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The Denoon Museum Shop offers unique gifts inspired by the Lenfest Collection of Pennsylvania Impressionists, handcrafted items created by local artisans and an extensive selection of books and cards.

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Exhibition catalogue: Charles Sheeler

George Sotter: Light and Shadow


Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form

256 pages | 10 x 12 | 207 color illustration
March  2017 | ISBN 9781512821482 | $49.95

Accompanying the Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form exhibition—a groundbreaking exploration of Sheeler’s work as a fashion and portrait photographer at Condé Nast from 1926 to 1931—is a stunning 256-page catalogue. Edited by Michener Art Museum Gerry & Marguerite Lenfest Chief Curator Kirsten M. Jensen, Ph.D., the book includes photographs by Sheeler and other photographers as well as essays written by scholars, historians, and archivists.

The contributing essays to Charles Sheeler expose the artistic breadth and depth of Sheeler’s Condé Nast oeuvre, over 300 images of which are gathered in this volume. Jensen provides the historical context for Sheeler’s experimentation in the years preceding his time at Condé Nast, as well as a comprehensive analysis of the artist’s Condé Nast photography alongside his Precisionist work.

Further essays explore the role of Condé Nast, the individual, in shaping the era’s culture; investigate how Sheeler’s work reinterpreted and shifted contemporary trends in architecture and fashion; examine the influence of Sheeler’s experimentation with filmmaking on his later work; and analyze Sheeler’s influence on later generations of fashion photographers, who have continued his studies into the model as a sculptural form.

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Robert Engman: Structural Sculpture

Members price: $45.00
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Robert Engman’s distinctive sculptures developed from his training and fellowship with some of the mid-twentieth century’s most renowned art teachers and famous sculptors. As shown here in over 600 color photos, his beautiful curved, minimal surfaces and clean abstract designs evolved as he sought his own voice with bronze, steel, aluminum, and plastics. This book’s insightful text, organized chronologically, exposes the influences, opportunities, experiences, and challenges he met. Major chapters cover his training, teaching, and sculpture, with a timeline, resume, bibliography, and index. The photos reveal his stages of development and progression of sculpture construction.

Hardcover, 9″ x 12″ with 641 color and 13 black and white photos, 256 pp.

 Robert Engman: Sculpture – Theme and Variations

Members price: $13.49
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Robert Engman’s work over the last fifty years has ranged in size from monumental to miniature. Large pieces he has created for major cities and museums in decades past have common attributes but he had never formally attempted to make a series of related works. In the last ten years, he has cast a group of 52 distinctive small sculptures, whose modest scale has allowed him to realize his vast number of sculptural ideas more efficiently. This collection clearly demonstrates how Engman’s work expands and alters three-dimensional structural concepts. Divided into nine families, the sculptures’ forms are based on different combinations of circles and squares in flat and warped planes. Each piece is shown from several angles, revealing strikingly different perspectives.

Hardcover, 6″ x 9″ with 209 color photos, 112 pp.

Wendy Paton: Nuit Blanche

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An award winning fine art photographer, Wendy Paton was in the throes of a successful, ground breaking career training and driving Standardbred race horses in New York, when in 1981, her interest in photography emerged. She studied at the International Center of Photography in New York, learned the intricacies of night photography from Michael Kenna, and darkroom printing techniques from her mentor and collaborator, master printer Chuck Kelton.

This catalog accompanies the exhibition Wendy Paton: Nuit Blanche.

Consisting of two bodies of work, NUIT BLANCHE comprises a premiere selection of Paton’s Visages de Nuit, complemented by a collection of her latest series, Reclaiming Dignity, in an installation of 61 of the artist’s gelatin silver prints.

The publication includes a conversation between Lisa Tremper Hanover, Director & CEO of the Michener Art Museum and Wendy Paton.

Softcover, includes 29 black and white plates.

Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism

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This comprehensive survey of Paul Evans’s work encourages a fresh look at the practice of making objects in the third quarter of the twentieth century as it examines the dynamic career of an artist who evolved from metalsmith to furniture maker to designer, shifting his focus from the New York craft world to the national world of design.

‘Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism’ focuses on an American artist who has attracted a worldwide core of collectors and whose approach to furniture-making defied traditional notions of craft. Pursuing furniture as sculpture and abstract composition, designer-craftsman Paul Evans (1931–1987) consistently pushed boundaries with his innovative approaches to metal and furniture-making, his work revealing the fascinating cross currents of sculpture and design.

Constantly experimenting with traditional and synthetic materials while also borrowing techniques from industrial manufacturing, Evans and his shop workers invested their furniture with an expressiveness that is quite distinctive in the realms of craft and design.

With contributions by Edward Cooke, professor of American decorative arts, Yale University; Glenn Adamson, director of New York’s Museum of Arts and Design; Gregory Wittkopp, director of Cranbrook Art Museum; Robert Slifkin, assistant professor of modern and contemporary art, New York University; Helen W. Drutt English, founder and director of the Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia; and Constance Kimmerle, curator of collections at the James A. Michener Art Museum.

Nelson Shanks: A Brush with Reality

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Nelson Shanks’ focus on and dedication to classical painting is rooted in the studied excellence of the European masters. His portrait compositions are narratives that speak to the scope and scale of a personality. His studies of human nature, most often in the form of the female nude, are rich with references – a floral headpiece, delicate compote, gilded frame remnants, a peacock feather, and soft textiles.

Shanks has lived, taught, and painted in Bucks County since the 1960s and is recognized for his eloquent portraits of notable figures in the world of politics, science, the arts, and religion. Yet there is enormous range in his oeuvre which includes still lifes, landscapes, and human tableaux filled with dramatic colors and textures.

Nelson Shanks is a maestro, orchestrating colors, spaces and elements like a conductor. And just as a conductor teases nuances from his musicians, Shanks infuses his paintings with this same passion and energy. This installation brings together more than 30 major paintings from public and private collections around the country and from the artist’s personal collection.

Softcover, color images, 28 pages.

Making Magic: Beauty in Word and Image

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Beauty. We all know what it means—as long as we don’t think about it too much. It’s a combination of qualities that pleases the senses or intellect. It’s in the eye of the beholder…and it’s only skin deep. We have beauty marks, beauty shops, beauty queens, beauticians, and beauty sleep. Stuff that’s new, bright, clean, being born, blossoming, or happy is beautiful; stuff that’s old, dull, dirty, dying, withering, or sad is not beautiful. The prevailing wisdom in academic circles says it’s a cultural construct that has no intrinsic meaning. Yet creative people have been obsessed with beauty since the cave painters of prehistoric France and Spain, and continue to claim it for themselves using techniques both familiar and unconventional. Organized by the Michener Art Museum and drawn in part from the Michener’s collection, this exhibition explores beauty not through aesthetic discourse but through the eyes and ears of contemporary artists. From the endless ways of seeing beauty, the exhibit loosely defines four overlapping types–lyrical, corporeal, transforming, and empathic–and explores these ideas using the work of photographers and poets from the Philadelphia region. Through word and image, this unusual exhibition takes a fresh look at an ancient concept, and also invites viewers to share their own thoughts about what is beautiful in their lives.

Softcover, color and black and white images.

So Bravely and So Well; The Life and Art of William T. Trego

Members price: $35.96
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Joseph P. Eckhardt

208 pages | 9 x 12 1/2 | 76 color, 52 b/w illus.
Cloth Jun 2011 | ISBN 978-1-879636-24-8

He was a painter who could barely hold a brush. He had to move his entire body to mix his colors. Yet William T. Trego (1858-1909) was a prize-winning artist with an international reputation, and his highly detailed and powerful battle scenes from the American Civil War and the Franco-Prussian War were widely exhibited and critically acclaimed during the late nineteenth century. Partially paralyzed by polio as a child, Trego never experienced the horrors of war, but his uncanny ability to portray battle from the point of view of fighting men and horses was much admired.

The first full-length study of Trego’s life and art, So Bravely and So Well places him in the context of both his world and the art of his time. Previously unexplored original source materials as well as studies of his surviving work have enhanced and altered what has been known thus far of Trego’s career. In addition to a full discussion of his history paintings, this volume explores his largely unknown work as a sculptor, illustrator, and genre painter. The book also tells the story of the artist’s remarkable personal life: his fierce determination to support himself, failed romances, and ultimately tragic end.

Published by the James A. Michener Art Museum. Distributed by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

The Blossoming of the World

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Brian H. Peterson

In The Blossoming of the World, Brian H. Peterson—author of the critically acclaimed The Smile at the Heart of Things—picks up both pen and camera and journeys to the deep end of life. Along the way he confronts some painful contradictions—beauty and violence, love and grief—and reflects on illness, family, death, dreams, epiphanies, and the birth of self-awareness.

More storyteller than philosopher, Peterson struggles to reconcile his Christian faith with his love of science, creativity, and spirituality in all its manifestations. Through word and image he quietly looks for—and finds—the common ground that unites thinking and compassionate people of all shapes and sizes.

Full-color reproductions of Peterson’s photographs accompany and enrich this collection of essays and reflections.

Brian H. Peterson, the Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest Chief Curator at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has more than thirty years’ experience as an artist, curator, critic, and arts administrator in the Philadelphia area. His scholarly publications include Pennsylvania Impressionism (2002), The Cities, the Towns, the Crowds: The Paintings of Robert Spencer (2004), and Form Radiating Life: The Paintings of Charles Rosen (2006), all co-published by the Michener Art Museum and the University of Pennsylvania Press. His recent memoir, The Smile at the Heart of Things: Essays and Life Stories (2010), was co published by the Michener Art Museum and Tell Me Press.

Also a practicing photographer, Peterson has had more than thirty solo exhibitions at galleries and museums throughout the country since 1980. His work is in the collections of the Amon Carter Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Library of Congress, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

Pennsylvania Impressionism (Hardcover)

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(Orders for multiple copies of this book may require additional shipping charges; you will be contacted via email if this applies to your order.)

Order your copy online or at the Denoon Museum Shop.

  • 368 pages and over 350 lavish color reproductions
  • Biographies of more than 80 artists
  • A lively history of the New Hope art colony
  • New scholarly research on the Pennsylvania Impressionists
  • A feature on the renowned Bucks County framemakers
  • This beautiful, hardcover volume is the definitive study of Pennsylvania Impressionism.
  • A thoughtful gift and a treasured addition to the bookshelf of anyone who values the rich artistic heritage of Bucks County.

About the Publication
Edited and principally authored by the James A. Michener Art Museum’s Senior Curator Brian H. Peterson, the book also includes essays by the nationally known art historians Dr. William H. Gerdts and Dr. Sylvia Yount, with additional contributions by Erika Jaeger Smith, Associate Curator of Exhibitions, Dr. Constance Kimmerle, Curator of Collections, Birgitta H. Bond, Librarian and Database Coordinator, Mary O’Brien, and Tricia Fagan.

An Evolving Legacy: Twenty Years of Collecting at the James A. Michener Art Museum

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Hard cover.
120 color plates.
Companion volume for the exhibition An Evolving Legacy: Twenty Years of Collecting at the James A. Michener Art Museum.

The Smile at the Heart of Things

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A collection of personal essays, journal entries, and reflections on art, artists, and art museums. Forty-seven full-color images of well-known paintings and photographs enrich these stories and underscore their celebration of humor and sadness, grief and joy. Written by Brian H. Peterson, The Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest Chief Curator at the James A. Michener Art Museum.

The Pine Street Hotel

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The grounds of the old Bucks County jail—known locally during its last twenty years as “The Pine Street Hotel”—are now occupied by the James A. Michener Art Museum. The jail survived almost eighty years of tough, medieval prison discipline before Major John D. Case, a remarkably humane man, took over as warden. He, together with the community whose imagination and cooperation he captured, transformed the old jail into one of the most outstanding prisons systems in the United States—a jail with a soul.

It seems fitting, therefore, that the creative spirit he introduced into the old jail complex be replaced by the creative energy and beauty of the art museum.

A wonderful read for historians, architects, prison reformers, museum goers and the generally curious.

Exhibition Catalog: “Elsie Driggs: The Quick and The Classical”

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Modernist artist Elsie Driggs (1898-1992) is best known for her precisionist paintings of the 1920s that take their subject matter from the world of industry and engineering, although her long career embraced a diverse range of styles and subject matter. While previous scholarship has focused on the precise craftsmanship, wit, and delicate beauty of her work, Elsie Driggs: The Quick and the Classical explores the ideological and emotional richness of the body of work she produced from 1918 through the late 1980s. The book, which is co-published by the University of Pennsylvania Press and the Michener Art Museum and accompanies the Michener’s 2008 retrospective exhibition, examines the artist’s work in depth and includes her own writings as well as critical responses to her work. Hardcover, 160 pages, 65 color plates, and 56 illlustrations.

Exhibition Catalog: “Form Radiating Life: The Paintings of Charles Rosen”

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Brian H. Peterson, with an essay by Tom Wolf

For some painters a single way of working can last a lifetime. Rosen began his creative career as a highly successful landscape painter, prominently associated with the impressionist art colony centered in New Hope, Pennsylvania. In his late thirties and early forties, Rosen became dissatisfied with the landscape style, and under the influence of modernist ideas his work changed radically. Form Radiating Life is an examination of the life and work of Charles Rosen, studying both phases of his career and featuring paintings from major museum and private collections that demonstrate this unusual range of styles. Approx. 200 pages in length and lavishly illustrated with 183 color images, this publication represents the oeuvre of an artist not only of prodigious talent and vision but also of tremendous sensitivity and imagination. Authored by the Michener’s Senior Curator Brian H. Peterson, the book is co-published by the Michener Art Museum and the University of Pennsylvania Press.

Exhibition Catalog: “Edward W. Redfield: Just Value and Fine Seeing”

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This groundbreaking catalog presents new scholarship and new insights about the life and work of favorite Bucks County artist Edward W. Redfield. Written by Constance Kimmerle, Ph.D., Michener Art Museum Curator of Collections, and beautifully illustrated with over 60 color prints. A must for anyone who admires the work of this important artist. Soft cover, 144 pages.

Signed copies of this book are available by calling the Museum shop at 215.340.9800. Prices are $44.95 for members, $49.95 for non-members.

Exhibition Catalog: “Fern I. Coppedge, A Forgotten Woman”

Members price: $76.50
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The exhibition catalog “Fern I. Coppedge, A Forgotten Woman” accompanied the 1990 museum retrospective of this popular artist’s work. Curated by Alan Goldstein, the exhibit showcased the broad range of stylistic differences in Coppedge’s paintings. The catalog features 20 colorplates, a complete checklist from the exhibition and a biographical chronology. Paperback, 48 pages.

The Genius Belt: The Story of the Arts in Bucks County

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A comprehensive and fascinating survey of the artistic tradition in Bucks County. With an introduction written by James Michener, this book presents the stories of Bucks County’s famous residents whose artistic contributions were recognized nationally and often worldwide. From painters to playwrights, artists featured include Dorothy Parker, Henry Mercer, Daniel Garber, Edward Hicks, Moss Hart, George S. Kaufman, and Pearl S. Buck among many others. Many rare black and white photos. Paperback, 174 pages.

Exhibition Catalog: “Intimate Vistas: The Poetic Landscapes of William Langson Lathrop”

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Companion to the 1999 exhibit curated by the Michener Art Museum’s Senior Curator Brian Peterson, this catalog details the life and work of William Langson Lathrop, offering extensive background information about the artist and the New Hope Art Colony he founded. There are 41 colorplates as well as photos of the artist, his home and family. Paperback, 141 pages.

Exhibition Catalog: “George Nakashima and the Modernist Moment”

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From the 2001 exhibition curated by Steven Beyer, this catalog is filled with gorgeous reproductions of internationally acclaimed woodworker George Nakashima’s furniture. The catalog also includes works by several major European and American designers. 7″x5″, 80 pages, 40 colorplates.

Exhibition Catalog: “Louis Bosa: A Keen Eye and a Kind Heart”

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Dr. Cher Krause Knight
Bucks County artist Louis Bosa (1905-1981) grew up in Codroipo, Italy, a small village only a few miles from Venice. As a young man he moved to New York City to study art. He became an astute observer of the human condition, making witty and insightful paintings and drawings that soon earned him a distinguished career in the American art world. His work is in the collections of more than twenty museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Dr. Cher Krause Knight, the recipient of the Michener’s Helen Gemmill Research Fellowship in 2002-2003, is the author of this publication, which examines the life and work of Louis Bosa, focusing especially on his painting Procession.

Exhibition Catalog: “Poetry in Design: The Art of Harry Leith-Ross”

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By Erika Jaeger-Smith
Harry Leith-Ross (1886-1973) was an influential teacher and author as well as one of the most decorated and prolific Pennsylvania Impressionist artists. For more than 30 years he regularly exhibited his watercolors, drawings, and oil paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery, the National Academy of Design, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. This beautifully illustrated book chronicles Harry Leith-Ross’ life from his birth on the island of Mauritius, to his childhood growing up in his grandparents’ castle in Scotland, to his early years traveling in America, and his final residence in Bucks County. This is the definitive publication covering the artist’s life and work and is the sixth volume in the acclaimed series of books on Pennsylvania Impressionist artists produced by the expert curators of the Michener Art Museum.

Pennsylvania Impressionism DVD

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This 30 minute DVD presents the history, the artists and the personal stories behind the famous art colony that began in New Hope in the late 1800’s. Includes interviews with family members of the artists, expert curators and art historians.

Exhibition Catalog: “Paul Keene: His Art and His Legacy”

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By Curlee Raven Holton

One of Bucks County’s most recognized living artists, Paul Keene has an important place in the legacy of the African American visual art tradition. Keene is a storyteller whose work explores the multi-layered visual narratives specific to the urban African American experience. His rich color palette and academy-trained draftsmanship depict themes as widely divergent as community, jazz, mythology, and voodoo. Born in 1920, Keene experienced many of the defining artistic and cultural events of the 20th century, including the government-funded Works Progress Administration, Army Air Corps service in WWII, the expatriate scene in Paris, a Whitney Fellowship teaching position in Haiti, as well as groundbreaking participation as an African American artist in gallery exhibitions in the United States. This publication explores Paul Keene’s life and career in depth, and was written by Curlee Raven Holton, Professor of Art at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.

The Cities, the Towns, the Crowds: The Paintings of Robert Spencer

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The definitive study of this important American painter, the book tells the story of Spencer’s colorful yet tragic life, using as sources the written recollections of his two daughters as well as extensive new research. Lavishly illustrated, the book examines the artist’s work in depth, includes excerpts from his correspondence with Duncan Phillips, press articles and reviews. Hardcover, 172 pages.

Signed copies of this book are available by calling the Museum shop at 215.340.9800. Prices are $49.45 for members, $54.95 for non-members.

Exhibition Catalog: “Daniel Garber: Romantic Realist”

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This catalog, written by the curator and author of the Garber catalog raisonne, Dr. Lance Humphries, accompanies the Garber exhibit which takes place at the Michener Museum and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. An unprecedented collaboration between these two institutions, organized by Lynn Marsden-Atlass, Senior Curator at the Pennsylvania Academy, Brian H. Peterson, Senior Curator at the Michener Art Museum and Dr. Humphries, the exhibition is split chronologically, with the works at the Academy examining the period of Garber’s oeuvre between 1901 and 1929, and 1930 through 1955 at the Michener Art Museum. Soft cover, approx. 39 pages and complete with over 27 color images, this book also has a paintings list that corresponds with the 2-volume Garber catalog raisonné.

Exhibition Catalog: “Paintings for People”

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This 96 page books includes 45 reproductions.

Exhibition Catalog: “An Independent Spirit: The Art and Life of R.A.D. Miller”

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Companion volume to the exhibition Curated by Dr. Cher Krause Knight, Assistant Professor of Art History at Emerson College, Boston. Produced during Dr. Knight’s tenure as the Michener’s Helen Hartmann Gemmill Research Fellow.

Daniel Anthonisen: “Heading Home”

Members price: $270.00
Non-members price: $300.00

Daniel Anthonisen is the next chapter in the Bucks County landscape tradition. Like many of the region’s painters, nature is his studio. His home in Pt. Pleasant provides easy access to the Tohickon Creek and the Delaware River, subjects that figure prominently in his paintings. He has created his own easel and waterproof storage, which enable him to work on a number of paintings in the middle of the river. Whether creating an oil painting, a pencil sketch, or a pen and ink drawing, you can find him working en plein air, skillfully capturing the energy of his surrounds.

‘Heading Home’ is a portrait of his father in the bow of their little fishing boat heading homeward toward the Lumberville footbridge. Something about the notion of heading home resonated with the artist like a blues, bluegrass or gospel song. In some respects this was a key introduction to a meditation involving a sense of creative home.

‘A Personal Walk ‘ is a portrait of a majestic Sycamore tree in a cornfield. If you look closely there are a pair of red tail hawks circling the tree.

These are giclee prints that have been printed at Brilliant Graphics. Each is printed on an archival German Etching paper with the highest quality archival ink and printing technology. Each print is part of a signed, limited edition of 75.

Daniel Anthonisen: “A Personal Walk”

Members price: $270.00
Non-members price: $300.00

Daniel Anthonisen is the next chapter in the Bucks County landscape tradition. Like many of the region’s painters, nature is his studio. His home in Pt. Pleasant provides easy access to the Tohickon Creek and the Delaware River, subjects that figure prominently in his paintings. He has created his own easel and waterproof storage, which enable him to work on a number of paintings in the middle of the river. Whether creating an oil painting, a pencil sketch, or a pen and ink drawing, you can find him working en plein air, skillfully capturing the energy of his surrounds.

‘Heading Home’ is a portrait of his father in the bow of their little fishing boat heading homeward toward the Lumberville footbridge. Something about the notion of heading home resonated with the artist like a blues, bluegrass or gospel song. In some respects this was a key introduction to a meditation involving a sense of creative home.

‘A Personal Walk ‘ is a portrait of a majestic Sycamore tree in a cornfield. If you look closely there are a pair of red tail hawks circling the tree.

These are giclee prints that have been printed at Brilliant Graphics. Each is printed on an archival German Etching paper with the highest quality archival ink and printing technology. Each print is part of a signed, limited edition of 75.

Daniel Anthonisen: “Union”

Members price: $225.00
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Daniel Anthonisen is the next chapter in the Bucks County landscape tradition. Like many of the region’s painters, nature is his studio. His home in Pt. Pleasant provides easy access to the Tohickon Creek and the Delaware River, subjects that figure prominently in his paintings. He has created his own easel and waterproof storage, which enable him to work on a number of paintings in the middle of the river. Whether he is creating an oil painting, a pencil sketch, or a pen and ink drawing, you can find him working en plein air, skillfully capturing the energy of his surrounds.

“Union” is a portrait of his parents, Ellen and George Anthonisen.

These are giclée prints that have been printed at Brilliant Graphics. Each is printed on an archival German Etching paper with the highest quality archival ink and printing technology. Each print is part of a signed, limited edition of 75.