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Susan G. Larkin

Art Historian, Independent Curator, Writer

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Employment History

Chairman

Greenwich Historical Society


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Greenwich Historical Society

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Greenwich Historical Society

Vice Chairman


Education

Ph.D.


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Board and Staff | The Greenwich Historical Society

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Susan G. Larkin, Ph.D.
Chairman


Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich - Board and Staff

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Susan G. Larkin, Ph.D
Chairman Susan G. Larkin Ph.D.


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Susan Larkin, exhibition committee member, speaks during the installation, The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony: Before and After the Armory Show, at Greenwich Historical Society in Cos Cob, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. Photo: Helen Neafsey / Greenwich Time
Susan Larkin, exhibition committee member, speaks during the installation, The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony: Before and After the Armory Show, at Greenwich Historical Society in Cos Cob, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. Susan Larkin, exhibition committee member, speaks during the... Susan Larkin, exhibition committee member, left, speaks to Debra Mecky, executive director, during the installation, The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony: Before and After the Armory Show, at Greenwich Historical Society in Cos Cob, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. Photo: Helen Neafsey / Greenwich Time Susan Larkin, exhibition committee member, left, speaks to Debra Mecky, executive director, during the installation, The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony: Before and After the Armory Show, at Greenwich Historical Society in Cos Cob, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. Susan Larkin, exhibition committee member, left, speaks to Debra... On a recent morning, Susan Larkin, former chairwoman of the Greenwich Historical Society, and Karen Frederick, the society's curator and exhibitions coordinator, pointed out some of those shifts in style, some subtle and others stark. "It's been exciting to see the work come in, even if you know it well," said Larkin, who is the author of the book, "The Cos Cob Art Colony: Impressionists on the Connecticut Shore. She also has contributed an essay for the catalogue of the "Armory Show" retrospective at the New-York Historical Society. She said the Greenwich show covers two generations of the art colony, members of which worked, and in some cases lived, at the society's Bush-Holley House from the early 1880s to the 1920s; the house served as a boardinghouse for creative spirits. MacRae, Larkin said, has yet to truly be given credit for his role in the show.


Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich - Greenwich Historical Society Board Chair Susan Larkin Receives Uezumi Award

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Cos Cob, CT, January 21, 2010 -- At a ceremony at the Japan Society of Fairfield County on Sunday, January 16, 2010, Greenwich Historical Society board chair Susan G. Larkin was presented with the Japan Society's first Uezumi Award, which was created to recognize those who work to encourage a mutual exchange of culture between Japan and the United States.
She was recognized for her study and promotion of the work of Japanese artist Genjiro Yeto, who was a valued member of the Cos Cob art colony between 1895 and about 1902. Ms. Larkin has been Greenwich Historical Society chairman since September of 2009. She is an independent art historian and curator who has published and lectured widely, holds a Ph. D. in art history and is an expert on American Impressionism. She has taught graduate-level courses on Japanism. "I am deeply honored to receive the first Uezumi award," Ms. Larkin said.


Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich - Support Greenwich Historical Society

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Susan Larkin, Greenwich Historical Society Board Chair, OpEd, Greenwich Time, January 7, 2010 and February 19, 2010
(203) 869 - 6899 39 Strickland Road, Cos Cob, CT 06807


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