QR Weekly Art News Recap 6/9/23
Welcome to the Questroyal Fine Art weekly news recap! Here we will be sharing relevant articles about the art world each week. Please enjoy and check back weekly for the latest art news and events.
A recently donated Winslow Homer work entitled Waiting for the Boats, will be on regular display for the first time ever at Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site in Cambridge, MA. The painting was donated by Frances Appleton Wetherell, great-granddaughter of Henry and Frances Longfellow. The painting will join a collection of over 2,000 works collected by generations of Longfellow and Appleton family members.
Check out the link below for more information and to plan your visit!
New exhibition alert! “Romance & Nature: Art of the Hudson River School,” has just opened at the Berkshire Museum. The exhibition runs through October 1st and features work by artists such as Albert Bierstadt, Ralph Albert Blakelock, Asher Brown Durand, Thomas Hill, George Inness, Edward Moran, Thomas Moran, Arthur Parton and A.H. Wenzler.
For more information and to learn a little bit about the museum’s recent struggle with deaccessioning, follow the link below:
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