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Artist: George Eastman ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Eastman Johnson What the Shell Says (What the Sea Says) oil on paperboard 1875
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Eastman Johnson A Day Dream oil on paperboard 1877
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Eastman Johnson A Different Sugaring Off oil on canvas circa 1865
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Eastman Johnson The Mother oil on paperboard circa 1870
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Eastman Johnson The Brown Family oil on canvas 1869
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Eastman Johnson The Eavesdropper oil on paperboard circa 1865
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Eastman Johnson The Pension Claim Agent oil on canvas 1867
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Eastman Johnson Woman in White Dress oil on paperboard circa 1875
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Alessandro Allori, Italian (Florentine), 1535-1607 Portrait of a Young Man Writing Oil on panel 64.1
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Seth Eastman at Dighton Rock
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Eastman Johnson General Henry Sewall Black and white chalks on brown wove paper mounted on cardboard 1844
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Chester Harding, American, 1792-1866 Alvan Clark about 1840-45 Oil on panel 68.9 x 55.56 cm
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Alvan Clark, American, 1804-1887 Mrs. Alvan Clark (Maria Pease) about 1840 Oil on panel 50.8
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Jonathan Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 The Little Convalescent about 1873-79 Oil on paperboard 32.38 x
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David Johnson Old Kate's Bridge, Ulster County, New York oil on canvas 1872
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Tasting the Sugar, Eastman Johnson (United States, Maine, Lovell, 1824 - 1906)  (Artist), circa 1861-1866, Oil on canvas
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Finger ring with name of Ay Egyptian New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, Reign of Ay, about
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Jonathan Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 Self Portrait about 1885 Oil on canvas 53.02 x 43.18
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When a Picture Says it All, Todd Walker (United States, 1917 - 1998) , circa 1960 (?), Ephemera; commercial flyer from Eastman Kodak from Chevy ads
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Jonathan Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 Measurement and Contemplation early 1860s Oil on paperboard 51.43 x
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Eastman Johnson - Fiddling His Way 1866 oil on canvas Chrysler Museum of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - Boy Fishing 1860's oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Jonathan Eastman JOhnson - The Old Stagecoach 1871 oil on canvas Milwaukee Art Museum American
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Eastman Johnson - In the Fields c. 1878-1880 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art American
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Gilbert Stuart, American, 1755-1828 Mrs. John Williams (Mary Sumner) between 1812 and 1814 Oil on
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Artist: Edward Steichen Title: Charlie Chaplin Date: 1925 Medium: gelatin silver print Dimensions: H.9-1/2 x
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Artist: Edward Steichen Title: Lupe Valez, Hollywood Date: 1928 Medium: gelatin silver print Dimensions: H.9-9/16
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Fort Defiance II about 1851-52 Watercolor on paper Sheet: 14.9 x
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William Joseph Eastman - The Chalice Flower 1929 oil on aluminum leaf Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - Back from the Orchard c. 1876 oil on board Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester American
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Eastman Johnson - Tasting the Sugar c. 1861-1866 oil on canvas Los Angeles County Museum of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - The Early Scholar c. 1865-1880 oil on academy board National Gallery of Art American
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Georgetown, D. C., Two men and a Boat August 6, 1850
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William Joseph Eastman - The Studio Table 1926 oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - The Brown Family 1869 oil on paper mounted National Gallery of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - Genio C. Scott 1859 oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Eastman johnson - Life in the South c. 1870 oil on canvas High Museum of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - Samuel W. Rowse c. 1881 oil on board Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Eastman Johnson - The Hatch Family 1870-71 oil on canvas The Metropolitan Museum of Art American
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Johnson, Eastman Portrait of Langhamer 1849 Crayon and charcoal on light brown paper Sheet: 60.0
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Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 Portrait of Johannes Bosboom 1855 Charcoal on tan paper Sheet: 51.6
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C. II August 18, 1850 Graphite on laid paper
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C., Roof top with weathervanes June 1850 Graphite on
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C. I June 1850 Graphite on laid paper Sheet:
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Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 Portrait of Old Gentleman Charcoal heightened with white on light brown
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C. Boats at Foot of Bank September 15, 1850
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C. Canal September 21, 1850 Graphite on laid paper.
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington D. C. Roofs and Chimneys. June 1850 June 1850 Graphite
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C., Houses and Valley June 1850 Graphite on laid
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Georgetown, D. C. Potomac River: Two-master. Augt. 6th 1850 August 6,
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The Hatch Family, 1870-1871 Eastman Johnson (1824-1906)AmericanOil on canvas; 48 x 73 3/8 in. (121.9
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington, D. C. Potomac River: Greenleaf"s Point June 6, 1852 Graphite
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Washington"s Monument, Under Construction November 16, 1851 Graphite on laid paper.
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Seth Eastman, American, 1808-1875 Alexandria, Virginia, Potomac River September 15, 1850 Graphite pencil on paper
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William Joseph Eastman - Italian Night, Capri 1924 oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Jonathan Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 Writing to Father 1863 Oil on composition board 30.48 x
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Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, American (born in Germany), 1816-1868 Portrait Sketch of Eastman Johnson 1850 Brown
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Eastman Johnson - Joseph Wesley Harper, Jr. c. 1885 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Eastman johnson - Husking Bee, Island of Nantucket 1876 oil on canvas The Art Institute of Chicago American
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Jonathan Eastman Johnson, American, 1824-1906 The Field Hospital 1867 Oil on paperboard 56.2 x 67.31

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (39)
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George Eastman House: The Eventful Camera
The Eventful Camera will display the first commercially sold camera in the United States, a daguerreotype camera purchased by Samuel Bemis in 1840, along with several daguerreotypes he made with ...

George Eastman House: Nathan Lyons: A Survey, 1957-2000
Subtle and formally understated, Lyons's work is easily accessible to the general visitor, explains Hock. His dry sense of humor and insightful observations of our culture provide an entertaining and engaging experience. A complementary di...

Frye Art Museum: Edward Steichen: Vanity Fair Portraits
In the Hollywood portraits, Steichen infused his imagery with theatrical lighting and progressive ideals of design drawn from major art movements of the day, such as the streamlined forms of art deco and the elemental ...

Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery: Digital Frontiers: Photography's Future at Nash Editions
Nash Editions was founded in 1991 by musician Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills & Nash, who is also a photographer, and Mac Holbert, a fellow pioneer in the digital print realm. Based in Manhattan Beach, Calif....

Brooklyn Museum of Art: Eastman Johnson: Painting America
Organization: This exhibition was organized by Teresa A. Carbone, Associate Curator of American Painting and Sculpture at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and Patricia Hills, noted Johnson scholar and faculty member of Boston University's Art Hi...

Columbus Museum of Art: The Art of Humane Propaganda
This exhibition brings together 44 vintage prints, on loan from the Ohio State University, together with earlier examples by American social documentary photographer Lewis Hine. Hines work, on loan from ...

Addison Gallery of American Art: Inside and Out: Scenes of American Life from the Addison Collection
These genre works, ranging from formal family portraits, to informal scenes of workers in the landscape, to popular prints produced for publications and mass distribution, represent artists such as Eastman Johnson, Winslow Homer, Enoch W...

Robert Mann Gallery: Joe Deal: The Fault Zone and Other Work 1976-1986
They created a map of American culture by making documentary photographs that were, as curator William Jenkins explains, "anthropological rather than critical, scientific rather than artistic." The relevance of the New Topographics artists has onl...

Frye Art Museum: Pioneer Women Photographers: Myra Albert Wiggins, Adelaide Hanscom Leeson, Imogen Cunningham, and Ella E. McBride
Myra Albert Wiggins is perhaps the earliest internationally known artist from the Northwest. She studied painting under some of the finest American artists of the day including John H.Twachtman (1853-1902) and William Merrit Chase (1849-1916), wh...

George Eastman House: Weegee's World: Life, Death, and the Human Drama
Weegee didn't invent 1930's tabloid news photography; he perfected it. The bold, graphic approach of his newspaper work was most often executed at night, his large camera flash freezing an event in dramatic and revealing light. Weegee observed of...

Presentation House Gallery: The Altered Landscape: Photographs from the Nevada Museum
The exhibition of 37 artists includes: Robert Adams, considered to be one of the most important photographers working today, who has been documenting the environmental destruction of the American West in the late 20th century. Richard Misrach and ...

Alliance Francaise, Toronto: An Hour of Wolf - Nightmare Trilogy: Works by Elizabeth Seigfried
In the catalogue for the 1998 George Eastman House exhibition Telling Stories, Therese Mulligan, curator, discusses the photographic narrative. She writes, In recent decades, much attention has been given to the study of narratives and how they di...

Kroller-Muller Museum: Nature as Artifice: The New Dutch Landscape in Photography and Video Art
Several star photographers and video artists from the Netherlands and abroad show us this new landscape in a colourful and varied exhibition with beautiful black and white and colour photographs and intriguing video installations. They record new ...

Verlaine: Ellas: Paintings and Works on Paper by Oudi Arroni
Over thirty years ago Oudi arrived to New York City with full determination. After studying photography and film at NYU, Oudi opened his first studio in the Bowery in 1979. Ten years later he was a highly successful editorial and advertising ...

CONTACT 2000: North America s Largest Photography Festival
The goal of CONTACT is to celebrate and introduce the general public to the diversity of photography while also presenting new directions. Exhibit venues include commercial and public galleries, museums, artist-run centres, community spaces, res...

Rose Korber at The Bay Hotel: 11th Art Salon at the Bay - New Directions
Included will be familiar names such as Willie Bester, Sam Nhlengethwa, Walter Oltman, Nina Romm, Jenny Stadler, Francine Scialom Greenblatt, Penny Stutterheim, Robert Slingsby, John Kramer, Paul Blomkamp, Louis Jansen van Vuuren and Walter Meyer....

Corcoran Gallery of Art: Reflections from the Heart: Photographs by David Seymour
This small retrospective is organized chronologically and showcases many of the photojournalistic black and white images for which Chim is best known. Also exhibited for the first time are several of Chim’s rare color images. A new publication, Da...

Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Winslow Homer and the Critics: Forging a National Art in th 1870s
One of the most visible artists in New York City, Homer exhibited frequently at national and international venues including the National Academy of Design and the American Society of Painters in Water Color, and at prestigious private cl...

National Gallery of Art: THE GOLDEN AGE OF CHINESE ARCHAEOLOGY: CELEBRATED DISCOVERIES FROM THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
The exhibition is sponsored by Eastman Kodak Company. After its showing at the National Gallery, the exhibition will be on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1...

Laurence Miller Gallery: Burk Uzzle: Riptide: America on the Flipside
The exhibition will also include several new works in color, in which the artist photographs heaps of shredded papers from the offices of professionals, like a dentist and an accountant, and from the studio of an erotic artist. Evocative of Jackso...

Stephen Cohen Gallery: Lori Nix - Truth and Illusion
Since the advent of photography, artists have played with the possibilities inherent in the medium to manipulate the reality/fantasy continuum. In the company of photographers like Cindy Sherman, Lori Simmons, James Cassebere, Jeff Wall and Gregor...

Bay Hotel: 14th Annual ART SALON AT THE BAY
Since its inception in 1992, the Art Salon has been a major enterprise, bringing together, under one roof, a large showcase of quality artworks, in various styles and media. This year's Salon sees a subtle shift towards more cutting-edge work, wh...

Coffey Gallery: Lauren Piperno: Living History - American Pop Culture and the Performer
As the colonialists fought for their independence, the creation of the American Constitution in 1787 was derived from many earlier sources of democracy.   One in particular was the working example of the Iroquois League, with their unwritten con...

Art Gallery of New South Wales: World Without End - Photography and the 20th Century
World Without End brings together some 200 works of acclaimed ...

Studio Thomas Kellner: photographers:network - Selection 2005
The exhibition shows work by artists that are at the same time on a similar path like Thomas Kellner. He gives us the opportunity to see images of his colleagues, whom he meets at festivals and other events somewhere in the world. The photograp...

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art: Concrete Abstraction: Aaron Siskind Photographs
Aaron Siskind dedicated a series of his mature photographs to Franz Kline, one of the New York painters with whom he was friends. For his part, Siskind's legacy lay in using straight photography to create co...

Rose Korber Art: 18th Annual Art Salon
The ART SALON - widely regarded as one of the key events in Cape Town‚s visual arts calendar - aims to present a comprehensive and varied overview of the current state of South African art. Artists featured include William Kentridge, Robert Hodgi...

Buddy Holly Center Fine Art Gallery: Call for Artists: Illuminance
Juror: Keith Carter is an internationally recognized photographer and educator. Born in Madison, Wisconsin in 1948, he holds the endowed Walles Chair of Art at Lamar University Beaumont, Texas. He is the recipient of two National Endowment for...

Corcoran Gallery of Art: Picturing the Banjo
"For more than two centuries, the banjo has played an integral role in American history and culture and has inspired an eclectic array of artists," said Sarah Cash, the Corcoran's Bechhoefer Curator of American Art. "A highlight of the Corcoran...

Kiang Gallery: Edward West: Casting Shadows
As the exhibition's title suggests, shadow is used within the images as a metaphor for the shifting visibility of the black population during this period of political and cultural change. Shot with high-speed film and digitally printed on drawing ...

Center for Creative Photography: Accommodating Nature: The Photographs of Frank Gohlke
Gohlke’s career in photography spans more than 35 years; a major exhibition of his large-format landscape photographs of Mount St. Helens was presented at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2005. The present exhibition, organized by John...

New Mexico Photography Field School: 2000 Photography Workshops Filling Quickly
Begun in 1990, the New Mexico Photography Field School is directed by nationally-known fine art photographer Craig Varjabedian. His widely collected and exhibited photographs are known for their tonal delicacy and visual isolation of natural and ...

San Jose Museum of Art: Michiko Kon: Still Lifes
Often compared to Edward Weston's still life photographs and Arcimboldo's fruit figure paintings, Kon's work creates a de...

Center for Creative Photography: TWO LORIE NOVAK EXHIBITIONS: Survey of Lorie Novaks color prints and Collected Visions multi-media installation
Novak has long explored the nature of the snapshot and has created innovative and engaging ways to look at family photographs as representations of both personal and collective memory. Lorie Novak: Photographs, 1983-2000, organized by the Ce...

Kiang Gallery: Casting Shadows: Photographs by Edward West
As the exhibition's title suggests, shadow is used within the images as a metaphor for the shifting visibility of the black population during this period of political and cultural change. Shot with high-speed film and digitally printed on drawing ...

Bay Hotel: The 15th annual Art Salon at the Bay
Previously somewhat neglected, these arenas are being taken seriously by museum directors and international curators, and works in these spheres are being snapped up by savvy buyers. With her expertise in this area, Rose Korber has curated the 15t...

Portland Museum of Art: Maine Art Museums and Galleries Collaborate for First Time for Largest Photography show by Sebastiao Salgado
Since 1993, Brazilian-born Sebastião Salgado has visited more than 35 countries to document the worldwide phenomenon of mass migration - its causes, and its effects. These beautiful and disturbing photographs record images that capture the plight ...

Asia Society: One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now
The exhibition is curated by a national, three-person team: Susette S. Min, formerly curator at the Drawing Center in New York and now Assistant Professor, Asian American Studies and Art History at University of California, Davis; Karin Higa, Seni...

photo L.A.: The 10th Los Angeles Photographic Print Exposition
This is an unparalleled opportunity for collectors, curators and the curious to view thousands of images from all over the world. Over 6000 people attended last year...

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