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Certainty and Doubt: Paintings by Dan Ramirez (October 13, 2017–January 7, 2018)

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Dan Ramirez (American b. 1941)

  • Untitled, 1975, acrylic on canvas, 84 x 138 in., collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, gift of Mark and Judy Bednar.

  • La Luz (Study), 2002, acrylic, ink wash and graphite on paper, mounted on foam core, 12 3/4 x 4 in., National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, 2013.145, gift of Thomas and Linda Heagy.

  • Aletheia: Kosmik Alska Dans, 2016, oil and acrylic on canvas, 55 x 75 x 2 in., courtesy of the artist.

  • Dan Ramirez at work in the Chazen studio classroom. Photo by Russell Pancenko.

 

Fantastic Illustration from the Korshak Collection (November 17, 2017–February 4, 2018)

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  • The Brothers Hildebrandt (American b. 1939), The Balrog, 1977, acrylic, 42 x 48 in., The Korshak Collection, A.32.1.
    Originally appeared as the April illustration in the 1977 J.R.R. Tolkien Calendar for Ballantine Books, 1976.

  • James Avati (American, 1912–2005), Deathworld 2, 1964, oil on canvas board, 21 x 17 in., The Korshak Collection, A.1.1.
    Originally published as the cover illustration for Deathworld 2 by Harry Harrison, published by Bantam Books in 1964.

  • James Allen St. John (American, 1872–1957), John Carter and the City of Mummies, 1941, gouache on paper, 18 x 13 in., The Korshak Collection, A.24.1.
    Cover illustrtion of Amazing Stories, Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., March 1941 for “The City of Mummies” by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

  • Arthur Rackham (British, 1867–1939), Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, 1907, pen and ink, watercolor, 10.5 x 7 in., The Korshak Collection, E.12.1. Originally appeared in the first edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll published by William Heinemann, London, 1907.

  • Gustaf Tenggren (American, b. Sweden, 1896–1970), Kärlekens under (“Love In”), 1922, watercolor, gouache on illustration board, 10.5 x 9.5 in., The Korshak Collection, E.16.2.
    Originally published in Bland Tomtar och Troll “Kärlekens under” by Ellen Lundberg-Nybloom, Stockholm: Åhlén & Åkerlunds Fölag, 1922.

 

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting (February 23–May 20, 2018 )

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  • Alfred William Parsons (English, 1847–1920), Wixford, Stratford, Warwickshire, ca. 1900, watercolor and gouache on paper, 6 x 11 in., Chazen Museum of Art, gift of D. Frederick Baker from the Baker/Pisano Collection, 2017.27.26

  • Julian Alden Weir (American, 1852–1919), Tile Club Chef, n.d., gouache, 15 x 10, Chazen Museum of Art, gift of D. Frederick Baker from the Baker/Pisano Collection, 2017.27.29

  • Francis Davis Millet (American, 1846–1912), Study for Proclaiming the King, 1901, oil on canvas, 20 x 27 in., Chazen Museum of Art, gift of D. Frederick Baker from the Baker/Pisano Collection, 2017.27.54

  • Charles Stanley Reinhart (American 1844–1896), Woman in Hammock, 1880, painted and glazed earthenware, 8 x 8 in., Chazen Museum of Art, gift of D. Frederick Baker from the Baker/Pisano Collection, 2017.27.90

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