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Oller at MAPR through April '16

Here’s my review of the Oller exhibit at the Puerto Rico Art Museum.  (Don’t want to read it, but want to know my opinion?  GO see it!)


Visita al Mueseo de Puerto Rico: Exhibición de Francisco Oller y su mundo

Tuve la oportunidad de acompañar a la Profesora de arte del Colegio, Lupita Cortina y sus estudiantes de Arte I y II al Museo de Puerto Rico para ver la exhibición de la obras de Francisco Oller y sus contemporáneos. 101 more words

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Puerto Rican/European: Francisco Oller’s Hybrid Paintings at the Brooklyn Museum

In her blog, CultureGrrl, Lee Rosenbaum offers a brief review of Francisco Oller’s exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum—“Impressionism and the Caribbean: Francisco Oller and His Transatlantic World.” Here are just a few excerpts below; see full review… 354 more words


Brooklyn Museum: Public Program, Curator Talk and Roundtable Discussion on Francisco Oller

I just found out that Puerto Rican artist Miguel Luciano was invited by Brooklyn Museum’s education department to speak about history, culture and identity, and the work of Francisco Oller earlier today (December 2, 2015). 202 more words


NYT Review: Francisco Oller Exhibition Explores Impressionism and the Caribbean

Harold Colter reviews the upcoming exhibit.

In the 19th century, Modernism traveled the world, and one of the places it flourished was in Puerto Rico, where the painter Francisco Oller was born in 1833. 177 more words


The Blanton Museum: Keeping Austin Awesome

If there is one thing that can pry me away from my plate of three types of smoked meat while I am in Austin, it is the Blanton Museum. 686 more words

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‘Impressionism and the Caribbean: Francisco Oller and His Transatlantic World’ Review

Francisco Oller put a French movement at the service of island patriotism, Willard Spiegelman writes in this review for The Wall Street Journal.

If you don’t know the Puerto Rican painter Francisco Oller (1833-1917), get ready to meet a man whose work bridges two centuries, several artistic styles (Realism, Naturalism, Impressionism), genres (still life, portraiture, landscape, history) and, most stunningly, the Atlantic Ocean. 1,046 more words