Art history nominees for 2020. The Art History Awards Selection Committee will be meeting in September 2020 to review nominees for the Fine Art History Awards for Nebraska and Florida. Please submit your nominee via email to info@JGSART.com. Please include the nominees full name, mailing address, telephone number and email. Please provide a brief description of their art accomplishments or outstanding art contributions. Everyone with an interest in art is welcome to participate. Deadline is August 1, 2020.
NEWS FLASHES FROM THE PAST
Janet Gwendolyn Smith Art - Published Articles - Not Press Releases
2006 June 28-July 1 International CARS Conference-Osaka, Japan.
Published Poster Smith's Original Art X-ray Research Images-LODOX Statscan®, 028 Digital radiography in the Analysis of Artwork, by J. Morris, M. Goldman, P. Cross, J. Smith, Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, NE, USA. Fine Art X-ray Project
2005 November Sands Through The Hour Glass.
The Nebraska Masonic Home (monthly publication), The Story of Our Memorial Plaque, Page 2, Col 1-2,The article describes George W. Lininger and the bronze plaque to his memory. There is also a marble bust of him in the chapel. With photograph by Anita Crisp/The Hour Glass. A copy of the article is available from the Nebraska Masonic Home in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, USA.
Summer 2005 The Banner Newsletter
Gutzon Borglum's Granddaughter Researches Family, page 4. Douglas County Historical Society publication by Gary Rosenberg, Research Specialist, Smith assisting with the research has confirmed George W. Lininger, an art lover, who established Omaha's first art gallery in 1888, financed 3 years of Borglum's art education in Paris. This article is available from the Douglas County Historical Society. This is the original on-line link. See pdf page 4 of 8 at http://omahahistory.org/DCHS_Banner_summer05.pdf
2005 June 30 The Plattsmouth Journal
Masonic Home May Have Bronze by Mount Rushmore Sculptor, by Patti Jo Peterson, section A, page 10, col 1-6. The article describes Janet's review of bronze of George W. Lininger at the Masonic Home (With photograph by Patti Jo Peterson/The Journal.)
2004 Fall Military Collector & Historian
Vol 56, No. 2 page 107. "US Marine Uniforms of 1798-1806 and the Sandwich at Puerto Plata, May 1800: Research of a Recently Discovered Painting" by Janet G. Smith. See Art Discoveries on this website US Marine Uniforms Journal Article.
2004 January 2 Fremont Tribune
"Marine Painting", by Tammy Real-McKeighan, Around Fremont, Life Section B, page 5, col 1-6. Review of a 200 Year Old Painting with the assistance of Marine Curators and Smith. Smith, art historian working on Fremont's Norman Mangold, biography and artist catalogue. US Marine Uniform Painting Project and Mangold Catalogue Raisonne Project. http://usmarinesart.tripod.com/
2003 December 10 Omaha World Herald
Fremont, Nebraska (AP) Section B, page 5. "Historian Racing Against Time" to preserve memory of artist, Norman Mangold story. (Photograph AP of Rick Kavich and Portrait of Jake his grandfather) Newspaper article.
2003 December 7 Sunday Journal Star
"Long Dead Fremont Artist Gains Recognition", by Tammy Real-McKeighan, Section C, page 1, column 2-4. Janet G. Smith, an Omaha Historian is assembling a catalog of Norman Mangold's life and his work. The article was picked up by a number of regional newspapers. (1 AP-Photograph-Kavich and painting) Newspaper article.
2003 November 27 Fremont Tribune
"Tracking Down an Artist", by Tammy Real-McKeighan, Section B, page 5 continued B6. The article describes the research the artist, Norman Eugene Mangold by Smith, who is developing a biography, timeline and catalog of images for Joslyn and area libraries. (With 3 photographs - Smith, Mangold at Work, and Rick Kavich with his grandfathers portrait by Mangold.) This article was picked up by AP. Article Newspaper article. Artist biography Norman Mangold Biography Norman Mangold Catalogue Raisonne Project Mangold Catalogue Raisonne
2001 November 6 The Daily Record
"Omaha' Smith Specializes In Financial Service for Attorneys and Their Clients", page 1, col 1 continued on page 4. Article describes Janet's work with corporations needing art, etc. (With photograph by Pattie Joe Murphy/Daily Record.) Article available from The Daily Record.
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