Join Jonathan Boos for an exploration of late 19th and 20th century American art at The Winter Show Online, open now through Sunday, January 31st. Experience masterworks by artists including Jacob Lawrence and O. Louis Guglielmi in conversation, examine the detailing of abstract works by the likes of George L.K. Morris, and marvel in the scale of both land and cityscapes by Albert Bierstadt and Stefan Hirsch, all within the gallery’s virtual booth.
The Gallery’s 13-work presentation showcases the diversity of American creativity over the past century. Highlights include a unique still life by William J. Glackens, an enigmatic work by Lawrence, and rare study by Norman Rockwell, which was the basis for the artist’s 1948 holiday cover of The Saturday Evening Post.
Curious to learn more about the history of these significant American artworks? To accompany its presentation, Jonathan Boos explores the provenance of these artworks with a new article on the gallery’s website.