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  • >George Edgar Ohr: “The Mad Potter”

    November 30th, 2010 · 9:45 am  →  Blog

    > George Edgar Ohr (1857-1918) may not be well known internationally, but his artistic production was prolific to say the least. Proud to hold the moniker “Mad Potter of Biloxi” Ohr was always convinced that he would eventually be recognized as a genius, even if it occurred after his death. For the past few years,Read the Rest…

    November 23rd, 2010 · 10:09 am  →  Blog

    > George Catlin As we prepare for Thanksgiving, MIR would like to highlight an influential artist whose depictions of the Old West and portraits of Native Americans remind us of the origins of the Harvest Feast Holiday. While Thanksgiving is a time for feasts and giving thanks, MIR gives thanks to this prolific artist asRead the Rest…

    >Getting Ready for Winter with Edward Willis Redfield

    November 16th, 2010 · 10:10 am  →  Blog

    > The enchanting landscapes of Edward Willis Redfield are some of the most popular American Impressionist paintings in history. The artist was born in Delaware in late December of 1869. He exhibited artistic talent at a young age and attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and later traveled abroad to England and France. WhileRead the Rest…

    November 11th, 2010 · 1:17 pm  →  Blog

    > Getting Ready for Winter with Edward Willis Redfield Home by the River The enchanting landscapes of Edward Willis Redfield are some of the most popular American Impressionist paintings in history. The artist was born in Delaware in late December of 1869. He exhibited artistic talent at a young age and attended the Pennsylvania AcademyRead the Rest…

    >Grandma Moses: A Unique Artist

    November 5th, 2010 · 10:08 am  →  Blog

    >Grandma Moses, born Anna Mary Robertson in 1860, in New York, was a renowned American folk artist in the early 20thcentury. Her images are easily recognizable and popular in demand, emitting a sense of comfort and nostalgia. What makes Grandma Moses such a unique artist is that she did not bloom as a painter untilRead the Rest…