American Art Review month and year: December 96
author(s): Charles Price
title of American Art Review article: "American Works on Paper, From a Private Collection"
AAR article "from exhibition catalogue" of Florence Griswold Museum
A Noble Tradition: American Paintings from the National Arts Club; essay by Carol Lowrey (2/8/06)
Resource Library editor's note:
The above essay was reprinted, without accompanying illustrations, in Resource Library on February 8, 2006 with the permission of The Florence Griswold Museum. This text is included in an illustrated catalogue titled A Noble Tradition: American Paintings from the National Arts Club, published in 1995 by The Florence Griswold Museum to accompany the exhibition of the same name held at the Museum July 7 through September 3, 1995.
If you have questions or comments regarding the essay, or wish to obtain a copy of the catalogue from which it is excerpted, please contact The Florence Griswold Museum directly through either this phone number or web address:
Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to Tammi Flynn of The Florence Griswold Museum for her help concerning permissions for reprinting the above text.
for use in reprinting of underlying essays
dates of exhibit: 199
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Shana and John,
We would be pleased to have Traditional Fine Arts for Resource Library publish Charles Price's catalogue essay from Lines of Thought: American Works on Paper from a Private Collection. The catalogue is in the mail.
Thank you for your interest. The Museum is thrilled to be a part of your wonderful Resource Library.
Director of Marketing
Florence Griswold Museum
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American Art Review, ISSN 0092-1327, is published on paper and noted for its scholarly content by both senior authors and younger scholars. Tel 913.451.8801. The time period focus of American Art Review is from the Colonial era through 1970. The first issue of Volume 1 of the magazine was published in September, 1973. Publication was suspended with Volume 4 in November, 1978. Publication resumed with Volume V in the Summer of 1992 and continues to the present. In the 19th century there was a journal with a similar title, The American Art Review: A Journal Devoted to The Practice, Theory, History and Archaeology of Art edited by S.R. Koehler.
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