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PORTLAND, Maine — Step away from the bustle of Congress Square, walk through the red velvet curtains at the Portland Museum of Art and enter a time of monarchs and battleships, corsets and read the article
Greg Welch has no idea how many paintings and pieces of art he has handled in the 39 years he has worked as chief preparator at the Portland Museum of Art. read the article
The Portland Museum of Art opens the curtain on a new exhibit of British art which spans six centuries and brings together some of the finest and most rare works by artists from the Mother Country read the article
The Portland Museum of Art has purchased the land around the Winslow Homer Studio at Prouts Neck in Scarborough and placed it in a conservation easement, protecting the famed painter’s view from read the article
I visited Maine with several goals in mind: to swim and hike in Acadia National Park, to consume several lobster rolls and to see the retrospective of Mr. Estes work, "Richard Estes' Realism" at read the article
This is another summer that I’ve stopped by the Portland Museum to discover a show that is truly special. A few years ago it was Winslow Homer and the Poetics of Place. Last year it was read the article
Richard Estes’ photorealistic painting style is all about overcoming inertia. For years, Estes has patrolled the streets of New York with a camera, shooting randomly at various times of the day or read the article
Leave it to The Contemporaries to magically transform the Portland Museum of Art’s staff parking lot into a sultry summer block party for its annual midsummer bash.
The current Richard Estes retrospective at the Portland Museum of Art confirms his place as one of our most accomplished painters. Photorealism in art sometimes unfairly suggests deficiencies of read the article
The Portland Museum of Art will extend its hours to 9 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month beginning in June, and some observers speculate the move might spawn a new art walk for the city read the article