Thursday, March 2, 2017

Read Across America Day

March 2 is Read Across America Day sponsored by the National Education Association. This is Peggy Bacon’s Lunch at the League, 1918. In this print Bacon shows colleague Doris Rosenthal, the woman in the foreground. Peggy herself is at left with the glasses and Dorothy Varian is next to her.

Peggy Bacon, Lunch at the League, 1918, drypoint

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Sunday, February 26, 2017


Karl Schrag, Last Glow in the Woods, 1957

Getting ready to head to San Antonio for the last fair of  the season.

Saturday, March 4                     10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday, March 5                       Noon to 5 PM

We are featuring:
• Atelier 17: Intaglios by Stanley William Hayter, as well as those of colleagues,
Howard Daum, Dorothy Dehner, Sue Fuller, Fannie Hillsmith, Peter Grippe,
Alice Trumbull Mason, Anne Ryan, and Louis Schanker.

• Works by African-Americans Emma Bourne, Elizabeth Catlett, Curlee Raven Holton,
Lawrence A. Jones, and William E. Smith.

• Collection Highlights: An extremely scarce prints by the WPA-Era California artists
Pele DeLappe and Victor DeWilde, lithographs by Zygmund Jankowski, an archive of
etchings and lithographs by Karl Schrag, as well as works by Mark Tobey and
Marguerite Zorach.

Link to WINTER FAIR on Gallery Site:

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