Tag Archive: The Gilded Age

Jun 28

Arts Everyday Living: A Vanderbilt Cousin & His Dog—Old Friend, Loyal Companion

PLEASE CLICK on the work of art to ENLARGE or ENHANCE it.         A VANDERBILT COUSIN & HIS DOG OLD FRIEND, LOYAL COMPANION     ____________________ ____________________ Shortly after All Soul’s Parish was established in 1896, George W. Vanderbilt gave the land and contributed handsomely to the endowment of the Clarence Barker Memorial Hospital incorporated on …

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Apr 05

Arts Everyday Living: In the Wilds of British Columbia—the Spectacular Lake O’Hara

Click on the work of art to enlarge or enhance it.         IN THE WILDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA THE SPECTACULAR LAKE O’HARA     ____________________ ____________________ Generations of visitors to Yoho National Park have regarded the alpine splendor of the Lake O’Hara area with deep reverence.  Here are amassed the bubbling brooks, vibrant mosses, vast …

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Nov 01

Arts Everyday Living: Artists of the Gilded Age—The Priceless Magnolia

      Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature. Gerard de Nerval   ____________________ ____________________ The hypnotic Magnolia by Charles Walter Stetson (1858-1911) is part of the comprehensive collection of painters and sculptors who created during the Gilded Age,* presently at the Smithsonian American Museum of Art in Washington, D.C.   Originally from Providence, …

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