Virginia Mecklenburg

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Virginia M. Mecklenburg
Virginia Mecklenburg on 5 Feb 2015.JPG
Virginia Mecklenburg standing in front of the painting Artist on WPA by Moses Soyer at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on 5 February 2015.
Nationality American
Occupation Senior Curator of painting and sculpture
Known for Published works regarding the art and lives of artists such as Edward Hopper, Frederick Carl Frieseke, George Bellows, and others

Virginia McCord Mecklenburg (born November 11, 1946) is the Senior Curator of painting and sculpture at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. She has been a curator at the Smithsonian since 1979 and has organized more than twenty exhibits. Additionally, she has published works regarding the art and lives of artists such as Edward Hopper, Frederick Carl Frieseke, George Bellows, and others.

Some published works[edit]

  • Edward Hopper's Houses, Magazine Antiques, 11/1/99 by Virginia M. Mecklenburg
  • New York City and the Ashcan school - American art movement, Magazine Antiques, 11/1/95 by Virginia M. Mecklenburg

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