Resource Library articles and essays from 1999 to 2000 with the topic "American 18-19th Century Figurative and Portrait Art"



Thomas Sully in the Metropolitan (6/12/00)

Henry Benbridge (1743 - 1812): Charleston Portrait Painter (6/5/00)

Eastman Johnson: Painting America (2/16/00)

New Mexican Madonnas, 1775-1998 (12/19/99)

"Almost a Deception ..."John Singleton Copley and Company in Williamsburg (11/25/99)

Miniature Portraits: Leila Waring (10/11/99)

Charleston Connections: 1670 -1865 (10/11/99)

John Singleton Copley and Margaret Kemble Gage: Turkish Fashion in 18th Century America (6/11/99)

Sargent in the Studio: Drawings, Sketchbooks, and Oil Sketches (6/8/99)

John Singer Sargent at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (6/4/99)

Frank Duveneck (1848-1919): Virtuoso of the Brush (5/30/99)

Abbott Thayer: The Nature of Art (5/16/99)

Facing the Past: Portraits from the Permanent Collection of Muscarelle Museum of Art (5/12/99)

American Art at Biltmore House (5/11/99)

Espana: American Artists and the Spanish Experience (2/20/99)

Copley Painting Stays in Philadelphia (2/7/99)

Whistler and Vanderbilt: An Artist and His Patron (2/6/99)

John Singer Sargent (2/4/99)

First in the Hearts of His Countrymen: George Washington (2/2/99)


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