2003 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "American 18-19th Century Representational Art"



 

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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

George Catlin and His Indian Gallery (12/22/03)

Reflections: Furniture, Silver, and Paintings in Early America (11/21/03)

Toy Stories and Winter Scenes from the Museum of the City of New York (11/3/03)

Art of the American West from a Private Collection (9/29/03)

Copley to Cassatt: Masterworks from the Terra Collection (9/26/03)

No Day Without a Line: Whistler in the Archives of American Art (8/27/03)

Winslow Homer The Illustrator: His Wood Engravings, 1857-1888 from the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, Florida (8/11/03)

Harvard Collects American Art (8/9/03)

The Pictorial Record of the Old West; article by Robert Taft (8/8/03)

Mr. Whistler's Galleries (7/8/03)

Whistler and Cassatt: Americans Abroad (5/19/03)

The Golden Age of Fine and Decorative Arts from the Diplomatic Reception Rooms at the U.S. Department of State (5/12/03)

Diamonds, Rifle Rangers and Rock Slides: Codman's "Native" Landscapes, essay by Jessica Skwire Routhier (2/6/03)

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Presents "Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum" (2/6/03)

Art and Industry in Philadelphia: Origins of the Philadelphia School of Design for Women; article by Nina de Angeli Walls (1/24/03)

Whistler in Venice: The Pastels (1/24/03)

 

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