The Italian Presence in American Art, 1860-1920

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59. Maitland Armstrong, Appellatte Court reading room window (detail), 1899. Stained (photo: Robert O. Jones ).

site-specific works were respectful of their environments. His contribution to the American Renaissance adds happily to the debt American art owes to Italy.


NOTES
1.
K. Cox, The Classic Point of View, Freeport, N.Y., 1968, ( 1st ed., 1911), 3-6.
2.
Armstrong, 90.
3.
Author's examination of sketch books. I wish to thank descendants of Maitland Armstrong for allowing me to examine the artist's sketchbooks in their possession.
4.
Helen Maitland Armstrong ( 1869- 1948) was involved with her father in the glass business as an artist and glass painter.
5.
E. Vedder, Disgressions of V, Boston and New York, 1910, 460.
6.
Armstrong, 158.
7.
Ibid., 216.
8.
Ibid., 257.
9.
M. Naylor, The National Academy of Design Exhibition Records, 249-1900, New York, 1973, 14-15.
10.
Armstrong, 249-53.
11.
Anthony, 251-62.
12.
W. Andrews, Architecture, Ambition, and Americans, New York, 1955, 185. R. G. Wilson, D. H. Pilgrim, R. N. Murray, The American Renaissance, 1876-1917, Exhibition Catalogue, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1979, 145. W. Shopsin and M. Broderick, The Villard Houses: Life Story of a Landmark, New York, 1980, 64. Weber, 38.
13.
C. Baldwin, Stanford White, New York, 1931, 357-58.
14.
Status of Projects list, December 14, 1892, McKim, Mead and White Papers, The New-York Historical Society.
15.
Weber, 38.
16.
F. Rossi, Mosaics: A Survey of Their History and Techniques, New York, 1968, 117.
17.
Author's site inspection, July 1987.
18.
Armstrong, 307.
19.
T. Borenius, Florentine Frescoes, London, n.d., Plate 49.
20.
W. Oakeshott, The Mosaics of Rome, Greenwich, Conn., 1967, 317.
21.
Anthony, Plate 275.
22.
Armstrong, 309.
23.
C. Caffin, "Decorations for the Appellate Court," Harpers Weekly, XLIV, January 20, 1900, 59.
24.
"The New Appellate Court," The New York Times, January 3, 1900, 5.

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