Macbeth Galleries (or Gallery) Exhibitors
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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:
Many subsequent texts referencing Macbeth Galleries have not yet been indexed.
As of 10/16/12 TFAO Digital Library contained 109 references to "Macbeth."
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For an Archives of American Art finding aid for the Macbeth records click here. Accessed August, 2015.
The website of the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced: "...A collaborative project to digitize the exhibition checklists and pamphlets of the Macbeth Gallery, held by the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Frick Art Reference Library... The combined collection, numbering over 450 unique items published between 1895 and 1953, was digitized by Northern Micrographics in La Crosse, Wisconsin. PDF files of the catalogs are now available for download to researchers worldwide through the Watson Library online catalog, WATSONLINE, and through FRESCO (Frick Research Catalog Online)....The Macbeth Gallery was the first New York gallery to specialize in American art and is historically important for exhibiting work by many American artists well-known to us today, including Winslow Homer, Charles H. Davis, and Andrew Wyeth. In addition to solo exhibitions, many group shows were held at the Macbeth Gallery in the early 20th century -- several would have a profound impact on the development and appreciation of American art." For a title list of the Macbeth digital collection in WATSONLINE click here. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]
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