Through October 16, 2022, Manhattan’s Hispanic Society Museum & Library is presenting a unique exhibition, “American Travelers: A Watercolor Journey through Spain, Portugal, and Mexico, Featuring the Contemporary Works of Timothy J. Clark.”
It pays special attention to a group of early 20th century artists — Childe Hassam, George Wharton Edwards, Florence Robinson, Ernest Peixotto, Orville Houghton Peets, and Milan Petrovic — as well as to almost a dozen watercolors, many of them large, by the contemporary artist Timothy J. Clark.
Also on view are oil paintings by Hassam, Peixotto, and Peets; small (“pochette”) panels sketched in oils by Hassam and Max Kuehne; and a range of decorative artworks that reflect similar aesthetics.
All but 11 of the works on display are drawn from the Society’s own collections.
For more details, please visit hispanicsociety.org.
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