American Art Online Videos
a catalogue of online lectures and conversations with artists, scholars and others
with content focusing on representational art presented free of charge
YouTube, founded in February 2005, is a Web site for people to watch and share original videos worldwide. Below are YouTube-presented videos in alphabetical order.
Alfred Stieglitz [05:42] (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL)
Alfred Stieglitz [04:19] from Masters of Photography Series (1983) (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL)
"Alice Neel" Trailer, theatrical trailer for the feature documentary "Alice Neel" directed by Andrew Neel This film is provided by Withoutabox, "The Network for Independents." [2:40] (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL)
American Vision: The History of American Art and Architecture produced by Planet 24 in association with BBC Television; a Time Inc.-BBC co-production; produced in association with Thirteen/WNET. Description source: Amon Carter Museum Teacher Resource Center. Clips from epispdes are via YouTube (Links found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL)
André Kertész part 2 of 6 [30:20] from Master Photographers Series
Ansel Adams, part 4 of 6 [32:52] from Master Photographers Series
Auction at the Harwood Museum in Taos, NM [8:31] held in the museum's galleries.
Charles Dana Gibson [5:14] A glimpse into the life of one of America's most celebrated illustrators
Crown Point Press: Printing Demonstration. [3:56] Magical-Secrets says: "Crown Point Press' founding director and master printer Kathan Brown prints a Wayne Thiebaud soft ground plate in real time. This is an excerpt from the DVD included in the book "Magical Secrets about Line Etching and Engraving: The Step-by-Step Art Incised Lines." For more videos, technical advice, and ongoing ideas about intaglio printmaking or to purchase a copy of the book please visit www.Magical-Secrets.com&laqno;"
Dale Chihuly visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters to discuss his Gardens of Glass. This event took place on June 19, 2008, as part of the Authors@Google series. [1:02:48]
Dale Chihuly [8:32] Glass blower Dale Chihuly talks about his work and his significant impact on the Studio Glass movement.
Deborah Butterfield introduces her work to a group of docents at its installation at the Nevada Museum of Art on June 15, 2007. [4:58] and in another video taken during the docent walkthrough on June 15, 2007, sculptor Deborah Butterfield reflects upon some of the philosophical and artistic elements contributing to her decisions to create sculptures of horses lying prone on the floor or ground. [5:51]
Drawing the Line - Keith Haring (1989) Part 1 of 3 [9:25]; Part 2 of 3 [9:57]; Part 3 of 3 [9:39] (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL)
Eric Fischl interviewed by A.M. Homes, "The Figure in Narrative" series paired a prominent novelist or poet with an acclaimed visual artist for an intimate discussion about the creative process. Novelist A.M. Homes interviewed painter Eric Fischl in Manhattan on Oct. 26, 2005. The New York Academy of Art co-sponsored the event.. (text by BOMBLive)
Georgia O'Keeffe: Notable New Mexican (PBS) [06:05]
Georgia O'Keeffe in New Mexico Footage of the 92 year old Georgia O'Keeffe speaking about her art, taken in and around her home in New Mexico [09:67] and here "Georgia O'Keeffe" [09:57] An interview with the artist when she was 92, and as she wandered the hills around her New Mexico home.
Gordon Parks & David Finn - Air date: 06-09-03, [58:07]. Truveo.com says: "Gordon Roger Alexander Buchannan Parks (November 30, 1912 -- March 7, 2006) was a groundbreaking African-American photographer, musician, poet, novelist, journalist, activist and film director."
Ida Applebroog Studio Visit-2005, Video by Scott Sinkler. Music By Jim Coleman. Public Eye Productionsemail@example.com TRT 3:15-2005 [3:19]
John Ahearn at work, John Ahearn, New York City based artist, at work in studio. Copyright 2007 by Tom Fitzgibbon
Laurie Hogin: Forest of the Future [6:00] related to the exhibit Laurie Hogin: The Forest of the Future
Louise Bourgeois at the Guggenheim Museum Part 1 [10:09]. James Kalm battles Manhattan's morning rush hour, peddling twelve miles, to pay homage to the Grand Dame of the New York Art World, Louise Bourgeois. This remarkable retrospective gathers the most extensive selection of Bourgeois works to date, and features her major sculpture, installations, paintings, drawings and graphics. Viewers will see the arc of stylistic development form the early Surrealist to the Biomorphic, assemblage and the installations with sexually charged images that makes Bourgeois an essential Feminist artist. Part I presents works from the early 1940's till the mid 1960's. This exhibition is organized in association with the Tate Modern, London, and Center Pompidou, Paris. Part 2 [10:05]
Man Leaning on Wall Project, The, Ireverent comedy where the videographer made "a plaque that reads "Man Leaning on Wall'... then went to the SFMOMA, stuck it on the wall, and had someone lean up right next to it. We were there about an hour before the security guy put an end to it. A lot of people fell for it, and there were some people who got the joke. The docents were really awesome, and they played right along (it was the security that really had a problem)."
Marsden Hartley's The Iron Cross [2:33] Milderd Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis
Night Talk: Interview With Jeff Koons (part 1), [5:49] (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL) ; (part 2) [7:27]; part 3 [7:31] from Bloomberg
Plein air painting demonstration. [1:14], conducted by Skip Whitcomb, presented without audio, follows the artist's brushstrokes in creating a plein air painting.
Provincetown: An Art Colony [5:54]
Review of Aaron Douglas's Portrait of A Young Man at the Joslyn Art Museum. [1:00] from ARTnebraska's Art Treasures of Nebraska
Review of the Bodmer collection at the Joslyn Art Museum. [1:00] from ARTnebraska's Art Treasures of Nebraska (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL
Rockwell Kent is a documentary film written, directed, and produced by Frederick Lewis. He won an Emmy for a documentary film on the Boston Marathon. Lewis is an Associate Professor & Sequence Director for Video Production at the Ohio University School of Telecommunications. [2:39] (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL
Sam Colburn / Monterey Artist, Part 1 [8:47] and Part 2 [9:00] 1991 interview with watercolor artist./ Rama P. Jama from YouTube
South Florida Today: William Crutchfield [3:30] features the artist explaining his artistic approach in connection with an exhibit at the Boca Museum of Art as seen on WXEL.
Tony Abeyta: in my studio, [2:39], via truveo.com, which says: "I never want to be labeled 'predictable'," said Abeyta. "I want to challenge myself and surprise the viewer, deviating from previous years' works. I thrive on the unexpected and believe people will find some of that in this show." --Tony Abeyta" (Link found expired as of 8/12/09 audit. Source site may contain this content via a revised URL
Wayne Thiebaud - CBS Sunday Morning - [7:07]
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