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1 bedroom $1965

128 Wentworth St Charleston SC Apartments
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128 Wentworth St Charleston SC Apartments

128 Wentworth St Charleston, SC 29401
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1 950 $3000 April 15, 2017 call
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Studio to 2 bedrooms $1666 to $7369

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441 Meeting St Charleston, SC 29403
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3 bedrooms $1300

257 Coming St Charleston SC Apartments
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257 Coming St Charleston SC Apartments

257 Coming St Charleston, SC 29403
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1 2300 $1300 January 22, 2017 call
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1 bedroom $1865

96 Rutledge Ave Charleston SC Apartments
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96 Rutledge Ave Charleston SC Apartments

96 Rutledge Ave Charleston, SC 29401
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1 900 $3500 June 01, 2017 call
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1 bedroom $1865

164 Wentworth St Charleston SC Apartments
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164 Wentworth St Charleston SC Apartments

164 Wentworth St Charleston, SC 29401
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1 700 $3500 February 18, 2017 call
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2 bedrooms $2460

36 Pitt St Charleston SC Apartments
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36 Pitt St Charleston SC Apartments

36 Pitt St Charleston, SC 29401
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1 1350 $5000 June 01, 2017 call
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Gibbes Museum of Art
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135 Meeting Street Charleston South Carolina 29401 Charleston South Carolina 29401

Dedication to providing the people of the city, including Charleston apartment-ites, the best Southern art had to offer was the goal of James Shoolbred Gibbes, Sr., an art enthusiast. He willed the city $100,000 in a trust to be used for the erection or purchase of a suitable building to be used as a hall for the exhibition of paintings. In 1903, the mayor of Charleston and Gibbes trustees purchased a lot and a lovely, Beaux arts style building was designed and constructed under the supervision of Kentucky architect Frank P. Milburn, and dedicated in 1904. Today, the museum displays a wide range of art from colonial to renaissance to modern art in three permanent galleries, with numerous special and traveling exhibits. The colonial tour, displays a wide range of portraiture that was popular at the time, as well as shipping and sea side scenes. Henry Benbridge and Jeremiah Theus' works are here. From 1915 to 1940, Charleston experienced what art historians call a renaissance, or artistic rebirth of the art style of the day. A small community of artists realized a beauty in the extraordinary cultural and architectural past. A new appreciation was gained and recognized by such artists as Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, Anna Heyward Taylor, Alfred Hutty, cornerstones of the period. Visiting artists such as George Biddle and Norman Rockwell were influenced to a certain extent as well, and Charleston can take some credit for the shaping of American art at that time. The broad contexts of modern art, including cubism, surrealism and expressionism are shown in the Southern art at the Gibbes. Representations of portraiture and landscape are offered as well. The museum is a great repository for local and regional artists to reflect the story of the low country, as most pieces are from these artists. Exciting, beautiful, vibrant art can be found here. The Gibbes Museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. It is closed on Mondays and on national holidays. Admission price is $9 for adults, $7 for seniors, students and military, and $5 for children ages 6 to 12. You may be able to pick up a print to hang in your Charleston apartment, so visit when you can.

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1 bedroom $1965

128 Wentworth St Charleston SC Apartments
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128 Wentworth St Charleston SC Apartments

128 Wentworth St Charleston, SC 29401
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1 950 $3000 April 15, 2017 call
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Dedication to providing the people of the city, including Charleston apartment-ites, the best Southern art had to offer was the goal of James Shoolbred Gibbes, Sr., an art enthusiast. He willed the city $100,000 in a trust to be used for the erection or purchase of a suitable building to be used as a hall for the exhibition of paintings. In 1903, the mayor of Charleston and Gibbes trustees purchased a lot and a lovely, Beaux arts style building was designed and constructed under the supervision of Kentucky architect Frank P. Milburn, and dedicated in 1904.
Today, the museum displays a wide range of art from colonial to renaissance to modern art in three permanent galleries, with numerous special and traveling exhibits. The colonial tour, displays a wide range of portraiture that was popular at the time, as well as shipping and sea side scenes. Henry Benbridge and Jeremiah Theus' works are here.
From 1915 to 1940, Charleston experienced what art historians call a renaissance, or artistic rebirth of the art style of the day. A small community of artists realized a beauty in the extraordinary cultural and architectural past. A new appreciation was gained and recognized by such artists as Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, Anna Heyward Taylor, Alfred Hutty, cornerstones of the period. Visiting artists such as George Biddle and Norman Rockwell were influenced to a certain extent as well, and Charleston can take some credit for the shaping of American art at that time.
The broad contexts of modern art, including cubism, surrealism and expressionism are shown in the Southern art at the Gibbes. Representations of portraiture and landscape are offered as well. The museum is a great repository for local and regional artists to reflect the story of the low country, as most pieces are from these artists. Exciting, beautiful, vibrant art can be found here.
The Gibbes Museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. It is closed on Mondays and on national holidays. Admission price is $9 for adults, $7 for seniors, students and military, and $5 for children ages 6 to 12. You may be able to pick up a print to hang in your Charleston apartment, so visit when you can.

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