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Tag Archives: Rockwell Kent

#5WomenArtists – Alice Kent Stoddard

Mar

21

Mrs. Ninah Cummer (1875 – 1958) had her portrait painted in 1927, when she was in her early fifties. The artist, Alice Kent Stoddard (1885 – 1976), was born in Watertown, Connecticut, but left her hometown to study at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women (now Moore College of Art and Design), and at the renowned Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under the guidance of famous artists Thomas Eakins (1844 – 1916) and William Merritt Chase (1849 – 1916).

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Celebrating Shakespeare!

Apr

18

On Saturday April 23rd, in honor of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death and the Museum’s recently acquired works, Rockwell Kent: The Shakespeare Portfolio join us for a day of Celebrating Shakespeare. Enjoy live performances, curated by Barbara Colaciello, and music inspired by the work and times of Shakespeare from Shawn Lightfoot from 11 […]

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