Author Study and Index

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Betye Saar

"Temple for Tomorrow: From the Collection of the National Museum of American Art" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 3-4; Summer/Fall 1994)

"Jacob Lawrence: From the Peter A. Juley & Son Collection" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 3-4; Summer/Fall 1994)

 

Harold Sack

"Viewpoints: The Beginnings of Collecting Colonial American Art and the Challenge Ahead" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 1; 1976)

 

Ponteir Sackery

Renowned Contemporary Wildlife Artist Robert Bateman; article by Ponteir Sackery (5/30/97)

 

Robin Salmon

"Sculpture from Brookgreen Gardens," American Art Review July-August 97 (status)

Sculpture from Brookgreen Gardens, article by Robin R. Salmon (2/12/09)

Suffragettes, Free Spirits and Trendsetters: Women Sculptors in America; essay by Robin Salmon (2/25/09)

Anna Hyatt Huntington: A Collector's Eye; article by Robin Salmon (2/17/10)

Red, White, and Blue: American Sculpture for and by Veterans; article by Robin Salmon (6/17/10)

 

Linda Bantel Samter

"'High Style' in 18th Century New England and London Exhibition Reviews" American Art Review July 1977 (Volume IV, Number 1)

 

Stephanie Sanchez

The Paintings of Robert Chiarito and Patrick Morrison; essay by Stephanie Sanchez (9/9/02)

 

Jorge H. Santis

The Spectacle of Life: The Art of William Glackens; essay by Jorge H. Santis (7/22/09)

 

Charles A. Sarnoff

"The Meaning of William Rimmer's Flight and Pursuit " American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 1; 1973)

 

Julie Sasse

Private Icons, Cultural Perspectives: The Painting and Sculpture by Rudy Fernandez, essay by Julie Sasse (6/27/01)

 

Richard H. Saunders

"A 'Smibert' Portrait Reattributed to Thomas Gibson" American Art Journal ( vol. 21, no. 4; 1989)

"Genius and Glory: John Singleton Copley's The Death of Major Peirson " American Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 3; 1990)

"The Blanton Museum of Art, C. R. Smith Collection" American Art Review November-December 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 6)

 

Kirk Savage

"'A Forcible Piece of Weird Decoration': Whistler and The Gold Scab" American Art (Vol. 4, No. 2; Spring 1990)

 

Jennifer Saville

"Hawaii and its People" American Art Review May-June 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 3)

"American Studio Sculpture: Early 20th Century Works" American Art Review November-December 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 6)

 

Phil Schaltenbrand

Western Pennsylvania's Stoneware Potters; essay by Phil Schaltenbrand (6/28/07)

 

Michael William Schantz

"Woodmere Art Museum, The Artists' Museum," American Art Review April-May 94 (status),

"Thomas Hovenden, American Painter of Hearth & Homeland," American Art Review October-November 95 (status),

"Frank English, Images of a Vanishing American Landscape", American Art Review April-May 96 (status)

"The Collectors & Students of Arthur B. Carles" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2) (status)

Joseph Thurman Pearson, Jr., A Painter in the Grand Manner (4/10/01)

"Joseph Thurman Pearson, Jr." American Art Review May-June 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 3) (status)

(Philadelphia) Central High School Alumni Exhibition (4/17/02)

"The Pennsylvania Impressionist Legacy" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5) (status)

The Pennsylvania Impressionist Legacy; article by Michael Schantz (4/22/09)

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

Frank English: Images of a Vanishing American Landscape; article by Michael Schantz (4/22/09)

 

Marvin A. Schenck

Milford Zornes: A Painter of Influence; essay by Carolyn Wing Greenlee and Marvin A. Schenck (10/1/13)

Maurice Logan, Artist and Designer, essay by Marvin A. Schenck (7/26/01)

 

Jean Schiffman

Hobos to Street People: Artists' Responses to Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present; article by Jean Schiffman (3/12/09)

 

Brenda Schmahmann

"Casting a Glance, Diverting the Gaze: George Segal's Representation of the Female Body" American Art (Vol. 12, No. 3; Fall 1998)

 

Victoria Sandwick Schmitt

"Roy Mason, Sporting Artist" American Art Review April-May 96 (status)

Roy M. Mason: Sporting Artist; article by Victoria Sandwick Schmitt (2/26/09)

 

Claudia Schmuckli

Signs of Intelligent Life; essay by Claudia Schmuckli (9/17/07)

 

Rona Schneider

"The American Etching Revival: Its French Sources and Early Years"  American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 4; 1982)

"The Career of James David Smillie (1833-1909) as Revealed in His Diaries" American Art Journal ( vol. 16, no. 1; 1984)

 

Susan E. Schockley and Stephanie A. Strass

"The Art of Willie Betty Newman" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1) (status)

 

Janie Scholes

Gardens of Santa Barbara and Hughcs at Napa Museum, by Janie Scholes (10/21/00)

 

Anita Schorsch

"Mourning Art: A Neoclassical Reflection in America" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 1; 1976)

 

Helen Schretlen

"The William & Anna Singer Collection" American Art Review January-February 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 1)

 

Michael D. Schroeder

Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction; text by Michael D. Schroeder and J. Gray Sweeney (8/29/03)

 

Marlene R. Schulz

American Art Review "The Life and Art of Edward Borein" September-October 98 (status)

 

Willa T. Schuster

American Art Review "Art is Upon the Town: Mystic Art Association" April-May 96 (status)

Art Is Upon the Town: A Retrospective Exhibition; article by Willa T. Schuster (2/26/09)

 

Constance Schwartz

Old New York and Artists of the Period: 1900-1941; essays by Constance Schwartz and Franklin Hill Perrell (7/19/01)

Red Grooms: Ruckus in Roslyn; essays by Constance Schwartz and Franklin Hill Perrell (11/4/05)

Infamous New York: Bosses, Burlesque & Mayhem; essay by Constance Schwartz (2/16/06)

"Infamous New York" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

Towards Popular Art; essay by Constance Schwartz (2/8/08)

Iris Apfel: Rare Bird of Fashion; essay by Constance Schwartz (5/17/08)

Tiffany Lamps: Articles of Utility, Objects of Beauty; essay by Constance Schwartz (9/3/08)

 

Richard A. Schwartz

Richard Duncan and the Legacy of Modern Art; essay by Richard A. Schwartz (7/17/02)

 

Paul D. Schweizer

"Genteel Taste at the National Academy of Design's Annual Exhibitions, 1891-1910" American Art Review July-August 1975 (Volume II, Number 4)

"Washington Irving's Friendship with William Edward West and the Impact of His History of New York on John Quidor" American Art Journal ( vol. 17, no. 2; 1985)

"William J. Weaver and His 'Chymical and Mechanical' Portraits of Alexander Hamilton" American Art Journal ( vol. 30, nos. 1 and 2; 1999)

"American Master Drawings at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute" American Art Review February-March 95 (status),

"Masterworks from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute" American Art Review May-June 98 (status)

The Voyage of Life: A Chronology, by Dr. Paul D. Schweizer (6/5/01)

 

Amy Scott

Yosemite: Art of an American Icon, By Amy Scott, Published 2006 by University of California Press, Landscape photography. 221 pages. ISBN:0520249224. Google Book Search says of this book:

This lavishly illustrated volume offers a stunning new view of Yosemite's visual history by presenting two hundred works of art together with provocative essays that explore the rich intersections between art and nature in this incomparable Sierra Nevada wilderness. Integrating the work of Native peoples, it provides the first inclusive view of the artists who helped create an icon of the American wilderness by featuring painting, photography, basketry, and other artworks from both well-known and little-studied artists from the nineteenth century to the present. Yosemite: Art of an American Icon pursues several evocative themes, including the relationship between environment and aesthetics in Yosemite; the various ways in which artists have shaped how we see and use the park; and the dynamic intersections between art, nature, and commerce that have played out during its history. In addition to offering a wide-ranging view of Yosemite's art over the past two centuries, the volume provides intriguing insights into the complexities and contradictions inherent in its enduring image as both an unspoiled natural wonder and a must-see spot for sightseers.With Essays by Amy Scott, William Deverell, Kate Nearpass Ogden, Gary F. Kurutz, Brian Bibby, Jennifer A. Watts, and Jonathan Spaulding Copub: Museum of the American West

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Bill Scott

Penelope Harris, essay by Bill Scott (9/13/01)

 

Gail R. Scott

"Carl Sprinchorn: King of the Woods" American Art Review May-June 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 3)

"E. Ambrose Webster: Pioneer Modernist" American Art Review, November-December 2008 (Volume XX, Number 6)

 

Gerry D. Scott, III

"San Antonio Museum of Art" American Art Review November-December 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 6)

A National Image: The American Painting And Sculpture Collection in the San Antonio Museum of Art; Introduction by Gerry D. Scott, III (1/31/05)

 

Samuel Scott

"Sketched at Sea" American Art Review September-October 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 5)

 

Sue Scott

Frank Moore: Green Thumb in a Dark Eden; essay by Sue Scott (7/12/02)

 

Marjorie Searl

"All Around Town: Artists' New York" American Art Review July-August 2003 (Volume XV, Number 4)

If Elected I Will Serve: Election Images from the Permanent Collection; essay by Marjorie Searl (10/11/04)

 

Marjorie B. Searl & Ronald Netsky

"George Bellows at Woodstock" American Art Review March-April 2003 (Volume XV, Number 2)

 

John F. Sears

"Karl Bodmer's Eastern Views" American Art Review November 96 (status)

 

Robert Eskridge & Elizabeth Seaton

"Art from the Chicago Public Schools" American Art Review May-June 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 3)

 

Kent Seavey

Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art: Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925-1945 (1982), Kent Seavey, Guest Curator, Prologue/Introduction (5 pages) [status]

Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925 - 1945; texts by Kent Seavey (7/11/08)

 

Eric J. Segal

Art Bulletin Norman Rockwell and the fashioning of American masculinity (esaay) by Eric J. Segal

 

Henry J. Seldis

"Mary Cassatt. . . The Rebel Retrieved at Newport Beach" American Art Review March-ApriI1974 (Volume I, Number 3)

 

Dana Self

Seonna Hong; essay by Dana Self (11/13/06)

 

J. Daniel Selig

"A Visit to the Reading Museum, Part I" American Art Review January-February 1974 (Volume 1, Number 2)

 

David Sellin

Imogene Robinson Morrell (1837-1908), essay by David Sellin (11/8/02)

 

Charles Coleman Sellers

"Charles Willson Peale as Sculptor" American Art Journal ( vol. 2, no. 2; 1970)

"'Good Chiefs and Wise Men:' Indians as Symbols of Peace in the Art of Charles Willson Peale" American Art Journal ( vol. 7, no. 2; 1975)

 

Peter Selz

"Hans Hofmann Selections" American Art Review Winter 93 (status)

Frank Moore: Green Thumb in a Dark Eden; essay by Sue Scott (7/12/02)

 

Peter Selz & Thalia Cheronis Selz

"Greek American Artists of the 20th Century" American Art Review November-December 1999 (Volume XI, Number 6)

 

Rebecca Senf

"Debating Modern Photography" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)

 

Jonathan Fairbanks & Gail Serfaty

"Americana from the U. S. Department of State" American Art Review March-April 2003 (Volume XV, Number 2)

 

Jacquelyn Days Serwer

"Heroic Relics: The Art of Robert Cottingham" American Art (Vol. 12, No. 2; Summer 1998)

"On Remembering the Unforgettable Larry Rivers (1923­2002)" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 1; Spring 2003)

 

Ralph Sessions

"Shop & Cigar Store Figures in America" American Art Review November-December 97 (status)

The Image Business: Shop and Cigar Store Figures in America; article by Ralph Sessions (4/22/09)

 

David Setford

"George Bellows: Love of Winter" American Art Review July-August 98 (status)

Norton Museum Organizes Bellows Exhibition (7/28/97)

 

Martha R. Severens

"Greenville County Museum of Art, The Southern Collection" American Art Review December 95-January 96 (status)

"The Charleston Renaissance" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5) (status)

"Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2) (status)

"Southern Scene" American Art Review January-February 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 1) (status)

The Fanciful World of Helen DuPré Moseley; with essay by Martha R. Severens (1/3/00)

"American Impressionism in Context" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1) (status)

Hubert Shuptrine; essay by Martha R. Severens (1/28/02)

"Sidney Dickinson: Southern Allegories" American Art Review May-June 2003 (Volume XV, Number 3) (status)

Alfreda's World; article by Martha R. Severens (5/27/03)

"Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America" American Art Review March-April 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 2) (status)

"Waterworks: 150 Years of Watercolor" American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5) (status)

Magazine Antiques Who was Henrietta Johnston? - unknown painter, Nov, 1995 by Martha R. Severens

"William H. Johnson: Native Son" American Art Review May-June 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 3) (status)

"What Modern Looked Like" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5) (status)

"An American Celebration" American Art Review July-August 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 4) (status)

"The Art of History" American Art Review September-October 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 5) (status)

The Charleston Renaissance; article by Martha R. Severens (7/3/07)

"Joshua Shaw: A Paradise of Riches" American Art Review, September-October 2008 (Volume XX, Number 5) (status)

The Southern Collection: A New Look at American Art History; article by Martha R. Severens (2/26/09)

Southern Scene; article by Martha R. Severens (2/28/09)

Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America; article by Martha R. Severens (3/4/09)

Waterworks: 150 Years of Watercolor; article by Martha R. Severens (3/4/09)

What Modern Looked Like; article by Martha R. Severens (3/7/09)

An American Celebration; article by Martha R. Severens (3/10/09)

Preservation of Place: The Art of Edward Rice; essay by Martha R. Severens (9/1/11)

Wonder and Enlightenment: Artist-Naturalists in the Early American South; article by Philip R. Archer and Martha R. Severens (2/25/12)

Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life; article by Martha R. Severens (11/4/13)

 

Darrel L. Sewell

"Three Centuries of Philadelphia Artists" American Art Review May-June 1976 (Volume III, Number 3)

 

Linda Shaffer

"Restoration of Works of Art on Paper" American Art Review May-June 1974 (Volume I, Number 4)

 

Helen M. Shannon

Art Journal Jacob Lawrence: Breaking the line of scholarship. . - Reviews - book review, Spring, 2002 by Helen M. Shannon

 

Joshua A. Shannon

Art Bulletin Claes Oldenburg's The Street and urban renewal in Greenwich Village, 1960, (essay) March, 2004  by Joshua A. Shannon [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

David Shapiro

"Search for an American Image" American Art Review May-June 1974 (Volume I, Number 4)

 

Michael E. Shapiro

"Hamilton College's Alumni Collectors" American Art Review March-April 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 2)

 

Kevin Sharp

Order and Experience in Harold Gregor's Illinois; essay by Kevin Sharp (8/30/06)

 

Lewis I. Sharp

"John Quincy Adams Ward: Historical and Contemporary Influences" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 2; 1972)


Margy P. Sharpe

"Thomas Cole, Landscape into History" American Art Review April-May 94 (status)

 

William Sharpe

"New York, Night, and Cultural Mythmaking: The Nocturne in Photography, 1900-1925" American Art (Vol. 2, No. 3; Fall 1988)

 

Maria Sharylen

"Where Eagles Fly, Artists of the Pacific Northwest" American Art Review April-May 94 (status)

Kimball Art Center (7/7/99)

American Academy of Women Artists (AAWA) Fifth Annual Signature Exhibition and Workshop (7/28/99)

The Other Side of the West (3/30/00)

Where Eagles Fly: Artists of the Pacific Northwest; article by Maria Sharylen (3/23/09)

 

Christine F. Shearer

"Ohio Women Painters, 1870-1950" American Art Review May-June 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 3)

"Midwestern Visions of Impressionism" American Art Review July-August 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 4)

 

M. Kathryn Sheilds

"Mark Rothko, The Late Years" American Art Review February-March 94 (status)

 

Lewis Shepard

"Willard Metcalf Exhibition Review" American Art Review August 1977 (Volume IV, Number 2)

 

Raymond V. Shepherd, Jr.

"Cliveden and Its Philadelphia-Chippendale Furniture: A Documented History" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 2; 1976)

 

Charlotte Sherman and Benjamin Horowitz

William Gropper; essay by Charlotte Sherman and Benjamin Horowitz (7/11/02)

 

Randi E. Sherman

"New Deal Sculpture and Ceramics in Cleveland, 1933-1943" American Art Review July-August 1975 (Volume II, Number 4)

 

Karen Sherry

"John Sloan: Works on Paper" American Art Review November-December 97 (status)

"The Luce Center of American Art" American Art Review January-February 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 1)

"Francis Guy's Brooklyn, 1820" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

 

Earle G. Shettleworth

The Role of Photography in the Art of S. P. Rolt Triscott, essay by Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. (1/7/03)

"Charles Frederick Kimball (1831-1903" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5)

"Harrison Bird Brown, 1831-1915" American Art Review January-February 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 1)

The Making of an Artist: Mildred G. Burrage's Early Years; essay by Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. (5/14/12)

 

Scott A. Shields

"Memorable Wreaths: Love, Death, and the Classical Text in La Farge's Agathon to Erosanthe and Wreath of Flowers" American Art (Vol. 11, No. 2; Summer 1997)

American Revolutions: The Other Side of Modern, 1900-1945; essay by Scott A. Shields (3/14/01)

Marsden Hartley: American Modern: article by Scott Shields (8/30/05)

"The Monterey Peninsula Art Colony" American Art Review January-February 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 1)

"Edwin Deakin: California Painter of the Picturesque" American Art Review, January-February 2008 (Volume XX, Number 1)

 

Scott Shields and Julianne Burton-Carvajal

Will Sparks: California's Mission Painter; essay by Scott Shields and Julianne Burton-Carvajal (3/3/09)

 

Patricia M. Shippee

"Roger W. Dennis Impressionist Garden" American Art Review July-August 1999 (Volume XI, Number 4)

Nature's Palette: The Roger W. Dennis Impressionist Garden, by Patricia M. Shippee (9/19/99)

 

Susan Shockley

The Preservation of Form: Kath Girdler Engler; article by Susan Shockley (10/9/08)

 

Susan Sidlauskas

"Painting Skin: John Singer Sargent's Madame X" American Art (Vol. 15, No. 3; Fall 2001)

 

Daniel A. Siedell

"Robert Henri and His Influence" American Art Review May-June 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 3)

 

Nancy Siegel

Introduction to "Along the Juniata: Thomas Cole and the Dissemination of American Landscape Imagery"; essay by Nancy Siegel (7/10/03)

 

Wes Siegrist

The American Revival Period in Miniature Painting / Thoughts on the Future of Miniature Art; essays by Wes Siegrist (4/8/09)

 

Robert Silberman

"Why a Duck?: Birds in Art and Bird Art" American Art (Vol. 3, No. 2; Spring 1989)

 

Robert M. Sill

"Portraits by Illinois Artists Past & Present" American Art Review January-February 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 1)

 

Ellen Simak

"George L.K Morris, Arizona Alter" American Art Review February-March 94 (status)

George L. K. Morris: Arizona Alter; article by Ellen Simak (4/24/09)

 

Charles Simic

On Great Bay: Paintings by Christopher Cook and Arthur DiMambro, with essays by Charles Simic and Theodore Weesner (10/31/01)

 

Glori Simmons

Power Up: Serigraphs by Corita Kent; text by Glori Simmons (3/29/08)

 

Lowrey Stokes Simms

American Art Review "Still Life: The Object in American Art, 1915-1995 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art" September-October 97 (status)

 

Leonard Simon

"The American Presence of the Black Artist" American Art Review November-December 1976 (Volume III, Number 6)

 

Georgiana Kennedy Simpson

A Guide to Indian Jewelry of the Southwest, By Georgiana Kennedy Simpson. Published 1999 by Western National Parks Association. 48 pages. ISBN:158369000X. Google Books says: "The third in our series of best-selling guides to collectible Indian crafts. Features bright, clear photographs of work by Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo artists. Brief text details the meticulous tasks these artists perform to create a southwestern style of wearable art."Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (left: front cover, A Guide to Indian Jewelry of the Southwest. Photo courtesy Google Books)

 

Jeffrey Simpson

"The Way Life Was" American Art Review January-February 1975 (Volume II, Number 1)

 

Marc Simpson

"Thomas Eakins and His Arcadian Works" American Art (Vol. 1, No. 2; Fall 1987)

"Windows on the Past: Edwin Austin Abbey and Francis Davis Millet in England" American Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 3; 1990)

Magazine Antiques Robert Sterling as a collector of Sargent - works of painter John Singer Sargent in Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Oct, 1997 by Marc Simpson [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

Patterson Sims

Jan Matulka - The Global Modernist; with Catalogue Introduction by Patterson Sims (7/19/04)

 

Rod Slemmons

Just Look At It; essay by Rod Slemmons (3/24/05)

 

Julie L. Sloan and James L. Yarnall

"Art of an Opaline Mind: The Stained Glass of John La Farge" American Art Journal ( vol. 24, nos. 1 and 2; 1992)

 

James Smalls

"Writing African American Art History" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 1; Spring 2003)

 

Ann Smith and Frances Chamberlain

"Mattatuck Museum" American Art Review May-June 97 (status)

"John Frederick Kensett and the Connecticut Shore" American Art Review September-October 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 5) (status)

"Images of Northwest Connecticut" American Art Review May-June 2003 (Volume XV, Number 3) (status)

The Mattarock Museum; essay by Ann Smith and Frances Chamberlain (4/9/04)

 

Jerry N. Smith

"Cityscapes & Urban Life from the Phoenix Art Museum" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5) (from Phoenix New Times, "Spin City, Old Urbanism," By Leanne Potts, Published on November 24, 2005: see this article on the exhibit)

 

Jessica Todd Smith

"Pressed in Time: American Prints 1905-1950" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)

 

Lauren Raye Smith

One Nation: Patriots and Pirates Portrayed by N.C. and James Wyeth; by Lauren Raye Smith (10/4/01)

 

Lucy Smith

Walter Hook (1919-1989): Scholar, Teacher, Artist; article by Lucy Smith (5/8/07)

 

Philip Chadwick Foster Smith

"Introduction," American Ship Portraits & Marine Painting, 1970, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY (status)

American Ship Portraits & Marine Painting, Introduction; essay by Philip Chadwick Foster Smith (1/8/09)

 

Raymond Smith

"Eva Newell, the Recent Discovery of a Nineteenth Century Photographer" American Art Review November-December 1975 (Volume II, Number 6)

 

Rex Alan Smith

The Carving of Mount Rushmore, By Rex Alan Smith, Published 1994, ISBN: 978-1-55859-665-8. (online book excerpt from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)

 

Todd D. Smith

Signs and Wonders: Urban Landscapes of Carolyn Swiszcz; essay by Todd D. Smith (7/15/01)

 

Julie Heller and Whitney Smith

Tirca Karlis Gallery: Pivotal Decades of Provincetown Art; essay by Julie Heller and Whitney Smith (8/17/11)

 

Katharine Smith-Warren

"Women Artists in Colorado" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2)

 

Harold S. Sniffen

"Antonio Jacobsen's Painted Ships on Painted Oceans" American Art Review December 95-January 96 (status)

Antonio Jacobsen's Painted Ships on Painted Oceans; article by Harold S. Sniffen (7/3/09)

 

David M. Sokol

"John Quidor, Literary Painter" American Art Journal ( vol. 2, no. 1; 1970)

"Government Support of the Arts: A Survey," American Art Review 1 (January-February, 1974): 81-86. (status)

"The Art of John Quidor" American Art Review May-June 1974 (Volume I, Number 4) (status)

"The American Scene: American Painting of the 1930's Book Review" American Art Review March-April 1975 (Volume II, Number 2) (status)

"The Publishing World and American Art" American Art Review January-February 1976 (Volume III, Number 1) (status)

"Sidney Laufman (1891-1985)." American Art Review 5 (Spring, 1993): 150-161. (status)

"John Quidor and the Literary Sources for His Paintings." Antiques 102 (October, 1972): 675-679

"Henry FewSmith and the Dusseldorf Academy." Antiques 104 (November, 1973): 867-871

"The Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, Illinois." Antiques 126 (November, 1984): 1156-1169

"American Art in the Maier Museum of Art." Antiques 136 (November, 1989): 1138-1147.

"An Important Exhibition." Connoisseur 184 (November, 1973): 202-204.

"Sidney Laufman's Early Success in France and at Home." Archives of American Art, Journal 32 (1992): 26-35. (Appeared 1994.)

"The Founding of Artists Equity Association After World War II." Archives of American Art, Journal 39 (1999):

"The Role of Women and the Influence of Universalist and Unitarian Feminist Thought on the Design of Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple." SECAC Review 12 (1992): 87-93.

 

Deborah Epstein Solon

What Made Laguna Beach Special; essay by Deborah Epstein Solon (1999)

"Travels of American Impressionists" American Art Review July-August 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 4)

In and Out of California: Travels of American Impressionists; essay by Deborah Epstein Solon (12/23/02)

"The Art & Life of Alson Skinner Clark" American Art Review March-April 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 2)

 

Deborah E. Solon and William H. Gerdts

"Colin Campbell Cooper, American Impressionist" American Art Review September-October 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 5)

 

Thomas P. Somma

"The Myth of Bohemia and the Savage Other: Paul Wayland Bartlett's Bear Tamer and Indian Ghost Dancer" American Art (Vol. 6, No. 3; Summer 1992)

 

Liz Sommer and Heather R. Haskell

"Currier & Ives: An American Panorama" American Art Review November-December 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 6)

 

Will South

California Impressionism, By William H. Gerdts and Will South, Published 1998, ISBN: 978-0-7892-0176-8. (online book excerpt from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)

"Stanton Macdonald-Wright & Synchromism" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2)

In and Out of California: The Participatory Nature of Early California Art; essay by Will South (12/17/02)

A Seed of Modernism: The Art Students League of Los Angeles, 1906-53; catalogue essays by Julia Armstrong-Totten, Marian Yoshiki-Kovinick, and Will South (3/4/08)

William Wendt: Plein Air Painter of California; essay by Will South (11/28/08)

 

Thomas W. Southall

"Hopi Mesa" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 3; Fall 1996)

 

Kim Spence

"The Rediscovered Imperial Whiskey Collection" American Art Review May-June 1999 (Volume XI, Number 3)

 

Harold Spencer

"Wilson Henry Irvine and the Poetry of Light" American Art Review July-August 98 (status)

American Impressionism: Paintings of Promise; essay by David R. Brigham (5/16/02)

People & Places: Childe Hassam and Maurice Prendergast, 1887-1923 (1/28/01)

Wilson Irvine and the Poetry of Light (7/25/98)

William H. Singer, Jr.; essay by Robert E. Preszler (12/22/03)

Wilson Henry Irvine and the Poetry of Light; essay by Harold Spencer (7/14/09)

 

John R. Spencer

"National Endowment for the Arts: The Museum Program" American Art Review July-August 1976 (Volume III, Number 4)

 

John D. Spiak

Mark Newport: Super Heroics, with gallery guide text by John D. Spiak (6/10/05)

Stella Lai: Let's Stop Pretending, with gallery guide text by John D. Spiak (8/24/05)

 

Randi Spiegel

"Marcel Duchamp, "'Anartist'" American Art Review July-August 1975 (Volume II, Number 4)

 

John Spike

The Journey of Death As Seen Through the Eyes of the Rancher' s Wife: New Paintings by Annabel Livermore (3/28/07)

 

Nesta R. Spink

The Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler, including essay by Nesta R. Spink (5/21/01)

 

Peter E. Spooner

"The Potlatch Mountie Collection" American Art Review May-June 2003 (Volume XV, Number 3)

"Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction" American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5)

Of Thee I See: Paintings by Max-Carlos Martinez, 1994-2006; with essay by Peter Spooner (1/26/07)

 

Marshall Sprague

Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center: History of Collections, 1986, Marshall Sprague, Historian, "Colorado Springs Fine Art Center-Its Formative Years" (pp. 14-42) [status]

 

Justin Spring

"An Interview with George Tooker" American Art (Vol. 16, No. 1; Spring 2002)

 

Joan Stahl

"Artists and Their Pets: From the Peter A. Juley & Son Collection" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 1; Spring 1996)

"Peter A. Juley and Son, Documenting the Art of America" American Art Review April-May 94 (status)

 

Paul Staiti

"Winslow Homer and the Drama of Thermodynamics" American Art (Vol. 15, No. 1; Spring 2001)

Paul Staiti and Carrie Rebora: American Art Review "John Singleton Copley in America," June-July 95 (status)

Erastus Salisbury Field, 1805-1900 Historical Monument of the American Republic, 1867-1888; essay by Paul Staiti (1/3/02)

"Five Centuries of Trompe l'Oeil Painting" American Art Review September-October 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 5)

 

Kathryn Scimone Stanko

The Art of John Pierce Barnes (1893-1954); essay by Kathryn Scimone Stanko (6/3/13)

 

Joseph Stanton

"The Important Books: Appreciating the Children's Picture Book As a Form of Art" American Art (Vol. 12, No. 2; Summer 1998)

 

David Stary-Sheets

"California Style: 1930s and 40s" American Art Review January-February 98 (status)

California Style: 1930s and 40s (12/8/97)

California Style: 1930s and 1940s; essay by David Stary-Sheets (6/18/09)

 

S. Frederick Starr

Art in the Veins: The Legacy of the Edmondson Family in Cleveland; essay By S. Frederick Starr (8/6/09)

 

Paul F. Starrs

"Edward Borein: Picturing California and the West" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)

 

Gail Stavitsky

"Precisionism in America 1915-1941: Reordering Reality" American Art Review February-March 95 (status)

"Encaustic Art in America" American Art Review November-December 1999 (Volume XI, Number 6) (status)

"Will Barnet: A Timeless World" American Art Review July-August 2000 (Volume XII, Number 4) (status)

Waxing Poetic: Encaustic Art in America during the Twentieth Century, essay by Gail Stavitsky (6/22/01)

"The 1930s Paintings of Francis Criss" American Art Review March-April 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 2) (status)

"Restructured Reality: The 1930s Paintings of Francis Criss" (status)

"The Montclair Art Museum" American Art Review July-August 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 4) (status)

Jonathan Santlofer: The Man Ray Series; essay by Gail Stavitsky (6/3/03)

Conversion to Modernism: The Early Work of Man Ray; essays by Francis M. Naumann and Gail Stavitsky (9/2/03)

"Artists and Art Colonies of Ridgefield, New Jersey"

Edward Weston: A Legacy; with article by Gail Stavitsky (3/3/05)

Francis Criss in the 1930s: A Rare Synthesis of Realism and Abstraction; essay by Gail Stavitsky (7/23/09)

 

 

Gail Stavitsky & Twig Johnson

"Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters" American Art Review November-December 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 6)

Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters, By Gail Stavitsky, Roy Lichtenstein, Twig Johnson. Published 2005 by Rutgers University Press. 90 pages. ISBN:081353738X. Google Books says: "Catalog of an exhibition held at the Montclair Art Museum and 4 other museums between Oct. 16, 2005 and Apr. 18, 2007." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (left: front cover, Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters, image courtesy Google Books)


Kevin L. Stayton

"American Art and Design in the Atomic Age" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1)

 

David Steadman

"Oil Sketches by Frederic E. Church" American Art Review January-February 1976 (Volume III, Number 1)

 

Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr.

"The Bierstadt Exhibition and Catalogue" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 1; 1973)

American Watercolors and Pastels, 1875­1950, at the Fogg Art Museum; essay by Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. (4/10/06)

Magazine Antiques 'Driftwood', Winslow Homer's final painting, July, 1996 by Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

"American Watercolors and Pastels, 1875-1950" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

 

Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr.& Susan C. Ricci

" The Last Ruskinians" American Art Review March-April 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 2)

 

Amy Sublette Steeby and Joan Archer

"The Lure of the West" American Art Review September-October 97 (status)

 

David Steel

"The Art of Reverend McKendree Robbins Long" American Art Review March-April 2003 (Volume XV, Number 2)

 

Thomas J. Steele

Saint Makers: A Living Tradition in American Folk Art; with essay by Father Thomas J. Steele, S.J. (9/6/05)

 

Roger B. Stein

'Structure as Meaning: Towards a Cultural Interpretation of American Painting" American Art Review March-April 1976 (Volume III, Number 2) (status)

"Structure As Meaning: Towards a Cultural Interpretation of American Painting Reader's Response by Patrick L. Stewart Editorial Reply by Roger B. Stein" American Art Review September-October 1976 (Volume III, Number 5) (status)

Introduction from the catalog Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865-1910: John Douglas Woodward, published in 1997 by the Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (status)

"Wimslow Homer, The Cultural Work of An Exhibition" American Art Review June-August 96 (status)

Introduction: Shaping the Landscape Image, from Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865 - 1910: John Douglas Woodward; text by Roger B. Stein (12/15/09)

 

Picturing Old New England: Image and Memory at NMAA (4/11/99)

Corn Shocks and Pumpkins, 1864, by William Trost Richards (1833-1905), essay by Richard H. W. Brauer (10/10/02)

 

David Steinberg

"Transformations in Cleveland Art, 1796 -1946" American Art Review June-August 96 (status)

To Be Modern: The Origins of Marguerite and William Zorach's Creative Partnership, 1911-1922; essay by Jessica Nicoll (10/3/01)

Great Lakes Muse: American Scene Painting from the Upper Midwest, 1910 - 1960; "Inlanders and the American Scene: Modern Great Lakes Painting", essay by Michael D. Hall (11/1`0/03)

The Forest City Rises: Symbol and Value in Cleveland's First Pictures; essay by David Steinberg (7/3/09)

Fine Art in an Industrial Age; essay by David Steinberg (7/3/09)

 

Margaret Stenz and Henry Adams

"American Drawings and Watercolors" American Art Review Summer 92 (status)

 

Jean Stern

"Robert Henri and the 1915 San Diego Exposition" American Art Review September-October 1975 (Volume II, Number 5)

"Painted Light: California Impressionists" American Art Review January-February 1999 (Volume XI, Number 1)

Franz A. Bischoff, 1864-1929; essay by Jean Stern (6/17/98)

The Development of Southern California Impressionism, essay by Jean Stern (7/3/01)

"Masters of California Landscape" American Art Review July-August 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 4)

Native Grandeur: Preserving California's Vanishing Landscapes; "Landscape Painting in California," essay by Jean Stern (8/25/01)

The Paintings of Sam Hyde Harris,; essay by Jean Stern (2001)

Impressionism in California, 1890-1930; essay by Jean Stern (7/30/03)

Masters of Light, essay by Jean Stern; from the catalogue "Masters of Light: Plein-Air Painting in California 1890-1930" (10/3/03)

Impressionist Style in Perspective; essay by Jean Stern, from the catalogue "California Impressionists" (11/4/03)

Landscape of Light: Impressionism in California; essay by Jean Stern, from the catalogue "Impressions of California: Early Currents in Art 1850-1950" (12/26/03)

"The California Missions in Art" American Art Review November-December 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 6)

Robert Henri and the 1915 San Diego Exposition; essay by Jean Stern (1/27/05)

Art in California: 1880 to 1930; essay by Jean Stern (2/16/05)

The California Missions in Art: 1890 to 1930; essay by Jean Stern (2/21/05)

Artists in Santa Catalina Island Before 1945; essay by Jean Stern (3/29/05)

"California Flowers in Art" American Art Review, May-June 2008 (Volume XX, Number 3)

The Irvine Museum in Perspective; essay by Jean Stern, from the book "A California Woman's Story" (8/22/08)

"The Outsiders" -- Modernism in California, 1920-1940; essay by Jean Stern (7/11/09)

Marion Kavanagh Wachtel, 1870-1954; essay by Jean Stern (7/14/10)

 

 

Paul Sternberger

"Reflections on Edward Weston's Civilian Defense" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 1; Spring 2003)

 

James Christen Steward

"American Vernacular: Folk Art from the Collection" American Art Review December 94 -January 95 (status)

American Vernacular: Folk Art from the Collection; essay by James Steward (5/4/09)

 

Andrew Stevens

150 Years of Wisconsin Printmaking, By Andrew Stevens. Published 1998 by Chazen Museum of Art. ISBN:0932900445. Google Books says: "Catalog of an exhibition held at the Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nov. 21, 1998-Jan. 10, 1999." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (right: front cover, 150 Years of Wisconsin Printmaking, image courtesy Google Books)

Prints by Richard Bosman, By Andrew Stevens. Published 1989 by Chazen Museum of Art. 80 pages. ISBN:0932900216. Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (left: front cover, Prints by Richard Bosman,, image courtesy Google Books)

Ray Gloeckler: Master Printmaker, By Andrew Stevens, Raymond Gloeckler, Published 2005 by Chazen Museum of Art. 120 pages. ISBN:0932900348. Google Books says: "With a sharp eye for the ludicrous in American society and an abiding sense of humor, Wisconsin artist Ray Gloeckler creates images that lampoon the inflated and celebrate the everyday. This publication goes beyond the Elvehjem's (now Chazen's) 2004 exhibition to publish over 200 prints Gloeckler made from 1955 through 2004.Distributed for the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin­Madison." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (right: front cover, Ray Gloeckler: Master Printmaker, image courtesy Google Books)

Visions and Revisions: Robert Cumming's Work on Paper, Andrew Stevens. Published 1991 by Chazen Museum of Art. 48 pages. ISBN:0932900291. Google Books says: "This volume presents on paper the work of Robert Cummings which depicts ordinary objects such as chairs, cups, birdhouses, light bulbs and rulers." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (left: front cover, Visions and Revisions: Robert Cumming's Work on Paper, image courtesy Google Books)

 

Patrick L. Stewart

"The American Empire Style: Its Historical Background" American Art Journal ( vol. 10, no. 2; 1978)

 

Robert G. Stewart

"James Earl: American Painter of Loyalists and His Career in England" American Art Journal ( vol. 20, no. 4; 1988)

"The Portraits of Henry Benbridge" American Art Journal ( vol. 2, no. 2; 1970)

 

Maurine St. Gaudens & M. Yoshiki-Kovinick

"The Art of Sam Hyde Harris (1889-1977)" American Art Review January-February 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 1)

Who Was Sam Hyde Harris?; essay by Marian Yoshiki-Kovinick (1`/15/08)

 

Blake Stimson

Art Bulletin Andy Warhol's Red Beard - influence of Ben Shahn and Shirley Temple on Warhol, (essay) Sept, 2001  by Blake Stimson [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

Todd and Marenda Stitzer

Nelson Augustus Moore; essay by Todd and Marenda Stitzer (10/3/14)

 

Bruce St. John

"John Sloan in Philadelphia, 1888-1904" American Art Journal ( vol. 3, no. 2 ; 1971)

 

Terry St. John

The Society of Six, essay by Terry St. John (7/17/01)

Model/Artist Terry St John: Figurative Drawings 1961-2001; with essay by Terry St John (1/3/02)

 

John R. Stomberg

"Williams College Museum of Art" American Art Review May-June 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 3)

 

Joyce Hill Stoner

"Andy Warhol and Jamie Wyeth: Interactions " American Art (Vol. 13, No. 3; Fall 1999)

Jamie Wyeth: Proteus in Paint

 

Robert Storr

Enrique Chagoya: Borderlandia: Stratagies; text by Robert Storr (9/28/07)

Philip Guston, By Robert Storr, Published 1991, ISBN: 978-1-55859-250-6. (online book excerpt available from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)

 

Robert Stragnell and Jim Willoughby

"Pioneer Women: Arizona History Through Art" American Art Review March-April 98 (status)

Pioneer Women: Arizona History Through Art; article by Robert Stragnell & Jim Willoughby (5/28/09)

 

Stephanie A. Strass

"Benson Bond Moore, The Landscapes: A Seasonal View" American Art Review September-October 96 (status)

"American Women Artists: 1819 -1947" American Art Review January-February 2003 (Volume XV, Number 1) (status)

 

Stephanie A. Strass & Susan E. Schockley

"The Art of Willie Betty Newman" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1) (status)

 

Shannon Stratton

The Body In Fiber, with catalogue essay "Reconstructive Surgery: Re-imaging the Body in Fiber" by Shannon Stratton (9/26/06)

 

Stephanie Street

The American Renaissance: Cosmopolitanism and the New American Art; essay by Stephanie Street (2/1/05)

 

Susan Strickler

"The Paintings of Edmund C. Tarbell" American Art Review September-October 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 5)

Magazine Antiques Family Pictures: The Impressionist Art Of Edmund C.Tarbel, Nov, 2001 by Linda J. Docherty, Erica E. Hirshler, Susan Strickler [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

John H. Strietelmeier

As it was in the beginning, essay by John H. Strietelmeier (9/26/02)

 

Donald S. Strong

"Albert Bierstadt, Painter of the American West Book Review" American Art Review November-December 1975 (Volume II, Number 6)

 

Lisa Strong

"Images of Indigenous Aristocracy in Alfred Jacob Miller" American Art (Vol. 13, No. 1; Spring 1999)

"The Art of Alfred Jacob Miller" American Art Review, November-December 2008 (Volume XX, Number 6)

Sentimental Journey: The Art of Alfred Jacob Miller / Introduction: "Scenes That Do Him Much Honor"; essay by Lisa Strong (11/19/08)

 

Jonathan Stuhlman

"Georgia O'Keeffe: Circling Around Abstraction" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)

 

Jonathan Stuhlman & C. M. Hickman

"The Graphic Work of Clare Leighton" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)

 

Nancy Stula

"American Artists Abroad and Their Inspiration" American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5)

James Britton: Connecticut Artist; essay by Nancy Stula (8/15/05)

" Landscapes of Christopher Pearse Cranch" American Art Review September-October 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 5)

 

Hollister Sturges

"Reflections of Taste: American Art from Greenwich Collections" American Art Review February 97 (status)

"The Woodstock Art Colony" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5) (status)

Mary Frank, born 1933, Striding Woman, 1986; essay by Hollister Sturges (2/22/02)

Reflections of Taste: American Art from Greenwich Collections; article by Hollister Sturges (5/6/09)

 

Mark Sublette

Maynard Dixon; article by Mark Sublette (11/7/05)

Maynard Dixon's New Mexico; article by Mark Sublette (7/20/07)

 

Randall Suffolk

Arthur B. Davies: Dweller on the Threshold; essay by Randall Suffolk (6/22/01)

 

Louis Sullivan

"Chicago Architecture 1880-1893, 1924" American Art Review May-June 1975 (Volume II, Number 3)

 

Terrie Sultan

Chuck Close Prints; essay by Terrie Sultan (6/13/05)

 

Frank and Susan Swala

Tanware; essay by Frank and Susan Swala (6/28/07)

The Decorated Furniture of Somerset County, Pennsylvania; essay by Frank and Susan Swala (6/28/07)

 

Ingrid J. Swanson

"Anna Huntington Stanley (1864-1908)" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

 

J. Gray Sweeney

"'Endued with Rare Genius': Frederic Edwin Church's To the Memory of Cole" American Art (Vol. 2, No. 1; Winter 1988)

"The Nude of Landscape Painting: Emblematic Personification in the Art of the Hudson River School" American Art (Vol. 3, No. 4; Fall 1989)

Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction; text by Michael D. Schroeder and J. Gray Sweeney (8/29/03)

Magazine Antiques Gilbert Munger's quest for distinction, July, 2003 by Michael D. Schroeder, J. Gray Sweeney

 

Lisë C. Swensson

An Artistic Legacy: N.C., Andrew and James Wyeth (6/21/00)

 

Ann Swift

"Artists & Authors of Piedmont from 1890 to 1930" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)

 

Patricia Tanis Sydney and Page Talbott

"The Philadelphia Ten: A Women's Artist Group" American Art Review January-February 98 (status)

The Philadelphia Ten: A Women's Artist Group 1917-1945 (5/20/98)

The Philadelphia Ten, 1917-1945: A Women's Artist Group (6/9/99)

 

Marilyn Symmes

"Once Upon a Page: Illustrations by Cos Cob Artists" American Art Review November-December 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 6)

 

Joyce M. Szabo

Clothing, Identity, and Creativity: The Importance of Embroidered Arts of the Plateau, Great Basin, and Plains in the William Healey Collection of Gauntlets; essay by Joyce M. Szabo (9/18/07)

 

John Szarkowski

Ansel Adams at 100, essay excerpt by John Szarkowski (8/29/01)

 


 


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