1999 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "American 19-20th Century Representational Art"

 



 

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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

California State Capitol Art Collection (1/6/99)

Lasting Impressions: Original Prints and Vintage Photographs from the Stephen W. and Mary M. Pruitt Collection (1/6/99)

The Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art (1/4/00)

Lasting Impressions: American Women Artists from the Sellars Collection (12/15/99)

Two Hundred Years of American Art: 1746-1946 (12/14/99)

The Gilded Age: Treasures from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American Art (12/11/99)

Two Special Exhibitions Focus on Yale's Permanent Collections of American Art (12/6/99)

Sunlight and Shadow: American Impressionism 1885 - 1945 (12/4/99)

150 Years of Wisconsin Printmaking (11/22/99)

Recent Acquisitions of Western Art by the Stark Museum of Art (11/22/99)

History and Highlights: The Art Gallery's Permanent Collection (11/11/99)

Sunlight and Shadow: American Impressionism, 1885-1945 (11/11/99)

Powerful Images: Portrayals of Native America (10/30/99)

The City and the Country: American Perspectives 1870-1920 (10/18/99)

Rediscovering Roots: Terre Haute Artists in the Swope Collection (10/15/99)

From Baca to Burlin: An Insider's View (10/10/99)

The Fieldstone Collection: Impressionism in Southern California (10/5/99)

Maurice Prendergast and His Associates: American Impressionist and Early Modernist Works on Paper from the WAM Collection (9/23/99)

Pacific Arcadia: Images of California, 1600-1915 (9/20/99)

Picturing Paradise: San Diego in the Eye of the Artist, 1875-1940 (9/20/99)

Treasures from the Collection: Three Centuries of Art in the American South (9/15/99)

Arthur Wesley Dow and American Arts & Crafts (9/13/99)

Paris 1900: The "American School" at the Universal Exposition (9/11/99)

American Impressionism to Modernism: A Brief History (9/10/99)

For Posterity: Selections from the National Academy of Design (9/9/99)

To Conserve a Legacy: American Art from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (9/3/99)

14th annual C.M. Russell Museum Benefit (7/12/99)

Visions of Home: American Impressionist Images of Suburban Leisure and Country Comfort (7/11/99)

Decisive Moments: American Impressionist Painting from West Coast Collections (7/9/99)

The Hyde Collection and its American Art (6/22/99)

A Fertile Fellowship: Celebrating 125 Years of the Salmagundi Club (6/21/99)

Arthur Wesley Dow and American Arts & Crafts (6/21/99)

Renoir to Rothko: The Eye of Duncan Phillips (6/17/99)

Summer 1999 Exhibitions from the Anchorage Museum of History and Art Collection (6/15/99)

Opening the Door: Women in Art (6/7/99)

Cosmos: From Romanticism to the Avant-garde (6/7/99)

Surroundings: Responses to the American Landscape (6/2/99)

The Legend of John Brown by Jacob Lawrence (6/1/99)

The Life and Works of Ogden Pleissner at Shelburne Museum (5/12/99)

America Seen: People and Place (4/14/99)

Men Without Women: Paul Cadmus as Curator (4/13/99)

Jacob Lawrence--Aesop's Fables (4/11/99)

Woodland Sculpture Trail Opening Soon at Cheekwood (4/10/99)

Re/Righting History: Counternarratives in African-American Art (3/19/99)

The Artist as Subject (3/13/99)

The Art of Woodie Long (3/3/99)

American Realism: The Sara Roby Foundation Collection from the National Museum of American Art (3/2/99)

Milton Avery: Paintings from the Collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art (2/28/99)

Realism and Regionalism: Works on Paper from the Swope Collection (2/6/99)

America Seen: People and Place (2/2/99)

 

 

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