Posts tagged T.C. Steele

July 27, 2011

 

Floyd Hopper, The Red Farm, detail

Indiana Realities: Darkness On The Edge Of Town

Everyday life in the 1930s wasn’t a day at the beach, as these paintings bear out. We see train wrecks, shotgun shacks, and alleys draped with telephone wire.

May 13, 2011

 

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Come Rain Or Come Shine: The Festival Of Flowers PaintOut

The tradition of painting outdoors on this particular hilltop dates back to 1907, when a well-known American Impressionist purchased the abandoned farmstead.

March 8, 2011

 

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When Art Aspires To The Condition Of Everyday Life

For T.C. Steele, lifestyle prevailed over stuff. “It has seemed to me,” wrote the Indiana Impressionist, “that the greatest of all arts is the art of living.”

December 15, 2010

 

Karl Martz, 1930s earthenware pieces.

Clay Times Three: A Tale Of Art, Craft, And Resourcefulness

“Brown County was the great leveler," says Kathy McKimmie, whose new book unearths the story of and the connections among three Nashville potteries.

September 10, 2009

 

Making It in the Midwest: T.C. Steele to Today

Cutting-edge in its time, turn-of-the-century mid-western Impressionist painting laid the groundwork for the American art establishment in the heartland.

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