Scholarship in American Art

John Henry Twachtman - Canal, Venice

JOHN HENRY TWACHTMAN (1853-1902), "Canal, Venice Oil on canvas," 10 1/4 x 16 inches

The gallery is distinguished for its scholarship and actively supports research in American art. See the catalogue collection of our extensive exhibitions and publications, which have provided critical contributions to the field. In addition the gallery is undertaking the catalogues raisonné of the art of the American Impressionists, John Henry Twachtman, Theodore Robinson, and Willard Metcalf, on which I am the coauthor along with the notable scholars on each of these artists. These publications will be definitive reference sources.

Willard L. Metcalf in his studio

Willard L. Metcalf in his studio

The gallery is also sponsoring the Lloyd Goodrich and Edith Havens Goodrich Record of Works by Winslow Homer. We have completed the first three volumes of this five-volume catalogue raisonné. This has been a monumental accomplishment for which I am proud.

- Ira Spanierman

You can find further information on these websites:

John Henry Twachtman Catalogue Raisonné

Willard Metcalf Catalogue Raisonné

2 Responses to “Scholarship in American Art”

  1. Paul Edelstein Says:

    Hi thank you for sending me the awesome catalog on Betty Parsons! She is by far one of my favorite artists!
    Please let me know if you have a price list that went along with the beautiful catalog.
    Again an everlasting thanks for such a beautiful gift. It will make a lovely addition to my art library.
    -Paul Edelstein

  2. Lisa N. Peters Says:

    Dear Paul,
    Thank you so much for your comment on Betty Parsons and our catalogue. We will certainly send you a price list and we hope you will come see the show.
    Best, Lisa Peters

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