Angels & Tomboys @ Newark Museum

Angels & Tomboys
Girlhood in 19th-Century American Art

Angels & Tomboys: Girlhood in 19th-Century American Art is a major traveling loan exhibition, which is the first to examine nineteenth-century depictions of girls in paintings, sculpture, prints and photographs.  Featuring approximately 80 masterworks by John Singer Sargent, ... Winslow Homer,  ... (more information)

Angel, 1887
Abbott Handerson Thayer
You can view a number of images at the museum website. 

The next program associated with the exhibit is on December 10.

Growing Pains: Representing Girlhood in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
Speaker: William Gleason, Professor and Chair of English, Princeton University
How did American writers reflect, and at times shape, the cultural obsession with girls and girlhood in the nineteenth century? (more information)

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