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American Fine Art MagazineAmerican Fine Art Magazine

American Fine Art Magazine

September - October 2019/ No.47

American Fine Art Magazine is the first publication to offer complete and comprehensive coverage of the upcoming shows, auctions and events of this market so deeply tied to American history, society and culture.

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International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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the fair life

Many people think that art fairs are places to buy contemporary art. Obviously, when you look at fairs like Art Basel Miami Beach or Frieze, the main topic on everyone’s mind is contemporary art. But when you look across the country, one will be surprised to find quite a few art fairs where historic American art is not just present but featured prominently. Of course, the biggest of these fairs is the American Art Fair, which takes place at the Bohemian National Hall on New York’s Upper East Side in November. This year, the fair’s 12th, will be held November 16 to 19 (www.theamericanartfair.com). One of our other favorites is the Boston International Fine Art Show, taking place this year October 25 to 27 at the Cyclorama in Boston (fineartboston.com). It…

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american fine art magazine

PUBLISHER Vincent W. Miller EDITORIAL EDITOR Joshua Rose editor@AmericanFineArtMagazine.com MANAGING EDITOR Rochelle Belsito rbelsito@AmericanFineArtMagazine.com DEPUTY EDITOR Michael Clawson ASSISTANT EDITOR Alyssa M. Tidwell ASSOCIATE EDITOR Taylor Transtrum CONTRIBUTING EDITORS John O’Hern, James D. Balestrieri, Jay Cantor EDITORIAL INTERN Maia Gelvin CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Francis Smith ADVERTISING (866) 619-0841 TRAFFIC MANAGER Britton Courtney traffic@AmericanFineArtMagazine.com PRODUCTION MULTI MEDIA MANAGER Adolfo Castillo ART DIRECTOR Tony Nolan GRAPHIC DESIGNER Audrey Welch PRODUCTION ARTIST Dana Long SUBSCRIPTIONS (877) 947-0792 SUBSCRIPTIONS MANAGER Emily Yee service@AmericanFineArtMagazine.com ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES SPECIALIST April Stewart astewart@AmericanFineArtMagazine.com…

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contributors

JAMES BALESTRIERI James Balestrieri is director of J. N. Bartfield Galleries in New York City. Jim has written plays, verse, prose and screenplays. He has degrees from Columbia and Marquette universities, attended the American Film Institute and has an MFA in playwriting from Carnegie Mellon. He has an excellent wife and three enthusiastic children. JAY E. CANTOR Jay E. Cantor started the American Art Department for Christie’s in the late ’70s, is on the board of the Winter Antiques Show, the Art Committee for The Century Association, the board of directors of The Century Archives Foundation, and recently retired as the chairman of the Collections Committee and a member of the Steering Committee for Friends of American Arts at Yale University. He also served as the founding president of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum…

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george hitchcock

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts has recently announced the addition of 130 historic, modern and contemporary works to its permanent collection of American art. One of the newest acquisitions to the museum is an oil painting by landscape and figurative artist George Hitchcock (1850-1913) titled The Annunciation. The piece, which was completed between 1890 and 1909, was gifted to the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts by the Ball Family in the Philadelphia area. Known for his depictions of annunciation scenes in major exhibitions throughout his career, this particular work appeared more than 100 years ago in a 1909 exhibition at PAFA. “George Hitchcock was one of the most cosmopolitan and highly regarded artists of his age,” says Dr. Anna O. Marley, curator of historical American art at the…

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american fine art magazine

While impressive auction results of historic American paintings and sculpture or an occasional celebrity collector may garner a newspaper headline now and then, there is no magazine, until now, that has offered complete and comprehensive coverage of the upcoming shows and events of this always-fascinating market that is so deeply tied to American history, society and culture Previews of Upcoming Shows and Auctions The historic fine art of America’s greatest artists is in big demand and if you are serious about acquiring it, you need to know about it sooner so you can plan your collecting strategies. When you subscribe to American Fine Art Magazine you’ll know in advance what major works are coming to market because, every other month, you’ll have access to this valuable information when we email you the upcoming…

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art show calendar

AUGUST 24-DECEMBER 8 Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman PALMER MUSEUM OF ART University Park, PA www.palmermuseum.psu.edu AUGUST 29-SEPTEMBER 1 Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show BALTIMORE CONVENTION CENTER Baltimore, MD www.baltimoresummershow.com THROUGH AUGUST 30 Summer Reading: Sand and Beaches HAWTHORNE FINE ART New York, NY www.hawthornefineart.com SEPTEMBER 1-JULY 31, 2020 A Wildness Distant from Ourselves: Art and Ecology in 19th-Century America ADDISON GALLERY OF AMERICAN ART Andover, MA addison.andover.edu THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2 Augusta Homer Saint-Gaudens: Stepping Out of the Shadows SAINT-GAUDENS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Cornish, NH www.sgnhs.org THROUGH SEPTEMBER 6 Summer Exhibition DEBRA FORCE FINE ART New York, NY www.debraforce.com THROUGH SEPTEMBER 8 The Color of the Moon: Lunar Painting in American Art MICHENER ART MUSEUM Doylestown, PA www.michenerartmuseum.org THROUGH SEPTEMBER 8 Women of the WPA GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART Athens, GA www.georgiamuseum.org SEPTEMBER 10-OCTOBER 25 N.C. Wyeth: Storyteller MENCONI + SCHOELKOPF New York, NY www.msfineart.com SEPTEMBER 14-OCTOBER 31 On View in Cornish: American Art at the Picture Gallery, 1948-2019 SAINT-GAUDENS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Cornish, NH www.sgnhs.org SEPT. 14-FEB. 2, 2020 Something…

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