2002-2005 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "American 19-20th Century Figurative and Portrait Art"

 



Pretty Women: Freer and the Ideal of Feminine Beauty (8/3/05)

Seymour Thomas: A Texas Genius Rediscovered (4/22/05)

Great Expectations: John Singer Sargent Painting Children (4/11/05)

Seeing People: Paintings from the National Academy of Design (1/17/04)

C.C.A. Christensen's Panoramas (1/6/03)

John Singer Sargent and Italy (1/3/03)

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

Portrait/Self-Portrait: Selections from the Permanent Collection (8/20/02)

Aimée Ernesta and Eliza Cecilia: Two Sisters, Two Choices; essay by Tara Leigh Tappert (7/25/02)

The Honesty of Thomas Eakins; essay by Don Gray (7/22/02)

Thomas Eakins (6/6/02)

An Art in Living (catalogue essay for The Art of Lucy May Stanton), by Betty Alice Fowler (5/31/02)

"The Greatest Woman Painter": Cecilia Beaux, Mary Cassatt, and Issues of Female Fame; essay by Nancy Mowll Mathews (5/30/02)

Gentle Modernist: The Art of Susan Watkins, 1875-1913 (5/25/02)

The Gilded Cage: Views of American Women, 1873 - 1921 (5/15/02)

The Art of Lucy May Stanton (5/14/02)

 

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