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David G. Lowe

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The Utopian Swedish colony at Bishop Hill, Illinois, lasted only sixteen years. But in Olof Krans’s strange and evocative paintings it has a kind of immortality
The Banner Years, June 1969 | Vol. 20, No. 4
During World War I Childe Hassam painted New York in all its patriotic glory
Harry Jackson's painting gives the canvas a voice.
The bleak future of Hudson County’s lovely old seat of government illustrates the threat to our heritage of beauty from a generation that neither builds nor remembers well
Three long-lost paintings of Washington in action (above, at Germantown) were part of G.W.P. Custis’ lifelong effort to glorify the foster father he adored