Works from the M. Christine Schwartz Collection have been included in the following exhibitions:

Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art 

Toledo Museum of Art, June 12–September 5, 2021; Speed Art Museum, October 7, 2021–January 2, 2022; Minneapolis Institute of Art, February 19–May 15, 2022. Organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, this is the first museum exhibition to broadly examine the relationship between American artists and the supernatural. It features approximately 160 interdisciplinary, multicultural, and multimedia objects made from the early nineteenth century to the present. An illustrated 320-page catalogue edited by curator Robert Cozzolino accompanies the exhibition.

Untitled (Flying Saucers with Snakes)

Centennial of the Lyme Association Art Gallery

Florence Griswold Museum, November 7, 2020–May 23, 2021. Commemorating the centennial of the permanent gallery building of the Lyme Art Association (LAA) of Old Lyme, Connecticut, the exhibition partially recreates the gallery’s inaugural exhibition, which was also the twentieth annual show for the LAA and featured the work of Lyme Art Colony painters, past and present.

La Paresse

Art of Illinois

Illinois Governor’s Mansion, Springfield, Illinois, July 14-December 31, 2018. The inaugural exhibition of the Illinois Governor’s Mansion following a major architectural restoration, Art of Illinois examines the creative achievement of fine and applied arts practitioners working in Illinois from the mid-nineteenth century to the present in more than 100 examples of painting, sculpture, furniture, metalwork, ceramics, and glass. An illustrated catalogue, Art of Illinois, is available from the Illinois Governor’s Mansion Association, Springfield, Illinois. Included from the M. Christine Schwartz Collection:

The Lobster

Maizie under the Boughs (No. 16, Saugatuck, Michigan)

Jewel City: Art of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

De Young Museum, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, California, October 17, 2015–January 10, 2016. Marking the centennial of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915, the exhibition presents a representative cross-section from the original display, including approximately 250 works by major American and European artists. Included from the M. Christine Schwartz Collection:

lawton parker

La Paresse (Idleness), 1853

Pauline Palmer, Impressionist: Chicago’s Painter Lady

Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan, November 21, 2013–February 23, 2014. An exhibition of portraits, landscapes, and genre scenes by Pauline Palmer from the Aerne Collection and regional public and private collections. Included from the M. Christine Schwartz Collection:

Pauline palmer

Woman Sewing

Making It in the Midwest: Artists Who Chose to Stay

Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 20–October 18, 2009. The exhibition’s historical section presented more than fifty works by artists associated with the Society of Western Artists and the Hoosier Group. Included from the M. Christine Schwartz Collection:

Pauline Dohn (Rudolph)

Pear Time