American Painting of the Nineteenth Century: Realism, Idealism, and the American Experience

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Index
Abstract Expressionism, 265,'281, 283, 286
Adam, Robert, 39
Adams, Henry, 235, 272, 276
Adams, John Quincy, 108
Adams, Samuel, 25
Agnew, Hayes, 200-201
Aids to Reflection (Coleridge), 47
Alexander, Cosmo, 32
Allston, Washington, 19, 25, 41, 43, 44- 60, 150, 158, 188, 211, 212, 213, 214, 236, 239, 252, 257, 260; on colorism, 57, 58; and luminism, 55; on Michelangelo, 50
Analytical Cubism, 265
Anuskiewisz, Richard, 285
Arcadian or Pastoral State, The (Cole), 68
Armory Show ( 1913), 264
Art: and city, 277-79; and industrialism, 256, 257; and technology, 265, 272
Art, the Ideal of Art, and the Utility of Art (Bingham), 159
Art Poétique (Verlaine), 254
"Artist of the Beautiful, The" (Hawthorne), 60
Artist's Fund Society of Philadelphia exhibition, 158
Arts and Crafts movement (England), 257
Ash Can school, 263, 273
Asher, Elise, 225
Audubon, John James, 136
Avery, Milton, 285
Barbizon school, 245
Baudelaire, Charles, 252
Baur, John I. H., 48, 96, 102, 115, 122, 229, 231, 263
Baziotes, William, 285
Berenson, Bernard, 99
Bierstadt, Albert, 22, 82, 91, 94, 113, 119, 199, 270
Bingham, George Caleb, 105-6, 126, 152- 64, 165; and spiritualism, 163
Binney, Horace, 236
Bird Maddened by the Whir of Machinery in the Air (Graves), 281
Blackburn, Joseph, 16
Blake, William, 40, 46, 49
Blaue Reiter, 268, 269
Bloch, E. Maurice, 156, 158, 159, 162
Bloom, Hyman, 283
Blythe, David Gilmour, 225
Boisbaudran, Lecoq du, 252
Boy with a Squirrel (Copley), 26
Boydell, John, 46
Bright Side, The (Homer), 171
Bruce, Captain R. G., 27
Bruegel, Pieter, 151
Brush, George de Forest, 264
Bryant, William Cullen, 84, 122
Bufford, John H., 166
Building of Carthage (Turner), 68
Burke, Edmund, 46
Business (Demuth), 274
Camera lucida, 108
Camera obscura, 108, 197
Cape Ann Historical Association, 112
Caravaggio, 22
Carlyle, Thomas, 48
Casilear, John W., 83
Cassatt, Mary, 243, 248
Cennini, Cennino, 127
Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia ( 1876), 183, 199, 256
Cézanne, Paul, 87, 153, 155, 178, 220, 222
Champney, Benjamin, 119
Chapman, John Gadsby, 109, 158
Chardin, Jean-Baptiste Siméon, 222
Chassériau, Théodore, 257
Chateaubriand, François René, 38
Chatham, Earl of, 42
Chevreul, Michel Eugène, 59, 145
Chirico, Giorgio de, 126-27, 175, 223, 278

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