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Arthur Griffin’s Singular Vision at Lafayette City Center Passageway

The Griffin maintains a gallery at the Lafayette City Center Passageway in Boston’s Downtown Crossing. Arthur Griffin’s Singular Vision is on view there. Recently, as part of Art Week, the curators of the exhibit, John Lawler and Peter Griffin, did … Continue reading

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Arthur Griffin and the Griffin Museum in Black and White Magazine

Recently, David Best called me for an article in Black and White Magazine. We had an enjoyable conversation and the result is here. – Paula Tognarelli

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Ted Williams and Arthur Griffin

Ted Williams and Arthur Griffin met in 1939; Ted was about to seize the role of Rookie of the Year, and Eastman Kodak wanted Griffin to test its new color film. Griffin was at Fenway Park with his usual assortment … Continue reading

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Arthur Griffin’s Quincy Quarry, 1938

In photography, we often refer back to Henri Cartier Bresson’s introduction of capturing the “Decisive Moment.” What constitutes this perfect moment in time…is it purely aesthetic or is it defined by the emotional impact of the image? Arthur Griffin’s Quincy Quarry taken … Continue reading

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Arthur Griffin’s image of Ignacy Paderewski makes an IMPRINT.

In his introduction to Arthur Griffin’s book “New England in Focus”, writer John Updike referred to his friend Arthur’s “friendly fury” that “rendered him ageless…” Here to me is an image by Arthur Griffin that really speaks to this energy that … Continue reading

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Welcome to IMPRINT the Griffin Museum’s brand new monthly online communication.

  Welcome to IMPRINT the Griffin Museum’s brand new monthly online communication. Here, we invite you to join us as we celebrate pioneers in photography who without question shape the way we observe and document life with our cameras. In … Continue reading

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