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The Prints of William Walmsley



The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens would like to present The Prints of William Walmsley, an exhibit that will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection. Bill Walmsley holds the record for…

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In the Gallery: Café L’Avenue, Paris by Richard E. Miller



Written by Jocelyn Boigenzahn, Curatorial Intern Richard E. Miller was an American painter who holds a high place in the American School of Impressionism, he was especially known for his paintings of female figures in sunlit interiors.  While in Paris he became an integral part of the American Impressionist art colony — there he lived, […]

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New Additions: John E. Costigan – The Bathers



Written by Angela Gonzalez, Curatorial Intern John E. Costigan was a self-taught painter and trained printer distinguished by his impressionistic style and affinity for bucolic scenes. Born on February 29, 1888, he was orphaned in adolescence. Taken in by his aunt and uncle, Costigan moved to New York City where he obtained a position at […]

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Liliana’s Top Three Public Art Pieces in Jacksonville



Art lies not only within the Museums in Jacksonville, but throughout the city in public places that you may or may not have already been to. Some may be in the most unexpected places that you visit on a daily basis or some may be lying around town that you just never got a chance to go visit.

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