John White Alexander and the Construction of National Identity: Cosmopolitan American Art, 1880-1915

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Picture of John White Alexander in his Paris Studio, ca. 1890’s17
James McNeill Whistler, Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 1: Portrait of the Artist’s Mother,187122
Mrs. Samuel Tilton (Helen Reed), 188426
Mrs. Draper, 188828
Alexandre Cabanel, Birth of Venus, 186339
Fancy Dress, 189540
Gil Baer, Les Salons Comiques: Salon du Champ-de-Mars (No. 1), La Lanterne, 28 April 189442
Gil Baer, Loie Fuller au repos, detail of Les Salons Comiques: Salon du Champ-de-Mars (No. 1), La Lanterne, 28 April 189443
Installation Photograph, First Annual International Exhibition, Carnegie Institute, 189645
Le bol bleu (The Blue Bowl), 189848
Le noeud vert (The Green Bow), 189850
Panel for Music Room, 189452
M. L. de Fourcaud, “Les Peintres Américains à l’Exposition,” Le Gaulois du Dimanche, 15–16 September 190057
Arch of the States, Trans-Mississippi International Exposition, 189860
Dewey Soap Advertisement, 1890s62
Greater America Exposition: First Colonial Exhibit, poster, 189964
Electric Tower at Night, Pan-American Exposition, 190166
No Room on This Ship, Harper’s Weekly, 5 October 190168
Overview of Carnegie Institute Murals, 2nd-floor detail, 1905–875
Fire/Toil, Carnegie Institute Murals, 1st-floor detail, 1905–876
“Women Developing Mannish Figure While Man is Becoming Effeminate,” New York Evening World, 23 November 191078
Carnegie Institute Murals, 2nd-floor detail, 1905–880
Carnegie Institute Murals, 2nd-floor detail, 1905–882
March of Progress, Carnegie Institute Murals, 3rd-floor detail, 1905–883
“The Great Strike—Pittsburgh in the Hands of the Mob,” Harper’s Weekly, 11August 187784
Frank E. Wing, “Thirty-Five Years of Typhoid,” Charities and the Commons, 190986
Edwin Blashfield, America, detail of Evolution of Civilization, Library of Congress, 189689
The Printing Press, detail of The Evolution of the Book, Library of Congress, 189690

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