“Someone is going to come ’round here and buy all my paintings at one time for $40,000.”

Earl Cunningham (1893 – 1977), a prolific landscape artist who worked from memory, is considered a “folk modernist” whose work conveys some of the complex meanings about the nature of American life. In the NYTimes, Karen Rosenberg writes that Cunningham’s style may have been childlike, but he was hardly naïve. “He was well aware of … read more… ““Someone is going to come ’round here and buy all my paintings at one time for $40,000.””

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Martín Ramírez drawings at the San Jose Museum of Art

Kenneth Baker in the San Francisco Chronicle: “These days, art museums frequently introduce important exhibitions with orientation materials. They seldom enlist another institution to do it for them, as the San Jose Museum of Art has with its visually gripping exhibition ‘Martín Ramírez.’ Stop first at San Jose’s Mexican Heritage Plaza, where two large rooms … read more… “Martín Ramírez drawings at the San Jose Museum of Art”

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