The Portraits of Robert Henri: Context and Influences
By Valerie Ann Leeds
About the author:
Valerie Ann Leeds is Adjunct Curator of American Art at the Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan. She earned her Ph.D. from the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Prior to her current position, she was Curator of American Art at the Orlando Museum of Art, and also held curatorial positions at the Tampa Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She is an expert on the work of Robert Henri and The Eight, and has organized numerous exhibitions, lectured, and written, on a variety of topics in American Art and photography.
Resource Library editor's note:
The above article was reprinted, without illustrations, in Resource Library on August 2, 2005 with the permission of the author. If you have questions or comments regarding the article, please contact Valerie Ann Leeds directly at the Flint Institute of Arts through either this phone number or address:
This article was previously published in American Art Review, Volume VII, Number 2, April - May, 1995, pp. 92-97, 157, 160.
Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to Ms. Gail Curry of Flint Institute of Arts for help in contacting Dr. Leeds.
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