author(s): Roger B. Stein
title of essay: Introduction
title of catalogue: Drawn to Nature: John Douglas Woodward's Career in Art" from the catalog: Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865-1910: John Douglas Woodward, published in 1997 by the Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (now the University of Virginia Art Museum),
Also see Drawn to Nature: John Douglas Woodward's Career in Art; essay by Sue Rainey (6/17/09) from the same caatalogue.
Recovery matrix composite score: N/A
From: Roger Stein <r..
Date: Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:08:58 PM US/Pacific
Subject: Permission to reprint
I hereby grant you permission to reprint the two essays you request:
"Structure as Meaning: Towards a Cultural Interpretation of American Painting," which appeared in American Art Review, Mar/April 1976, pp. 66-78, with subsequent discussion in Sept./Oct., pp. 52-55; and
"Introduction," in Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865-1910: John Douglas Woodward" published by the Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
I own copyright on both of these, and publishers have no objection to reprinting, as I have copyright.
Please send me copy or internet access when published.
Roger B. Stein
P.S. If you want bio copy:
Roger B. Stein retired as Professor of the History of American Art and Culture at the University of Virginia in 1998. He has published on American aesthetic history, on painters like John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, and Winslow Homer, and has curated and consulted with the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and elsewhere, for exhibitions on American Landscape, Seascape, and the Art of New England.
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