4 Press Releases

Tag: Hale Woodruff

  • Artists

    Masters on the Market: Alma Thomas

    Photograph of Alma Thomas. Image from the Archives of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution. In 1960, after nearly 40 years as an art teacher, Alma Thomas retired to focus on her own work. She'd achieved some success as an artist before then. However, it was during these later years…

    Masters on the Market Alma Thomas1
  • Exhibitions

    Museum receives $25,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant

    Black Orpheus, 1969. Humbert Howard (1905–1992). Oil and collage on Masonite™, 49 3/4 × 40 inches. Delaware Art Museum, Gift of Dr. John E. and Carol Hunt, 2009. © Howard Heartsfield Gallery. WILMINGTON, DE.- National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved an Art Works award of $25,000…

    Museum receives $25,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant
  • Exhibitions

    Adelson Galleries Presents the Paintings of Self-Taught Artist Winfred Rembert

    Winfred Rembert, "Cotton Row", 2009. Dye on carved and tooled leather, 23 "x 24 3 / 4" (58.4 x 62.9 cm). Photo: Courtesy Adelson Galleries. NEW YORK, NY.- In a special event, Adelson Galleries and Peter Tillou Works of Art present the paintings of Winfred Rembert this spring. The exhibition, taking place April…

    Adelson Galleries Presents the Paintings of Self-Taught Artist Winfred Rembert
  • Press Release

    From Abstract Expressionists to Color Field Painters - African-American Fine Art : Fall 2019

    At Auction October 8 Upcoming Highlights Lot 98: Sam Gilliam, Untitled, acrylic, 1974. $25,000 to $35,000. A choice selection of abstract paintings feature in our October 2019 sale of African-American Fine Art, including first-generation abstract expressionist Norman Lewis, alongside artists Sam Gilliam and Kenneth Victor Young of the Washington Color School. Also of note are nature-inspired…

    Swann Galleries