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Corp Author National Gallery of Art (U.S.), author, organizer, host institution.
Title Three centuries of American prints from the National Gallery of Art / Judith Brodie, Amy Johnston, Michael J. Lewis ; with John Fagg, Adam Greenhalgh, Franklin Kelly, David M. Lubin, Leo G. Mazow, Alexander Nemerov, Jennifer Raab, Jennifer L. Roberts, Marc Simpson, Susan Tallman, Joyce Tsai, David C. Ward.
Imprint Washington : National Gallery of Art, [2016]
Edition First edition.

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 BLUFFTON BOOK  NE505 .N38 2016    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 BLUFFTON BOOK  NE505 .N38 2016    AVAILABLE  
Corp Author National Gallery of Art (U.S.), author, organizer, host institution.
Subject National Gallery of Art (U.S.) -- Exhibitions.
Prints, American -- Exhibitions.
Prints -- Washington (D.C.) -- Exhibitions.
Alt Name Brodie, Judith. Formation of the American print collection at the National Gallery of Art.
Národní galerie v Praze,
Description xi, 347 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 30 cm
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents American prints, their makers, and their public / Michael J. Lewis -- Colonial era to the Civil War. Paul Revere's caffeine: The bloody massacre / Alexander Nemerov -- The one who makes pictures / Jennifer Raab -- "An the war came ..." Rupture and contradiction in mid-nineteenth-century visual culture / David C. Ward -- Reconstruction to World War II. At home abroad in the later nineteenth century / Marc Simpson -- Line defining land and sea / Franklin Kelly -- Marking distinction / John Fagg -- Building bodies, body buildings: New York City around 1900 / Adam Greenhalgh -- American mosaic: modern American prints / Joyce Tsai -- "Just looking": Prints, 1925-1940 / David M. Lubin -- Mobility and connectedness / Leo G. Mazow -- Post World War II to the present. Picturing depth in mid-twentieth century America / Amy Johnston -- Sifted: screenprinting and the art of the 1960s / Jennifer L. Roberts -- American printmaking, 1977 to the present / Susan Tallman -- American prints in the National Gallery of Art / Judith Brodie.
Summary Nearly 200 American prints, representing more than 100 artists, and dating from the colonial era to the present day, are brought together in this unprecedented volume from the National Gallery of Art to commemorate its collection and recent acquisitions. The artists featured range from Paul Revere through James McNeil Whistler, Mary Cassatt, Winslow Homer, Louise Nevelson, Romare Bearden, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Chuck Close, and Kara Walker. The works date from essentially every period in American history, so major art and historical themes running through the collection are readily visible. Lending context, twelve contributing authors discuss the varied themes in American art. Biographies of the artists and a glossary of printmaking terms are also featured.Since its founding in 1941, the National Gallery of Art has assiduously collected American prints with the help of many generous donors. The Gallery's American print collection has grown from nearly 1,900 prints in 1950 to more than 22,500 prints today. The collection was recently transformed by the acquisition of an extraordinary group of 5,200 American prints brought together by Reba and Dave Williams.
ISBN 9780500239520 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0500239525 (hardcover : alk. paper)
OCLC # 930026700


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