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Philip Johnson

Philip Johnson
Dr. Lori features architect, Philip Johnson, his International Style career work and his place in American architectural history. Read about his work at MOMA with Mies van der Rohe and John Burgee, and designing skyscrapers. Johnson designed PPG Place, AT&T Building, Glass House, Seagrams Headquarters, Pennzoil Place, IDS Center, Kine Tower at Yale.
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New Hope Artist Colony

New Hope Artist Colony
The New Hope, Pennsylvania artist colony hosted the Pennsylvania Impressionists, the New Hope Modernists, and was home to many historic architectural sites. Artists Walter Baum, Edward Redfield, George Sotter, Fern Coppedge, and Daniel Garber are identified with the area.
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Keith Haring

Keith Haring
The life and work of the American graffiti artist and HIV AIDs awareness advocate, Keith Haring is the topic. Haring's subway drawings, large scale public sculptures, friendships with Pop art master Andy Warhol and singer Madonna, and interest in Disney cartoons are all discussed.  
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Camille Pissarro

Camille Pissarro
From his beginnings in St. Thomas in the Caribbean, Camille Pissarro worked to earn the title of father of French Impressionism. His paintings in the Impressionist style impacted Monet, Renoir, Manet, and Degas and are discussed for their color, composition, and brushwork.
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Leroy Neiman

Leroy Neiman
Biography and tips of what to look for with prints and posters by the artist Leroy Neiman including sports subjects of his works like Willie Mays, Michael Jordan, and Joe Namath.
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Emile A. Gruppe

Emile A. Gruppe
Emile Gruppe led the Cape Ann School of American Impressionism near Gloucester, MA. Gruppe was a painter, teacher, author, and colorist. His paintings attract buyers in the upper echelon of the art market and his books instruct art students to this day.
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Wayne Morrell

Wayne Morrell
Rockport, MA artist is best known for his earthy landscapes in the American Impressionist tradition. Morrell's paintings capture imagery of boats in harbor and blooming trees in the manner of Emile Gruppe and Allan Freelon.
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Andrew Wyeth

Andrew Wyeth
Timeless images of the American landscape, still lifes, and portraits characterize the work of American artist, Andrew Wyeth. A member of the Brandywine School of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, Wyeth continued his family tradition as an artist. His career work, museum exhibitions, and current values are featured.
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Thomas Kinkade

Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade's characteristic landscape scenes of village churches and cottages, early career work in animation, values for his original works of art, and his commercial success are topics discussed.
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Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder
Philadelphia born sculptor and printmaker, Alexander Calder was an innovator working with constructed metal and printmaking. He created the hanging mobile sculpture in the Abstract Expressionist manner and later, offered the stabile sculpture for large scale public art sites. Values for Calder works of art regularly reach the six figure mark. 
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