John Marin "The Weehawken Sequence"

Meredith Ward Fine Art

poster for John Marin "The Weehawken Sequence"

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The exhibition of 32 paintings, most of which have never before been seen, is drawn entirely from the artist’s estate. It will focus on the series of small oils that Marin produced between about 1910 and 1916, known as The Weehawken Sequence, depicting scenes in and around Weehawken, New Jersey. The works focus on imagery of grain elevators and railroad tracks, the Palisades, and the Hudson River with the New York City skyline beyond. “What’s amazing is that many of these paintings have never been seen before,” said Meredith Ward, President of the Gallery. “They are really ground-breaking works that point to modernist developments later in the century.”
[Image: John Marin c. 1910-16 "Weehawken Sequence" Oil on canvasboard, 10 x 12 3/4 in.]



from February 03, 2011 to March 12, 2011


John Marin

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