American Watercolorists at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

American Watercolorists at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Last week I went to Philly to see the exhibit “American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent.” I learned that until the late 19th century, watercolors didn’t rate as a medium of serious artists. It pretty much sums it up to say that watercolors were thought to be a medium used predominately by women. But that all started to change in 1867, after the brand-new American Watercolor Society of America sponsored an exhibition in New York City. The first-of-its-kind show drew big crowds and big sales, and watercolor as a… ... Read More
Published on Sunday, April 23, 2017By wisemarian
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