American 18th and 19th Century Landscapes



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This section of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue Topics in American Art is devoted to the topic "American 18-19th Century Landscapes." Articles and essays specific to this topic published in TFAO's Resource Library are listed at the beginning of the section. Clicking on titles takes readers directly to these articles and essays. The date at the end of each title is the Resource Library publication date.

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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

2001-2002

Charles Codman: The Landscape of Art and Culture in 19th-Century Maine (11/26/02)

Whistler and His Circle in Venice (11/13/02)

For Bierstadt's Eyes Alone, essay by Mary Terence McKay (11/2/02)

Sun Rise, 1870, An Arctic Landscape by the Artist William Bradford (1823-1892), essay by Gregg Hertzlieb (10/16/02)

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

In Search of a National Landscape: William Trost Richards and the Artists' Adirondacks 1855 - 1870; article by Linda S. Ferber and Caroline M. Welsh (7/1/02)

Primal Visions: Albert Bierstadt "Discovers" America, 1859-1893 (4/3/02)

American Sublime: Epic Landscapes of Our Nation, 1820-1880 (3/1/02)

North to Alaska (2/28/02)

19th-Century American Paintings: The Henry Melville Fuller Collection (2/20/02)

George Beck: An Eighteenth Century Painter; article by Edna Talbott Whitley (2/2/02)

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

In Search of the National Landscape: William Trost Richards in the Adirondacks (10/22/01)

American Pastorale: Drawings by John F. Kensett (8/29/01)

Minnesota from the Mississippi (7/25/01)

Primal Visions: Albert Bierstadt "Discovers" America, 1859-1893 (7/5/01)

A Picturesque Site in the Catskills: The Kaaterskill Falls as Painted by William Guy Wall, by John K. Howat (7/2/01)

Montclair Art Museum Gallery Will Be Dedicated to Works by George Inness (5/4/01)

William Trost Richards in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2/11/01)

 

1999-2000

In Search of the Promised Land: Paintings by Frederic Edwin Church (11/28/00)

The Poetry of Place: Works on Paper by Thomas Moran from the Gilcrease Museum (11/14/00)

Intimate Friends: Thomas Cole, Asher Durand, William Cullen Bryant (10/19/00)

William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes (9/22/00)

In Search of The Promised Land: Paintings by Frederic Edwin Church (7/21/00)

Art & Nature: The Hudson River School (6/15/00)

Open Air Sketching: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Drawings in the Albany Institute of History and Art (5/9/00)

William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes, 1886-1890 (3/21/00)

Martin Johnson Heade at the National Gallery of Art (3/10/00)

Art and Nature: The Hudson River School (3/7/00)

All that is Glorious: Paintings from the Hudson River School (2/24/00)

Art and Nature: The Hudson River School (1/20/00)

This Tranquil Land: Hudson River Paintings from the Hersen Collection (1/14/00)

Art and Nature: The Hudson River School (10/14/99)

A Grand Landscape in Miniature: Images of Paradise from Newport Area Collections (10/13/99)

Elizabeth O'Neill Verner: Charleston Renaissance Artist (10/11/99)

Cameo of the Permanent Collection of the New Bedford Free Public Library (8/13/99)

Art & Nature: The Hudson River School Tours Nationally (8/4/99)

Art and Nature: The Hudson River School, Paintings from the Albany Institute of History & Art (7/27/99)

Dwight William Tryon, 1849-1925 (7/22/99)

Early American Landscapes and Graphic Traditions (7/14/99)

John Twachtman, An American Impressionist (6/30/99)

All that Is Glorious Around Us (Hudson River School Painters) (6/22/99)

William Keith: California Awakening (6/3/99)

Maurice Prendergast: The State of the Estate at the Heckscher Museum of Art (5/29/99)

John Twachtman: An American Impressionist (5/29/99)

Inventing Acadia: Artists and Tourists at Mount Desert (5/27/99)

American Landscapes from the Paine Art Center and Arboretum (2/3/99)

American Impressionism and Realism: The Margaret and Raymond Horowitz Collection (2/2/99)

White Mountain Painters 1834-1926 (1/17/99)

The Painted Sketch: American Impressions from Nature (1/15/99)

Pacific Arcadia: Images of California, 1600-1915 (1/5/99)

William Keith, California's Poet-Painter (1/1/99)

 

1997-1998

The Holy Calm of Nature (12/17/98)

The Light of a Moment (12/17/98)

New Worlds from Old: 19th Century Australian & American Landscapes (12/5/98)

The Painted Sketch: American Impressions from Nature (11/7/98)

William Trost Richards: Rediscovered (10/16/98)

Art Colonies and American Impressionists (9/1/98)

The Snite Acquires Bierstadt Landscape, American Portraits and Fairfield Porter Canvas (8/24/98)

Hudson River School Artist Sanford Gifford (1823-1880) Acquisition by Albany Institute (6/10/98)

Direct from Nature: The Oil Sketches of Thomas Hill

"That Earlier, Wilder Image": Sketches by American Landscape Painters, 1830-1900

First Retrospective of Landscapes by Thomas Moran

Diamond Cove: Landscape and Leisure in 19th-Century America (7/28/97)

Holding Patterns: Selections from the Collection of W. Donald Head, Old Grandview Ranch

Landscape in America 1850 - 1890 (10/7/97)

Bricher Acquisition (4/7/98)

Albert Bierstadt

 

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