The Italian Presence in American Art, 1860-1920

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Contents
Irma B. JaffeEditor's Preface / vii
List of Black and White Illustrations / xiii
List of Color Plates / xvii
Lillian B. Miller1 Celebrating Botticelli: The Taste for the Italian Renaissance in the United States, 1870-1920 / 1
Gerald L. Carr2 Frederic Edwin Church and Italy / 23
Nicolai Cikovsky Jr.3 Inness and Italy / 43
Lisa N. Peters4 John H. Twachtman: A "Modern" in Venice, 1877-1878 / 62
Francis V. O'Connor5 The Murals by Constantino Brumidi for the United States Capitol Rotunda, 1860-1880: An Iconographic Interpretation / 81
Robert O. Jones6 Italian Inspiration in Maitland Armstrong's Stained Glass and Mosaics / 97
Richard Murray7 H. Siddons Mowbray: Murals of the American Renaissance / 106
Barbara Weinberg8 American "High" Renaissance: Bowdoin's Walker Art Building and Its Murals / 121
William H. Gerdts9 American Memorial Sculpture and the Protestant Cemetery in Rome / 133
Timothy Rub10 In the Tuscan Mode: Italian Influences on the Architecture of Cass Gilbert / 150

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