2008-2009 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "American Illustration Art"




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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

Introduction: Shaping the Landscape Image, from Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865 - 1910: John Douglas Woodward; text by Roger B. Stein (12/15/09)

The Remembrance of Things Past: Norman Rockwell at Nassau County Museum of Art; essay by Charles A. Riley II (9/8/09)

Illustrating Her World: Ellen B. T. Pyle (9/4/09)

Norman Rockwell (7/3/09)

Drawn to Nature: John Douglas Woodward's Career in Art; essay by Sue Rainey (6/17/09)

Fantasies and Fairy-Tales: Maxfield Parrish and the Art of the Print (6/2/09)

Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey; essay by Lee Wierenga (4/3/09)

Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey (4/3/09)

American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell (3/26/09)

Draw to Live and Live to Draw: Prints and Illustrations by Wanda Gag (1893 - 1946) (3/17/09)

J.C. Leyendecker: A Retrospective, article by Roger T. Reed (2/12/09)

Forgotten Dreams: The Paintings of Edward Grant (1/13/09)

Frank E. Schoonover: An Artist for All Seasons (11/28/08)

J.C. Leyendecker: America's "Other"Illustrator (11/11/08)

Double Lives: American Painters as Illustrators, 1850-1950 (10/6/08)

Winslow Homer: American Scenes (6/24/08)

Denise Fleming: Painting with Paper (5/6/08)

A Sinner's Progress: The Artist's Books of David Sandlin, with essay by Dennis Harper (3/4/08)

J.C. Leyendecker in the Golden Age of Illustration (3/1/08)


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