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

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Index
Titles of paintings appear in italics; page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. Unless otherwise noted, all paintings are by John White Alexander.
Abbey, Edwin Austin, 23
Adams, Herbert, 67
Albright Art Gallery (Buffalo), 69, 104
Alexander, Elizabeth, 35, 38, 51, 72. See also Mrs. John White Alexander
Alter, Emily, 87
Aman-Jean, Edmond, 36
America (detail of Evolution of Civilization) (Blashfield), 89, 90
Arch of the States (Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition) (Omaha), 60
Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 1: Portrait of the Artist’s Mother (Whistler), 22, 34, 36
Art Institute of Chicago Annual Exhibitions of Paintings and Sculpture by American Artists, 36–37, 102
The Arts (Cox), 91–92
Automne, 58, 71
Azelea/Portrait of Charlotte Colgate Abbe, 27, 51, color plate following 64
Baer, Gil: Lois Fuller au repos, 41, 43; Les Salons Comiques: Salon du Champ-d-Mars (No. 1), 42
Baldwin, James, 60–61
Barnard, George Grey, 67
Bartlett, Paul W., 65
Bastien-Lepage, Jules, 32
Beard, George, 77
Beardsley, Aubrey, 47
Beatty, John Wesley, 43–44, 73, 96, 105. See also Carnegie Institute
Benczur, Gyula, 24
Bénédite, Léonce, 46, 49, 56, 105. See also Luxembourg Museum
Besnard, Paul-Albert, 32
Blanche, Jacques-Emile, 36
Blashfield, Edwin, 88–89
Bogart, Michele, 65
Boime, Albert, 32
bol bleu, Le, 47, 48, 49
Bouguereau, Adolphe-William, 32–33
Brinton, Christian, 71, 96, 99
Brownell, William Cary, 21
Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 69, 98
Cabanel, Alexandre: Birth of Venus, 39, 41
Caffin, Charles, critical discussion of: Alexander’s images of women, 47; American art’s cosmopolitanism, 99, 106; Carnegie Institute murals, 79, 87; Carnegie international exhibitions, 44, 96; Library of Congress decorations, 92; Pan-American Exposition, 70–71; Paris Salons, 56, 58
Carnegie, Andrew: and American art, 41, 44; biography, 81; founding of Carnegie Institute, 73–74, 85; murals, 79; Social Darwinism, 77
Carnegie Institute (Pittsburgh): John R. Beatty, 43–44, 73, 96, 105; history of, 41, 43–44, 73–74, 77–79; international exhibitions, 15–16, 41, 43–44, 55, 96–97, 104–5; and the Luxembourg Museum (Paris), 96; and the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts (Paris), 43
Carnegie Institute Installation Photograph, First Annual International Exhibition, 45
Carnegie Institute Murals: Apotheosis of Pittsburgh, color plate following 64, 74, 79, 81; critical discussion of, 85, 87–88; “The Crowning of Labor,” 18, 73–75, 85; Fire/Toil, 74, 76, 77–78; March of Progress, 81, 83, 85; overview, second-floor murals, 75; second-floor details, 80, 82
Carolus-Duran, 32, 51
Carrière, Eugène, 32
Casey, Edward Pearce, 88
Casey, Thomas Lincoln, 88
Cassatt, Mary, 44
Centennial Exhibition (Philadelphia), 53
Century Company (New York), 23, 47
Chase, William Merritt, 99, 106
Child with Doll, 71
Church, Frederic: Niagara, 67
Clarke, Ellis, 58
Clarke, Thomas B., 55, 99
Coffin, William A., 59, 69
Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), 98–99
Cortissoz, Royal, 87, 91–92
Cox, Kenyon, 70, 91, 100
Currier, J. Frank, 24
Czolgosz, Leon, 69
Dabo, Leon, 93
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal-Adolphe-Jean, 32, 44
Dannat, William T., 34
De Chavannes, Puvis, 32–33, 44, 51
DeKay, Charles, 71
Devant la glace, 39
Dewey, George, 59, 63, 65
Dewey Soap Advertisement, 62, 63
Dewing, Thomas Wilmer: Commerce and Agriculture and the Bringing of Wealth to Detroit, 75
Dielman, Frederick, 93
Dijkstra, Bram, 39
Docherty, Linda, 55
Draper, Mrs. See Mrs. Draper
Dumond, Frank, 23

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