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Artist: Charles Parsons ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Charles R. Parsons Foundry of the Pacific Mail Steam-Ship Company's Iron Works at Benicia , California lithograph 1855
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Charles R. Parsons Hot Springs, Arkansas, Looking South, Down the Valley - p.860 Harper's Weekly, 3 November 1877 wood engraving 19th century
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Peter Lely - Portrait of a Lady: probably Mary Parsons, later Mrs. Draper c. 1665 oil on canvas The Fitzwilliam Museum British
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Feint color etching 1989
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Burn color etching 1989
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Etranger color etching 1989
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Quan color etching 1989
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Embers color etching 1989
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons A Rematch for Marcel Duchamp and Eve Babitz woodcut 1992
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Napa Valley A.M. color woodcut 1993
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Kasimir District, Krakow engraving, aquatint and etching 1991
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Poem by George Seferis 20th century
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Cellblock 15: Progression of Lost Souls etching, engraving and aquatint 1991
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Barbara Galuszka Parsons Brandenberg Gate engraved collage, printed letter press 1989
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Charles, Vasa, MN, Alec Soth (United States, Minnesota, Minneapolis, born 1969) , 2003, Chromogenic development print
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John Raphael Smith Mr. Bannister, Jr. and Mr. Parsons Mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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J.A.J. Wilcox Portrait of Anton Parsons Hotaling engraving 19th century
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John Sell Cotman Parsons Bridge, Cardiganshire. From 48 plates to Liber Studiorium Etchings 1838
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Mrs. Horton, Later Viscountess Maynard (Nancy Parsons, born about 1734, died 1814-15), 1769 Sir Joshua
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Leather great chair Armchair (upholstered) Massachusetts, (Boston), 1665-80 Wood; oak; maple; original upholstery foundation of
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Nathaniel Currier American "Express" Train lithograph with hand color 1855
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Edith Barretto Stevens Parsons - Turtle Baby c. 1910 bronze Cleveland Museum of Art American
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Walter Parsons Shaw Griffin, American, 1861-1935 Old Houses, Stroudwater, Maine 1919 Oil on canvas 83.82
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Samuel Stillman Osgood, American, 1808-1885 Anna Quincy Thaxter Parsons about 1830 Oil on canvas 76.83
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Jacques Charles Bar Charles Rollin 18th - 19th century
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Richard Potter, English, 1726-1806 Flute England, (London), about 1785-1800 Boxwood, brass 60.7 cm (23 7/8
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Philippe de Champaigne - Charles II 1653 oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art French
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Richard Verbrick - Charles Cox 1835 watercolor on ivory Cincinnati Art Museum American
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Un député du Sacre de Charles X by DELORME
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Madame Charles Pomaret (1932) by DESPIAU Charles
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Man with Tie, Mark Jilg , 1977, Dye-imbibition print
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Man with Tie, Mark Jilg , 1977, Dye-imbibition print
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John Smibert, American (born in Scotland), 1688-1751 Judge Charles Chambers 1743 Oil on canvas 121.6
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Pierre Charles Ingouf Paul-Charles Lorry 18th - 19th century
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Charles Turner Charles John, Crown Prince of Sweden 18th - 19th century
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Un page de Charles X (19e siècle) by LANCRENON Joseph Ferdinand
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Le sacre de Charles X : un cardinal (2e moitié 19e siècle) by DUPRE Louis
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Le sacre de Charles X : le chancelier (2e moitié 19e siècle) by DUPRE Louis
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Le sacre de Charles X : les offrandes (2e moitié 19e siècle) by DUPRE Louis
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Le sacre de Charles X : un député (2e moitié 19e siècle) by DUPRE Louis
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Sacre de Charles X : le duc d'Orléans (19e siècle) by HEIM François Joseph
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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Witness #5, Liza Ryan , 1999, Gelatin-silver print
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CHARLES GLEYRE (1806-1874) (milieu 19e siècle) by GLEYRE Charles
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Sacre de Charles X : le festin (4e quart 18e siècle ; 1ère moitié 19e siècle) by LAFITTE Louis
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Le sacre de Charles X : le duc de Bourbon (2e moitié 19e siècle) by DUPRE Louis
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Sacre de Charles X : un pair de France (19e siècle) by HEIM François Joseph
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Un garde de la manche de Charles X (19e siècle) by LANCRENON Joseph Ferdinand

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (38)
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Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: Ben Fernandez: A Retrospective
Subjects for his historical work includes ghetto children, New York's Hispanic community, the protest movement of the 60's. a dramatic photo essay on Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr., a serieas on bikers and a documentary series on China....

Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: The Floor Show
This exhibition was originally designed for Surfaces 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada and is sponsored by American HomeStyle & Gardening Magazine....

Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: Exploring Digital Fashion and Textile Design
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Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: Architectural Acoustics: Acoustic Architecture
How does sound transform of create space and what happens to space when it is devoid of soundNULL The exhibition includes composer Lee Ronaldo's manuscript, which uses personal acoustic fragments to create a fictional piece. Composer Bruce Odland'...

Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: Michael Kalil Retrospective: Design for the 21st Century
The model for this prototype will be included in the exhibition. Also shown will be Kalil's Electronic Communications Center, designed for Armstrong World Industries, residences and industrial designs. Kalil's work has been extensively publish...

Parsons Exhibition Gallery, Parsons School of Design: SPEECHLESS: A Retrospective of Peter Kuper
SPEECHLESS will include cover illustrations, paintings, sculptures and wordless comics in Kuper's unique stencil style. Also featured are examples of Kuper's step-by-step process of illustration, a comic chronicling his experience serving as an ex...

Kontainer Gallery: Drawing Group Show: UK and American Artists
Jane Harris, winner of the 2002 Jerwood Drawing Prize, showed extensively throughout Europe and is having her first solo show in US at Kontainer Gallery in April 2004 and her first museum show is scheduled in 2005 at Aldrich Museum, Connecticut...

Montclair Art Museum: WILL BARNET: A TIMELESS WORLD
IMAGE:
Will Barnet
Old Mans Afternoon, 1947
Oil on canvas
47 x 36 in.
Private collection
Works from the Permanent Collection of The Montclair Art Museum by ...

Quang Gallery: Brighton Beach Bodies: Photographs by Alexandre Borodouline
In 1979 Borodouline began photographing the beaches of Coney Island. Over the period of two years he compiled a collection of images which he later entitled Time/Life Brighton Beach. Some of the images were published by the Zoom magazine...

artSPACE durban: Malleable: A Group Exhibition Curated by Grace Kotze
The show will boast the talents of painters such as Pascale Chandler, Zama Dunywa, Jenny Parsons, Nathi Gumede, Grace Kotze, Danielle Malherbe, Anet Norval, Janet Solomon, Bronwen Vaughan-Evans, Virginia MacKenny and Marlene Wasserman. Op...

Micro Museum: Pioneering Spirit: Intrepid Women of the 19th Century
Each mixed media painting expresses these individual womens dignity and presence of mind and tells a story of adventure, courage, fearlessness, strength and above all, femininity. The pieces apply a va! riety of media including acrylic, ink, sa...

Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery: R. Kenton Nelson: Trouble
Informed by an Americana influenced by the WPA and its champions as well as his great uncle, Roberto Montenegro, the Mexican Muralist who was a contemporary of Rivera, Orozco and others, R. Kenton Nelson's work implies a story line that we, the vi...

Parsons Exhition Center: Drawing in the Present Tense
This show is based on a series of simple observations about the drawing process. The creative process itself often has its origins in drawing. In this view, drawing comes about from a succession of traces, impulses and sensations that form an end...

Museum of Contemporary Art, LA: Street Credibility: Photographs from the 1940s to the 1970s
Focusing on the similarity of this generation's subjects and approaches, the exhibition is organized around visual tropes, such as people inside their homes, the equation of individuals with their possessions, couples, entertainers, and specta...

g-module: Andrew Chesler: New Paintings
The Play-Doh-colored, stain-based paintings possess the signature atmospheric, otherworldly qualities of the artist's past work. In this series Chesler adds forms which could be portraits -- perhaps of beings born of Chesler's terrestrial apocaly...

DFN Gallery: Rick Finkelstein: Without Wings, New Drawings and Animation
The films animation consists of single drawings sequentially drawn and erased, and includes childlike cutouts moving against a static backdrop. Each drawing represents a distilled moment in the animated story, and together they allow the dream-l...

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...

Leonardo Gallery: Fragments of the Imagination
Marjolyn van der Hart is currently based in Toronto. She studied painting at Parsons School of Art and Design in New York City and received a BFA from Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. She also holds a BA with honours degree ...

LAAA South, The Mike Napoliello Gallery: Ryan Villiers: Rotten Apple Eden
Using declassified government documents as source material, as well as McDonalds as a metaphor for General Maos demoralizing regime, Ryans previous work portrayed his carefree cast of characters as unwitting pawns - their happy faces masking a ...

Micro Museum: Archetype Juxtaposed: William Alexander Kerr and Juliette Pelletier
William Alexander Kerr has exhibited in individual and group shows in the United States, Switzerland and Portugal. Kerr received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis, and is a self-taught fine artist. Prior t...

June Kelly Gallery: Sky Pape: Drawing Breath
For Pape, drawing is the core of any art, and her innovative approach displays both experimentation and expressiveness. Pape employs the line as an isolated gesture with an almost independent presence. She then integrates her lines and cutouts w...

The Dahesh Museum: Revealing the Holy Land: The Photographic Exploration of Palestine
The images include tightly composed details of architectural assemblies that record layers of occupation of an ancient city, panoramas of the Sinai desert that defy any understanding of scale, iconic views of Jerusalem sought out by visitors today...

Estate Project for Artists with AIDS: First-time Ever Exhibition from Innovative Databank
A national exhibition program has been launched, with the first venue being Parsons School of Design, a division of the New School University, of an upcoming exhibition drawn from The Virtual Collection. The Estate Projects Director, Patrick M...

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: Fantasy and Function: The Furniture of John Dickinson
Organized by Darrin Alfred, SFMOMA curatorial associate of architecture and design, the exhibition is drawn from the Museums impressive collection of 250 works by the San Franciscobased designer. Dickinsons designs demonstrate his ability to b...

The Dahesh Museum: Last Chance! Revealing the Holy Land: The Photographic Exploration of Palestine
The images include tightly composed details of architectural assemblies that record layers of occupation of an ancient city, panoramas of the Sinai desert that defy any understanding of scale, iconic views of Jerusalem sought out by visitors today...

Westbeth Artist Housing, Studio A101: Sumi-E (Japanese Brush Painting) Works on Paper by Koho Yamamoto, Sensei and her Students
Koho Yamamoto was among his students. Excelling in his Sumi-E class, she was given a part of Prof. Obata's art name, Koho, which is a symbol of spiritual succession and to teach Sumi-E to the world. After the war Ms. Yamamoto came to New Yor...

Yale School of Architecture Galleries: Matter: The Work of Tod Williams and Billie Tsien
Williams and Tsien have worked together since 1977 and been partners in their own design studio since 1986. In addition to their celebrated institutional projects, the architects have also taken on such disparate commissions as the costumes and mo...

FAS Contemporary Art: Nina Murdoch: In the Dark
Nina searches and revisits parts of London for subject matter, 'mining for light' as she calls it: looking for rare shafts of sunlight that bring to life and transform from the mundane the citys architectural framework. These light shafts occur...

Riffe Gallery: Growing Pains: Life's Journey
As the experiences that frame us are varied so are the ways in which artists can explore these themes. Growing Pains brings together many artistic disciplines from Janis Mars Wunderlichs witty sculptures to mixed-media works by Michael Arrigo. Ea...

Bert's Warehouse Theater: Dirty Show International Erotic Art Exhibition Features Work by Harry Weisburd
Harry is originally from New York. Harry started out as a fashion artist like fashion artist, Andy Warhol and evolved into a fine artist , painter and sculptor. He graduated from Parsons School of Design, New York. Harry worked as a fashion artis...

Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum: John A. and Margaret Hill Collection of American Western Art AND Silver Blossoms, Turquoise Mountains: Southwest Indian Jewelry
As a connoisseur of American art, John Hill collected what he believed in, which was the myth of the American West. It is a myth that has shaped this nation more than any other. From it, comes our sense of magisterial landscapes dwarfing human a...

Oakland Museum of California: Capturing Light: Masterpieces of California Photography, 1850-2000
Much of what we think of as Great American Photography is in fact Californian, said Drew Heath Johnson, Curator of Photography at OMCA. Names such as Weston, Watkins, Ansel Adams or Dorothea Lange are among the first that occur to us when we consi...

Dia:Beacon: Agnes Martin: Homage to [a] Life: Paintings 19902004
Homage to [a] Life features works from the prolific years in Martins late career. Exploring both horizontal and vertical fields, Martin remained dedicated to pushing the formal possibilities of her luminous compositions. Adopting a smaller, fiv...

Trygve Lie Gallery: NANY II: Norwegian Artists in New York
Irene Christensen's art is about painting as a magical act. She has had one person exhibitions at Elverum Skogs Museum, Norway, E.F.T.A., Brussels, Belgium, Bergen Museum & Paterson Museum, New Jersey as well as many cultural centers and galleries...

Hudson River Museum: Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks,
Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks and related programs are made possible by AOL Time Warner and Ford Motor Company. Additional support is provided by the Glen Eagles Foundation, Cone-Laumont Editions, Ltd., Laumont Labs, and Time Life Photo L...

Camera Club of New York: Call for Artists: National Photography Competition
Juror
During a 40-year career, photographer Larry Fink has explored the human condition from myriad anglesand always with a human touch. Among his publications are Somewhere There's Music (Damiani, 2006), The Forbidden Pictures (powerHouse, ...

Lawrence Asher Gallery: Philippa Blair - Tracks : Jayme Odgers - Watercolor Portraits
Philippa Blair's paintings do not have a fixed point of view thus allowing us to read the work any way we like, side to side or top to bottom, as we attempt to discern one surface layer from the next. It is beneath this layering of paint and aggr...

Brevard Museum of Art and Science: Mariam Shapiro: Works on Paper, A Thirty Year Retrospective
Born in Toronto, Canada, in 1923, Schapiros life in art started early. Her father, Theodore Schapiro, was an artist and raised his daughter to become one. He taught her drawing at age 6 and enrolled her in a life drawing class at 14 -- ...

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