Pathfinder 

Watercolorists and Their Artworks

 

Prepared for Mrs. Greenbaum by Ms. S. Gregory 11/7/2004

 

Famous Watercolorists

 

Thomas Eakins

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of art.  http://www.metmuseum.org

  1. At the top of the page after Welcome to the Met, click on the underlined word in “Enter here.
  2. In Search field at the bottom of the page, type “thomas eakins”. 
  3. Click the first result for “Online Collection”.
  4. On page 1, click “Homespun, and Cowboy Singing”.
  5. On page 2, click, “The Pathetic Song, Negro Boy Dancing, Young Girl Meditating, and Taking Up the Net”.
  6. On page 3, click “John Biglin in a Single Scull”.

 

John Singer Sargent

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of art.  http://www.metmuseum.org

  1. At the top of the page after Welcome to the Met, click on the underlined word in “Enter here.
  2. In Search field at the bottom of the page, type “sargent”. 
  3. Click the first result for “Online Collection”.
  4. On page 1, click “Camouflaged Field in France”.
  5. On page 2, click, “Mules, Camp with Ambulance, Military Camp, Dugout”.
  6. On page 3, click “Tommies Bathing, Bather Florida, Alligators and Wheels in Vault”.

 

Andrew Wyeth

Visit the Currier Museum of art to see his artworks.  http://www.currier.org

Under Current Exhibition, click “Andrew Wyeth, Early Watercolors”.  View 3 artworks listed.

 

 

Current Watercolorists

 

Aquanet Art, http://www.aquanetart.com

To browse images, under the MEMBERS menu, select “Gallery One, Gallery Two, Gallery Three, & Gallery Four” to browse images.

 

American Watercolor Society, http://www.watercolor-online.com/AWS

  1. Click logo for “Most Recent Exhibitions.”
  2. Click “North Gallery” and scroll down to view artworks.  Click “Back” at the bottom when finished.
  3. Click “South Gallery” and scroll down to view artworks.  Click “Back” at the bottom when finished.
  4. Click “East Gallery” and scroll down to view artworks.  Click “Back” at the bottom when finished.
  5. Click “West Gallery” and scroll down to view artworks.  Click “Back” at the bottom when finished.
  6. Click on tiny link at the bottom of the page for “Past Exhibits”.  Repeat steps 2-5 above to view images.

 

Birmingham Watercolor Society, U.K., http://www.bws-watercolourpainting.org

Click “Gallery” and scroll down to view artworks.

 

Brooklyn Watercolor Society, http://www.bws.org

  1. Click “Gallery”.  Click “Read and Accepted” to the copyright message to enter.
  2. Click the first artwork listed for Martha Antaya called “Island in the Marsh”.
  3. To continue browsing additional artworks by her and other artists, click the “Next” button at the bottom of the page and each subsequent page.

 

Idaho Watercolor Society, http://www.makart.com/iws

  1. Under Galleries by Region, click “North Above North Gallery”.
  2. Scroll down to view artworks.  Click once on desired images to view larger thumbnail.  Use browser’s back button to bring you back to artwork listing.
  3. Click on tiny link at the bottom of page “South East Region Gallery”.  As above, scroll down to view smaller and larger thumbnails of artworks.

 

National Watercolor Society, http://www.nws-online.org

Under Contents, select “Selected from the 2003 Exhibition”.  Scroll down to view images.  In most cases, you will be able to click on a desired artwork to view a larger thumbnail.  Click on other exhibitions for the years 2002-1997. 

 

New Mexico Watercolor Society, http://home.flash.net/~nmws

Click “Virtual Gallery” and scroll down to view the work of several artists. 

 

Southern Watercolor Society, http://www.southernwatercolorsociety.org

  1. Under Site Index on the right-hand side of the page, click “MEMBERS GALLERY”.
  2. Under INDEX OF ARTISTS, click on names of various artists to view artworks.  Some interesting ones are: Marge Bennett, Richard Millman, Tom Poole, Bettye Rivers, Susse Sherwood, Don Taylor, and Elaine Stone Wagner.