John F. McGuigan Jr.

is an independent scholar, collector, and philanthropist. He is co-author of John Gadsby Chapman: America’s First Artist-Etcher. With a Catalogue of His Italian Etchings (Harpswell, ME, 2015) and James E. Freeman (1808–1884): An American Painter in Italy (Utica, NY, 2009). He is a contributor to America’s Rome: Artists in the Eternal City, 1800–1900 (Cooperstown, NY, 2009); Sculptors, Painters, and Italy: Italian Influence on Nineteenth-Century American Art (Saonara [Pd], IT, 2009); and Crossings: Ponti sull’Atlantico: Testi in ricordo di Regina Soria (Naples, 2011). He received his BA and MA from the University of Denver and wrote his thesis on the wrapped-orange still life paintings of William J. McCloskey.

Mary K. McGuigan

is an independent scholar, collector, and philanthropist. She is co-author of John Gadsby Chapman: America’s First Artist-Etcher. With a Catalogue of His Italian Etchings (Harpswell, ME, 2015) and James E. Freeman (1808–1884): An American Painter in Italy (Utica, NY, 2009). She is a contributor to America’s Rome: Artists in the Eternal City, 1800–1900 (Cooperstown, NY, 2009); Sculptors, Painters, and Italy: Italian Influence on Nineteenth-Century American Art (Saonara [Pd], IT, 2009); and Crossings: Ponti sull’Atlantico: Testi in ricordo di Regina Soria (Naples, 2011). She earned her BA at the University of Denver.

 

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