The Italian Presence in American Art, 1760-1860

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Irma B. JaffeEditor's Preface / viiList of Black and White Illustrations / xiiiList of Color Illustrations / xvii
Allen Staley1 Benjamin West in Italy / 1
Carol E. Hevner2 Rembrandt Peale's Dream and Experience of Italy / 9
Lillian B. Miller3 "An Influence in the Air": Italian Art and American Taste in the Mid-Nineteenth Century / 26
Roger B. Stein4 Transformations: Copley in Italy / 53
Katherine E. Manthorne5 Theory and Practice: Leonardo da Vinci's Importance for American Artists, 1820-1860 / 56
Andrea Mariani6 Sleeping and Waking Fauns: Harriet Goodhue Hosmer's Experience of Italy, 1852-1870 / 66
Marcia Briggs Wallace7 Washington Allston's Moonlit Landscape / 82
Paul J. Staiti8 Compliance and Resistance: Samuel F. B. Morse, Puritan in Arcadia / 95
Ellwood C. Parry III9 On Return from Arcadia in 1832 / 106
Vivien Green Fryd10 The Italian Presence in the United States Capitol / 132
Barbara A. Wolanin11 Constantino Brumidi's Frescoes in the United States Capitol / 150

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