Hirschl & Adler Galleries presents Home Is Where The Art Is, an exhibition of approximately fifty paintings, drawings, and prints from the 18th century to the present that provide a glimpse into the intimacy of home life. Captured through portraiture, still life, and genre scenes, the show explores the various roles of the home—as refuge, as social gathering place, and most especially as a state of mind. With the passing of time, the depiction of the home in art changes. What remains constant is the uniquely human belief that there really is “no place like home.” Home Is Where The Art Is features work by artists such as Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837–1908), William Merritt Chase (1849–1916), Edward Deeds (1908–1987), John Koch (1909–1978), and Fairfield Porter (1907–1975); as well as artists from Hirschl

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