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Tom Thomson

Posted by Elizabeth Goodman on 18th May 2019

Tom Thomson

Tom Thomson was an influential Canadian artist of the 20th century. Born in Ontario, this painter would have such an influence over others, he is credited with influencing the development of the "Group of Seven," a collection of his fans as it were. He was so influential in its development, often times he is regarded as being an original member of this group, when in fact he predeceased its official organization. As a young boy in Ontario, at the…

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Carl Frederik Peder Aagaard

Posted by Elizabeth Goodman on 18th May 2019

Carl Frederik Peder Aagaard

Carl Frederik Peder Aagaard, best known for his landscape oil paintings, like Pergola in Amalfi, inspired by a trip he took to Italy to exhibit his work, was born into Denmark's Golden Age. His career would begin toward the end of this remarkable time that was precipitated by Danish Navy being defeated by the British in 1801, the bombardment by the English of Copenhagen in 1807 that destroyed numerous buildings in this capital city, the national…

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​Berthe Morisot

Posted by Elizabeth Goodman on 18th May 2019

​Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot was a French impressionist painter, born the granddaughter of the painter Jean-Honore Fragonard. She painted a wide range of subjects including domestic scenes, portraits and landscapes. Born during a time when women were not allowed to join any official art institutions, Ms. Morisot would work on refining her craft nonetheless. Precluded from receiving wider acclaim, born the daughter of a high-ranking government official, their s…

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Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait

Posted by Elizabeth Goodman on 14th May 2019

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait was born in Liverpool, England, in 1819. He would eventually become one of the first important sporting artists in America. The beginnings of his art career can be traced back to a lithographer position he trained for at Agnews, which was an art dealer in Manchester, England. Copying works at the Royal Institute was how this artist went about teaching himself to paint. Eventually he would be drawn to the United States wher…

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Cutler Miles Site Redesign

Posted by Elizabeth Goodman on 9th May 2019

Cutler Miles Site Redesign

We are really excited about our new home and new look for our site. Greater security, more options for frames, more images of our artwork in rooms, and faster render are just a few of the upgrades.  If you are have visited us before and are unable to find a particular work of artwork, please let us know and we'll point you in the right direction. If you have any questions or comments about our site, we'd love to hear from you!…