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Kent | Rockwell

Referred to as the modern Ulysses, Rockwell Kent was an intrepid traveler, prolific artist and a brave activist. As an artist Kent found inspiration in the austerity and stark beauty of the wilderness. He studied under a number of influential painters and theorists of his day, including William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri. Kent’s first one-man show in 1907 at Clausen Galleries in New York met with wide critical acclaim, establishing a foundation for his lasting reputation as an early American modernist. Read More

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Russian Art Movements

Austere Style

The "Austere Style" was the Russian art movement from 1955 to 1970. It grew from a shift in politics with the death of Joseph Stalin and the emergence of the Khrushchev Thaw.
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Zhou B Art Center | Chicago

Secondary Meanings

In this review the artists exhibiting in Secondary Meanings, an exhibition of figurative diptychs and triptychs, discuss the creative opportunities of working with multiple panels.
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