In The Press

Triumphant Lives Three: American Women Artists (1795-1950)

Still Remembering Those Ladies: Female Artists of the Hudson River School

Views Across and Beyond: Important Works on Paper

Drawn From Life: The Art of Mary Lane McMillan (1883-1976)

Summer Reading: 2020

Triumphant Lives: American Women Artists (1795-1950)

Private collections curated by Hawthorne Fine Art

Nineteenth-Century American Paintings

Summer Reading: 2019

Spring Blossoms Exhibition

Greenwich Winter Antiques Show 2018

Breaking All Bounds: American Women Artists 1825-1945

Inaugural Antiques on the Hudson Show and Sale at Tarrytown's Historic Lyndhurst Mansion

Paintbox Treasures: Holiday Gift Suggestions at Hawthorne Fine Art

Our Metropolis: Paintings of New York City by American Artists


Summer Reading: 2017

Soaring Sights: Luminist Landscapes by Female Hudson River School Painters (1825-1875)

Electrical in Movement: American Women Artists At Work

Ever So Faithful: The Pre-Raphaelite Landscapes of Edward L. Custer (1837-1881)

A Joy Forever: Treasures of American Art Suited for Giving

Summer Reading 2014: Background with Figures

Jennifer Krieger lectures at the Dahesh Museum of Art

Bermuda National Gallery reception hosted by Hawthorne Fine Art

Isles of Tranquility: Paintings of Bermuda by Clark Greenwood Voorhees 1871-1933

The Glimmer of Light: Landscape Paintings by Lauren Sansaricq: September 28- December 6, 2012 at Saint Anselm's College Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center

Gustave Wolff (1863-1935): An Impressionist Eye for New York at the Wichita Art Museum

  • The Wichita Eagle
  • Antiques and the Arts Weekly

Gallery Owner Jennifer Krieger cited in NY Times article:

Nature’s Poetry: the Paintings of Lauren Sansaricq

Summer Reading

A Fresh Look at the Hudson River School

Mattatuck Museum Lecture

Remember the Ladies: Women of the Hudson River School

Sanford Gifford-Mt Merino

Scenic Hudson Event

  • Fairfield County Look

The Light Lies Softly: The Impressionist Art of Clark Greenwood Voorhees (1871-1933)