Three portraits

This Is Us: Regional Portraiture Today

October 24, 2020–April 4, 2021 D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts

In conjunction with the exhibition The Outwin: American Portraiture Today, the Springfield Museums invite submissions of original portraits by artists of all ages residing in the Connecticut River Valley and Hartford County, CT. Please only submit portraits that have been created within the last two years. We are especially interested in works that complement the themes explored in The Outwin: identity, human connection, and responses to the current political and social environment. Only one submission per artist will be accepted.

Images from the D’Amour Museum Collection (left to right):

Untitled (Self-Portrait of Erastus Salisbury Field), circa 1852, Ambrotype by Erastus Salisbury Field (American, 1805-1900). Donated by Vicki Nields, granddaughter of Mr. Victor H. Wesson & Mrs. Eleanor William Wesson, 2004.Ph.01.

Head of Tiger Flowers Johnstone, 1934, Bronze by Emily Winthrop Miles (American, 1893 -1962). Gift of Mrs. Darwin Morse (Sister of the Artist), 65.S01.

Self-Portrait, 1980, Mixed media on paper, by Mari Mater O’Neill (Puerto Rican, born 1960). Gift of Richard Muhlberger, 93.13.