A Concise History of American Painting and Sculpture

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Abraham Lincoln, French, 187
Abstract Caricature of Stieglitz, de Zayas, 237
Abstract Expressionism, 211, 281, 284, 295, 296, 298-320, 327, 332, 348, 353, 359, 370-371, 380, 396, 406-407; rejection of, 329, 331, 334, 336
Abstract painting, in U.S., 125-126, 135, 155, 249, 276-282, 297; See also Abstract Expressionism
Abstract sculpture, 292, 320-328
Abstractions, Dove, 226
Academic art, 29, 173-174; and modernism, 192
Accident in Lombard Street, Peale, 41
Acconci, Vito, 388
Adams, Henry, 189
Adams, John, 33, 35
Adams, Samuel, portrait of, 24, 25
Adams Memorial, Saint-Gaudens, 189, 190
Admiral David Farragut Memorial, Saint-Gaudens, 187, 188, 189
Adoration of the Moon, Weber, 221
Aetatis Sue Limner, 6-8; See also Nehemiah Partridge
Affection, Zorach, 290
African Negro Art: Its Influences on Modern Art, de Zayas, 213
After the Bath, Raphaelle Peale, 62
After the Hunt, Harnett, 177
Age of Anxiety, Shahn, 268
Agony Gorky,305, 306
Agricola group, Smith, 322-323
Agrippina Landing at Brindisium with the Ashes of Germanicus, West, 29
Airport Structure, Roszak, 296
Albany N. Y., colonial, 6-8
Albers Josef, 276, 299, 377
Alison Archibald, 70, 71, 76-77
Alloway Lawrence, 352
Allston Washington, 15, 26, 28, 43-48, 44, 46, 48, 71, 115, 141
Alpha Khi, Louis, 372
America, French, 191
American Abstract Artists, 279-282, 295, 297, 311, 327
American Academy of the Fine Arts, 41, 52, 63
American Art Union, 66, 68, 93, 132, 174; and Bingham, 108
American Artists Congress, 279
American character, 54-55, 59, 67-68, 85; development of, 28
American Gothic, Wood, 263, 265
American Impressionism, 124-125, 163-165, 245
An American Place, 213
American Renaissance, 125, 173-177, 262; sculpture, 188-189, 285
American Scene movement, 261-265, 271, 276, 302-303; mid-20th century, 297
American society: early-20th century, 192; mid-19th century, 75; 1920's views of, 243; 1930's, 260
Ames Foundry, Chicopee, Mass., 181
The Analysis of Beauty, Hogarth, 38
Analytic Cubism, 212
Andes of Ecuador, Church, 84
Andre, Carl, 390, 392, 393, 401
The Angel Abdiel, Greenough, 115, 116
Angellipse, Andre, 393
Annapolis, Md., colonial, 19, 20
Annual gift books, 92-93
Anshutz, Thomas, 195, 196
Anti-Form artists, 351, 384, 387-388
Anti-sensibility, 355, 357
Appropriations art, 404-405
Archipenko, Alexander, 285, 291-292
Arensberg, Mary, 213-214
Arensberg, Walter, 213-214
Arguing the Point, Settling the Presidency, Tait, 97
Ariadne Asleep on the Isle of Naxos, Vanderlyn, 49-50
Armed Liberty, Crawford, 118
Armory Show, 193-195, 204, 243, 277
Arnold, Matthew, 173
Arp, Jean, 293; influence of, 295
Arques-le-Bataille, Twachtman, 165, 167
Art: and national character, 68; social purpose of, 28; views of, 29, 46, 80, 211, 240
Art and Technology, 392
Art criticism, 346, 382
Art Deco, 287, 289
Artaud, Antonin, 349
Arte Moderne, 278
Artists in Residence (AIR) Gallery, 369
Artist's Repository, or Encyclopedia of the Fine Arts, Taylor, 65

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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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