American Painting, History and Interpretation

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The following lists give the sources which have been drawn upon in the writing of this book. Since many books and articles were examined without being used, these lists cannot be taken as a complete bibliography of the subject. Students who may wish more discursive annotations upon the text will find them in type- written form at the Frick Art Reference Library, New York City.
A FEW BOOKS HAVE BEEN CONSULTED CONTINUOUSLY:
A History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States, by William Dunlap. 2 vols. New York, 1834. Edited with additions by F. W. Bayley and G. E. Goodspeed. 3 vols. Boston, 1918.
Historic Annals of the National Academy of Design . . . , by Thomas S. Cummings. Philadelphia, 1865.
Book of the Artists: American Artist Life . . . , by Henry T. Tuckerman. New York, 1867 (fifth impression, 1870).
A History of American Art, by Sadakichi Hartman. 2 vols. Boston, 1902.
A History of American Painting, by Samuel Isham. New York, 1905. Reprinted with additional chapters by Royal Cortissoz. New York, 1927.
The American Spirit in Art, by Frank Jewett Mather Jr., Charles Rufus Morey, and William James Henderson. New Haven, 1927 (Vol. XII in The Pageant of America series).
Art in America, by Suzanne La Follette. New York, 1929.
American Folk Art: The Art of the Common Man in America, by Holger Cahill. New York, 1932 (catalog of an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art).

THREE BOOKS HAVE BEEN SPECIALLY SUGGESTIVE FOR THE SPIRIT IN WHICH THEY APPROACH AMERICAN CULTURE:
The Golden Day: A Study in American Experience and Culture, by Lewis Mumford . New York, 1926.
American Humor: A Study of the National Character, by Constance Rourke. New York, 1931.
Estimates in Art, Series II: Sixteen Essays on American Painters of the Nineteenth Century, by Frank Jewett Mather Jr. New York, 1931.

THE FOLLOWING BOOKS HAVE SUPPLIED VALUABLE BACKGROUND MATERIAL:
The History of American Sculpture, by Lorado Taft. New York, 1905. New edition revised and with new matter. New York, 1924.
The American Spirit in Architecture, by Talbot Faulkner Hamlin. New Haven, 1926 (Vol. XIII in The Pageant of America series).

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