By John Caldwell, Oswaldo Rodriguez Roque, Dale T. Johnson, Kathleen Luhrs, Carrier Rebora, Patricia R. Windels
This paintings completes the three-volume catalog of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's striking number of American portray. quantity I makes a speciality of a huge number of a few 315 work through approximately one hundred twenty artists courting from the early eighteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century. The museum's assortment positive factors eighteenth-century photos and heritage work via such very important artists as John Smibert, Joseph Blackburn, John Singleton Copley, Benjamin West, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, and John Trumbull. artistic endeavors by way of the founders of the Hudson River tuition, Thomas Cole and Asher B. Durand, in addition to America's such a lot profitable style painters, William Sidney Mount and George Caleb Bingham, also are integrated during this catalog. The catalog proceeds chronologically, supplying a radical dialogue of every portray, a biography of the artist, bibliographical references, an exhibition heritage, and knowledge on provenance.
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American Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vol. 1 by John Caldwell, Oswaldo Rodriguez Roque, Dale T. Johnson, Kathleen Luhrs, Carrier Rebora, Patricia R. Windels