American Painting, History and Interpretation

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Index
The more important discussions of painters and ideas are indicated by figures in italics. All pictures cited are listed under the painters' names, with those of unknown authorship collected under Anon.
Academy, Columbian, 257
Academy of Art, Cincinnati, 280-281
Academy of Arts and Sciences, Richmond, 232, 362 Memoir and Prospectus, 232
Academy of Design, National, 287, 289, 354, 358, 364-366, 392, 420, 423, 431, 436, 458-460, 479, 492, 496, 499, 512, 534-535, 548-549, 557, 576, 580, 596, 617, 627, 628, 639, 666
Academy of Fine Arts, South Carolina, 365
Academy of the Fine Arts, American, 326, 362-364, 458
Academy of the Fine Arts, Pennsylvania, 304, 362, 366, 420, 470, 549-550, 652657, 661
Adams, Henry, 164
Adams, John, 14, 97, 134, 164, 478
Affection's Gift, 512
Ainslee, Thomas, 83
Aitken, Robert, 174
Alexander, Cosmo John, 110, 117, 155, 244 Alexander Grant, 117
Alexander, Francis, 399, 540, 541
"Alice, Sweet" (in poem by Thomas Dunn English ), 393
Allen, Chief Justice, 192
Allen, Joseph, 21, 29, 82, 97, 161, 257
Allston, Washington, 87, 225, 230, 264, 307, 323, 339-351, 352, 358, 382, 386, 405, 459, 460, 491, 495, 538 "Energy of Character" (poem), 339; Lectures on Art (book), 348; Monaldi (novel), 348; "The Paint King" (poem), 459
The Angel Releasing Peter, 343; Belshazzar's Feast, 344, 347-348, illus. 345; Classical Landscape, 341; Coast Scene on the Mediterranean, 342- 343, 351; The Dead Man Restored to Life, 343, 352; The Deluge, 341; Elijah Fed by the Ravens, 344; Moonlit Landscape, 351, illus. 349; The Poor Author and the Rich Bookseller, 342; Rising of a Thunderstorm at Sea, 341; Uriel in the Sun, 343
Amahs, Jacques, 397, 400 A Gentleman, 400
Amateurs, 21-22, 29-30, 65-66, 74-75, 161-167, 222-226, 227-228, 368- 383, 517-533, 570-572
Amerinds, eastern, 5-6; southwestern, 3 subject-matter in pictures, 98, 179, 207, 423, 451-453, 454, 464, 515, 530, 560-561, 587, 644
American Art Review, 550
American Magazine, 159
American Water Color Society, 549, 592, 595
Americanism, 74-75, 118, 191, 292, 665- 668
Ames, Nathaniel, 161, 193, 665 Almanac (publication), 193, 665
Analectic Magazine, 285
"Ancients, The," as models for artists, 199
Ancora, Pietro, 255, 258
Anderson, Hugh, 538
Anderson, Joseph Horatio, 178
Andover Theological Seminary, 492
Anecdote, 93, 168, 170-171, 198, 204, 263, 284, 286-287, 295-296, 342, 372, 386, 399, 403, 418, 456, 457, 470, 473, 478-488, 513-516, 522,

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