Walter Emerson Baum, Pennsylvania Artist, 1884-1956
By Martha Hutson-Saxton
About the author:
At the time of writing of this essay, Martha Hutson-Saxton was a Guest Curator at the Allentown Art Museum, Allentown Pennsylvania, and a Contributing Editor to American Art Review. She was previously the Editor of American Art Review from 1974-1977. In 1994 she was preparing a monograph on the life and work of Walter Emerson Baum (Walter Emerson Baum, 1884-1956: Pennsylvania artist and founder of the Baum School of Art and Allentown Art Museum, 239 pages, ASIN: B0006QLJ2G) to be available in March 1996 in conjunction with the exhibition Sunlight and Shadow: The Art of Walter Emerson Baum, 1884-1956 at the Allentown Art Museum.
As of March 2005 Dr Hutson-Saxton is presently a Board member of the Allentown Art Museum.
Resource Library editor's note:
This essay was previously published in American Art Review, Volume VI, Number 6, December 1994-January 1995, pages 150-157.
Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to Ms. Shana Herb of the Allentown Art Museum, for her help concerning the above text.
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