American Women Artists · Exhibitions · Hudson RIver

“Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875)” on View at Hawthorne Fine Art

Hawthorne Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of its upcoming exhibition, Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875). Featuring a selection of women artists who were active throughout the nineteenth century, the exhibition focuses on these women’s contributions to the history of the Hudson River School, Luminism, and American… Continue reading “Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875)” on View at Hawthorne Fine Art

American Impressionism · American Women Artists · Essay

Marguerite Zorach and the Park Avenue Cubists

Marguerite Zorach,¬†Flowers and Shells II,¬†1956, Hawthorne Fine Art, New York City. When we discuss women artists, it is crucial to remember that their careers were often defined by limited access to education and proper means for exhibition. In the case of Marguerite Zorach, who was born in Santa Rosa, California in 1887, the artist was… Continue reading Marguerite Zorach and the Park Avenue Cubists