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Exhibition: A Feast For The Eyes: Drinking And Dining Culture In Art From April 25, 2019 To May 25, 2019 At Childs Gallery

A Feast for the Eyes: Drinking and Dining Culture in Art – Online Exhibition

Press Release:

From Old Master prints to contemporary paintings, A Feast for the Eyes examines drinking and dining culture through various media of art. The exhibition features work by Milton Avery, Marcantonio Raimondi, Paul Endres Jr., Sally Michel, Hannah Barrett, Jared French, Dudley Vaill Talcott, and more. The online-only exhibition will be on our website April 25 through May 25.

On exhibit until May 25th, 2019
Painting by Jerome Thompson: The Country Parson Disturbed at Breakfast by a Couple Wishin, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
29×35IN.
The Country Parson Disturbed
Print by Master of the Die: Three Putti Playing with an Ostrich,  from a set of four tap, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
8×11IN.
Three Putti Playing with
Print by Master of the Die: Two Putti Striking Another Who Is Squeezing a Child,  from a, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
8×11IN.
Two Putti Striking Another
Print by Master of the Die: Two Putti Mocking a Monkey, from a set of four tapestries fo, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
8×11IN.
Two Putti Mocking a
Print by Master of the Die: Two Putti Presenting Cups Full of Gold to the God of Riches,, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
8×11IN.
Two Putti Presenting Cups
Painting By Hannah Barrett: Homebodies: Who Makes The Party? At Childs GalleryQuick View
96×72IN.
$12,500
Homebodies: Who Makes the Party?
Painting By Herbert Barnett: Compote, Wine Bottle And Bouquet At Childs GalleryQuick View
30×36IN.
$8,500
Compote, Wine Bottle and Bouquet
Painting by Betty Herbert: Gauguin in Paradise, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
16×20IN.
$5,500
Gauguin in Paradise
Painting by Betty Herbert: Lady with Fruits, Pineapple, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
16×20IN.
$5,500
Lady with Fruits, Pineapple
Painting by Anne Lyman Powers: [Clown Couple], represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
15×22IN.
$5,000
[Clown Couple]
Drawing by Eli Jacobi: Mission Fare, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
10×13IN.
$5,000
Mission Fare
Print By Jonas Suyderhoef: Drunkenness Of Bacchus [after Peter Paul Rubens, Flemish (1577 1640)] At Childs GalleryQuick View
12×13IN.
$3,600
Drunkenness of Bacchus [after
Painting By Sawool Kim: Awakening Bowl At Childs GalleryQuick View
26×30IN.
$3,500
Awakening Bowl
Drawing by Nicolas Toussaint Charlet: The Fruit Seller, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
9×7IN.
$2,500
The Fruit Seller
Print by Jared French: Drinkers, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
7×6IN.
$2,500
Drinkers
Print by Jared French: The Prizefighter and the Lady, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
5×7IN.
$2,000
The Prizefighter and the Lady
Drawing By Dudley Vaill Talcott: Blarney At Childs GalleryQuick View
10×6IN.
$1,800
Blarney
Print by Georg Pencz: Gula [Gluttony], from The Seven Mortal Sins, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
3×2IN.
$1,800
Gula [Gluttony], from The Seven Mortal Sins
By Laurent Hours: Untitled, From The Series Fruits (iii) At Childs GalleryQuick View
1134×1612IN.
$1,500
Untitled, from the series Fruits (III)
Print By D. Brunn: Infant Bacchus On A Leopard [after Anthony Van Dyck, Flemish (1599 1641)] At Childs GalleryQuick View
1134×1434IN.
$1,200
Infant Bacchus on a
Print by Bernard Brussel-Smith: Meditation or Cafeteria Philosopher, represented by Childs GalleryQuick View
6×4IN.
$950
Meditation or Cafeteria Philosopher
Print By Sara Zielinski: I Can't Even Remember Drinking Wine At Childs GalleryQuick View
12×11IN.
$850
I Can't Even Remember Drinking Wine
Print By Continental School (possibly Swiss): [autumnus Baccho] (possibly From Johann Wilhelm Stucki's Antiquatatum Convivialium Libri) At Childs GalleryQuick View
5×734IN.
$750
[Autumnus Baccho] (possibly from
By Paul Endres Jr.: The Lost Boys At Childs GalleryQuick View
7×5IN.
$300
The Lost Boys
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