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    Stills from a Life's Cinema: Colin Campbell Cooper 03:23

    Stills from a Life's Cinema: Colin Campbell Cooper

    by sullivangoss (4/10/11) 106 views

    Cooper is a major figure in American Impressionism. Having developed a firm grasp on Realism under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Cooper went on to develop a distinctive Impressionist style gained from his academic studies. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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    Frank Taira: The Color Inside 04:09

    Frank Taira: The Color Inside

    by sullivangoss (2/28/11) 17 views

    Sullivan Goss presents the first posthumous solo exhibition for Japanese American artist Frank Taira. Taira was a rising star in the Bay Area who was interned during World War 2 and who went on to paint joyful works for the rest of his life. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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    Bathed in Light: Paintings by Anya Fisher 02:44

    Bathed in Light: Paintings by Anya Fisher

    by sullivangoss (9/15/10) 39 views

    Sullivan Goss presents a new exhibition of work from the estate of Anya Fisher. Fisher's work reflects the strong character and vision of this multitalented artist. This exhibition focuses on the vitality and inner glow found in Fisher's paintings. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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    Americans At Play 04:29

    Americans At Play

    by sullivangoss (6/16/10) 216 views

    Sullivan Goss is pleased to announce an exhibition of art that showcases scenes of Americans at play over the last 100 years. The exhibit will feature over 50 paintings, watercolors, and sculptures that show us having a good time: kids flying kites, couples by the pool, families at the carnival, or at the beach.

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    Frederick Remahl: When Smoke Goes Down 03:50

    Frederick Remahl: When Smoke Goes Down

    by sullivangoss (5/19/10) 18 views

    For our third show of work from the estate of Swedish born artist Frederick Remahl (1901-1968), Sullivan Goss has brought together a collection of work that examines the artist's unique vision through his mysterious subjects and magical landscapes.

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    The Last New Century: American Art from 1880-1920 05:51

    The Last New Century: American Art from 1880-1920

    by sullivangoss (4/26/10) 211 views

    Looking back to the beginning of the Last New Century, one realizes that the upheaval and change bemoaned in the contemporary art world had already begun. Sullivan Goss will exhibit paintings from the Hudson River Valley School, American Barbizon, American Renaissance, Orientalism, Luminism, Realism, Impressionism, Symbolism, Art Nouveau, and Arts and Crafts.

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