There is a sense of fluidity, deeply rooted in canon of western art. That virtuosity is met with directions and means. Glier have applied incongruent techniques of painting and drawing which span over centuries in art history. But oddly, they not only are sensible aesthetically, but also speak authoritatively.
The 19th century American Art collection at the Philbrook Museum of Art is on the second floor of its Italian Renaissance Mansion. Upon entering the first room slightly on the leftside of the staircase, one is greeted by a large winter scene painting by Bruce Crane, donated by Laura A. Clubb in 1947. New England […]