Caldwell Gallery Hudson opens "Panorama - 250 Years of American Art"

  • HUDSON, New York
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  • September 12, 2014

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Russell Cowles, Mountain Landscape Springtime, Oil on wood panel, 24" x 30"
George Hitchcock, Haymakers, Oil on canvas, 37" x 46"

Caldwell Gallery Hudson's Fall exhibition schedule launches September 12th with an eclectic array of over two and a half centuries of exceptional American artworks. Panorama features painting and sculptures from the colonial to modern periods, with pieces by artists Grant Wood, Andrew Wyeth, Louise Nevelson, John Koch, David Burliuk, Dorothy Dehner, Guy C. Wiggins, Charles Courtney Curran, Richard E. Miller, Isabel Bishop, Ed Garman, and many others. This exhibition will open on Friday, September 12, and will be on view until October 27.  Diverse movements including Impressionism, Hudson River School, Magic Realism, Social Realism, and Abstract Expressionism are represented. Sculptures displayed include a major 1871 neoclassic marble by William Henry Rinehart, an early Harry Bertoia bush form, and a Louise Nevelson “painted cloud” box from 1977.

Ed Garman, Chromatic Accents, Oil on masonite, 36" x 36"

"We're excited to be featuring several works in this exhibition which have not been offered for sale in a very long time. In one case, this means one hundred and one years." notes principal Jay Caldwell. "There is something in this exhibit for just about every collector's taste, from traditional to modern. Sharing the spirit and creative drive of more than forty American artists at work over two and a half centuries is a pleasure."

Located in the heart of Hudson's bustling Warren Street the gallery is open Friday – Monday or by chance.    

Jay Caldwell
Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Caldwell Gallery Hudson
355 Warren Street
Hudson, New York
(518) 828-7087
About Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Joe and Marcy Caldwell founded The Caldwell Gallery in 1973. The principles they learned and applied as passionate collectors of early American art and antiques were ones they incorporated into the daily goal of their new enterprise - bringing great art, backed by exceptional value, to the homes of their clients. Joined by their son Jay Caldwell in 1985, The Caldwell Gallery expanded to include a focus on American modernist movements, including Post-War and Abstract Expressionist works. After 41 years in business, the Caldwell family decided to expand their activities in the art world with this new enterprise in the historic city of Hudson, NY.

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