Cynthia with Glass, Moses Soyer (Russia, Borisoglebsk, 1899 - 1974) , 1969, Oil on canvas
Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (24)
Click on any of the links below to read about artnews or exhibitions related to Moses
Brian Gross Fine Art: Ed Moses: New Paintings
Poured and visibly dragged across the canvas, the layers of paint reveal a distinct intuitive gesture and a continuous spacial rhythm. Moses’ 40-year concern with abstract painting has yielded an array of styles and distinct bodies of work and in...
National Museum of Women in the Arts: Anna Mary Robertson: Grandma Moses and Her Place in History
Moses, a farmer and homemaker from upstate New York who became one of the most respected folk artists of the pre-World War II period,
was also one of the first artists to become a media superstar and probably the best known woman artist of her...
San Diego Museum of Art: Grandma Moses in the 21st Century
Grandma Moses is one the great icons among 20th century folk artists, and it is with great pleasure that the San Diego Museum of Art now makes her lively paintings available and accessible to our community, says the Museum’s executive director, Do...
London Business School: The First Annual London Art Investment Conference
Theme of this year's conference is "The Rise of Art as an Alternative Asset Class".
The conference discusses the characteristics and dynamics of this emerging alternative asset class, why it should be considered in asset allocation decisions...
Louvre Museum: Heka: Magic and bewitchment in Ancient Egypt
As for this formula, it must not be
revealed to anyone, no one must know of
it. Never reveal it to common mortals!
AfricanColours: Time Works Sent by Artists through the World Wide Web:Time Works sent by artists to the World Wide Web: WWW.RT-IT.COM
We are here, we cannot get away from our time regardless of who we are, where we come from, wherever we might travel to, we are here, all together, right now, here in this womb of time. Time is making you what you are, time is telling you where yo...
Forest Lawn Museum: From Ararat to America: Works from 17 Contemporary Armenian Artists
The exhibit is a celebration of Armenian art and artists in Los Angeles and a memorial to persecution of Armenians over the years. While memories of hardship and persecution are an integral part of the Armenian cultural, so is a rich collection o...
Aspex Gallery: Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson
The artists say, "We use the idea of things in twos as a kind of organising principle to frame a wide range of interests. So the work might be about human relationships, delinquency, faith or sex but the pieces all work through this method of pre...
San Diego Art Institute: 45th Annual International All Media Visual Awards Exhibition
Over $5,000 will be awarded to the artist in this international show, including a Grand Award of $2,000, two Awards for Excellence of $1,000 and the John McKee Memorial Award for Figure Drawing / Painting.
Returning to the show is Catherine ...
Workmens Cirle: A Shenere Velt Gallery: A Jewish Portrait Gallery: Questions of Seeing and Looking
Included works are by Laurel Paley, with her
intriguing semi-abstractions, Lucille Dratler and Gabriella Karin, whose art
is inspired by Holocaust survivorship, and Ilse Gordon, whose moody faces
evoke pre-war Vienna and modern, intellectual Je...
Pharmaka: LA Ethos: On Location at Pharmaka
The participating artists include: Fumiko Amano, Don Bachardy, Jeff Britton, Randall Cabe, Christopher Cousins, Stanley Dorfman, Tim Forcum, GERMS, Shane Guffogg, Laura Hipke, Doro Hofmann, Patricia Howard, Tim Isham, Donald Krieger, Campbell Lair...
Fenimore Art Museum: Being Indian: The 6th Contemporary Iroquois Art Biennial
Peter B. Jones (Onondaga-Seneca) is a renowned potter and sculptor from the Beaver Clan, Onondaga Nation. Jones, who resides on the Cattaraugus Territory of the Seneca Nation of Indians, studied under Hopi artist Otellie Loloma while attending the...
Kettle's Yard Gallery, University of Cambridge: EXODUS: between promise and fulfilment
Photographs from the Ordnance Survey of the Peninsula of Sinai 1869 by Sgt.
James McDonald (1822-1885)
BAT Centre: Ipopeng Project: UNDER COVER
The current tension and diverging statements in art challenges us to
re-evaluate our personal criteria in the composing of visual concepts. Each
artist's individual work can only affirm itself in the wider context of
concurrent developments. Ac...
NSA Gallery: Start: The Nivea Art Award
To enter "START. THE NIVEA ART AWARD" artists had to submit photographs of three to four of their existing two-dimensional works. Over 200 artists submitted entries for the competition, which closed 20 January 2005.
On 23 January, the jud...
Centre of Attention: Gypsies, Jews, Blacks and Queers and other free radicals (Nu Elementz in Performance Art at Notting Hill Arts Club)
I want some of your attention; give it to me. Chrisse Hynde. This work is new and valuable: in dealing with culture, with desire, with Being, with incongruity, with misplaced, mis-shaped, look at me, look what I done, mentality, sensuality: broken...
Smithsonian American Art Museum: Earl Cunningham’s America
“I am delighted that the Smithsonian American Art Museum is presenting the remarkable
paintings of Earl Cunningham, an artist whose works combine the charm of memory painting with the
vivid colors of early modernism,” said Elizabeth Broun, The...
Box Heart Gallery: The 10th Annual Sacred Art Exhibition
Artists participating in the exhibition are:
Alleman, Carol - Sculpture - Arizona
Almarza, Alberto - Painting - Chili
Blondell, Tina - Painting - Minnesota
Catale, Sharon - Textile, Mixed Media - Pennsylvania
Workmens Cirle: Curating a Better World: Tenth Anniversary Show
Many artists-those shown
here and others who appreciate the ongoing project-have expressed their
eagerness to help the celebration and have generously donated works for our
Tenth Anniversary Show.
"Curating a Better World" will run from ...
Dayton Art Institute: Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Rockwell Kents Snow Fields
(1909), the earliest work in the exhibition, portrays women, children and dogs playing on a sunny winter
day and captures the new spirit of the time. Likewise, paintings by William Glackens, Agnes Tait and Paul
Yeshiva University Museum: TESTIMONY and MEMORY : Carole Smollan
Smollan’s Torah mantles exhibit an extraordinary range of decorative
variation. She employs a variety of stitching techniques and other
embellishments, such as applied lace, linking this body of work to her
early career in lace and linge...
Reflect-arts, Inc. at Gallery 27+: Strange Cities: the Unique and the Unusual in the Urban Landscape
The opening event for Strange Cities will take place on Thursday, October 19, 2006, 6-9 pm. The opening will include live improvisational electronic music by the vibrant duo pico fermi, and a surreal, over the top interactive art performance by Th...
Ketterer Kunst: Spring Auctions Begin With Modern Art on Paper in Hamburg
Nu pour Cleveland was made 14 years earlier. This signed engraving of 1932 by Henri Matisse is more than just an appreciation of femininity. It is estimated at DM 15,000 - 17,000.
Another outstanding work of the auction is Marc Chagalls Piro...
San Jose Museum of Art: Carmen Lomas Garza: A Retrospective
Awakened to the Chicano movement in
1965 when a group of the United Farm
Workers marched through her hometown
Further Artwork and Information:
Bennington Museum - Grandma Moses Collection
Grandma Moses Online
Bennington Museum - Grandma Moses_ Prints and Memorabilia
Grandma Moses aka Anna Mary Robertson
Grandma Moses Country
Galerie St. Etienne | Grandma Moses
Grandma Moses -- Encyclopædia Britannica
My Biography Journal About Grandma Moses by Jasmine
JS Online: Grandma Moses art getting a 2nd look
Search the Art History Database for artists, titles, media, year, and other indepth information: