Albert Duvall Quigley

Artist, Musician, Framemaker, 1891-1961

Albert Duvall Quigley spent most of his life painting the people and landscapes of the Monadnock region. A self-taught musician, he built and repaired fiddles, wrote dance tunes, and played at local dances. He also made frames known for their beautiful workmanship and originality, and prized by many Monadnock artists.
Date Published :
June 2017
Publisher :
Bauhan Publishing
Editor :
Albert D. Quigley
Language:
English
Illustration :
color
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9780872332423
Pages : 247
Dimensions : 9 X 11 inches
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Overview
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Albert Duvall Quigley spent most of his life painting the people and landscapes of the Monadnock region. A self-taught musician, he built and repaired fiddles, wrote dance tunes, and played at local dances. He also made frames known for their beautiful workmanship and originality, and prized by many Monadnock artists. This catalog has been compiled for an exhibition celebrating Quigley's life and work that will open at the Historical Society of Cheshire County (NH) in May 2017, and for the 250th anniversary celebration of the town of Nelson, NH, where Quigley lived for many years.

About The Author
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The Albert D. Quigley Exhibit Committee is a group of Monadnock artists, authors, musicians, educators, and several townspeople who have come together to mount an exhibit of Quigley’s art and music.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Dedication: Karen Tolman on behalf of the Albert D. Quigley Exhibit Committee
Introduction: Lance Tucker on behalf of the Albert D. Quigley Exhibit Committee
Albert Duvall Quigley: A Biographical Essay by Barnabas (Barney) Quigley
Quig, The Painter: May Sarton from A World of Light
PORTRAITS
Comments by Edie Clark
The Quigley Children
The Foley Family, with comments by Frank Foley, Barney Quigley and John Foley
Aunt Cora
Sandi Navish Patnode
The Cobleigh Children, with comments by Joan Cobleigh Gerbis
A Gallery of Portraits
MUSIC
Reflections by Renn Tolman, Beth Barrell, Dudley Laufman, Harvey Tolman and Barney Quigley
Quotations from Newt Tolman and the Haynes Flute, The Country Dance Book and The Keene Sentinel
MOUNT MONADNOCK
Prologue from Monadnock Tales by Edie Clark
Monadnock Uplands Painters by William L. Bauhan
FRAMES
Comments by Edie Clark
Comments by Barney Quigley
The Nelson Congregational Church: Comments by Edie Clark
Buildings and Settings of the Countryside: Comments by Bonnie Riley an Schuyler Bemis
MIXED MEDIA
Murals: Trading Goods for Services and the WPA Program, with comments by Barney Quigley
The Esquimo Lodge, with excerpts from Village on a Hill: A History of Dublin, New Hampshire, 17522000 by Tom Hyman
Watercolor Sketches for Greeting Cards
A Few Drawings
Taking a Turn at Abstract Painting, with comments by Barney Quigley
Farms and Homesteads: Comments by Priscilla Walter
The Cold Stillness of Winter: Comments by Joey de Martelly
Three Letters
Afterword
Acknowledgments and Sources
Donors
Chronology

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