Preserving Western Pennsylvania Through Art

Dan Helsel SAMA

These are not the artists on the list of art investors or brokers. Yet their works connect rural Pennsylvania with national art scenes, often through a reference to their indebted influence from European modernism, American regionalism or New York school. It shows that while public art may not be democratic, individuals can blossom regardless their root and locale.

Painting Immergrun: The Art Collections of Charles M. Schwab

When you walk through the Met or the National Gallery, you might notice a number of names affixing painting labels quite frequently: Mellon, Morgan, Frick and Vanderbilt. One you don't see as often is Charles M. Schwab. Yet one can only imagine that the 75-room French Chatteau on Riverside Drive in Manhattan was filled with … Continue reading Painting Immergrun: The Art Collections of Charles M. Schwab