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(above: Joseph Kleitsch (1882-1931), Madonna of the apples,1927, oil on canvas, 27.9 x 36.2 in. Source: Bonhams. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


Carmella Padilla

Eliseo Rodriguez: El Sexto Pintor, article by Carmella Padilla (8/15/01)


David Paley

"American Art Selections from Amherst College" American Art Review November-December 1976 (Volume III, Number 6)


Arlene M. Palmer

"American Heroes in Glass: The Bakewell Sulphide Portraits" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 1; 1979)


Peter Palmquist

"William E. Dassonville, California Photographer" American Art Review November-December 2000 (Volume XII, Number 6)


Stephen Parks

Melissa Zink: Quiddities, essay by Stephen Parks (11/2/06)


Ellwood C. Parry, III

"Gothic Elegies for an American Audience: Thomas Cole's Repackaging of Imported Ideas" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 2; 1976)

"Looking for a French and Egyptian Connection behind William Rimmer's Flight and Pursuit" American Art Journal ( vol. 13, no. 3; 1981)

"Some Distant Relatives and American Cousins of Thomas Eakins's Children at Play" American Art Journal ( vol. 18, no. 1; 1986)

"Thomas Cole and the Problem of Figure Painting" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 1; 1972)

"Thomas Cole's Ideas for Mr. Reed's Doors" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 3; 1980)

"Thomas Cole's Imagination at Work in The Architect's DreamAmerican Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 1; 1980)

"Thomas Cole's The Hunter's Return" American Art Journal ( vol. 17, no. 3; 1985)

"Thomas Eakins's 'Naked Series' Reconsidered: Another Look at the Standing Nude Photographs Made for the Use of Eakins's Students" American Art Journal (vol. 20, no. 2; 1988)

"When a Cole Is Not a Cole: Henry Cheever Pratt's Moses on the Mount" American Art Journal ( vol. 16, no. 1; 1984)



Ellwood C. Parry, III and Maria Chamberlin-Hellman

"Thomas Eakins as an Illustrator, 1878-1881" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 1; 1973)


Melinda Boyd Parsons

"'Moonlight on Darkening Ways': Concepts of Nature and the Artist in Edward and Lilian Steichen's Socialism" American Art (Vol. 11, No. 1; Spring 1997)


Robert Parsons

Elmer Page Turner (1890-1966): Colorist of the Early Taos Art Colony; essay by Robert Parsons (10/30/06)

A Colorful Life: The Art of Ila McAfee (1897-1995); essay by Robert Parsons (12/4/06)


Mark Pascale

The Picture Tells the Story: The Drawings of Joseph E. Yoakum; essay by Mark Pascale (4/4/09)


W Douglass Paschall

Impressionist Jewels: The Paintings of Martha Walter, article by W Douglass Paschall (11/12/02)


Anne Pasternak

"Pulp Art: Vamps, Villains, and Victors" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5)


Stephen E. Patrick

"'I Have at Length Determined to Have My Picture Taken': An Eighteenth-Century Young Man's Thoughts about His Portrait by Henry Benbridge" American Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 4; 1990)


Margaret Sloane Patterson

"Nicolino Calyo and His Paintings of the Great Fire of New York, December16th and 17th, 1835" American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 2; 1982)


Steven Pattie

Walking in the Spirit: American Visionary Artists; essay by Steven Pattie (3/3/14)


Glenn C. Peck Jr.

"The Paintings of George Bellows" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)


Robert McCracken Peck

"Albert Laessle, American 'Animalier'" American Art Review January-February 1976 (Volume III, Number 1)

Magazine Antiques William Holbrook Beard - 1824-1900 - American artist, Nov, 1994 by Robert McCracken Peck


Roy Pedersen

"Impressionist Painters of the New Jersey Shore" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5)


Eugenia Diehl Pell

"Arthur V. Diehl, 1870 - 1929" American Art Review May-Junel 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 3)


S. William Pelletier

John Whalley, American Realist; "John Whalley, An American Realist: His Paintings, Watercolors, and Graphite Drawings," essay excerpt by S. William Pelletier (8/8/01)


Anthony J. Peluso, Jr.

"The Bard Brothers" American Art Review September-October 97 (status)


Estill Curtis Pennington

"Southern Landscape Painting, 1865 - 1925" American Art Review November-December 1999 (Volume XI, Number 6)

Collected Additions: The Morris Museum and Painting in the South; essay by Estill Curtis Pennington (8/19/04)

"Kentucky Painters 1819-1935" American Art Review, September-October 2008 (Volume XX, Number 5)


Rosalind Pepall

"Edwin Holgate: Master of the Human Figure" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5)


James A. Percoco

"Public Sculptures of Abraham Lincoln" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)


Bennard Perlman

Robert Henri: The Early Years; essay by Bennard Perlman (5/10/01)


Stephen Perloff

"Camera Work: A Centennial Celebration" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6)


Linda Szekely Pero

"Freedom: Norman Rockwell's Vermont Years" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5)

"Norman Rockwell Paintings from the Pfizer Collection" American Art Review January-February 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 1)


John Perreault

"Photo-Realist Principles" American Art Review November 1978 (Volume IV, Number 6)


Franklin Hill Perrell

Old New York and Artists of the Period: 1900-1941; essays by Constance Schwartz and Franklin Hill Perrell (7/19/01)

Private Collections: Patterns and Aesthetics; essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (8/11/05)

Red Grooms: Ruckus in Roslyn; essays by Constance Schwartz and Franklin Hill Perrell (11/4/05)

"Reginald Marsh" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

Reginald Marsh; essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (2/16/06)

Mort Künstler - The American Spirit; essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (8/31/06)

Op Art; essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (2/8/08)

Introduction - Iris Apfel: Rare Bird of Fashion; essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (5/17/08)

Louis Comfort Tiffany: Long Islander of the Gilded Age; essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (9/3/08)

Andy Warhol Silkscreens; with essay by Franklin Hill Perrell (2/4/09)


Claire Perry

Magazine Antiques Art and exploration in California, 1791-1827, April, 1999 by Claire Perry

"American ABC: Childhood in 19th Century America" American Art Review January-February 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 1)


Rachel Berenson Perry

"The Artists of Brown County: An American Art Colony" American Art Review December 94 -January 95 (status),

"The Paintings of Ada Walter Shulz" American Art Review January-February 98 (status)

"Leroy Trobaugh: The Paintings of a Railroad Worker" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2) (status)

"The Art of Frank V. Dudley" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6) (status)

"Indiana Women Artists: Then and Now" American Art Review January-February 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 1) (status)

"The Paintings of William Edouard Scott" American Art Review March-April 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 2) (status)

The Paintings of William Edouard Scott; text by Rachel Berenson Perry (5/16/08)

Leroy Trobaugh: The Paintings of a Railroad Worker; text by Rachel Berenson Perry (6/19/08)

The Paintings of Ada Walter Shulz; essay by Rachel Berenson Perry (7/7/08)

Indiana Women Artists: Then and Now; essay by Rachel Berenson Perry (7/7/08)

Making It in the Midwest: Artists Who Chose to Stay; essay by Rachel Berenson Perry (8/25/09)

Indiana Realities: Regionalist Painting 1930-1945 from the Robert L. and Ellen E. Haan Collection; essay by Rachel Berenson Perry (8/19/11)

William Forsyth: Only the Strong Persist; article by Rachel Berenson Perry (12/8/14)

Indiana Impressions: The Art of T. C. Steele; article by Rachel Berenson Perry (7/14/16)


Thomas R. Perryman

"The Legacy of Paul W. Whitener" American Art Review March-April 98 (status)

The Legacy of Paul W. Whitener; article by Thomas R. Perryman (12/18/08)


Lisa N. Peters

"'Youthful Enthusiasm under a Hospitable Sky': American Artists in Polling, Germany, 1870s-1880s" American Art Journal ( vol. 31, nos. 1 and 2; 2000)

"Visions of Home" American Art Review July-August 97 (status)

Visions of Home: American Impressionist Images of Suburban Leisure and Country Comfort (7/11/99)

"John Henry Twachtman" American Art Review July-August 1999 (Volume XI, Number 4)

American Impressionism Goes West, essay by Charles C. Eldredge, PhD (8/17/01)

American Impressionism: Paintings of Promise; essay by David R. Brigham (5/16/02)

The Land of Sunshine; essay by William H. Gerdts, from the catalogue "Masters of Light: Plein-Air Painting in California 1890-1930" (10/8/03)

"John Twachtman: 'A Painter's Painter'" American Art Review May-June 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 3)

"The Art of Gershon Benjamin (1899-1985)" American Art Review, November-December 2008 (Volume XX, Number 6)


Sarah Whitaker Peters

"Georgia O'Keeffe: Unsubmissive Modernist" American Art Review March-April 2003 (Volume XV, Number 2)


Alan Petersen

Dialogue with Beauty - Scotty Mitchell Landscapes: text by Alan Petersen (12/20/14)


Martin E. Petersen

"In San Diego: An Important Joseph Blackburn Portrait" American Art Review May-June 1974 (Volume I, Number 4)

San Diego Beginnings, essay by Martin E. Petersen (7/6/01)


Brian H. Peterson

"The Poetic Landscapes of William Lathrop" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5)

"Impressionism Comes to Bucks County" American Art Review September-October 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 5)

"The Paintings of Robert Spencer" American Art Review July-August 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 4)

"The Paintings of Charles Rosen" American Art Review November-December 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 6)


Christian A. Peterson

"Walker Evans (1903 -1975)" American Art Review July-August 2003 (Volume XV, Number 4)

"The Quiet Landscapes of William B. Post" American Art Review November-December 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 6)


Robyn G. Peterson

American Art Review "Edward Borein" July-August 97 (status)

Definitive Book on Frederick Carder Published (10/12/98)

Edward Borein, The Artist's Life and Work; essay by Robyn G. Peterson (6/13/08)

Susan Peterson

Pottery by American Indian Women: The Legacy of Generations, By Susan Peterson, Published 1997, ISBN: 978-0-7892-0353-3. (online book excerpt available from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)


Patricia Phagan

"The American Scene and the South" American Art Review September-October 97 (status)

Prints of the Midwest by Jackson Lee Nesbitt on View at the Georgia Museum of Art (3/20/99)

"American Mural Drawings of the 1930s and 1940s" American Art Review January-February 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 1)

For the People: American Mural Drawings of the 1930s and 1940s; essay by Patricia E. Phagan (5/1/08)

The American Scene and the South: Paintings and Works on Paper, 1930 - 1946; Introduction by Patricia E. Phagan (5/2/08)


Paul Piazza

Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center: History of Collections, 1986, Paul Piazza, Director, "Introduction" on History of Center (3 pages) [status]


Sumpter Priddy, III

Magazine Antiques American fancy: Exuberance in the Arts, 1790-1840, May, 2004 by Sumpter Priddy, III


Patricia Jobe Pierce

American Impressionism to Modernism: A Brief History by Patricia Jobe Pierce (9/10/99)

Marguerite S. Pearson (1898-1978) by Patricia Jobe Pierce

Anne Carleton by Patricia Jobe Pierce 1878-1968 (5/18/01)

William S. Barrett's Sea and Shore by John Douglas Ingraham (5/22/01)


Dianne H. Pilgrim

"Inherited from the Past: The American Period Room" American Art Journal ( vol. 10, no. 1; 1978)

"The Revival of Pastels in Nineteenth-Century America: The Society of Painters in Pastel" American Art Journal ( vol. 10, no. 2; 1978)

"The Horowitz Collection of American Impressionists" American Art Review September-October 1973 (Volume I, Number 1)

"National Gallery's Impressionist Show" American Art Review January-February 1974 (Volume 1, Number 2)


Edmund P. Pillsbury

John Alexander: Virtuoso Draughtsman, essay by Edmund P. Pillsbury, Ph.D. (4/2/03)


Patricia Pinson

Visual Harmony: Melody, Words and Birds of Walter Anderson, article by Patricia Pinson (7/28/04)


Ronald G. Pisano

"William de Leftwich Dodge: Impressions Home and Abroad" American Art Review July-August 98 (status)

"The Tile Club, 1877-1887" American Art Review November-December 1999 (Volume XI, Number 6)

The Tile Club and the Aesthetic Movement in America, 1877 - 1887 (1/25/00)

Whitney Hubbard: A 125th Birthday Exhibition (7/18/00)

"Whitney Myron Hubbard" American Art Review July-August 2000 (Volume XII, Number 4)

Long Island: Morning, Noon & Night (5/21/01)

American Impressionism Goes West, essay by Charles C. Eldredge, PhD (8/17/01)

"The Only Miss Beaux": Photographs of Cecilia Beaux and her Circle; essay by Cheryl Leibold (9/2/02)

Magazine Antiques The Tile Club, Feb, 2000 by Ronald G. Pisano


Peter Plagens

Fort Worth Art Center: Drawings, 1969, Peter Plagens, Essay (No title, 10 pages) [status]

Drawings: The Fort Worth Art Center Museum; essay by Peter Plagens (8/6/08)


Frederick Platt

"A Brief Autobiography of William de Leftwich Dodge" American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 2; 1982)


Susan Platt

Art Journal Berenice Abbott: Changing New York, the Complete WPA Project - Review, Summer, 1999 by Susan Platt


Lee Plested

An American Gothic; essay by Lee Plested (2/3/11)


Maureen Hart Hennessey & Stephanie Haboush Plunkett

"Norman Rockwell & the Artists of New Rochelle" American Art Review September-October 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 5)


Christine Podmaniczky

N. C. Wyeth and the Philadelphia Sketch Club; text by Christine Podmaniczky (4/29/10)


Jessie Poesch

"A British Officer and His 'New York' Cottage: An American Vernacular Brought to England" American Art Journal ( vol. 20, no. 4 ; 1988)

Frances K. Pohl

American Art Review "In the Eye of the Storm: An Art of Conscience 1930-1970" December 95-January 96 (status)

Common Man, Mythic Vision: The Paintings of Ben Shahn (11/17/98)


Marcelle Polednik

"Oscar Bluemner: A Passion for Color" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5)


Alexandra Polemis

"Prospecting the Northwestern Landscape" American Art Review, May-June 2008 (Volume XX, Number 3)


Peter Pollack

"The Lithographs of Ivan Albright" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 1; 1976)


Duncan Pollock

"The Philip Anschutz Collection of Western Painting" American Art Review November-December 1975 (Volume II, Number 6)


Kristin Poole

After Lewis and Clark: Explorer Artists in the American West , with caalogue essay excerpt by Kristin Poole (12/8/00)


Elfrat Aldere Porat

American Art Review "Dennis Miller Bunker: A Tribute to an American Impressionist" April-May 95 (status)


Jane L. Port

Magazine Antiques Boston's nineteenth century ship carvers, Nov, 2000 by Jane L. Port


Dean A. Porter

"William Glackens" American Art Review July-August 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 4)

William J. Glackens, Painter: A Tribute to C. Richard Hilker, Patron; article by Dean Porter (8/24/01)

"The Taos Art Museum & Fechin House" American Art Review March-April 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 2) -- see reprint from Taos Art Mseum

"The Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway Collection"American Art Review January-February 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 1)

"25th Anniversary of the Snite Museum of Art" American Art Review November-December 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 6)


Dean Porter and Seth Hopkins

"Booth Western Art Museum" American Art Review July-August 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 4)


Dean A. Porter and Jochen Wierich

"The Taos Society of Artists & Ancient Cultures" American Art Review July-August 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 4)


Mary Poser

Emily Groom; essay segment by Mary Poser, assisted in research and documentation by Elizabeth Groom and Helen Johnston (10/26/01)


Pamela Potter-Hennessey

To Paris and Back: Albert Jean Adolphé -- An Artist's Journey, by Pamela Potter-Hennessey (6/24/01)


Earl A. Powell, III

Magazine Antiques Thomas Cole's 'Voyage of Life' in the National Gallery of Art, Jan, 1997 by Earl A. Powell, III


Richard J. Powell

"'In My Family of Primitiveness and Tradition': William H. Johnson's Jesus and the Three Mary American Art (Vol. 5, No. 4; Fall 1991)

"Cinqué: Antislavery Portraiture and Patronage in Jacksonian America" American Art (Vol. 11, No. 3; Fall 1997)

"Jacob Lawrence: Keep On Movin'" American Art (Vol. 15, No. 1; Spring 2001)

"Art of the Harlem Renaissance" American Art Review March-April 98 (status)

"Writing African American Art History" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 1; Spring 2003)

Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance (1/21/98)

To Conserve a Legacy: American Art from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (9/3/99)

Duke University Museum of Art (10/29/99)

The Barkley L. Hendricks Experience (3/17/01)

To Be Real, by Richard J. Powell (6/8/01)

A Personal Reflection on The Barkley L. Hendricks Experience - As I See It, by Floyd R. Thomas, Jr. (6/8/01)

African American Art; essay by Richard Powell (2/18/05)

Circle Dance: The Art of John T. Scott; essay by Richard J. Powell (5/16/05)


William L. Pressly

"Gilbert Stuart's The Skater: An Essay in Romantic Melancholy" American Art Journal ( vol. 18, no. 1; 1986)


Charles R. Preston

Wild Horses: An Intgral part of the Natural System; essay by Charles R. Preston (7/17/99)

Robert E. Preszler

William H. Singer, Jr.; essay by Robert E. Preszler (12/22/03)


B. Byron Price

Fine Art of the West, By B. Byron Price, Published 2004, ISBN: 978-0-7892-0659-6. (online book excerpt available from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)


Charles Price

"American Works on Paper, From a Private Collection" American Art Review December 96 (status)

Taking the Road Not Taken: American Works on Paper from a Private Collection; essay by Charles Price (7/23/08)


Joan Elliott Price

"Vinnie Ream Hoxie: The Early Sculptures" American Art Review February 97 (status)


Marshall N. Price

"Colin Campbell Cooper: Impressions of New York" American Art Review March-April 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 2)


Daniel Prince

"Giants of Tennessee: The Primitive Folk Sculpture of Enoch T. Wickham" American Art Review November-December 1975 (Volume II, Number 6)

American Art Review "A Good Likeness: Techniques in Self-Taught Portraiture" December 94 -January 95 (status)


David L. Prince

American Art Review Spring 93 (status)


Allan Pringle

"Albert Bierstadt in Canada" American Art Journal ( vol. 17, no. 1; 1985)

"Robert S. Duncanson in Montreal, 1863-1865" American Art Journal ( vol. 17, no. 4; 1985)


Renny Pritikin

You See: The Early Years of the UC Davis Studio Art Faculty; essay by Renny Pritikin (2/14/08)


Sally M. Promey

"Celestial Visions: Shaker Images and Art Historical Method" American Art (Vol. 7, No. 2; Spring 1993)

"The Ribband of Faith: George Inness, Color Theory, and the Swedenborgian Church" American Art Journal ( vol. 26, nos. 1 and 2; 1994)

Art Bulletin Sargent's truncated 'Triumph': art and religion at the Boston Public Library, 1890-1925 - painter John Singer Sargent, (essay) June, 1997  by Sally M. Promey


Beatrice Gilman Proske

"Horatio Greenough's Bacchus" American Art Journal ( vol. 6, no. 1; 1974)


Paul Raymond Provost

"Winslow Homer's The Fog Warning: The Fisherman as Heroic Character" American Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 1; 1990)


Jules David Prown

"Winslow Homer in His Art" American Art (Vol. 1, No. 1; Spring 1987)

"Benjamin West and the Use of Antiquity" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 2; Summer 1996)


Jeannene M. Przyblyski

Art Journal American visions at the Paris Exposition, 1900: another look at Frances Benjamin Johnston's Hampton photographs. Fall, 1998  by Jeannene M. Przyblyski [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]


Kathleen Pyne

"Evolutionary Typology and the American Woman in the Work of Thomas Dewing" American Art (Vol. 7, No. 4; Fall 1993)

"Whistler and the Politics of the Urban Picturesque" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 3-4; Summer/Fall 1994)


(Above: William Henry von Herwig, Old Mission, 1924, oil on burlap, 34 x 30 inches. Private Collection.)

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