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Artist: Herbert Ward (1863 - 1919)
Nationality: British
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Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Herbert Railton The Lower Ward, Windsor Castle Etching 1885
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Herbert Railton The Lower Ward, Windsor Castle. 19th - 20th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) "Wigtownshire" (Sir Herbert Eustace Maxwell, Bart., M.P.) Statesman No. 619, from Vanity Fair, September 28, 1893 Lithograph 1893
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Artist: Gilbert Stuart Title: Portrait of James Ward Date: 1799 Medium: oil on canvas Dimensions:
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Richard Artschwager - Hospital Ward 1968-69 acrylic on celotex The Detroit Institute of Art American
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William Ward, A.R.A. Portrait of Rev. W. Richardson Mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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Gilbert Charles Stuart - Portrait of James Ward 1779 oil on canvas Minneapolis Institute of Arts American
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George Romney - Lady Arabella Ward 1783-1788 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art British
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Joshua Reynolds - Miss Anna Ward with Her Dog 1787 oil on canvas Kimbell Art Museum English
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William Ward, A.R.A. Lucy of Leinster Stipple engraving 1788
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Lambert Sachs - The Herbert Children 1857 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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George Raphael Ward Sir William Follett, M.P. 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. Pleasures of Retirement Mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. The Gamesters Colored mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. Travellers Mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. A Young Lady Encouraging the Low Comedian Colored mezzotint 1787
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William Ward, A.R.A. Mary Magdalene Mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. The Romps Color stipple engraving 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. The Truants Color stipple engraving 18th - 19th century
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William Ward, A.R.A. A Young Lady Encouraging the Low Comedian mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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Grant Wood - The Birthplace of Herbert Hoover 1931 Oil on Masonite Des Moines Art Center American
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William Ward, A.R.A. A Visit to Grandfather Color mezzotint 18th - 19th century
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James Ward (Dog) 18th - 19th century
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Alfred Herbert Palmer Portrait of J.C. Hook 19th century
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James Ward (Rabbits) 18th - 19th century
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Roy Ward Ragle Self Examination Series Color Woodcut 1983
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Roy Ward Ragle Metamorphosis of Carol Ragle Woodcut 1984
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Panel, James W. & C. Ward , circa 1871, Wool and silk
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Panel, James W. & C. Ward , circa 1871, Wool and silk
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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Herbert Bayer Convolution - One from the Portfolio Seven Convolutions Color lithograph 1948
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James Ward Head of a Lion drawing 18th - 19th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) Low Tide, Hammersmith Etching 1914
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Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema - Sir Herbert Thompson, Bart (1877) 1877 oil on panel The Fitzwilliam Museum British
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) A Mile to Worth Matravers Etching 1932
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) the Abbe 19th - 20th century
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Roy Ward Ragle Portrait of Evie Callies Wood engraving 1984
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Lynd Kendall Ward Undercliff Wood engraving 1948
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) The Irish Secretary 19th - 20th century
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Alfred Henry Forrester Crowquill The Merchants Ward 19th century
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William Holl (the Younger) Edward Matthew Ward, R.A. 19th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) Joseph Joachim 19th - 20th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) The Hon. Sydney Holland 19th - 20th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) Shakespeare's Birthplace etching 19th - 20th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) Sir James Paget, Bart 19th - 20th century
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William Ward Beecher Seance Lith 20th century
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Herbert Bayer Five Progressions opaque and transparent watercolor and chalk on rag paper 1969
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Striped Bowl, John Ward (England, born 1943)  (Artist), circa 1983, Stoneware, glaze
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Ebenezer Landells The Memoirs of an Umbrella by G. Herbert Rodwell (London: E. Mackenzie, [1848?]) book with 68 wood engravings 1848
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Lynd Kendall Ward Weeding Wood engraving 20th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) A Symphony from Vanity Fair, January 12, 1878 color lithograph 1878
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Jose Maria Mora Reverend Henry Ward Beecher (1813-1887) albumen print 1881
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) Anne Harthaway's Cottage etching 19th - 20th century
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) "Peter", from Vanity Fair Supplement Lithograph circa 1900
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Ward, Leslie Matthew (Spy) "Mr. Dooley", from Vanity Fair Supplement Lithograph circa 1900

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (35)
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Courthouse Galleries: Cross-Currents:Maria Barbosa, Nick Cave, Rieneke Leenders, Linda Gissen and Richard Ward.
The mixed-media installations by Maria Barbosa, a native of Brazil, address the issues of cross-cultural perceptions and language barriers. In her artwork, Barbosa addresses the survival of the native cultures living in the Brazilian Rainforest...

Xanadu: Ward Yoshimoto: It’s Personal
During his residence at The MacDowell Colony in 2004 the artist attempted to remove the preciousness of the used object and the obvious personal connection to them out of his work. What he discovered is that because of the process and choice of ma...

Cafe Gallery Project: Destiny Manifest Eden's End: Cathy Ward and Eric Wright
Manifest destiny was a term first expressed by John L. O'Sullivan and used to describe the belief of the 1840's in the inevitable territorial expansion of the United States: .... and that claim is by the right of our manifest destiny to over spr...

Art House Co-op: Like a Concert Tour, but with Sketchbooks...
Art House Co-op, Atlanta GA takes all the artists sketchbooks on a 7 city tour to galleries and museums across the U.S. including Art House Gallery-Atlanta, GA; Museum of Contemporary Art-Washington, DC: Chris Jazz Cafe, Philadelphia, PA; Laconia ...

Stephen Cohen Gallery: Sheila Metzner
Metzner's career spans a remarkable range since she entered the advertising world in 1961. Her commercial work has been commissioned by Vanity Fair, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Conde Nast Traveler, and such clients as Bergdorf Goodman, Valentino, Ralp...

De Vleeshal: We’ll slide down the surface of things…: Artificial Reality and Paintings by Frank Bauer, Arnout Killian, Glen Rubsamen, Herman Verkerk
How do we deal with reality becoming increasingly artificial? Victor Ward’s response is to remember a quasi-philosophical line from a song by U2 :‘We’ll slide down the surface of things…’ But generally this development is condoned, because it wo...

X-Power Gallery, Rodeo Drive: International Art Competition - 2009 Art Wind Rises
The aesthetics displayed in these submitted works are so diverse - the works are remote, tranquil, rich-colored, passionate, deconstructing, or wild, like beautiful flowers in a garden that are unique in their own specific ways. Out of the ...

Association for Visual Arts: Body of Evidence by Lynne Lomofsky and Recent Work by Anthony Cawood
The video Cross Sections I draws the viewer into the artist’s process as it documents the harsh experience of the search for malignancy. In Cross Sections II, LOMOFSKY has taken a series of ordinarily static images that medical technology had generat...

Galleria Pino Pascali: 2001 Art Expo Opens Today
The show involves the entire city of Polignano a Mare (Bari) from 3 to 19 August 2001, ...

Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art: Margaret Morton: The Tunnel
Residents dwell in continual darkness, constructing homes of cinder-block bunkers and freestanding hand-made structures in alcoves and on ledges. With sensitivity and compassion, Margaret Morton has chronicled the lives and living spaces of the tu...

Northern Westchester Center for the Arts: Winds of Survival: Work by Artist Susan Weinreich
More than 70 private collections throughout the United States currently hold the brilliantly colored and provocative works of Susan Weinreich. Ms. Weinreich's seminal work presents the powerful cross currents of art and emotional and mental re...

Art Gallery of York University: Jeremy Blake: Winchester Trilogy
Blake's projections probe the psychological aura of this architectural wonder constructed by Sara Winchester, widow of the heir to the Winchester rifle fortune, over the course of thirty-eight years, beginning in the late nineteenth century. After...

Laguna Art Museum: The OsCene: Contemporary Art and Culture in Orange County
In fact, it has been over twenty years since a survey exhibition of contemporary art in Orange County has been organized by a museum (the last major effort being done by Newport Harbor Art Museum in 1979). Tremendous growth and change have occurre...

Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College: Two-day Conference: The History of Exhibition
Scholars, curators, and museum directors will discuss exhibitions in 19th and 20th-century France, exhibitions in the United States and Europe in the 1960s and after, the international exhibitions Documenta and the São Paulo Bienal, constructivist...

Site Gallery: Haunted Media: New Media and Supernatural Phenomena
The development of telegraph and wireless allowed users to hear voices from the ether and had the power to disperse body & consciousness across the universe in the same way that the internet is seen to have done more recently, creating a space for...

City Gallery Wellington: Gerda Leenards: Fjords Mists and Vapour
The works in Fjords mists & vapour are paintings in which time and space are hauntingly altered. Hills appear like veils and mist weighs heavily on the landforms. Like all Leenards’ work the series is an exploration of ‘landscape’ in a general sen...

Catto Contemporary: Pure Brighton: Leading Lights of the Brighton Art Scene
Antony Micallef: Antony was the star of Catto Contemporary’s ‘Perverse Pop’ exhibition of last year. He has won 2nd prize in the BP portrait competition and has been featured in numerous publications, including the front cover of Blueprint magazin...

Sculpture Center: The Happiness of Objects: A Group Exhibition
In the attempt to crystallize some of the main points of Mitchell’s hypothesis, the exhibition proposes The Object’s Bill of Rights, a non-exhaustive and disputable list. This will serve as criteria for the exhibition, and a working docum...

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...

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...

PM Gallery and House: Trackers: 21 Artists Working in Video, Sculpture, Installation, Performance and pPainting
Artists in the Gallery rolled dice to direct their placement within a ‘Vector’ structure. Each artist rolled three times to arrive at their x,y,z co-ordinates determining their position in the Gallery. All nine must now work together to resolve ...

AVA - Association for Visual Arts: A PATIENT COPY: A Solo Exhibition by Lynne Lomofsky
This current body of work has a looser feel to Lomofsky's previous renderings: it engages more confidently and with greater ownership of the material at hand, claiming rightful access to and engagement with the hi-tech medical visualisations of he...

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Mary Ellen Mark: Photographs
Unsurpassed in bringing icon-like presence to her subjects, whether 'everyday' or unusual, Mark (born 1940) was recently voted 'Most Influential Woman Photographer of All Time' by readers of American Photo magazine. In ...

National Museum of Women in the Arts: The Intensely Colored, Symbolically Imaginative Work of Self-Taught Artist Nellie Mae Rowe
Rowe (1900-1982) lived all her life in rural Georgia, the last 50 years in Vinings, northwest of Atlanta. She created art from earliest childhood, drawing on scraps of paper and cardboard, and twisting the family's laundry into doll shapes. She firs...

Queens Museum of Art: Crossing the Line: Site Specific Works by Fifty Artists throughout Queens
Artists selected for this exhibition are known for developing their ideas through an investigative process and are themselves a microcosm of the ethnic ...

Mediateca di Santa Teresa: Connessioni Leggendarie: NET.ART History
Between complex theories and Dadaist euphoria, Connessioni Leggendarie will bring us between hopes and fears of our wildly digitized time. A decade of technical and cultural Far West, aiming to explore and to conquer new lands, languages, behav...

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...

Brooklyn Museum of Art: 21: Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum
The Museum's director Arnold L. Lehman states, "The revitalized contemporary art program at Brooklyn is managed by an exceptional team of curatorial specialists under the leadership of Eugenie Tsai, the John and Barbara Vogelstein Curator of Conte...

MASS MoCA: The Nanjing Particles: Ambitious New Installation by Simon Starling
The jurors who awarded Starling the prestigious Turner Prize in 2005 singled out Starling's "unique ability to create poetics, drawing together a wide range of cultural, political and historical narratives."  Engaging directly with the sites where...

Physics Room: MY EYES KEEP ME IN TROUBLE: Touring Group Exhibition Organized by CCNOA Brussels
Included in the exhibition are Justin Andrews (AUS), John Beech (UK/USA), Kjell Bjorgeengen (N), Helen Calder (NZ), Julian Dashper (NZ), Matthew Deleget (USA), Alexandra Dementieva (RUS/B) & Aernoudt Jacobs (B), Ward Denys (B), Billy Gruner (AUS),...

M + B: Les Jeunes Talents: Nine Southern California Art Students Return from France
“This invitation to France is an opportunity to promote emerging young American talents and to strengthen our partnership with universities,” says Alain Belais, Cultural Attaché at the Consulate General of France in Los Angeles. “Thanks to the par...

Neweums: Synthia Saint James' Circle of Promise to be Unveiled
SAINT JAMES, who now serves as a National Ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, is a international award winning artist and the designer of the first United States Postal Stamp for the Kwanzaa holiday. She has to date written and...

Cleveland Museum of Art: Visions of Japan: Prints and Paintings from Cleveland Collections
Although varied in approach, medium and style, modern Japanese prints retain an essential Japanese character. A respect for materials, frequently associated with Japanese artisans, is evident in the use of handmade papers and traditional tools. ...

Micra Art Group: The Voice of Art in a Battle for Freedom: International Artists Create Book in Support of Key Political Figure
The book will be released to the public initially through an event called “Set a Book Free” on Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday, October 2nd when all artists featured within the pages of the book will place a copy donated by Internet-based publishing sit...

Gallery 96: One Touch of Nature: An Environmental Artwork Exhibition
Some artists have created new work for the site at Stratford, while others adapted previous pieces for this project. The creation, installation and changes (if any!) of these artworks throughout the duration of this project will be documented...

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