Tag: American 19th century painters

Cultured Wednesday: Steele’s Ohio River

In addition to painting, T. C. Steele contributed writings, public lectures, and hours of community service on art juries. He was also involved in organizing pioneering art associations, such as the Society of Western Artists.

Cultured Wednesday: Gifford’s Lake Nemi

“On the northern shore of the lake, right under the precipitous cliffs on which the modern city of Nemi is perched, stood the sacred grove and sanctuary of Diana of the Woods.”