Goodwin's Life: An Illustrated Adventure

by Erin Anderson




1 Peterson, pg. 82

2 Peterson, pg. 84

3 Dippie, pg. 298

4 Peterson, pg. 286

5 Peterson, pg. 336

6 Peterson, p. 112

7 Dippie, p. 349


About the Author

Erin W. Anderson is an art historian currently studying early American history and art history. She worked for PaceWildenstein at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art as Registrar where she contributed to the exhibitions Alexander Calder: The Art of Invention, Faberge: Treasures from the Kremlin, Art in Bloom: The Nature of Impressionism, and Andy Warhol: The Celebrity Portraits. Erin went on to study 17th and 18th century Decorative Arts at the Sotheby's Institute, London. She is currently working on her master's and Ph.D degrees.


Resource Library editor's note

This essay was rekeyed and reprinted on January 12, 2006 in Resource Library with permission of Thomas Nygard, Inc. and the author. The essay was excerpted from the 2005 illustrated book titled Philip R. Goodwin, The Studies, ISBN 0-9620327-6-X. Images accompanying the text in the book were not reproduced with this reprinting. If you have questions or comments regarding the essay, or if you are interested in obtaining a copy of the book, please contact Thomas Nygard Gallery at either this web address or phone number:

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