Arts Center American
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Abraham Walkowitz - Isadora Duncan n.d. pencil, watercolor, Hirshhorn Museum American
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Abraham Walkowitz - Isadora Duncan (Green) 1908 pencil, watercolor Arkansas Arts Center American
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Gregor Duncan Portrait Sketch of George T. Eggleston red chalk 1935
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Gregor Duncan The Mad Tea Party, cartoon design for Life Magazine ink and watercolor 1935
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Gregor Duncan The Walrus and the Carpenter , cartoon design for Life Magazine ink and watercolor 1935
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Gregor Duncan Alice in Newdealand , cartoon design for for Life Magazine ink and watercolor 1936
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Duncan Phyfe Card table mahogany 1810 - 1825
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Charles Willson Peale - Mrs. John Nicholson (Hannah Duncan) and John Nicholson, Jr. 1790 oil on canvas The Art Institute of Chicago American
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Duncan Phyfe Sofa mahogany circa 1810
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Abraham Walkowitz Study of Isadora Duncan 1915
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Robert Duncan Readings, East Wind Printers  (Printer), 1970, Screenprint
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Alfred Philippe Roll Call to Arms (Isadora Duncan) oil 1913
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Samuel Freeman Duncan Forbes of Culloden 18th - 19th century
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Abraham Walkowitz Study of Isadora Duncan ink and watercolor 1915
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Charles Stafford Duncan Heads graphite and pastel circa 1930 - 1940
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Isadora Duncan (1909) by BOURDELLE Emile Antoine
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Isadora Duncan, Abraham Walkowitz (Russia, Tyumen, 1880 - 1965) , circa 1909, Ink on paper
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Isadora Duncan (4e quart 19e siècle ; 1ère moitié 20e siècle) by BOURDELLE Emile Antoine
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Charles Stafford Duncan Hilly Landscape pastel circa 1915 - 1930
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle Isadora Duncan dancing pen and ink 20th century
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Josef Paget-Fredericks Prelude et mort d'Iseult: Isadora Duncan, 1927 Watercolor circa 1927
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George Duncan & Sons Wine glass Panelled Diamond block glass 1894
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Duncan/1 in the House of, R. B. Kitaj (United States, Ohio, Chagrin Falls, 1932-10-29 - 2007-10-21) , 1972, Silkscreen
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Isadora Duncan, Abraham Walkowitz (Russia, Tyumen, 1880 - 1965) , 1909, Ink, watercolor and pencil on paper
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Robert Duncan, R. B. Kitaj (United States, Ohio, Chagrin Falls, 1932-10-29 - 2007-10-21) , 1967, Etching
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Anthony Cardon Miss Duncan in the character of Letitia Hardy Stipple engraving in color 1805
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George Duncan & Sons Wine glass Quartered Block non-lead glass circa 1890
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Admiral Adam Duncan (1731-1804) Attributed to Philip Jean (British, 1755-1802)Ivory; Oval, 2 x 1 1/2
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Isadora Duncan dansant (4e quart 19e siècle ; 1ère moitié 20e siècle) by BOURDELLE Emile Antoine
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Croquis d'une danseuse, Isadora Duncan (1911) by BOURDELLE Antoine
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Artist: Duncan Hannah Title: Jump Rope (Crimson) Date: 1990 Medium: color monotype Dimensions: H.40-1/4 x
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George Duncan & Sons Wine glass (Portland) Portland non-lead glass circa 1870
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Star Betelgeuse/Robert Duncan, R. B. Kitaj (United States, Ohio, Chagrin Falls, 1932-10-29 - 2007-10-21) , 1967, Screenprint
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Isadora Duncan (1909 entre ; 1912 et) by BOURDELLE Emile Antoine
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Quand le grand foyer descend dans les eaux, Robert Duncan (United States, 1919 - 1988) , 1981, Engraving with watercolor on Twinrocker paper
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Duncan’s Horses, John Graham Lough (England, Shotley, 1798 - 1876)  (Artist), 1832, Plaster on original wood base in original glass bell
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Frederick Atkinson Frederick Atkinson 19th century
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Pair of Side Chairs, ’Klismos’ Style, Duncan Phyfe (possibly) (United States, New York, 1768 - 1854)  (Artist), circa 1825, Ebonized tulip poplar, gilt
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Samuel J. Miller - Frederick Douglas 1847-52 cased half-plate dag The Art Institute of Chicago American
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Thomas Lawrence - Frederick H. Hemming c. 1824-25 oil on canvas Kimbell Art Museum English
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Thomas Lawrence - Mrs. Frederick Hemming c. 1824-25 oil on panel Kimbell Art Museum English
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Agnes Jeffrey - Frederick Jeffrey 1846 watercolor with grap Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester American
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Frank Duncan - Red Pitcher 1952 oil on canvas mounte Smithsonian American Art Museum American
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Frederick Law Olmstead Head of a Boy Lithograph 20th century
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Frederick Warren Freer Honeysuckle, plate at p. 37 in the book, Representative Etchings by Artists of To-day in America (New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1887) etching 1887
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Thomas Hudson - George Frederick Handel n.d. oil on canvas backed The Fitzwilliam Museum British
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Robert Salmon, English, 1775-1845 or after The New Ship "Duncan" 1832 Oil on panel 41.27
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Attributed to Duncan Phyfe, 1768-1854 Sofa United States, New York, (New York City), about 1820
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Aime Lamb, American, 1893-1989 Edith Duncan Lamb 1924 Oil on canvas 72.07 x 56.2 cm

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (40)
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City of Bothell Art Committee: Call to Artists: Display at University of Washington-Bothell and Cascadia Community College
Deadline: Monday, August 6, 2001 Project Budget: $20,000 Contact Cecelia Duncan at 425.486.3256, or email Cecelia.Duncan@ci.bothell.wa.us for more information....

Engine Room Gallery: New work by Irish painters Sam Fleming and Ray Duncan
All life (and death) will be the central subject of this show which will deal with everything from the Omagh bomb blast to the memories of childhood playgrounds. The artists are keen to take this show to an international audience soon. A...

George Billis Gallery, L.A.: David Duncan: Environmental Studies
David Duncan renders his works in both oil, and brushed and sprayed acrylic. During the painting process, he uses form-specific stencils to apply coarse dots of multiple colors. This technique creates an illusion, inspired partly by traditional ...

Duncan Miller Gallery: CHEMA MADOZ: Objects
Curator Pedro J Vicent Mullor recently wrote about Madozs work: We look through Madozs photographs but suddenly, we realise some oddity within them, and we look at them again more thoughtfully. . . Madozs photographs are not made only to be se...

Rebecca Ibel Gallery Miranova: Duncan Hannah's World of Cinema and Daina Higgins' Flaneur
In hannah's work, scenes from flims such as Blow Up and Night Moves are depected, along with images of Natalie Wood, Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway. The Hitchcock starlette Nova Pilbeam, is another favorite subject of the artist. The exhibition is...

Duncan Miller Gallery: Marc Riboud: The World, His Lens
Known for his strong and graphic compositions, a sense of compassion for the human spirit is also present in Marc Riboud images. His work can be found in major private and museum collections throughout the world, including the Muse d'Art Moderne ...

Metropolitan Museum of Art: Curios and Treasures at The Costume Institute
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Phillips Collection: Renoir to Rothko: The Eye of Duncan Phillips
Phillips early ambition was to be a critic. At the end, he had become one of the primary interpreters of modernism in the United States, as well as the collector of nearly 2,000 ...

Duncan Miller Gallery: Daniel Wheeler : GULP
In GULP, the symbols of the "California Dream" take on a more elusive and subversive tone to that of David Hockney's sun-drenched Malibu houses and deep-blue swimming pools. Both may allude to dreams and longings, but Wheeler's goal is experientia...

Dundee Contemporary Arts: Will Maclean: Driftworks

The work shares Macleans interest in the mythologies of the sea and the relics of our culture. They offer fragmentary portraits of a people and a place.

Will Maclean is one of the most respected of his generation of artists in Scotland, and ...
Goteborg Museum of Art: Against All Evens: Goteborg Biennial 2003
Since 1990, significant international shows have appeared in Moss (Norway), Kwangju (South Korea), Santa Fe (USA), Dakar (Senegal), Yokohama (Japan), Taipei (Taiwan), Shanghai (China), Istanbul (Turkey), and Johannesburg (South Africa). It therefo...

CCA - Glasgow: Lei Cox: A Solo Show
Cox is interested in exploring the impact that technology and science has on society and how its members think and ...

Portland Museum of Art: Becoming a Nation: Americana from the Diplomatic Reception Rooms, U. S. Department of State
The exhibition, curated by Dr. Jonathan Fairbanks, presents some of the finest examples of American paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, and furniture of the golden age of American decorative and fine arts, from approximately 1750-1825. From the...

Phillips Collection: Degas to Matisse: Impressionist and Modern Masterworks from the Detroit Institute of Arts September 23 through January 21, 2001 FUTURE . . . Wayne Thiebaud: A Paintings Retrospective Fe
By integrating works from The Phillips Collection into the Tannahill exhibition, Degas to Matisse: Impressionist and Modern Masterworks from The Detroit Institute of Arts highlights the similarities and the differ...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: THE ART OF BLOOMSBURY
Works by Bell, Fry, and Grant will be complemented by those of their contemporaries, such as Henry Lamb, Walter Sickert, Dora Carrington and William Roberts, and by the great continental modernist painters they admired, notably Picasso, Derain, a...

Edinburgh Printmakers: Edward Summerton: The Rural
His images flirt with the illustrations by way of mysterious, almost invisible detail, offering an idiosyncratic humour far removed from the ironic norm of contemporary art. These works form part of a narrative that is never fully disclosed that s...

Association of Photographers Gallery: The Fuji Film - AOP Assistants Awards 2001
This competition for young aspiring photographers provides an important platform for their work and has launched many a photographic career. This years prestigious Velvia Bursary portfolio series will be represented by Jo Brougton, Jens Lucking, J...

RED Gallery of Contemporary Art: Amy Marletta: Over the Top
"I started to paint onto different surfaces to escape from flatness and restrictive edges. By experimenting with different materials including thread, fringes and pins, I try to extend these works beyond their edges creating a sense of movement." ...

Duncan Miller Gallery: Two French Masters: Edouard Boubat and Jean-Philippe Charbonnier
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Image and Enterprise: The Photographs of Adolphe Braun
An ambitious businessman, he established a studio in 1868 that eventually became one of the largest photographic publishing houses in the world. His primary purpose was to identify new uses for photography and, through the applicat...

Frye Art Museum: Tony Foster: World Views
Foster focuses his energy on painting fragile wilderness regions with an eye to conservation: My work is about wilderness, a celebration of the fact that even on our overcrowded and increasingly polluted planet there exist places o...

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Earth and Fire: Italian Terracotta Sculpture from Donatello to Canova to Canova
Earth and Fire has been organized by the MFAH and the Parnassus Foundation for exhibition exclusively in Houston and at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This unprecedented exhibition documents for the first time the significance of terrac...

City Gallery Wellington, Hirschfeld Gallery: Living Together: Work from Artists Own Collections
It is wonderful to see the interconnections between these artists and the works they are lending; for example Amy Howden-Chapman is lending a Regan Gentry, while Regan has selected a Hamish Tocher, says curator Jessica Reid, Kate Woods has chos...

City Gallery Wellington, 360-Michael Hirschfeld Gallery: Surprise: New Work by 18 Wellington Designers
The works have been created by 18 Wellington designers from the fields of fashion, architecture, interior, graphic, web, industrial, theatre, lighting and sound design, based on the theme of surprise. The exhibition follows a show of the ...

Albemarle Gallery: Stephanie Rew: Figurative Works
Stephanie Rew was born in 1971. Raised in Edinburgh and educated at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee. Since then she has been awarded the Canadian Elizabeth Greenshields Award in 1994 and her work has been singled out and recogni...

ARTGroup: BETTERLAND
In Betterland, a veteran schoolteacher, faced with dismissal, discovers that her principles are no longer valued by the institution she serves. Her enlightenment is triggered by the arrival of the first genuine student shes had in years. Th...

Museum of Fine Art, Houston: Irving Penn, A Career in Photography
Approximately 120 vintage and master prints by Irving Penn (born 1917), a leading American celebrity portraitist and fashion photographer, are featured in this exhibition. Penn's work...

Pump House Gallery: Katy Dove: New Commisioned Work
Dove's mesmerising kaleidoscopic animations investigate the complex relationship between perception, colour and sound. Much of her work takes the form of a visual and audio representation of an idea, emotion or perception using animation to red...

Fresno Metropolitan Museum: Becoming A Nation: Americana from the Diplomatic Reception Rooms, U.S. Department of State
"Becoming A Nation" provides the visitor with outstanding examples of America's achievement in the arts between the mid 18th and early 19th centuries like the great Philadelphia high chest attributed to Joseph Deleveau, an exquisite settee by Dunc...

Yale Center for British Art: The Art of Bloomsbury
The Yale Center for British Art is the final stop for this exhibition that includes masterpiece paintings from the collections of the Tate Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery (L...

Ohio Art League: Wet and Dry: 4x5
The artists have been asked to address the 4x5 format and theme, even though they most likely do not generally work this way. Work can be black and white or color, digital or traditional. Exhibiting artists are: Steven Elbert, Mary Fahy, Dan Grose...

Art First: Driftworks: Will MacLean
Best known for his works that refer to the mythologies and lives of individuals and cultures who live and work by the sea, Macleans interest is both specific and universal. Profound themes relating to journeys of every kind, involving exploratio...

Heather Marx Gallery: Timothy Nolan: Amalgumate
In his paintings and drawings, Nolan copies outdated textile patterns onto pristine fabricated surfaces of mylar and cast acrylic panels. It is this union between the readymade and the artists hand that occupies much of Nolans work, and intrigui...

Alexis International: Towards The Light: Keith Morant
The gallery hopes to squeeze in another show of his work next year but with interest now buzzing on both east and west coasts of America and his commitment to represent New Zealand at the 2007 International Florence Biennale, things may be a bit t...

Kimbell Art Museum: From Renoir to Picasso: Masterpieces from the Muse de l'Orangerie
Everywhere from Tokyo to Moscow to Washington, D.C., individual collectors set in motion plans for independent institutions, committed to modern and non-Western ...

Changing Room: Tender Scene: Fiona Jardine, Alex Pollard, Clare Stephenson, Gregor Wright
Recent exhibitions include Moltke's Eye, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow; How to do white, Tramway, Glasgow (with Hannah Hewetson and Lisa Gallacher), Sweeney (solo) at Intermedia Gallery, Glasgow in 2005 and the group exhibitions April is the Cruellest...

Changing Room: Wendy McMurdo: photography and digital media
Wendy McMurdo's images hover between fact and fiction, representing moments of play or reverie where children are isolated from the adult world. McMurdo combines traditional photography and digital technology to create a deliberately out of sorts...

Changing Room: Voluntary Action
The first UK screening of Sad In Country (Part 1) by Catherine Vertige and Kosten Koper will be the highlight of the exhibition closing event on 8 September. The film considers the Belgian avant-garde art scene from 1968 to the present day, and ra...

Trianon Gallery: Elsewhere: Works by 8 Artists Explore Landscape
There is the representation of landscape through other means, other modes of cultural performance. There is landscape as a concrete, geographic reality. There is also landscape as conceptual domain, the matrix of ways in which landscape is though,...

De Havilland Gallery: Nudes 07: Local and International Artists Interpret the Human Form
The artworks on display are a diverse range of drawings, sculpture, paintings and digital photography of the human body, in all its glory. Nudes 07 covers classic poses, abstract interpretation, bold colours and subtle meanings. There is thought ...

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