Welcome to the William A. Karges Fine Art Blog

Welcome to the William A. Karges Fine Art Blog, where you'll be able to find information about Early California Paintings, including Museum Exhibitions, Current News, Events, and our gallery's new acquisitions of original paintings created between 1870 and 1940 by a wide variety of Early California Artists. We'll feature biographies, photographs, links to websites of interest to collectors, video tours, and detailed histories of some of California's most influential and intriguing artists.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

“Saving Paradise” Exhibition at the Irvine Museum June 16th through October 23rd, 2010

A new exhibition recently opened at the Irvine Museum on June 16th, 2010.  Titled “Saving Paradise”, this superb collection of paintings celebrates the unspoiled beauty of Early California.  Concentrating specifically on California Impressionist paintings created from 1870 through 1930, the exhibition includes works by such notable artists as Guy Rose, Benjamin Brown, Alice Chittenden, Jack Wilkinson Smith, Jessie Arms Botke, and Elmer Wachtel.  

The Irvine Museum is located at 18881 Von Karman Avenue, Ste. 100 (Ground Level) Irvine, CA  92612  Telephone: (949) 476-0294 website: www.irvinemuseum.org Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11 am to 5 pm.  Admission is free.

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