Somerville Manning Gallery opens its new exhibit, the American Masters – Art of the 19th ? 21st centuries.
This is the 4th American Masters exhibition that continues to follow the artworks of N.C., Andrew, and Jamie Wyeth, and the artists of their eras. The show of original paintings explores more than 100 years of masters in the American art world.
Works include American impressionists Maurice Predergast and Mary Cassatt, American realists Robert Henri, father of abstract expressionists, Hans Hofmann, American modernists Milton Avery and Alfred Henry Maurer, last part of the 20th century art from Jamie Wyeth and Wolf Kahn, and landscape paintings by Charles Burchfield and John Marin, as well as master Thomas Pollock Anschutz, a Philadelphia native.
The exhibition includes other works from many important American schools and traditions that transition from realism to abstraction, including The Ashcan School, and the Eight.
The exhibit is free and open to the public, and, who knows you could be inspired to be the next American art master. Click here to see some of the paintings in the exhibit. For more information call 302.652.0271 or visit the website.