2001-2002 American 18-19th Century Landscape Painting
(above: Thomas Hill, Great Canyon of the Sierra, Yosemite, 1872. Crocker Art Museum)
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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:
Charles Codman: The Landscape of Art and Culture in 19th-Century Maine (11/26/02)
Whistler and His Circle in Venice (11/13/02)
For Bierstadt's Eyes Alone, essay by Mary Terence McKay (11/2/02)
Sun Rise, 1870, An Arctic Landscape by the Artist William Bradford (1823-1892), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (10/16/02)
Corn Shocks and Pumpkins, 1864, by William Trost Richards (1833-1905), essay by Richard H. W. Brauer (10/10/02)
In Search of a National Landscape: William Trost Richards and the Artists' Adirondacks 1855 - 1870; article by Linda S. Ferber and Caroline M. Welsh (7/1/02)
Primal Visions: Albert Bierstadt "Discovers" America, 1859-1893 (4/3/02)
American Sublime: Epic Landscapes of Our Nation, 1820-1880 (3/1/02)
North to Alaska (2/28/02)
19th-Century American Paintings: The Henry Melville Fuller Collection (2/20/02)
George Beck: An Eighteenth Century Painter; article by Edna Talbott Whitley (2/2/02)
Erastus Salisbury Field, 1805-1900 Historical Monument of the American Republic, 1867-1888; essay by Paul Staiti (1/3/02)
In Search of the National Landscape: William Trost Richards in the Adirondacks (10/22/01)
American Pastorale: Drawings by John F. Kensett (8/29/01)
Minnesota from the Mississippi (7/25/01)
Primal Visions: Albert Bierstadt "Discovers" America, 1859-1893 (7/5/01)
A Picturesque Site in the Catskills: The Kaaterskill Falls as Painted by William Guy Wall, by John K. Howat (7/2/01)
Montclair Art Museum Gallery Will Be Dedicated to Works by George Inness (5/4/01)
William Trost Richards in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2/11/01)
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