Resource Library articles and essays from 2007 to 2009 with the topic "American 18-19th Century Figurative and Portrait Art"



Thomas Hovenden: American Painter of Hearth and Homeland; article by Michael Schantz (4/22/09)

Patrick Henry: Sentinel for the People, article by William Rasmussen (2/2/09)

First Fitzhughs of Virginia: A Colonial Dynasty Painted by John Hesselius, article by William Rasmussen (1/30/09)

Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend, article by William Rasmussen (1/29/09)

Introduction: Enlarging a Little Giant; essay by Harold Holzer (8/21/08)

Charles Willson Peale and His Family of Painters; essay by Louise Lippincott (7/24/08)

John Singleton Copley's 'Native' Realism & His English 'Improvement'; exhibition description by Emily Ballew Neff (11/8/07)

Tracing the Nation: Recently Acquired American Drawings (9/17/07)

The Peale Legacy: The Art of an American Family, 1770-1870; article by Lillian Miller (6/6/07)

In Pursuit of Fame: Rembrandt Peale, 1778 - 1860; article by Lillian Miller (6/5/07)


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