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  1. Dallas Museum of Art in The Dallas Morning News

    Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Thankful Poor, 1894

    Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Thankful Poor, 1894

    Two paintings by Henry Ossawa Tanner in the Dallas Museum of Art’s small but rich show on the artist — fresh from months of painstaking conservation treatment — offer a glimpse into the world of sophisticated expatriate Americans in Paris in the years around 1900. The exhibit shows the importance of the new, and well-endowed Art Bridges Foundation, which funded the conservation and study of the paintings on view. The foundation’s mission is to promote American art in museums throughout the United States. Read the Article

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  2. Michener Art Museum in Town Topics

    Fischer-End-Table-Sfirri

    The Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pa., now features an exhibition highlighting the influences that shaped the work of sculptor and woodworker Wharton Esherick. “Daring Design: The Impact of Three Women on Wharton Esherick’s Craft” runs through February 6, 2022. The exhibition explores the significant impact of three women – industrialist Helene Fischer, artist Hanna Weil, and photographer Marjorie Content – on Esherick’s career and development at a pivotal creative moment for the artist in the 1930s. This is one in a series of American art exhibitions created through a multi-year, multi-institutional partnership formed by the Philadelphia Museum of Art...

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  3. Dallas Museum of Art in Paper City

    Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Thankful Poor, 1894

    Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Thankful Poor, 1894

    Two works by one of the most revered African American painters, Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859-1937), recently received a thorough conservation treatment and subsequent study by the DMA team. The paintings The Thankful Poor (1894), on loan from Art Bridges Foundation (which also funded the conservation efforts) and the DMA’s Christ and His Mother Studying the Scriptures (1908) are paired in an intimate installation. Read the Article

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  4. Art Bridges in NPR’s Art Where You’re At

    Henry Ossawa Tanner

    When he was 11 years old, Henry Ossawa Tanner spotted a man painting in a Philadelphia park. The boy decided he wanted to paint, too. His parents gave him 15 cents, and he bought — his words — “dry colors and a couple of scraggy brushes.” Eventually he became the first African American artist with an international reputation. Tanner’s Christ and his Mother Studying the Scriptures and The Thankful Poor are on view at the Dallas Museum of Art through early January. Conservation work was done on both, and X-rays and infrared photography revealed surprises and insights into the artist’s thought process....

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  5. Peoria Riverfront Museum in Forbes

    American Verses: Terry Adkins, Mark Bradford & Kerry James Marshall Peoria Riverfront Museum

    Through the support of Art Bridges, the Peoria Riverfront Museum now spotlights the work of the world’s leading contemporary Black male artists through the exhibition “American Verses: Terry Adkins, Mark Bradford & Kerry James Marshall.” Landing artwork of this caliber without the help of Art Bridges would be unthinkable to a city and institution the size of Peoria and the Peoria Riverfront Museum. Read the Article

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  6. San Antonio Museum of Art in San Antonio Mag

    Photo Courtesy San Antonio Museum of Art

    On August 13, San Antonio Museum of Art unveiled three new murals created by local artists—one by Victor Zarazua at Wicho’s Mexican Deli, one by Sandra Gonzalez at Tony G’s and a third by Suzy Gonzalez outside the museum. The murals were created through a grant to the museum from the Art Bridges Foundation, which works to bring art out into communities nationwide. Read the Article

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