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Everyone wanted a portrait of the hero of the American Revolution and Gilbert, himself, made rare copies of his second —“The Atheneum portrait.” All are treasured.
One, at the Museum for this exhibition, shows the president looking to the right out at the viewer, his left hand framed by a gilded arm rest.
The city’s first denizens, the Dutch, are “has beens,” unwillingly departed from the city they called New Amsterdam, and now skirmishing with their Iroquois allies in the Hudson Valley nearby to the north.
Real and not real, fact and fiction, Frengland (a combo of France, England, and Ireland) and Batavia (the Netherlands) fight the climactic Battle of Yonkers, recorded and viewed for the first time at the Hudson River Museum, situated by the river in the very countryside that inspired the 19th-century Hudson River School painters.
The combination of the magnificent Gilbert Stuart loan with the art and popular culture collections from the Museum’s holdings tells much about how we view and remember historical figures.
Her favorite compliment to date, “If you were a potato, you would be a sweet potato.” The Compliment dispenser first made its appearance this fall at New York City’s Art in Odd Places festival and its cheerful mission is the direct output from Harper’s study of design for social causes at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Her work also featured in Site95’s “Transforming New York Street Objects” and FIGMENT Festival NYC make environments eventful and interesting, inviting you to join the fun.
The exhibition is organized by the Hudson River Museum.
Not a rose, not a candy, but even better, it’s a Compliment for you in time for Valentine’s Day.
It’s not marble, it’s not bronze, but it is sculpture ─ bright and bouncing.