Paul Feeley (American, 1910 - 1966) | Etamin | 1965 | Enamel on canvas | 60 x 60 inches | Purchase in honor of Marilyn Troup, Art Partners
Sean Scully (American, born Ireland, 1945) | White Robe | 1990 | Oil on linen | 96 x 120 inches | Purchase in honor of Richard A. Denny,
¤ James Henry Daugherty (1887-1944), Cape Canaveral, 1965, Oil on canvas, 72 x 48 inches. Among the early American modernists, James Daugherty was one of the first exponents of abstract color painting. Throughout his career, whether he was working in an abstract or a representational mode, Daugherty felt pure color to be the most effective means of creating powerful and evocative works of art.
Audrey Hepburn | Photographed (in Paris, November 1965) by William Klein for the American Vogue, edition of January 1966
Ensemble Cristobal Balenciaga, 1965-1966 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The best Alice Neel (American, 1900-1984), Hartley, 1965. Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
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Jacqueline Kennedy attended the opening of the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1966.
On Aug. 6, 1965, the Voting Rights Act was signed into law. African American voters in rural Wilcox Cty., Ala., able to vote for the first time after the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, line up in front of a polling station at The Sugar Shack. May, 1966.
a place called home
Emil Nolde - Sea of Alsen, 1910. Oil on canvas, 28 1/2 x 34 5/8 in. (72.5 x 88…
Robert Lewis Reid (American Impressionist painter and muralist 1862-1929) The Furs, circa 1910-1911 oil on canvas Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia (United States)
Portraits of Women
Artists in 60 Seconds: Paul Cézanne: Paul Cézanne (French, 1839-1906). The Card Players, ca. 1890-92. Oil on canvas. 25 3/4 x 32 1/4 in. (65.4 x 81.9 cm). Bequest of Stephen C. Clark, 1960.
"Ansonia," Richard Estes, 1977, oil on canvas, 48 × 60", Whitney Museum of American Art.
Andy Warhol (American, 1928–1987) | "Marilyn" Portfolio of 10 Silkscreens | 1968 | Screenprint on paper | 36 x 36 inches | Gift of Mr. and
Auguste Reading to Her Daughter (1910).�Mary Cassatt�(American, 1844–1926).�Impressionism.�Oil on�canvas.�Private Collection. As Cassatt’s career progressed, her critical reputation grew, and she was often touted, along with Degas, as the one of the best exhibitors at the Impressionist Salon. She was awarded the French Legion of Honor in 1906.� “The first sight of Degas’ pictures was the turning point of my artistic life.” (Mary Cassatt)
this is the red granite obelisk from Alexandria - that was re-erected in Central Park, New York - just west of the Metropolitan Museum of Art) on 22 February 1881 - photo from Art & Architecture, NEW YORK, Partners in Preservation — May 7, 2012 9:53 am Partners in Preservation: Cleopatra’s Needle by paul rush
Moth Pendant Brooch, 1994. John Paul Miller (American, b. 1918). Gold, enamel. Collection of Barbara S. Robinson © John Paul Miller. Credit: Cleveland Museum of Art.
chasingtailfeathers: Jane Peterson (American Impressionist 1876-1965) - Girl With Fruit Oil on canvas, 24” x 30”, Private collection