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

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Selected Bibliography

“The Academy of Design. Seventy-Ninth Annual Exhibition is Exceptionally Good.” New York Times (2 January 1904): 9.

“The Academy of Design: Features of the Fifty-Eighth Annual Exhibition.” New York Times (15 April 1883): 3.

Adams, Henry. “Introduction” to American Drawings and Watercolors in the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, 6–10. Pittsburgh: Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, 1985.

Agar, John G. Testimonial to John W. Alexander. New York: Fine Arts Federation of New York, 1916.

Alden, H. M. “Fifty Years of Harper’s Magazine.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 100, no. 600 (May 1900): 947–62.

Alexander, John White. “The American Attitude Towards Art.” The Nation 97, no. 2509 (31 July 1913): 98–99.

——. “The Art Outlook.” Art and Progress 3, no. 7 (May 1912): 572–80.

——. “The Eighty-Second Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design.” International Studio 31 (April 1907): xli, l.

——. “Even Richmond Ind. Has a Better Art Exhibition Than New York.” New York Times Sunday Magazine (25 September 1910): 10.

——. “Is Our Art Distinctly American?” Century Magazine 87 (April 1914): 826–35.

——. “The Need of a National Academy and Its Value to the Growth of Art in America.” The Craftsman 17, no. 6 (March 1910): 607.

Alexander, Mrs. John White. “The Crowning of Labor: The John W. Alexander Mural Paintings at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh.” The Mentor 13, no. 4 (1925): 28–30.

“Alexander Hall.” Pittsburgh Post (7 April 1907): 2.

“Alexander’s Work Seen in Retrospect. New York Times (February 1909): 8.

Alexandre, Arsène. “Les Beaux-Arts à l’Exposition.” Le Figaro (14 April 1900): 4.

——. “Les Beaux-Arts à l’Exposition Universelle de 1900.” Le Figaro (1 May 1900): 3–5.

——. “Le Figaro au Salon du Champ-de-Mars.” Le Figaro (23 April 1897): 3–5.

——. “Les Salons de 1898.” Le Figaro (April 30, 1898): 1–5 supplément.

——. “Les Salons de 1899. Le Palais de Machines menace.” Le Figaro (30 April 1899): 1–5 supplément.

——. “Les Salons de 1902, Société Nationale des BeauxArts.” Figaro Illustré 13, no. 147 (June 1902): 8.

——. “La Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts.” Le Figaro (24 April 1896): 3–4.

Allan, Stanley. “Masters in Portraiture. John W. Alexander.”

Wilson’s Photographic Magazine 47, no. 641 (May 1910): 214–18.

Alter, Emily M. “The Alexander Murals.” Carnegie Magazine 7, no. 4 (September 1933): 104.

“American Art at the Exposition.” New York Herald–Paris (1 April 1900): 1.

“The American Artists: Whistler the Dominant Influence on the Younger Painters.” New York Times (26 March 1904): 9.

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“Another Artist Addresses Some Questions to the American Commissioner of Fine Art.” New York Herald–Paris (3 April 1900): 6.

“Apotheosis of Pittsburgh by Alexander: Famous Painter’s Splendid Murals in the East Entrance Stair Hall.” Pittsburgh Dispatch (7 April 1907): 6, 8.

“Appreciated in Paris: The Success Achieved by Mr. Alexander of this City.” New York Times (1 April 1893): 8.

Aquilino, Marie Jeanine. “The Decoration Campaigns at the Salon du Champ-de-Mars and Salon des Champs-Élysées in the 1890s.” Art Journal 48 (spring 1989): 78–84.

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Alexander. New York: Arden Gallery, 1915.

“Art at Home and Abroad.” New York Times Sunday Magazine (2 March 1914): 11.

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——. Half a Century of American Art. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1939.

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“Art Must be International Says Noted Painter.” New York Times Sunday Magazine (7 April 1912): 14.

“Artist Alexander’s Work. Decorations for the Congressional Library in Washington.” New York Times (17 November 1896): 3.

“Artists and Juries: The Tenth Annual Carnegie International Exhibition.” Journal of the Archives of American Art 7, nos. 3 and 4 (July/October 1967): 24.

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