A Gifford Beal Painting Rediscovered

Gifford Beal On the Hudson at Newburgh
Gifford Beal, On the Hudson at Newburgh, 1918, oil on canvas, 36 x 58½ in. The Phillips Collection.

For his latest “Master Class” column in April 2017 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, Jerry Weiss writes about Gifford Beal’s On the Hudson at Newburgh (1918), “a lost treasure found,” that is part of the exhibition World War I and American Art, now on view at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Beal studied with William Merritt Chase and later served for thirteen years as president of the League’s board of control. You can read Weiss’s article, “Hidden No Longer,” online here


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