Over 100 masterworks from 1670 to 1960, by artists as diverse as Sargent, Whistler, Cassatt, Hopper, Gorky, and Pollock. Both a brief history of American painting, from the British colonies to the mid 20th century, and a discussion of its crucial themes, this is a valuable and enjoyable resource.
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232 pages. 150 color illust.
“A joy to read and behold, a superb resource” (Midwest Book Review).
The Biography of a Painting
Henry James credited Sargent with a "knock-down insolence of talent" and few of his works demonstrate those skills as much as The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit, which stands alongside...