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a watercolor painting with two men sitting on the edge of a body of water. The men appear to be older, one with a white beard. They are both wearing hats and there are impressions of trees in the background.

Winslow Homer, Building a Smudge, ca. 1891 (image courtesy the Philadelphia Museum of Art, www.philamuseum.org) 



The Philadelphia Museum of Art has announced the publication of a new research website for American art scholars, titled “American Watercolors: Research Resources from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.” The site includes the "Record of the Annual Exhibitions of the American Watercolor Society, 1868-1921,” compiled and edited by alumna and current Assistant Curator of American Art at the Saint Louis Art Museum Amy Torbert (PhD '17). Torbert created this document during her tenure as the 2016-17 Barra Foundation Fellow in the Center for American Art at the PMA. She also encourages those interested in 19th- and early-20th-century American periodicals to view her bibliography on periodical literature on American Watercolor.

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Alumna Amy Torbert has published a publication record on American watercolors for a new research website from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Alumna Amy Torbert has published a publication record on American watercolors for a new research website from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

9/14/2018
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