A Concise History of American Painting and Sculpture

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1. Anonymous, Mrs. Elizabeth Freake and Baby Mary, c. 1674. Oil on canvas, 42 ½″x363/4″. Worcester Art Museum. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Rice.2
2. John Foster (?), Reverend John Davenport, late seventeenth century. Oil on canvas, 27 1/8″ X 23″. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn.2
3. Thomas Smith, Self-Portrait, late seventeenth century. Oil on canvas, 24 ½″x23 3/4″. Worcester Art Museum.3
4. Anonymous, Joseph Tapping Stone, 1678. Stone, 28 ″x28 ½″. From Allan Ludwig, Graven Images (Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1966).5
5. Anonymous, Portrait of Governor Peter Stuyvesant, c. 1660. Oil on panel, 22 ½x17 ½″. The New-York Historical Society, New York City.6
6. Gerrett Duyckinck, Self-Portrait, c. 1700-10. Oil on panel, 30″x25″. The New-York Historical Society, New York City.6
7. Gerardus Duyckinck, The Naming of John the Baptist, 1713. Oil on panel, 32 3/4″x45 3/4″. Biblical Arts Center, Dallas. Courtesy of R. H. Love Galleries, Chicago. Photo: Bruce C. Bachman.7
8. Anonymous, Johannes de Peyster III, 1718. Oil on bed ticking, 44″x38 1/4″. The New-York Historical Society, New York City.7
9. Nehemiah Partridge, Col. Pieter Schuyler, c. 1715. Oil on canvas, 87 3/4 ″x51″. Collection of the City of Albany.7
10. Pieter Vanderlyn (?), Pau de Wandelaer, c. 1730. Oil on canvas, 44 7/8″x35 3/4″. Albany Institute of History and Art.8
11. Gerardus Duyckinck (?), Portrait of a Young Man -- De Peyster Family, c. 1730-50. Oil on canvas, 50 1/4″x41″. The New-York Historical Society, New York City.8
12. Jeremiah Theus, Mrs. Thomas Lynch, 1755. Oil on canvas, 29 7/8″x24 7/8″. Reynolda House, Winston-Salem, N. C.10
13. Justus Englehardt Kuhn, Eleanor Darnall, c. 1710. Oil on canvas, 54″x44 ½″. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore.10
14. Gustavus Hesselius, Tishcohan, 1735. Oil on canvas, 33″x25″. Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.12
15. Charles Bridges, Mann Page II, c. 1743. Oil on canvas, 46 ½″x36 ½″. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va.13
16. John Smibert, The Bermuda Group: Dean George Berkeley and His Family, 1729, 1739. Oil on canvas, 69 1/1″x93″. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn. Gift of Isaac Lothrop of Plymouth, Mass. Photo: Joseph Szaszfai.14
17. John Smibert, Samuel Browne, Jr., 1734. Oil on canvas, 50″x40″. The Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence.14
18. John Smibert, Mrs. Francis Brinley and Son Henry, c. 1731-32. Oil on canvas, 50″x39 1/4″. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Rogers Fund, 1962.16
19. Robert Feke, Isaac Royall and Family, 1741. Oil on canvas, 56″x77 3/4″. Harvard University Portrait Collection, Cambridge, Mass. Gift of Dr. George Stevens Jones.17
20. Robert Feke, Portrait of James Bowdoin II, 1748. Oil on canvas, 50″x40″. Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine. Bequest of Mrs. Sarah Bowdoin Dearborn.18
21. Robert Feke, Portrait of Margaret McCall, 1749. Oil on canvas, 50″x40″. The Dietrich Brothers Americana Corporation, Philadelphia. Photo: Philadelphia Museum of Art.18
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Introduction xxv
  • 1 - Colonial Art 1
  • 2 - The New Nation 26
  • 3 - Self-Discovery 66
  • 4 - At Home and Abroad 122
  • 5 - Early Modernism 192
  • 6 - Between the World Wars 242
  • 7 - International Presence 297
  • 8 - Contemporary Diversity 346
  • Selected Bibliography 409
  • Index 421
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