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Artist: Elizabeth Hamilton Huntington ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Sir Joshua Reynolds - Lady Elizabeth Hamilton 1758 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art British
Henry Meyer Lady Hamilton with Her Dog Mezzotint 18th - 19th century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art -
Lady Elizabeth Hamilton (1753-1797), Countess of Derby, 1776-78 George Romney (British, 1734-1802)Oil on canvas; 50
Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington Collis P. Huntington bronze 19th - 20th century
Elizabeth Voelker Tao Series. Landscape VI oil on paper 1976
Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington Bust of Archer M. Huntington bronze 1927
The Metropolitan Museum of Art -
Edward Smith Stanley (1752-1834), Twelfth Earl of Derby, with His First Wife (Lady Elizabeth Hamilton,
George Romney - Sir William Hamilton 1783-1784 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art British
John Trumbull - Alexander Hamilton c. 1792 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
John Trumbull - Alexander Hamilton c. 1806 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
Costume Sketch of Ellen Drew as Alice Hamilton in Paramount Picture’s Production of ’Geronimo’, Edith Head (United States, California, Los Angeles, 28-10-1898 - 1981-10-24)  (Previous artist), 1938, Gouache on board
The Metropolitan Museum of Art -
Elizabeth Bushby, 1804 Andrew Plimer (British, 1763-1837)Ivory; Oval, 3 x 2 1/4 in. (75 x
Alexandre Cabanel Mrs. Collis Huntington oil on canvas 1882
Boris Bernhard Gordon - John Huntington 1917 oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art American
Arthur G. Dove - Huntington Harbor 1924 oil, oil on paper, p Hirshhorn Museum American
George Romney - Lady Hamilton as 'Nature' 1782 oil on canvas The Frick Collection British
Thomas Gainsborough - Lady Anne Hamilton c. 1777-80 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art English
Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington Greyhounds cast aluminum 1936
Alfred T. Agate - John Church Hamilton c. 1840 watercolor on ivory Smithsonian American Art Museum American
Dolce far Niente, Hamilton Revelle (United States)  (Artist), circa 1922, Gelatin-silver print
James Watson Elizabeth Bashwood, wife of the fourth Duke of Manchester and her son mezzotint 18th century
Paysage de Huntington by EDWARDS Edwin
Benjamin West - Maria Hamilton Beckford (Mrs. Willam Beckford) 1799 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
Hamilton J Hay The Encased Statue Drypoint 1913
Domenico Cunego Andromache Bewailing the Death of Hector, after the painting by Gavin Hamilton Etching and engraving 1764
Portrait de Mr Edward Jones (1868) by HUNTINGTON Daniel
Percy Thomas La Belle Hamilton 1827
George Cattermole Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh lithograph 19th century
John Collier T. Hamilton Crawford 19th - 20th century
Henry Wolf Alexander Hamilton 1898
Jim Huntington Untitled graphite 1978
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in yellow
James Hamilton Sailing Ships in San Francisco Harbor oil on canvas 1877
Francesco Bartolozzi Elizabeth, Countess Of Lanesborough Etching and engraving 1791
Richard Hamilton Kent State Screenprint 1970
Hamilton J Hay The New Lion, British Musuem, London Drypoint 1913
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in yellow and green
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts -
Artist: Sir David Wilkie Title: The Hamilton Children Date: 1835 Medium: black and red chalk
Alice Child Hamilton Silkscreen Study IV color screenprint 1972
Alice Child Hamilton Silkscreen Study I color screenprint 1972
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in yellow, green and blue
T.A. Dean James, Marquis of Hamilton 19th century
Lord Douglas Hamilton (1965) by anonyme
Marguerite Zorach Sierras, Back of Huntington Lake black ink circa 1912
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts -
Artist: Henry Hamilton Bennett Title: Waiting for the Royal Family at Entrance to the Palace,
Guillaume-Philippe Benoist Hamilton, Earl of Orkney 18th century
Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington Yawning Tiger bronze circa 1925
Henry Wolf Portrait of Alexander Hamilton wood engraving 1898
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in yellow, green, blue and purple
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in yellow, green, blue, purple and red
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in black, red, green and dark green
Henry Wolf Selina, Countess of Huntington 1915
Henry Wolf Selina, Countess of Huntington 1915
J. Paul Getty Museum -
Henry Hamilton Bennett with his Family
How to Make a Good Print, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, A suite of eight color lithographs
Anthony van Dyck - Lady Mary Villiers, later Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, with Charles Hamilton, Lord Arran c. 1636 oil on canvas North Carolina Museum of Art Flemish
Portrait de Mrs Edward Jones (19e siècle) by HUNTINGTON Daniel
Timothy Cole Portrait of Alexander Hamilton 19th - 20th century
Untitled, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in yellow, green, blue, purple, red and orange
I Know it When I See it, Practical Printmaking from the Ground up, Ed Hamilton (United States, born 1941) , 1996, Lithograph in black and light gray

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (39)
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Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: ORCHIDS IN GOLD BY MICKEY NAX

Huntington Antiques Ltd.: Spring Exhibition of Important Aqcuisitions
This unique collection will be on view from the 15th May throught to the 27th May (except sunday 21st) in 9000Sq.ft. of showrooms in Stow on the Wold....

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...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: Selections from the Darwin Collection
This will be the first time that selections from this remarkable collection are exhibited for the public. Highlights of the collection include the magnificent Zoology of the Voyage of the HMS Beagle (1838-1843), and more than 200 printings of Da...

Getty Museum: A Passion for Performance: Sarah Siddons and Her Portraitists
Cultivating a complex public persona to promote her celebrity, Siddons collaborated with the greatest artists of her day to create images which celebrated her renowned majestic ...

Stichting Natuurkunst Drenthe: Installation in Nature: Matthew Chase-Daniel
The sculptures in New York were made of tipi poles and natural, locally-gathered items such as pine cones, grasses and wild plants. Chase-Daniel will be bringing the tipi poles from New Mexico, and the public was welcomed to join him in collectin...

Alfred Van Loen Gallery, South Huntington Library: Peripheral Vision: Lynda Lehmann
Lynda Lehmann studied art education at Penn State and went on to earn her BFA from Hofstra University. She studied advertising art at Farmingdale College and textile design at the School of Visual Arts, then worked as a commercial artist before pu...

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: RUTH WEISBERG: CANTO V: A WHIRLWIND OF LOVERS
In Weisberg's monumental painting---a pensive exploration of the nature of passion and love---couples come together but remain emotionally separate, suggesting that despite the intensity of the moment in which the lovers should be transported, t...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: The Great Wide Open: Panoramic Photographs of the American West
Well-known early photographers such as Carleton E. Watkins, William H. Jackson, and Eadweard Muybridge are represented, along with contemporary photographers including Karen Halverson, Mark Klett, Gus Foster, Robert Dawson, Stuart Klipper, Cath...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Vision and Verse: William Blake
Although little known in his own lifetime, William Blake (1757-1827) is now one of the most celebrated artists and poets in the English-speaking world. His ability to express his imaginative vision through both pictures and poems makes his tale...

: Call for Artists: 2007 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts
Come to Boston to meet, network with and have your work seen by the conferences distinguished curators, critics and panelists. This is an excellent resource for professional development. Advance conference registration, which includes admission to...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: STAR STRUCK: 1,000 YEARS OF THE ART AND SCIENCE OF ASTRONOMY
Also featured are items on loan from several other institutions, such as an authentic moon rock from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), medieval manuscripts from the J. Paul Getty Museum, dramatic photographs of deep space...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: RELIGION AND THE FOUNDING OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC
New waves of immigrants in the 18th century brought their own religious fervor across the Atlantic, and it was a largely religious people who rebelled against Great Britain in 1776. The efforts of the Founders of the American nation to define th...

Museum Het Domein: Situation Comedy: Photographs, Drawings and Paintings by Ed Templeton
In the exhibition Situation Comedy Templeton shows paintings, drawings and photos. The paintings are portraits of people he meets on the street through skateboarding. He calls them Sketchbook-Paintings since he assembles them as is if in a sketchb...

The Office: Ulteriora: Abandonment Photography and Exploration in Southern California
The majority are not professional photographers, yet they are resourceful and cunning in their craft. They habitually put themselves in the awkward situation of potential and sometimes inevitable confrontation with property owners and/or the autho...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Drawn to Art: Art Education and the American Experience, 1800-1950
Among the 79 objects on display in the West Hall of the Library are vintage paint boxes, Victorian-era coloring books, stencil kits, slates, tracing books, drawing manuals, crayons and colored pencils, books on educational theory, and a Chautau...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Pictures in Private: British Portraiture in Domestic Spaces, 1680-1830
Rather than the narrative painting celebrated on the Continent, portraiture was the most popular genre of art in eighteenth-century Britain. Collectors displayed not only large-scale painted portraits, but also portrait prints, drawings, and m...

Laguna Art Museum: Surf Culture: The Art History of Surfing
Surf Culture - The Art History of Surfing, on view at the Laguna Art Museum from July 28 through October 6, 2002, explores this phenomenon through the work of an equally cross-disciplinary group of artists who surf and surfers who make art. The pr...

Portland Museum of Art: The Grand Moving PANORAMA of Pilgrim's Progress
In its entirety, Panorama of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress was an eight-foot high by 850-foot long canvas mounted on wooden rollers that unfurled the painting. Each viewing of the panorama wa...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: A MIROUR POLISSHED BRYGHT: REFLECTIONS OF CHAUCER, 1400-2000
Chaucer (c.1343-1400), the first great poet to write in English, has never lacked for critics. Daniel Defoe thought him not fit for modest persons to read; Lord Byron found him obscene and contemptible; and Matthew Arnold deplored his lack of hig...

Galeria VinoMio: Malaga at Easter Time
Helene Duran, the owner of the Galería Vino Mio said “ Malaga at Easter time sees one of the greatest festivals celebrating the crucifixion of Jesus held throughout the city is a now a central part of the cultural life of Malaga and its appropriat...

Studio of Richard Wood: Andalusian International Artists Group
Members of the Andalusian International Artists Group are:
Margit Björklund - Sweden
Leila Selmo - Finland
Auli Suvanto - Finland
Brian Reifer - British
Pixie Glore - USA
Roger Backwell - British
Chris Hyde - British

Brookgreen Gardens: Fabric of a People : African-American Art, Experience, Contrinbutions - Hampton Olfus Selected to Participate
Hampton Olfus
Title: Life and Its Voyagers
Year Created: 2010
Medium: Drawing Pen
Width: 40 inches
Height: 18.5 inches
Price: US$ 3,000

National Gallery of Art:
Thomas Gainsborough, 1727-1788
The exhibition was organized by Tate Britain--where it has been on view since October 24, 2002, and will close on January 19, 2003--in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where it will be ...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Gloriana! The Golden Legend of Elizabeth I
I am no lover of pompous title, Queen Elizabeth I is said to have told her ladies-in-waiting, but only desire that my name may be recorded in a line or two, which shall briefly express my name, my virginity, the years of my reign, the reformat...

Joao Ferreira Fine Art: Nicholas Hales: Adytum
The work utilizes the house (building) as a metaphor for self (Jungian dream analysis). As starting points for the work, the artist drew on the houses and buildings (walls, windows, doors and tiled sections of shop fronts) around his studio in Woo...

Peabody Essex Museum: Suggestive Curves
Each of the twenty-two boats selected for this exhibition is a descendant of a long ancestry of innovation and ...

San Antonio Museum of Art: Whispers from the Walls: The Art of Whitfield Lovell
Lovell’s exploration of African American life is further enhanced by added layers of sensory experience, from the scents of musty fabric and a half-filled decanter of whiskey, to the sounds of a 1920s blues tune emanating from an old record player...

Art Gallery of New South Wales: Late Landscape Paintings of Horace Trenerry
Trenerry was born in 1899 in Adelaide, son of a butcher descended from Cornish immigrants who arrived in South Australia some time earlier in the nineteenth century. There he grew up and studied at various private art schools, and briefly the Sout...

Harbor Gallery, UMASS-Boston: TRIO: Di Da Do - Current Work by 3 Female Artists
The TRIO Show not only presents the diverse geographical beginnings of these artists, but also lends itself to multi-generational study. Dorothy Arnold, a 77 year old painter, has achieved a wide internat...

J. Paul Getty Center: Jean-Antoine Houdon: Sculptor of the Enlightenment
More than 70 Houdon sculptures, created in marble, bronze, terracotta, and plaster, have been brought together for the first time in nearly two centuries, demonstrating the remarkable degree of insight and physical accuracy that the sculptor incor...

Montclair Art Museum: The Unseen Cindy Sherman: Early Transformations (1975-1976)
Sherman was born in 1954 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, and moved to Huntington Beach in suburban Long Island, New York when she was three. There, Sherman’s interests in art, movies, television, makeup and clothing began their lifelong evolution into...

Vincent Pepi: First Generation Abstract Expressionist Offers Limited Editions through absolutearts.com
View and order Rome 507M at: 507M. "As ongoing research enriches the already remarkable story of mid-20th-century painte...

The exhibition will assemble masterpieces from one of the most important ceramic traditions of the Western Hemisphere, many on view for the first time in decades. The exhibition explores the development of the magnificent tin-glazed earthenware known...

Charles Allis Art Museum: Personal Edens: The Gardens and Film Sets of Florence Yoch
From 1918 to 1971 she adapted traditional landscape designs to American needs, creating some of the West‚s most beloved gardens. Modern California gardens have fully incorporated her fundamental design principles of comfort, efficiency, and eco...

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: In Joseph Havel: A Decade of Sculpture 1996-2006
The MFAH organized the exhibition with guest curator Peter Doroshenko, director of the BALTIC Center for Contemporary Art in Gateshead, Northern England, and former senior curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Alison de Lima Greene, cur...

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art: Marsden Hartley: First Retrospective in over 20 Years
Widely acknowledged as the greatest of the early American modernists, Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) belonged to a circle of artists promoted by photographer and gallery owner Alfred Stieglitz that included Georgia O’Keeffe, John Marin, Arthur Dove, ...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Lure of the West: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
First explorers and trappers, then settlers and immigrants were drawn to the lands and opportunities for a new life in the American West, said Elizabeth Broun, director of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Artists were quick to discover new...

ccnoa: Convergence: Tiong Ang, Luisa Caldwell, Janet Echelman, Carlo Ferraris, Craig Fisher, Christa Maiwald, Maria Morganti, Linda Van Boven
Bringing new talent to the forefront and initiating relationships with emerging and established artists and creating a comprehensive dialogue between the works of local, national and international artists, Ms. Lynch, has worked as an independent c...

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