Gloucester Garden / As published in: Central to Their Lives: Southern Women Artists in the Johnson Collection

Virginia Barger Evans (1894 – 1983)

The Johnson Collection's holdings can be viewed at partner institutions worldwide.

Current Works on Loan

View a selection of forty TJC-curated modern masterpieces at the AC Hotel Spartanburg / AC Hotel Front Desk, Hot Eye Photography, Carroll Foster

The Art of Black Mountain College

Blue Ground Stripe, 1971

Alma Thomas (1891–1978)

Three works from TJC are on loan in this exhibition that explores African American art during the turbulence of the late 1950s through 1970s.

Black Artists in America at the Crocker Art Museum

African Odalisque, 1984 / Now on View at TJC Gallery

Margaret Burroughs (1917– 2010)

Red, Gold and Black, 1957 / Work on loan at the Frist Art Museum, Nashville, Tennessee

Mary Thomas (1905–1959)

Young Woman Seated in a Chair with a Green Backdrop / Now on View at Converse University

Irma Cook (1899 –1984)

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    Hailed by The Magazine Antiques as having staged "a quiet art historical revolution" and expanding "the meaning of regional," through its exhibitions, loans, publications, and institutional partnerships; The Johnson Collection seeks to illuminate the rich history and diverse cultures of the American South.



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