JOIN US FOR OUR FIRST ONLINE ART EXHIBITION Art Exhibit Summer Palettes Impressionist & Modernist Works from the 19th c to Present View online June 13 - September 30, 2020
New Hampshire Antique Co-op presents a unique way to tour art without leaving your home — an online exhibition, Summer Palettes: Impressionist & Modernist Works from the 19th Century to Present. The exhibition explores the essence of summertime through landscape, seascape and still life paintings that evoke the spirit of the season.
Summer Palettes: Impressionist & Modernist Works from the 19th Century to Present exhibition and sale features more than 50 works by artists from the 19th century as well as contemporary and local artists.
The exhibition includes works by noted 19th, 20th & 21st century artists, such as Lilla Cabot Perry (1848-1933); Emil Carlsen (1848-1932); Joseph Paul Hussar (1911-1993); Charles Herbert Woodbury (1864-1940); Jane Peterson (1876-1965); Anthony Thieme (1888-1954); Dorothea Litzinger (1889-1925); Peter Robert Keil (b. 1942); Lee Lufkin Kaula (1865-1957); contemporary New Hampshire artists Erik Koeppel, Chris Myott, Roz Park, Mary Phillips, and Carol Robey; and contemporary Cape Cod artist William R. Davis; plus many more.
Abstract Art & Tribal Masks exhibition now on view at NHAC
IN THE TOWER GALLERY Art Exhibit Abstract Paintings & Tribal Masks On view in the Tower Gallery, February 21 – September 30, 2020
New Hampshire Antique Co-op presents Abstract Paintings & Tribal Masks, an exhibition and sale of modernist 20th & 21st century paintings juxtaposed alongside a collection of Oceanic and African hand-carved masks and figural carvings.
The paintings in this exhibition include works by noted 20th & 21st century artists such as New Hampshire Cubist painter Fannie Hillsmith, contemporary Monadnock region artist Christopher Myott, Peterborough based artist Nora Spicer Unwin, Mazhar Akyut, Timothy Sanchez, Richard Lytle, Stephen Trefonides, and others.
Abstract Paintings & Tribal Masks is on view now through September 30, 2020 in the Tower Gallery at New Hampshire Antique Co-op.