At Home and Abroad
This retrospective of modernist painter Jane Peterson (1876-1965) reflects the lifelong creative output of an artist who started her career as an American Impressionist before World War I and who evolved to become an Expressionist in the latter part of her life. Subjects include her impressionist paintings of France, Venice and the gardens at the estate of her friend Louis Comfort Tiffany; her loosely brushed, softly colored scenes of Turkey and Egypt; and her bold, bright modernist interpretations of her home cities of New York, Gloucester and Palm Beach. Peterson’s colorful and festive subjects are expressive reflections of her zest for life and prodigious energy. Jane Peterson: At Home and Abroad unites her work in one location for the first time in over 40 years, showing the breadth of both her skill and subjects.
More about this exhibition
“Rediscovering Jane Peterson” by Max Gillies, Fine Art Connoisseur, March/April 2018
“Jane Peterson: At Home and Abroad opens at the Long Island Museum” by Heidi Sutton, TBR Newsmedia, February 22, 2018
“Q&A: Cynthia Roznoy” by Laura Beach, Antiques and the Arts Weekly, December 12, 2017
“Retrospective of American Impressionist Jane Peterson Opens at Mattatuck Museum This Winter”, ArtFix Daily, August 15, 2017
Generously Supported By:
Mrs. Phyllis G. Connors Fund, Stuart P. Feld on behalf of Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, The Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation for the Arts, The David T. Langrock Foundation, Mattatuck Museum Kendrick Society Members & Vose Galleries LLC, Boston
Image credit: Marché aux Fleurs, 1908, Oil on canvas, Terra Foundation for American Art, Daniel J. Terra Collection
Lunch & Learn on Wednesday, November 29, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Join Curator Dr. Cynthia Roznoy as she delivers a lecture entitled “Jane Peterson: Adventurer at Heart”. Includes catered lunch.