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Artist: James Robertson ( - )
Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Jérusalem (1856 vers) by BEATO Felice ; ROBERTSON James
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Jérusalem du Mont Scopus (1856 vers) by BEATO Felice ; ROBERTSON James
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L' Acropole d'Athènes (3e quart 19e siècle) by ROBERTSON James (?)
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William Robertson, Lord Robertson (1753-1835), 1805 Sir Henry Raeburn (Scottish, 1756-1823)Oil on canvas; 49 1/2
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Jérusalem, la porte "Ecce Homo" (1857) by BEATO Felice ; ROBERTSON James
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Alexander Robertson James, American, 1890-1946 The Embattled Farmer 1939 Oil on panel 50.16 x 60.96
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Alexander Robertson James, American, 1890-1946 Siberian Cossack 1937 Oil on panel 60.96 x 50.16 cm
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Alexander Robertson James, American, 1890-1946 Portrait of a Professor (Philip Cabot) 1934 Oil on panel
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Anna Mary Robertson ("Grandma") Moses Belvedere oil on hardboard 1945
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Portrait of Ethel Agnes Bartlett Robertson, Dame Laura Knight (England, Long Eaton, 1877 - 1970)  (Artist), 20th century, Charcoal
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Vase, Fred H. Robertson (1898 - 1952) , circa 1915, Stoneware
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Mug, Alexander W. Robertson (England, 1840 - 1925) , 1897, Earthenware
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Vase, Alexander W. Robertson (England, 1840 - 1925) , circa 1895, Earthenware
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , 1884-89, Stoneware
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , 1884-89, Stoneware
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Signs of the Times, Helen F. Robertson (born 1940)  (Artist), 1930s, Gelatin-silver print
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Bowl, Fred H. Robertson (1898 - 1952) , circa 1915, Earthenware, lustre glaze
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Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), 1786-91 Archibald Robertson (Scottish, 1765-1835)Ivory; Oval, 3 x 2 3/8 in.
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Percy Robertson Richmond, Yokshire etching 19th - 20th century
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Portrait of William Rawlins, Esquire, Andrew Robertson (1777 - 1843)  (Artist), 1821, Miniature: watercolor on ivory
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Percy Robertson The Tower of London Drypoint 19th - 20th century
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Percy Robertson St. Paul's Cathedral from the River Drypoint 19th - 20th century
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Percy Robertson Street Scene in London Etching 19th - 20th century
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Portrait de la baronne de Schlichting, mère du donateur (1848 en) by ROBERTSON Christina
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David Lance Goines Thackrey & Robertson Color offset lithograph poster 1978
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James Bard - Steamship James Fisk, Jr. 1870 oil on board Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester American
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Henry Robert Robertson Sunning themselves, plate 14 in the book, The Etcher (London: Williams and Norgate, 1879), vol. 1 etching 1879
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James Basire, Sr. Portrait of Sir James Burrow Engraving 18th - 19th century
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Percy Robertson The National Gallery from the Steps of St. Martin's in the Field Etching 19th - 20th century
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Henry Robert Robertson My first Muff, plate 11 in the book, The Etcher (London: Sampson Lowä, 1880), vol. 2 [bound in same volume as vol. 1, 1879] etching 1880
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Henry Robert Robertson Giovannina, plate 23 in the book, The Etcher (London: Sampson Lowä, 1880), vol. 2 [bound in same volume as vol. 1, 1879] etching 1880
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Antoine Louis Barye, French, 1795-1875 Lion and Boar Oil on canvas 18.7 x 24.5 cm
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Artist: attributed to James Frothingham Title: Portrait of Rev. James M. Winchell. Date: 19th century
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , circa 1900, Stoneware, glaze
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James Heath James II stipple engraving 18th - 19th century
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James Beard Dog with Puppies oil on canvas 1863
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , circa 1900, Earthenware, sang de boeuf red glaze
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Thiers (19e siècle) by GOUTIERE Tony (graveur) ; ROBERTSON (peintre, d'après)
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Edward Francis Burney James Thomson, frontispiece in the book The Seasons by James Thomson (London: F. J. du Roverayä, 1802) engraving 1801
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , circa 1900, Earthenware, volcanic pink crackle glaze
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Anna Mary Robertson Moses - Calhoun 1955 oil on pressed wood National Museum of Women in the Arts American
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Joseph Jonathan Blackburn - James Pitts 1757 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art American
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Joseph Jonathan Blackburn - Mrs. James Pitts 1757 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art American
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Vase, Hugh Cornwall Robertson (England, 1845 - 1908) , circa 1900, Earthenware, volcanic streaked glaze
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Joseph Badger - James Bowdoin 1746-47 oil on canvas The Detroit Institute of Art American
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Gilbert Stuart - James Munroe c. 1817 oil on wood National Gallery of Art American
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Gilbert Stuart - James Madison c. 1821 oil on wood National Gallery of Art American
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Daniel Huntington - Dr. James Hall 1857 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Jeremiah Theus - James Cuthbert c. 1765 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Sir Henry Raeburn - Mrs. James Cruikshank c. 1805-08 oil on canvas The Frick Collection British
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Sir Henry Raeburn - James Cruikshank c. 1805-08 oil on canvas The Frick Collection British
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El Greco - Portrait of St. James the Less c. 1595 oil on canvas The Hyde Collection Greek/Spanish
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Jacob Eichholtz - James P. Smith c. 1835 oil on canvas National Gallery of Art American
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Matthew Harris Jouett - James G. McKinney n.d. oil on canvas Cleveland Museum of Art American
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James Basire, Sr. One of Eight Landscapes Etching 18th - 19th century
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James Basire, Sr. One of Eight Landscapes Etching 18th - 19th century
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James Basire, Sr. One of Eight Landscapes Etching 18th - 19th century
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James Basire, Sr. One of Eight Landscapes Etching 18th - 19th century
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James Basire, Sr. One of Eight Landscapes Etching 18th - 19th century
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James Basire, Sr. One of Eight Landscapes Etching 18th - 19th century

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (28)
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Bartley Nees Gallery: Player Breaker Dancer Faker: Natalie Robertson
In the Pacific, Trickster plays an important role, where the superhero Maui of a Thousand Tricks (Maui Tikitiki a Taranga) is known for many acts that tested boundaries and hierarchies. Maui is acknowledged as the ancestor who fished up the isl...

Queens Museum of Art: Queens International 2006: Everything All at Once
Driven by the local/international flavor of the museum and given the astonishing cultural diversity of the borough, a conscious effort has been made to avoid arranging this exhibition by theme, national origin, or aesthetic affinity. What results ...

Forest City Gallery: Stories For Grandchildren: Mitch Robertson
Contrasting these ritzy and often humourous texts, two groups of personal photos titled People I Know, test the artists memory by acknowledging the people in the photos forgotten over time. In one series, the artist has enlarged every class photo...

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa: Experiencing Turbulence: Art and The Weather
Some of the works use weather to directly represent a mood or state, while others convey more subtly the reflection of human experience in natural forces. Other works reflect the spiritual meaning that weather holds for many artists. Exp...

Workmens Cirle: Call for Artists: Utopia
Jurors are Mark Vallen, artist and social commentator; Mark Greenfield, artist and Director of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery; and Alice Wexler, writer, scholar and biographer of Emma Goldman. Artists are asked to submit slides of u...

Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane: Hetero Camp: Works of Guy Benfield, Nat Paton, Peter Robertson, Daniel Wallwork and Paul Wrigley
Subtitled "Hetero Camp", the work of all of the artists explores activities that are pursued to such excess in the "straight" world that they approach the status of gay camp. Lush, colourful images overstimulate the senses, taking the viewer throu...

Montclair Art Museum: WILL BARNET: A TIMELESS WORLD
IMAGE:
Will Barnet
Old Mans Afternoon, 1947
Oil on canvas
47 x 36 in.
Private collection
Works from the Permanent Collection of The Montclair Art Museum by ...

Frye Art Museum: An Imperial Collection: Women Artists from the State Hermitage Museum
The paintings, sculptures and watercolors once adorned the walls of Russian palaces and reflect the collecting tastes of royalty and well-born families in 18th- and 19th- century Russia. For many years, the paintings have been part of Russias off...

National Museum of Women in the Arts: Anna Mary Robertson: Grandma Moses and Her Place in History
Moses, a farmer and homemaker from upstate New York who became one of the most respected folk artists of the pre-World War II period, was also one of the first artists to become a media superstar and probably the best known woman artist of her...

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: Mark Lombardi: Global Networks
A former librarian, Lombardi culled information from published sources, but made a point of stating that his study did not stem from primary research. Part of the 14,500 index cards upon which he recorded and noted this information will also be on...

Yorkshire Sculpture Park / Longside Gallery: Size Matters: Exploring Scale in the Arts Council Collection
Artists represented in the exhibition: Eric Bainbridge, Jordan Baseman, Sara Bradbury, Martin Creed, Alan Currall, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Leo Fitzmaurice, Laura Ford, Mark Francis, Pamela Golden, Andrew Grassie, Steve Johnson, Michael Landy, Abigail L...

Illinois State Museum: 50 Years of Pow-Wow
Photographs, regalia, posters, and video footage document 50 years of powwow tradition in Chicago. The photographs in the exhibition celebrate a half century of the Chicago powwow experience, documenting drumming, singing, and dancing, and highlig...

Pharmaka: Dear Mr. Saltz: Photography in Painting
The article, as one might expect, provoked heated discussions within artist communities in regards to the meaning of painting and representation in an age of mass media visual saturation. Conversely, Mr. Saltz then calls for the celebration of ...

Kettle's Yard Gallery, University of Cambridge: Alan Reynolds: 50 Years after the Royal College of Art
A quest for structure and equilibrium has always been at the heart of Reynolds' work. His engagement with landscape, from his native Suffolk to the hop gardens and orchards of his adoptive Kent, was inspired in part by Constable and Samuel Palmer ...

George Billis Gallery, L.A.: Summer Salon: Paintings and Photographs by Gallery Artists
The Summer Salon will highlight the work of artists new to the gallery, as well as recent work by painters and photographers the gallery has exhibited since opening in September of last year. The works on view will demonstrate the diverse style...

Changing Room: Past Standing: New Work by Artists from Scotland and Beyond
Artists include: Tobias Anderson (Stockholm); Julianna Capes (Edinburgh); Lucy Gibson (Leeds); Jenny Hogarth (Edinburgh); Magnus Lawrie (Glasgow); Cecilia Lundqvist (Stockholm); Andrew MacKenzie (Edinburgh); Ellen Munro (Edinburgh); Kevin Reid (Du...

The Dahesh Museum: Revealing the Holy Land: The Photographic Exploration of Palestine
The images include tightly composed details of architectural assemblies that record layers of occupation of an ancient city, panoramas of the Sinai desert that defy any understanding of scale, iconic views of Jerusalem sought out by visitors today...

Bayly Art Museum: Beyond the Vanishing Point: Media and Myth in America Photographs by Warren Neidich
Section I - Camp O.J. - presents a site-specific installation of large-scale color photographs depicting the media circus that literally surrounded the O. J. Simpson trial. Beautiful, mythic, and surreally mad, these photographs, ...

Tate Britian: Stanley Spencer
In addition there will be two specially made films; the first presenting the murals in the Sandham Memorial Chapel at Burghclere, the second a digital recreation of the Church-House project, Spencer's imagined s...

San Diego Museum of Art: Grandma Moses in the 21st Century
Grandma Moses is one the great icons among 20th century folk artists, and it is with great pleasure that the San Diego Museum of Art now makes her lively paintings available and accessible to our community, says the Museums executive director, Do...

The Dahesh Museum: Last Chance! Revealing the Holy Land: The Photographic Exploration of Palestine
The images include tightly composed details of architectural assemblies that record layers of occupation of an ancient city, panoramas of the Sinai desert that defy any understanding of scale, iconic views of Jerusalem sought out by visitors today...

Brooklyn Museum of Art: Committed to the Image: Contemporary Black Photographers
All of the artists in this exhibition were selected by a committee of four people, Anthony Barboza, founder of International Black Photographers; Beauford Smith, one of the founders of the Black Photographers Annual and Candid...

Smithsonian, National Museum of American Art and its Rewick Gallery: 11th Annual Eldredge Prize Awarded for New Interpretation of 1960s American Art
Jones argues that the artists she examines identified closely with postwar industry and corporate culture. Drawing from extensive interviews with artists and their assistants, Jones presents the idea that much of the major work of the 1960s...

Art and Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI): State of the Art: Digital Prints, a panel discussion in conjunction with the opening reception of DIGITAL'2000
State of the Art: Digital Prints will examine important technical aspects that artists should know about creating long-lasting digital prints with Henry Wilhelm announcing surprising results of his recent testing that will revolutionize fine ...

Women in Photography: Call for Artists: Women In Photography International Celebrates It's 25th Anniversary with a Juried Black & White Print Collection
"Turning Silver" entries will be juried by an accomplished panel of professionals that will include: art directors, curators, editors, gallery owners, photo educators, photographers and publishers. The 100 juried images and artist statements will ...

Ars Electronica 2002: Call for Entries: 16th Edition of the Competition for Cyberarts
The total prize money for the Prix Ars Electronica 2002 amounts to Euro 100.000 / USD 88,466. The international juries will award 6 x 3 money prizes and up to 52 Honorary Mentions. Selected works of all categories will be presented to the ...

Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens: A MIROUR POLISSHED BRYGHT: REFLECTIONS OF CHAUCER, 1400-2000
Chaucer (c.1343-1400), the first great poet to write in English, has never lacked for critics. Daniel Defoe thought him not fit for modest persons to read; Lord Byron found him obscene and contemptible; and Matthew Arnold deplored his lack of hig...

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art: Marsden Hartley: First Retrospective in over 20 Years
Widely acknowledged as the greatest of the early American modernists, Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) belonged to a circle of artists promoted by photographer and gallery owner Alfred Stieglitz that included Georgia OKeeffe, John Marin, Arthur Dove, ...

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