Recent Exhibitions

John Hersey Memorial Exhibition at Hersey Haiku House, Millbrook, NY | Aug. 15, 2018

John Hersey “Probable Location of Erato”

“Probable Location of Erato” 1978, 66 x 84 inches

John Hersey Memorial Exhibition
Curated by Cannon Hersey and Elizabeth Rogers
Hersey Haiku House
1221 Chestnut Ridge Road
Millbrook, NY 12545

Opening Reception
August 15th, 1-7pm

This solo exhibition of John Hersey Jr. will feature large paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etchings and monotypes spanning his life long career as an artist.

Having lived in Millbrook for the last 37 years of his life, many of the paintings, prints and photos on display were created in Millbrook during the 80s 90s and 2000s. John was educated at Yale University and had a studio and gallery in the heart of Soho at 476 Broome Street in the 70s and 80s and was friends with people such as Lou Reed, Gerard Malanga, John Chamberlin, Andy Warhol, Peter Bradley, David Koloane, Samson Mnisi and many other artists and culturally influential peers.

John Hersey Jr. passed away on May 30th, 2018.

Hersey Haiku house (site of exhibition) | Hersey Haiku House was envisioned, designed and built by John Hersey Jr. To see John’s art within the house that he built is a unique opportunity that may never happen again.

John Hersey “Return to Return, (Don't do it)”

“Return to Return, (Don't do it)” 1985, 84 x 64 inches

John Hersey “Starry Night”

“Starry Night” 2008, 72 x 96 inches

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Triple Crown encore at the Getty Center

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Hampton Classic Horse Show Announces 2009 Poster By Henry Koehler

Koehler, whose work gives the casual viewer a behind the scenes glimpse into the world of riding and provides moments of nostalgia to those familiar to the sport, also created the Hampton Classic poster in 1979, 1985, and 1993.

View Henry Koehler’s Artist Page

Far away from the glitz, glamour and action of the Grand Prix ring, Koehler’s portrait for this year’s horse show offers a voyeuristic insight into a private moment between a young rider and her horse. This truly captures the finest side of the equestrian world, the intimate relationship that exists between horse and rider.

The World of Polo, 2009 and 2010

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Henry Koehler

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To visit Henry Koehler’s artist page, please click here.

FRANCESCO SCAVULLO: A Photographic Retrospective

 

FRANCESCO SCAVULLO: A Photographic Retrospective – U.S.A.

FRANCESCO SCAVULLO, A Photographic Retrospective, the first U.S. Retrospective of Francesco Scavullo’s work was held at Sotheby’s in New York on April 4th, 2006. The exhibition, on loan from the Scavullo Foundation featured over eighty celebrity and fashion portraits. The event which was sponsored by Lancôme, included a live auction of four vintage prints conducted by Sotheby’s auctioneer James G. Niven, with the proceeds benefiting the mental health charity, Fountain House. Despite his own personal struggle with bipolar disorder, Scavullo  had a productive and brilliant career that spanned over half a century. 

Among those honoring Scavullo’s life and work were his friends and colleagues- magazine editors Pamela Fiori (Town and Country), Helen Gurley Brown (International Cosmopolitan) and model Carmen Dell’Orifice . The event was a tremendous success raising over $50,000 for Fountain House. Event photographics courtesy Patrick Mcmullan.

 

Francesco Scavullo: A Photographic Retrospective – Milan, Italy

As one of the world’s most recognized fashion photographers, Francesco Scavullo captured on film some of the most famous personalities of the 20th century. Acknowledged to be the dominant photographic influence on American fashion and beauty, his lighting technique and impeccable artistry created evocative portraits that defined an era. One hundred celebrated images comprise FRANCESCO SCAVULLO: A Photographic Retrospective. The collection includes some of his most compelling work, including several important album and magazine covers from Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, Time and Town and Country.

 

To learn more about Francesco Scavullo and view his images, please visit his artist page

   

Volume I - SONG

Volume I - SONG

Francesco Scavullo – Song Portfolio represented by Jeanne Chisholm & Chisholm Gallery, LLC

Song is the first portfolio from Francesco Scavullo – A Photographic Retrospective. The edition size is strictly limited to 150 (outside of 45 AP’S for collaborators, museums, and foundations.) The sheet paper size is 20″ x 24″ / 51 cm x 61 cm. The first portfolio titled “Song” features Mick Jagger, Sting, Janis Joplin, Bernadette Peters, Diana Ross, Cher, Luciano Pavarotti, Ravi Shankar, Lena Horne and Deborah Harry. Scavullo’s photographs are part of the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, Guggenheim, and the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Accordingly,the retrospective has been included in the permanent collections of leading international museums, most notably The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. 

 

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Volume II - HOLLYWOOD WOMEN

Francesco Scavullo – Hollywood Women Portfolio represented by Jeanne Chisholm & Chisholm Gallery, LLC

Hollywood Women is the second portfolio from Francesco Scavullo – A Photographic Retrospective. The edition size is strictly limited to 75 (outside of 45 AP’S for collaborators, museums, and foundations.) The sheet paper size is 20″ x 24″ / 51 cm x 61 cm. The second portfolio titled “Hollywood Women” features Elizabeth Taylor, Glenn Close, Barbra Streisand, Liza Minelli, Rene Russo, Susan Sarandon, Sophia Loren, Faye Dunaway, Bette Midler and Lauren bacall. Scavullo’s photographs are part of the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, Guggenheim, and the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Accordingly,the first portfolio of the retrospective has been accepted in the permanent collections of leading international museums, most notably The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. 

Carrie Quade

Please click here to view work by this artist
Carrie Quade’s lifelong love of art and animals became the focus of her career over thirty years ago. With both a degree in Art Education and years of experience working with horses, veterinarians and zoological parks, Carrie has been able to study behavior and interpret the essence of her subjects. This year her work has been selected for the National Sculpture Society 75th Annual Exhibition, Society of Animal Artist Exhibition and Tour.

She has collaborated of projects for Disney, Pepsi Co. and W.L. Gore. Her public installations include National Geographic Society, Washington, DC; University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center; John Gilbert Reese Center, Ohio State University and two works in The Benson Sculpture Garden, Loveland, Co.

Upcoming Exhibitions

NEWPORT FLOWER SHOW, June 27th, 28th, 29th, 2008
VICKY MOON BOOK SIGNING for EQUESTRIAN STYLE, SARATOGA SPRINGS, August 6th, 2008
HAMPTON CLASSIC, August 24th – 31st, 2008
ROUND HILL HOTEL & VILLAS, MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA, WEST INDIES, November 2008
THE TRYALL CLUB, MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA, WEST INDIES, November 2008
WINTER EQUESTRIAN FESTIVAL, WELLINGTON, FLORIDA Winter Season, 2009

Jonathan Routh 1927-2008

A Helpful Form of TransportWe are sad to report the passing of Jonathan Routh on Wednesday, June 4th, 2008. Jonathan co-starred in the British version of the television show Candid Camera (1960-67) and co-starred with Germaine Greer and Kenny Everett in Nice Time. He published a number of humorous books, painted for many years, and exhibited regularly in Jamaica, Italy and the United States. He is survived by his wife , Shelagh and two sons from his first marriage, Christian, who lives in Barcelona, Spain, and Jonathan, who lives in Frankfurt, Germany.

Jonathan Routh wintered at Fort Victoria, Tryall Club, Sandy Bay in the parish of Hanover, Jamaica, West Indies and also spent summers in Nacolina, Conco Doro, Castellina in Chianti, and Sienna, Italy.

To view his work, you can click on the thumbnail above, or you can click here to visit his page and learn more about his life’s work on his page on our site. Comments are open for this post for anyone who wishes to leave their thoughts about Jonathan. Please click the link below that says “Comments.”

Obituaries
The Guardian | The Independent | Daily Telegraph | The Times | Economist

The Stage | The Other I | BBC/Radio4 Last Word Programme | AboutUs.org

Liverpool Daily Post

Major internet links created for Jonathan Routh’s Legacies

Click below to view Jonathan Routh’s Television Work and Books
(Scroll down to UK Candid Camera Classics)
http://chisholmgallery.com/jonathan-routh

Click below to view the Jonathan Routh Collection of
Paintings and Giclees
http://chisholmgallery.com/wpg2-2?g2_itemId=1191&g2_page=2

Click below for the Jonathan Routh Wikipedia Entries
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Routh

Click below for the Jonathan Routh About Us Page & Obituaries
http://www.aboutus.org/JonathanRouth.com

 

A Season with the Millbrook Hunt

Kathy Landman
fine art photography

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About the Collection

The Millbrook Hunt is one of the most attractive hunts in the United States, and their hunt country is perhaps the most beautiful open land anywhere in the world. Knowing this, and wanting to continue in the manner of artists who have used the Hunt as their subject matter, Kathy Landman spent a year on foot following the hunt. Beginning in the early fall with roading the young hounds, through late winter, when the pack working in concert like a finely tuned orchestra, would raise their voices in full cry, Landman witnessed many moments of beauty and inspiration for this, her first series of prints on the Millbrook Hunt.

Landman’s  artistic process is both photographic and painterly. Kathy combines pictures and drawings into seamless photo realistic images which she prints on her press using archival pigments and Hanemuhle German Etching Paper. Each of the large prints in this series is signed, numbered and embossed and limited to an edition of ten. The complete set of 12 prints is available as a boxed set, or can be ordered individually. Additional images from A Season with the  Millbrook Hunt and A Visit to Millbrook Kennels can be viewed at The Chisholm Gallery in Pine Plains and custom ordered. For pricing and availability, please request a price list via email.

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