Critical Issues in American Art: A Book of Readings

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Index
Artist names are in boldface type.
Abbott, Berenice, 255
Abduction of Daniel Boone's Daughter by the Indians (Wimar painting), 104, 108(n45)
Abrams, Ann, 16
Abstract Expressionism, 4, 10, 269
Academic artists, 12
Adams, John, 42
Adamson, Jeremy, 16
Adirondacks, 157, 167(n6). See also under Homer, Winslow
Aesthetic Movement, 193
Africa, 289
African-American nationalism, 204, 212
African-American women, 200, 222-223
African figures and masks ( Johnson sculptures), 289-290
African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, 201-202, 203, 209, 212
After the Hunt ( Homer watercolor), 160-161
Agnew, D. Hayes, 189, 191
Agulhon, Maurice, 224
AHAA. See Association of the Historians of American Art
Allston, Washington, 9
Alten, Fred, 120
A.M.E. Church. See African Methodist Episcopal Church
"America as Art" exhibition ( 1946), 12
American art
analysis, 10-23
compared to European art, 3-4, 6, 13, 29(n18), 271, 276
defined, 27(n1)
diversity, 1, 9, 10. See also Revisionism
eighteenth- and nineteenth-century surveys, 9, 10-11, 12
historians, 1, 2, 3, 15-16, 19, 20-21, 25
journals, 5, 7
museum exhibitions, 1, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 21-22, 23
national perspective, 3, 5-6, 21, 82-83, 93, 269-273, 281-282
private collections, 2, 9
scholarship, 1-3, 5, 6-12, 15-16, 23-25
and social and economic forces, 5-6, 110, 177-179, 270, 296. See also Cultural change; Family relationships changes; Feminism; Race
traditions, 10, 11, 13
"American Art: 1750-1800" exhibition, 22
American artists abroad, 12, 13, 14-15, 35, 43, 229, 286
American Art Journal,5, 24
American Art-Union, 82, 105
American character, 271-272
American Civilization programs, 5, 8
"American Colonial Portraits: 1700-1776" exhibition, 21
American Impressionism, 9, 273
Americanists, 5, 7, 14, 19, 23
"American Light: The Luminist Movement, 1850-1875" exibition ( 1980), 11
American Magazine,245
American Museum ( N.Y.), 64
American Negro Academy, 203, 204
American Negro Exposition ( 1940), 291
American Quarterly,5
American Renaissance, 13
"American Sampler, An: Folk Art from the Shelburne Museum" exhibition ( 1987), 23
American Scene Movement, 269, 278-280, 281
American Studies programs, 5, 16, 19-20
American Tradition in Painting ( McCoubrey), 10
Ames, Kenneth L., 110
Anatomy, 174
Anderson, Sherwood, 277
Animal Locomotion photographic series (Mybridge), 246
Anthony, Susan B., 222, 224
Apollo Belvedere,52
Architecture, 3, 224, 236(n8), 255, 257-258
Archives, 2, 5
Archives of American Art, 5
Ariadne, 50-51, 52
Ariadne Asleep on the Island of Naxos (Vanderlyn painting), 48(photo), 49, 50, 52, 55
criticism, 47, 49, 54-55
themes, 47-48, 49-52, 56
Armory Show ( 1913), 270-271
Art Bulletin,23
Art education, 172-175 and women, 186
Art Front (journal), 315
Arthur Middleton, His Wife, Mary (née Izard) and Their Son, Henry (West portrait), 41
Artist's Family, The (West portrait), 35-36, 37
Artist studies, 9-10, 13, 15, 16
Art patronage, 9, 15, 60, 164, 199 federal, 13, 96, 97, 269, 278, 281. See also New Deal
Arts (journal), 277
Art Students League ( N.Y.), 186, 297, 306
Asbury Park South ( Stettheimer painting), 309
Ash-Can School, 270, 278
Asian American artists, 25, 280
Association of the Historians of American Art (AHAA), 2
Atlantic Monthly,139, 140
At the Opera (Cassatt painting), 231, 234
"At the Polls" (woodcut), 78
Audubon, John, 8
Ault, George, 278
Austin, Mary, 279-280
Avant-garde painting, 13, 254, 263
Bacon, Peggy, 12
Badger, Reid, 224, 226
Baigell, Matthew, 9
Baillie Family (Gainsborough portrait), 41
Bakhtin, M. M., 139
Ballard, Allen B., 202

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