The Disappearing Landscape: Selections from the Hofstra University Museum Collection
January 23- March 18, 2012
David Filderman Gallery
This original exhibition features 27 drawings, paintings, photographs, prints and sculpture from the Museum’s permanent collection created by international artists from the United States, Russia and Japan, among other countries. The works of art date from the early 19th century to the 21st century. Featured artists include: Alexander Calder, Harry Callahan, Lucien Clergue, Currier & Ives, Edwin Dickinson, Sally Gall, April Gornik, James McDougal Hart, Katsushika Hokusai, Donald Resnick, Yevgeny Rukhin, Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin and Michael A. Smith. These works illustrate the artistic need to capture the ever-changing and disappearing global landscape.
Gallery Location and Hours
David Filderman Gallery,
Joan and Donald E. Axinn Library,
Ninth Floor, South Campus
Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday, Noon - 5 p.m.
James MacDougal Hart, Landscape, 1874, Oil on canvas
Currier & Ives, The Mill Dam at Sleepy Hollow, undated, Hand colored lithograph, HU 64.68
Edwin Dickinson, Rocks, Brewster, 1941, Oil on canvas, Gift of Dr. Milton M. Gardner, HU 96.65
Harry Callahan, Cape Cod, 1972, Gelatin silver print, Gift of Long Beach Friends of Hofstra, HU 74.18
IsIvan Ivanovich Shishkin, The Tall Trees, 1865, Oil on canvas, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Anatoly Khilkin, HU924.41
Looking at Art
Saturday, February 11, 2012
10:00 am - 12:00 noon
Emily Lowe Gallery, South Campus
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