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Artist: Randolph Rogers ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Randolph Rogers Bust of Milton S. Latham marble 1860
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Ralph Earl - Martha Tennent Rogers (Mrs. David Rogers) and Her Son, probably Samuel Henry Rogers 1788 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Nydia, The Blind Flower Girl of Pompeii, Randolph Rogers (United States, New York, Waterloo, 1825 - 1892) , modeled 1855; carved circa 1888, White marble on dark marble base
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John Singleton Copley - Portrait of Elizabeth Deering Wentworth Gould Rogers (Mrs. Nathaniel Rogers) c. 1765 oil on canvas High Museum of Art
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Randolph Rogers - Nydia, the Blind Girl of Pompeii 1855-1860 marble National Gallery of Art American
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Randolph Rogers - Nydia, The Blind Flower Girl of Pompeii 1855 white marble Los Angeles County Museum of Art American
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Gilbert Stuart - John Randolph 1804-1805 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Chester Harding - John Randolph 1829 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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John Trumbull - William Rogers 1804-1808 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Ralph Earl - Dr. David Rogers 1788 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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James Earl Mrs. John Rogers (Elizabeth Rodman Rogers) oil on canvas circa 1795
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John Singleton Copley, American, 1738-1815 Mrs. James Smith (Elizabeth Murray) American 1769 Oil on canvas
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Louis J. Rogers Manana (Mexican man with a sombrero hat) Drypoint 1931
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John Rogers Cox Wheat Field Lithograph 20th century
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Lee F. Randolph On Telegraph Hill Etching 19th - 20th century
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Charles Marion Russell Will Rogers on Horseback bronze 19th - 20th century
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L.A. 737, Robert Rogers (United States, born 1944) , 1968, Lithograph
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John Rogers Historical Illustration 19th - 20th century
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John Rogers Henry Fuseli 19th - 20th century
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John Rogers Noah Webster, L.L.D. 19th - 20th century
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John Rogers Bishop Latimer 19th - 20th century
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Double-Form Vase, Mary Rogers (England, born 1929) , 1984, Stoneware
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Kiwi Bowl, Mary Rogers (England, born 1929) , 1980s, Porcelain, glaze
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Footed Bowl, Mary Rogers (England, born 1929) , 1980, Porcelain, glaze
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Hard Edge, Robert Rogers (United States, born 1944) , 1968, Lithograph
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Sample, Robert Rogers (United States, born 1944) , 1968, Lithograph
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Artist: Claude Monet Title: Still Life with Pheasants and Plovers Date: 1879 Medium: oil on
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John Rogers Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury 19th - 20th century
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Lee F. Randolph A Wind Swept Pine, Monterey Etching late 19th century
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Moulded Petal Bowl, Mary Rogers (England, born 1929) , 1984, Porcelain, glaze
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Stanislas Henri Jean Cazin, French, 1841-1901 Farm beside an Old Road about 1890 Oil on
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John Singleton Copley, American, 1738-1815 Mrs. Nathaniel Ellery (Ann Sargent) about 1766 Oil on canvas
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Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926 Snow at Argenteuil about 1874 Oil on canvas 54.6 x 73.7
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W.A. Rogers Only The Navy Can Stop This - World War I poster lithograph poster circa 1914 - 1918
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Portrait of Lady, Frederick Randolph Spencer (United States, New York, Lennox, 1806 - 1875) , 1835, Oil on panel
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Self-Portrait, Frederick Randolph Spencer (United States, New York, Lennox, 1806 - 1875) , 1849, Oil on canvas
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A Frolic at the Old Homestead, John Rogers (United States, Massachusetts, Salem, 1829 - 1904) , Patented May 31, 1887, Painted plaster
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The Council of War, John Rogers (United States, Massachusetts, Salem, 1829 - 1904) , Patented March 31, 1868, Painted plaster
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A Matter of Opinion, John Rogers (United States, Massachusetts, Salem, 1829 - 1904) , 1884, Painted buff plaster
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William Morris Hunt, American, 1824-1879 Anahita about 1878 Oil on canvas 60.96 x 51.43 cm
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William Wynne Ryland Portrait of Charles Rogers Mezzotint 18th century
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Sarah Wyman Whitman, American, 1842-1904 Autumn Marshes 1882 Oil on canvas 45.72 x 55.88 cm
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Taking the Oath and Drawing Rations, John Rogers (United States, Massachusetts, Salem, 1829 - 1904) , 1865, Painted plaster
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Gypsy Rose Lee and Randolph Scott, Man Ray [Emmanuel Rudnitsky] (United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1890 - 1976) , 1944, Gelatin-silver print
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Cham (AmÈdÈe Charles Henri de NoÈ) Celebrites Charivariques: Mr. William Rogers dentiste de la Cour Lithograph 19th century
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John White Alexander, American, 1856-1915 Mrs. J. Randolph Coolidge, Jr. (Mary Hamilton Hill) 1894 Oil
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Walter Satterlee The Decorative Sisters by Josephine Pollard (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co., 1881) book with 19 color lithographs 1881
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Marked by David Hennell, I Marked by Robert Hennell, I Pair of Salts With Liners
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George Fuller, American, 1822-1884 Negro Funeral, Alabama 1881 Oil on canvas 45.08 x 76.2 cm
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Randolph Caldecott Some of Aesop*s Fables with Modern Instances...new translations by Alfred Caldecott (London: Macmillan, 1883) book with 81 wood engravings 1883
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Marked by Samuel Penbeton, 1773-1801 Scent Bottle Case Birmingham, England England, (Birmingham), 1791-92 Silver H.
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Helmet, mid-16th century; Ottoman period TurkishSteel, damascened with gold; H. 10 3/4 in. (27.8 cm)Rogers
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Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926 Fisherman"s Cottage on the Cliffs at Varengeville 1882 Oil on canvas
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Walter Satterlee "And then he showed it to them....", sixth image in the book The Decorative Sisters by Josephine Pollard (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co., 1881) color lithograph 1881
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Walter Satterlee "Dorothea fed the chickens...", third image in the book The Decorative Sisters by Josephine Pollard (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co., 1881) color lithograph 1881
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Walter Satterlee title page, second image in the book The Decorative Sisters by Josephine Pollard (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co., 1881) color lithograph 1881
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Monument II, Robert Rogers (United States, born 1944) , 1968, Lithograph
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John Singleton Copley, American, 1738-1815 Mrs. Timothy Rogers (Lucy Boylston) about 1766-67 Oil on canvas
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Head of a goddess, 4th century B.C. GreekParian marble; H. 21 3/4 in. (55.25 cm)Rogers
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Costume Sketch of Ginger Rogers as Ann Lowell in the Warner Brothers Production, ’42nd Street’, Orry-Kelly (Australia, 1897 - 1964) , 1933, Pencil on paper

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (36)
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Colville Place Gallery: Enchanted: Julie Clark, Alexa de Ferranti and Charlotte Prodger
Julie Clark, video
The video pieces and drawings use found footage of little accidents recorded from You've Been Framed to examine moments of embarrassment, when one feels suddenly vulnerable or exposed by a physical kind of lapse and loss of...

Gallery at Green Street: Perception and Time: Masako Kamiya, Michael Lee and Susan Rogers
Susan Rogers, through her charted and cataloged paintings, makes visible the patterns in our life that occupy most of our time. Michael Lee builds boxes and creates paintings that trap space and light; and allow us to experience time and percepti...

Hoxton Distillery: Now You Don't: Richard Couzins, Christopher Lee and Carly Rogers
Richard Couzins ' new video takes the punctuation qualities of emblematic still-shots of TV soaps and sit-coms and turns them in on themselves. Couzins exploits the rhythmic possibilities of editing and its fragmenting effect on narrative using...

Southwest School of Art and Craft / Russell Hill Rogers Galleries: Exhibitions Connect Photography, Collage, Textiles to Explore Nature of Truth, Societal Concerns
Zoë Sheehan Saldaña, from Brooklyn, NY, will exhibit works combining photographic and textile techniques in pixilated fiber images. In addition to this solo exhibition, Caution, Saldaña will present a free talk entitled Photographic Interventions...

George Rogers Clark Park: Peter Caley to Attend PawPaw Moon Pow wow
His breathtaking detail and mastery are explained more in depth by Cynthia Christensen & James Leonard-Amodeo in the Art Gallery news Letter and magazine. absoluteart.com readers may remember Caley’s very large oil paintings of racing yachts and ...

Fuller Museum of Art: Crafting Tales: Grimms Reinvented
Working in wood, metal, clay, glass and fiber the artists then created artwork based on the tales. The resulting work ranges from fanciful and dream-like to dark and menacing like the colorful stories on which they are based. Text from each of the...

Centre of Attention: A Man, A Woman, A Machine: Group Photography Exhibition as Part of Photomonth
100 years after the triumph of photography, the Centre of Attention presents A Man, A Woman, A Machine. This is an exhibition with a twist: an acerbic, witty take on the age-old story of the impact of a beautiful woman on a man. While its...

Architecture Foundation: Integrity: Building with Honesty
It will explore the concept of Anti-Facadism, a campaign against the retention of facades alone, in historic areas, which obscure new building schemes and which has been actively pursued for three years by Lord Rogers, Sir Richard MacCormac and...

Wexner Center for the Arts: James Welling: Photographs 1974-1999
This exhibition of over 100 photographs offers a rare opportunity to consider Welling's achievements over the last 25 years. Keenly aware of photographyÕs history, its early m...

Southwest School of Art and Craft / Russell Hill Rogers Galleries: Call for Artists: ART and COMMUNITY PROJECT, San Antonio, Texas
Proposals for the Guest Artist Program will be accepted from any artist living in North America. All proposals must take into consideration the goals of the program. Project proposals should have a specific beginning and ending date. To...

Swords Into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery: Empty Bowls 10th Anniversary National Exhibition
Another part of this show will be a display of Heroes bowls decorated by our heroes, role models and mentors active in social justice work. The list of heroes participating thus far includes Joan Baez, Grace Lee Boggs, Jim Bristah, Dr. Helen Ca...

TILT Contemporary Art: Last TILT Collectors' Sale
To see a history and sample images of the last two and one half years of TILT shows go to www.tilt.com.au. Included in the sale are paintings, sculpture and works on paper by: Jon Cattapan, Daniel Moynihan, Geoffrey Ricardo, Pat Larter, Ian...

Cairns Regional Gallery: Kimono As Canvas
Showcasing the work of 5 Western Australian, 3 Eastern State and 3 Japanese artists, Kimono As Canvas, also features 13 original Japanese...

Pablo's Birthday: Multiple Partners: Curated and Organized by Carla Gannis
 "Women can't add," he said jokingly.
When I asked him what he meant, he said,
"For them, one and one and one and one don't make four."
"What do they make?" I said, expecting five or three.
"Just one and one and one and one," h...

Hibel Museum of Art: HibelFest 2000 - Fabulous*Fun*Fantasy
Over 500 framed and more than 2,000 unframed art works will be on exhibit to Hibel followers and members of the public. These art works will include oil paintings, original lithographs, serigraphs, giclees, multimedia, art dolls, and fragmen...

Gallery Sigvardson: Roger Cummiskey: Painter
Roger Cummiskey in terms of his ability is able to transform ordinary scenes of human life into moments ripe with dramatic possibility. Roger, from Dublin in Ireland lives and works in Mijas Costa, Spain where he says he is able to find the ...

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Vision and Reality - Conceptions of the 20th Century
Louisianas story of the 20th century falls into chapters linking contemporary and classical modern art. Its point of departure is the great 20th-century avant-garde movements: Russian Constructiv...

Bellevue Art Museum: Roy Lichtenstein: Times Square Mural
Lichtenstein was commissioned 12 years ago by New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority to create a mural for the Times Square subway station. Standing 6 feet high and 53 feet long the mural depicts a skyline view of a futuristic city and ...

Townhouse Gallery / Factory Space: Call for Artists : Independent Study Program (ISP)
Confirmed speakers to date include Rasha Salti and Kristine Khouri, Kirsten Scheid, Clare Davies, Shiva Balaghi, Dina Ramadan, Sarah Rogers and Adila Laidi Hanieh. These seminars will be supplemented by additional talks and workshops on curatorial...

Southwest School of Art and Craft / Russell Hill Rogers Galleries: Multi-media Exhibitions Reflect the “Poetry of Space” and Today’s “Anxious Accumulations”
Travis Townsend is a faculty member at the University of Eastern Kentucky who uses a mixture of reclaimed building materials, wood scraps and other found materials to create curiously interactive devices that play off the look and feel of tools, t...

Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College: Four Exhibitions: Bodily Acts, Beyond the Sentence, Just what is it that makes trailer homes so different, so appealing, In Person and
Bodily Acts, curated by Jennifer L. Gray, investigates performances of three generations of artists. Photographs and videos by Vanessa Beecroft, Patty Chang, Valie Export, Nikki S. Lee, and Cindy Sherman comment on identity, objectification...

Southwest School of Art and Craft / Russell Hill Rogers Galleries: Dos Loterías: Idioms and Icons of Mexico and South Texas
La Loteria: An Exploration of Mexico, will exhibit fifty-four paintings by Arizona artist Teresa Villegas that explore Mexican traditions, images, historical figures, gastronomy and popular culture through the idiom of lotería cards. Artist fundi...

Museum of Modern Art: Centennial Celebrations: Fred Astaire/George Cukor
After achieving fame as a dancer on the vaudeville stage and Broadway, Fred Astaire made his film debut in 1933. Starring in a series of films from RKO that spotlighted his extraordinary dancing talent, Astaire quickly became one of Holly...

Photographers' Gallery: Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2006 Exhibition
The four shortlisted photographers for this year's Prize are: Robert Adams (b.1937, USA) has been shortlisted for his exhibition Turning Back, A Photographic Journal of Re-exploration at Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany (29 Juneˆ25 Septembe...

Sunrise Gallery: Sunrise Gallery 1st Juried Show Opened Last Week
Claudette Losier comments about her work, "This award is for an art piece that speaks about Universal Consciousness and concern about Humanity. My piece is about the second commandment of loving your neighbour as yourself because reality is we are...

Casa Frela Gallery: Her-humanity: Small Works Represent Feminist Theology
Her-humanity features the artwork of Pamela Cento, the Dialoguistas, Michelle Rogers, Maya Freelon, Karen Frostig, Sarina Khan Reddy, Yasue Saraoka, Gisella Sorrentino, Anoush Ter Taulian, Sol Kjok and Saimair S. Amani. Casa Frela Gallery honor...

Russell Hill Rogers Gallery, Southwest School of Art and Craft: Two Solo Exhibitions: Gary Sweeney and Lauren Levy Featured for Contemporary Art Month
Gary Sweeney draws relationships between incongruous ideas and fragments of popular culture, using unusual materials and a large dose of humor. His new works, loosely based on The Story of Civilization by Will and Ariel Durant, include the first p...

National Gallery: El Greco Opens Today
El Greco stood apart from his contemporaries in the depiction of his visionary compositions; his pictures are characterised by bright colours, elongated forms and spiritual intensity, painted in a unique personal style, combining aspects of the By...

Binney and Smith Gallery, Banana Factory: Native American Potter Lawrence Namoki
“Lawrence uses only clay native to Hopi land, natural dyes for the painted surface of his works and the traditional Hopi firing process using sheep dung,” says Banana Factory Director Diane LaBelle. “Anyone who visits the Banana Factory while he’...

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Three Museums Join to Present Groundbreaking Survey of Van Gogh's Portraits
Taking this famous passage as a point of departure, The Detroit Institute of Arts, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present Van...

PHotoEspana: Call for Artists: Descubrimientos04 (Discoveries04)
You just have to present a photographic project containing no more than 15 images (B/W or colour) on paper (photographic paper or laser photocopies). The format must not exceed 30 x 40 cm (12 x 16 inches). Fill out the registration form and send i...

Eiteljorg Museum of American and Western Art: Remington and Russell: Masterpieces of the American West from the Amon Carter Museum
The Amon Carter Museum is closed while it undergoes a major facility expansion. The Eiteljorg Museum saw this as an opportunity to bring some of the world's most famous paintings to the Midwest. John Van...

Corning Museum of Glass: Curiously Interesting: A Scholarly Eye on All Things Odd and Glass
The exhibition title refers to a popular 19th-century manual, Curiosities of Glass Making (1849), published in London by the well-known glassmaker Apsley Pellatt. The impulse to collect and display curiosities is both timeless and universal, of c...

Vancouver Art Gallery: First MAJOR Brian Jungen Survey Exhibition
“The Gallery has long been a showcase for exceptional emerging talent and is committed to supporting Vancouver’s world-class artists,” said Vancouver Art Gallery Director Kathleen Bartels. “The exhibition offers insight into Brian Jungen’s complex...

Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography: Proof 11: Michel Hebert, Melanie Ibadlit, Su-Ying Lee, Nikki Middlemiss, Christine D’Onofrio, Lindsay Page, Alison Skyrme
In Michel Hébert’s series of video self-portraits What do you suggest?, rapidly moving layers of images, appropriated sounds, and film clips form a rich imaginary world of the conscious and unconscious mind.  In their accumulation, these short vid...

Arizona State University Art Museum: SITES AROUND THE CITY: ART AND ENVIRONMENT
Citywide project committee is co-managed by Heather Sealy Lineberry and Felicie Regnier. EXHIBITION AT THE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM:
The ASU Art Museum's exhibition and catalogue will present the most challenging contemp...

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