Resource Library articles and essays from 2001 to 2002 with the topic "American 18-19th Century Figurative and Portrait Art"



Whistler, Women, and Fashion (8/12/02)

George Catlin and His Indian Gallery (7/31/02)

Sargent's "Madame X"; or, Assertion and Retreat in Woman; essay by Lynette Abel (7/1/02)

Cecilia Beaux: The Oil Sketch and Representationist Thought in the Philadelphia School of Painting; essay by Patrick Connors (5/14/02)

His and Hers: Folk Portraits of Husbands and Wives (4/26/02)

Whistler's Nudes at the Freer Gallery of Art (2/13/02)

George Washington by Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828) at The Frick Collection (2/11/02)

Lincoln and Washington: The Printmakers Blessed Their Union; article by Harold Holzer (2/4/02)

The Early Portraits of Lincoln; article by Louis A. Warren (1/9/02)

Love ond Loss: American Portrait and Mourning Miniatures (2/26/01)

Love and Loss: American Portrait and Mourning Miniatures at Yale University Art Gallery (2/26/01

A Brush with History: Paintings from the National Portrait Gallery (1/19/01)


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