THE FINE ARTS COMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL ARTS CLUB
Role in Furthering the NAC Mission
To provide a nexus for members to recognize, support and encourage excellence in the visual arts. The Fine Arts Committee is supported and complimented in this mission by the Exhibitions Committee and its chair Dee Shapiro as well as the Curatorial Committee and its chair Nicholas Lowry who can be reach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Curatorial Committee in particular works with a professional curator to oversee the preservation, documentation and exhibition of The National Arts Club Permanent Collection.
If you are a member of The National Arts Club and are interested in joining our committee, please email us at email@example.com.
Recently Restored Artwork
Ellin and Kitson - Two carved panels from the Dining Room of the Tilden Mansion, ca. 1880
Robert Vonnoh (1858 - 1933) - Reverie, 1912
Andrew Winter (1892 - 1958) - Eastern Point Light, 1938
Paul Cornoyer (1864 - 1923) - Shepherd's Cottage, Moonlight, ca. 1905
Louis F. Berneker, Vanity, oil on canvas laid on board – new frame
Edmund Greacen, The Feather Fan, by 1919, oil on canvas – painting conservation
Cover of Ladies Home Journal, 1 March 1911, featuring a reproduction of Harry W. Watrous’s Some Little Talk of Me and Thee There Was – new frame
Philip Little, An Upland Meadow, 1917, oil on canvas – painting conservation
Waldo Peirce, Interior with Mrs. Peirce Sewing, ca. 1916, oil on board – new frame
Reform and Better Times, campaign poster for Samuel J. Tilden – new frame with funds provided by Rebecca Evan-Zohar
James Abbott McNeill Whistler, The Little Putney, No. 1, 1879, etching - new frame
Exhibiting Artist Membership
The "Exhibiting Artists Members" (aka EAM), is a group of artists selected to Exhibiting Artist Membership through a juried application process. You must be a member in good standing of The National Arts Club in order to be considered for membership. Non-members need not apply. Please download an application here and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org