Edwin Dickinson: A Critical History of His Paintings

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EDWIN DICKINSON
A Critical History of His Paintings

John L. Ward

Newark: University of Delaware Press
London: Associated University Presses

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • List of Illustrations 7
  • Preface 9
  • Acknowledgments 11
  • Introduction 13
  • 1: Edwin Dickinson, [Extraordinary Man] 21
  • 2: Pinning Down a Maverick 27
  • 3: The Shaping of an Artist 39
  • 4: New Directions, 1915-1916 55
  • 5: Postwar Years and European Study 65
  • 6: Dark Paintings 75
  • 7: Hard Times and Arctic Pictures 83
  • 8: The Cello Player 93
  • 9: Works of the Later 1920s 101
  • 10: Marriage, Balloons, Roses, and Dark Holes 117
  • 11: Woodland Scene 127
  • 12: Dark Subjects in a Lighter Key 133
  • 13: Composition with Still Life 147
  • 14: A Year in Europe, a House in Wellfleet, and a Gallery in New York 155
  • 15: Premier Coups and Other Smaller Paintings 163
  • 16: Ruin at Daphne 183
  • 17: Some Small Postwar Paintings 197
  • 18: An End to Painting 211
  • 19: Later Years 221
  • Notes 223
  • Bibliography 249
  • Index 255
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