Writer's Eye 2003
ART
JUDGES PRIZES RULES TOURS
UVA ART MUSEUM

Entries due Nov. 21, 2003

February 2004
Writer’s Eye Awards Ceremony
Reception follows in Museum

 

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Artist Unknown. Portrait of a Gentleman, 1574-75. Oil on Panel, 33 x 24 inches. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Herman, 1976.10. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum. Jan Steen. Hagar and Ishmael in the Wilderness, ca. 1660. Oil on Canvas, 24 x 20 inches. Gift of Jack Kilgore, 2000.25.2. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum. Gaspard Dughet. Two Figures in a Classical Landscape, 1660-70.
Oil on Canvas, 27 x 37 inches.
Museum purchase with Volunteer Board Endowment and Curriculum Support Funds, 1992.15. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Studio of John Singleton Copley. Children of George III, after 1785. Oil on Canvas, 20 x 15 1/8 inches. Gift of Mrs. Ruth C. Cross, 1990.7. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Rembrandt Peale. Mrs. Halsey, 1835. Oil on Canvas, 35 x 30 inches. Extended loan from the family of Carleton Putnam, EL9.1991.2 Acrolithic Sculptures from Morgantina, 530-520 BC. White Thasian marble, various sizes.
Gift of an anonymous donor, 2002.21.1-8. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
O. Winston Link, Abingdon Branch, Waiting for the Creeper, Green Cove Station, Green Cove, Virginia. Gelatin silver print. Lent by The History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia from the collection of Thomas H. Garver (NW 1248). ©The Artist. O. Winston Link, Hot Shot East Bound, Iaeger, West Virginia, 1956. Gelatin silver print. Lent by The History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia from the collection of Thomas H. Garver (NW 1103). ©The Artist.
O. Winston Link, Hawksbill Creek Swimming Hole, Luray, Virginia, 1956. Gelatin silver print. Lent by The History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia from the collection of Thomas H. Garver (NW 1126). ©The Artist. O. Winston Link, The Birmingham Special, Gets the Highball at Rural Retreat, Virginia, 1957. Gelatin silver print. Lent by The History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia from the collection of Thomas H. Garver (NW 1635). ©The Artist. Muriel Castanis. Untitled (Torso), 1988. Fabric and epoxy resin, 81 x 48 x 24 inches.
Gift of Fortune Funding, LLC, 2002.19. ©The Artist. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Guy Pene du Bois. Studio, Lafayette Street, 1923. Oil on Canvas, 19 x 24 inches.
Museum purchase, 1977.28. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Sean Henry. Ben (Ideas Resolved), 2001. Bronze and oil paint, 49 x 19 x 16 inches.
Museum purchase with funds donated by Robert and Ruth Cross, 2002.7. ©The Artist. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Lennart Anderson. St. Mark’s Place, 1970-76. Oil on canvas, 93 13/16 x 74 1/8 inches.
Purchased with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and an anonymous donor, 1977.25. ©The Artist. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Larry Poons. Untitled 77-A-9, 1977. Acrylic on canvas, 103 x 48 inches. Museum purchase, 1977.21. ©The Artist. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum. Robert Reed. Scanch Branch, 2000. Acrylic and oil marker on paper, with metal fasteners, 30 x 40 inches. Gift of David A. and Diane H. Kent, 2001.7. ©The Artist. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
 
Conrad Marca-Relli. The Oracle, 1955. Oil and collage on canvas, 70 x 49 inches.
Bequest of Buzz Miller, The Alan Groh/Buzz Miller Collection, 1999.12.52. Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Joseph Cornell. Untitled (Latitude/Longitude Box), n.d.
Mixed media box construction.
Gift of the Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation, 2002.15.4. Image © The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation.Collection University of Virginia Art Museum.
Tim Rollins and the K.O.S. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (after Harriet Jacobs), 2001. Satin ribbons and book pages on canvas, 62 x 52 inches. ©The Artist