Grand Canyon Grandeur (June 6, 2017 – December 31, 2017)

This exhibition, on loan from The A.P. Hays Collection, includes 100 striking and historically important portrayals of one of the world’s most revered natural wonders. Oil paintings, watercolors and prints dating from the 1850s to the 1950s capture the ecological, sociological and visual diversity of the Grand Canyon, while showcasing a range of artistic styles such as naturalism, impressionism, and abstraction. Thomas Moran, Eanger Irving Couse, Gustave Baumann and Gunnar Widforss are among the celebrated artists included in this exhibition.

 

Images:
  1. Gunnar M. Widforss, “Grand Canyon,” 1924, watercolor; On loan from The A.P. Hays Collection.
  2. Hiroshi Yoshida, “Grand Canyon,” 1925, color woodcut; On loan from The A.P. Hays Collection.
  3. Gustave Baumann, “Grand Cañon,” 1919, color woodcut; On loan from The A.P. Hays Collection.
  4. Howard Cook, “Grand Canyon,” 1927, woodcut; On loan from The A.P. Hays Collection.
  5. Eanger Irving Couse, “The Canyon Brink,” 1932, oil; On loan from The A.P. Hays Collection.

Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Fine Arts Gallery