Howard Pyle: American Master Rediscovered, the excellent exhibition about the grand master of American illustration that was organized by the Delaware Art Museum and was on view there earlier this year, has moved to the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where it will be on display until October 28, 2012.
Unfortunately, the NRM apparently couldn’t be bothered to put more than a cursory description of the show on their site.
Fortunately, the relatively extensive resources posted by the DAM, including the image gallery, are still online. For more, see my previous post on the show, that includes lots of images, details and links to additional resources.
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Ian (John) Schoenherr is an expert on Howard Pyle. http://howardpyle.blogspot.nl/
The NRM, is having quite a few classes related to the Howard Pyle exhibit. See http://www.nrm.org/2012/05/norman-rockwell-museum-presents-howard-pyle-american-master-rediscovered/
I’m hoping to see James Gurney’s lecture, and will be attend Gregs Manchess’s class [YEAHHHH, a week off from work immersed in art…YEAHHHHHH!]
Finally, just really happy to have a chance to see Howard Pyles painitngs.
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