Author Study and Index

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Patrick Shaw Cable

Impressionist Imprints in Southwest Art; essay by Patrick Shaw Cable (10/30/14)

 

Warder H. Cadbury

"Arthur F. Tait" American Art Review July-October 1974 (Volume I, Number 5)

 

John Cain

'Visiting Mr. Dawson' A portrait of the artist-through the eyes of those who knew him well; article by John Cain (8/4/06)

 

Susan Calabria

People and Places: The Art of Donald Saaf & Julia Zanes; essay by Susan Calabria (8/15/05)

 

Ashley Callahan and Dale L. Couch

New Discoveries in Georgia Painted Furniture; essay by Ashley Callahan and Dale L. Couch (1/28/08)

 

Mary Ann Calo

"Writing African American Art History" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 1; Spring 2003)

"Winslow Homer's Visits to Virginia during Reconstruction" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 1; 1980)

 

William Camfield

"The Paintings of Frank Freed, More than a Constructive Hobby" American Art Review June-August 96

Conversion to Modernism: The Early Work of Man Ray; essays by Francis M. Naumann and Gail Stavitsky (9/2/03)

Richard J. Campbell

"George Earl Resler: Minnesota Etcher" American Art Review November 96

 

Suzan Campbell

"Taos Artists & Their Patrons Part One" American Art Review May-June 1999 (Volume XI, Number 3)

"Taos Artists & Their Patrons Part Two" American Art Review July-August 1999 (Volume XI, Number 4)

"The Gund Collection at the Eiteljorg Museum" American Art Review January-February 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 1)

 

Peter Campion

The Pursuit of Form; essay by Peter Campion (11/6/08)

 

Richard M. Candee

"The Artful Life of Thomas P. Moses" American Art Review March-April 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 2)

"Russell Cheney: Northern New England Paintings" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)

Maritime Portsmouth, The Sawtelle Collection; with text by Richard M. Candee (7/8/11)

 

Sue Canterbury

"Minnesota Painters" from Noble Dreams & Simple Pleasures: American Masterworks from Minnesota Collections; text by Sue Canterbury (3/9/09)

 

Nick Capasso

Terrors and Wonders: Monsters in Contemporary Art; essays by Nick Capasso and Jennifer Uhrhane (7/14/01)

A Sentimental Journey, or How Did We Get Here?, essay by Nick Capasso (1/26/05)

 

Teresa A. Carbone

"At Home with Art: Paintings in American Interiors 1780-1920" American Art Review December 95-January 96

Eastman Johnson: Painting America (5/14/99)

"Eastman Johnson, 1840-1858" American Art Review January-February 2000 (Volume XII, Number 1)

Magazine Antiques Eastman Johnson's portrait of aging New England, Nov, 1999 by Teresa A. Carbone [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

Vince Carducci

"Artists of the Great Lakes, 1910 -1960" American Art Review May-June 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 3)

 

Robert Cargo

African American Quilts of Alabama: Flowers without Roots?; article by Robert Cargo (5/22/07)

 

Lilian Baker Carlisle

"New Biographical Findings on Curtis & Dunning, Girandole Clockmakers" American Art Journal ( vol. 10, no. 1; 1978)

 

Annette DiMeo Carlozzi & Erina Duganne

"Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art" American Art Review November-December 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 6)

 

Julie Levin Caro

"Allan Rohan Crite" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2)

Aleta Carpenter

Mission San Juan Capistrano Competition and Sierra Trip, by Aleta Carpenter (9/11/00)

Quick--Draw at High Noon, article By Aleta Carpenter (8/16/01)

 

Carolyn Kinder Carr

"A Friendship and a Photograph: Sophia Williams, Talcott Williams, and Walt Whitman" American Art Journal ( vol. 21, no. 1; 1989)

 

Carolyn Kinder Carr and Sally Webster

"Mary Cassatt and Mary Fairchild MacMonnies: The Search for Their 1893 Murals" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 1; Winter 1994)

 

Eileen Carr

Limited Editions: 20th-Century Prints from the Ponderosa Collection, with text by Eileen Carr (3/3/08)

 

Gerald L. Carr

"Hugh Henry Breckenridge A Philadelphia Modernist" American Art Review May 1978 (Volume IV, Number 5)


Francine Carraro

"Oil Patch Dreams: Images of the Petroleum Industry" American Art Review September-October 98

Oil Patch Dreams: Images of the Petroleum Industry in American Art (6/9/99)

"Jerry Bywaters: Interpreter of the Southwest" American Art Review, January-February 2008 (Volume XX, Number 1)

 

Marian S. Carson

"The Duncan Phyfe Shops by John Rubens Smith, Artist and Drawing Master" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 4; 1979)

 

Alice A. Carter

"The Red Rose Girls" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6)

 

Derrick R. Cartwright

"The City and Country: American Perspectives 1870-1920" American Art Review January-February 2000 (Volume XII, Number 1)

 

Sarah Cash

"Singing Beach, Manchester: Four Newly Identified Paintings of the North Shore of Massachusetts by Martin Johnson Heade" American Art Journal ( vol. 27, nos. 1 and 2; 1995­1996)

Magazine Antiques Martin Johnson Heade's 'Thunder Storm on Narragansett Bay.' - 1868; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, March, 1994 by Sarah Cash [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Julie Norwood Caskey

"Jeannette Maxfield Lewis" American Art Review December 94 -January 95

 

Scott Casper

"Politics, Art, and the Contradictions of a Market Culture: George Caleb Bingham's Stump Speaking" American Art (Vol. 5, No. 3; Summer 1991)

 

Donna M. Cassidy

"John Marin's Dancing Nudes by the Seashore: Images of the New Eve" American Art (Vol. 4, No. 1; Winter 1990)

"Arthur Dove's Music Paintings of the Jazz Age" American Art Journal ( vol. 20, no. 1; 1988)


May Castleberry

"Perpetual Mirage, Photographic Narratives of the Desert West" American Art Review September-October 96

 

Kathleen M. Catalano

"Abraham Kimball (1798­1890): Salem Cabinetmaker" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 2; 1979)

"The Longfellows and Their 'Trumpery Antiquities'" American Art Journal ( vol. 15, no. 2; 1983)


David Cateforis

"Albert Bloch: The American Blue Rider" American Art Review February 97

Toward an American Identity: Selections from the Wichita Art Museum

 

Frances Chamberlain and Ann Smith

Special Issue The Connecticut Impressionist Trail - American Art Review May-June 97 (status)

The Mattarock Museum; essay by Ann Smith and Frances Chamberlain (4/9/04)

 

Maria Chamberlin-Hellman, and Ellwood C. Parry III

"Thomas Eakins as an Illustrator, 1878-1881" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 1; 1973)


Bruce Chambers

"A Southern Odyssey: The Robert P. Coggins Collection of American Painting" American Art Review August 1977 (Volume IV, Number 2)

"Willard Metcalf at Old Lyme" American Art Review March-April 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 2)

May Night: Willard Metcalf at Old Lyme, by Bruce W. Chambers, Willard Leroy Metcalf, Amy Ellis, Emily M. Weeks, Florence Griswold Museum - Art - 2005. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Florence Griswold Museum, May 1-Sept. 11, 2005 (status)

 

Victor Chan

G. T. Chan; text by Victor Chan (4/8/09)

 

Jill R. Chancey

Americans on Paper; essay by Jill R. Chancey (12/21/01)

The Needle's Song: The Folk Art of Ethel Wright Mohamed; with text by Jill R. Chancey (6/4/07)

 

Elisabeth Gordon Chandler

The Lyme Academy Story, article by Elisabeth Gordon Chandler (6/15/05)

 

Anna C. Chave

"'Who Will Paint New York?': 'The World's New Art Center' and the Skyscraper Paintings of Gerogia O'Keeffe" American Art (Vol. 5, No. 1-2; Winter/Spring 1991)

 

Paul A. Chew

"George Hetzel: A Centennial Exhibition" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5)

 

Deborah M. Child

Susan Ricker Knox: Portsmouth and Beyond (9/15/98)

 

Deborah M. Child and Jane D. Kaufman

"Susan Ricker Knox (1854-1959)" American Art Review July-August 98

Susan Ricker Knox (1874 - 1959); essay by Deborah M. Child and Jane D. Kaufman (4/19/05)

 

Elizabeth C. Childs

"Times Profile: John Wesley Powell, Art, and Geology at the Grand Canyon" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 1; Spring 1996)

 

Jean Malloy & Donna Climenhage

"Louis Comfort Tiffany's 1893 Chapel" American Art Review January-February 2000 (Volume XII, Number 1)

 

Deborah Chotner

"Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Robert Shaw Memorial" American Art Review November-December 97

"Mary Cassatt, 1844-1926" American Art Review July-August 1999 (Volume XI, Number 4)

American Impressionism Goes West, essay by Charles C. Eldredge, PhD (8/17/01)

 

William Christenberry - Interviewed by Merry Foresta

"Lee Friedlander's Kate : From the Collection of the National Museum of American Art" American Art (Vol. 7, No. 2; Spring 1993)

 

Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr.

"George Inness and the Hudson River School: The Lackawanna Valley American Art Journal ( vol. 2, no. 2; 1970)

"The Art of Raymond Jonson Book Review" American Art Review September-October 1976 (Volume III, Number 5)

"Winslow Homer's (So-called) Morning Bell " American Art Journal ( vol. 29, nos. 1 and 2; 1998)

Magazine Antiques Paintings of Florida in the Vickers collection - art collectors Sam and Robbie Vickers, Nov, 1995 by Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr. [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]


Dexter Cirillo

Southwestern Indian Jewelry, By Dexter Cirillo. Photographs by Stephen Northup, Michael Monteaux. Contributor Steven Northup, Michael Monteaux. Published 1992 by Abbeville Press. Abbeville says: "Spectacular photographs of the breathtaking beautiful objects and sensitive portraits of the artists combine with an insightful, informative text to capture the spirit of this work and the vital cultures from which it springs. This ground-breaking volume opens by surveying the vividly colored necklaces, earrings, and pins made in shell and stone from prehistoric times to the present, particularly in the Santo Domingo and Zuni pueblos. The focus then shifts to the much-admired and avidly collected work in silver -- often set with turquoise and other stones -- by Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni artists. The book culminates in an exploration of striking contemporary work in which many artists have adapted traditional approaches to create original designs. A collector's guide offers invaluable advice as well as an illustrated glossary of materials, techniques, objects, and designs. A nationwide directory of sources concludes the book." (right: front cover, Southwestern Indian Jewelry. Photo courtesy Google Books) Note: the Introduction to this book may be read at the Abbeville Press web site.

 

Carol Clark

"Jasper Francis Cropsey and The Narrows from Staten Island at the Amon Carter Museum" American Art Review May 1978 (Volume IV, Number 5)

Maurice Brazil Prendergast, 1853-1324, Merry-Go-Round, Nahant, around 1900-1901; essay by Carol Clark (2/4/02)

 

Charles Teaze Clark

Magazine Antiques In pursuit of a higher truth: the landscape paintings of Charles Morris Young, Nov, 2005 by Charles Teaze Clark [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Bruce Crane (1857-1937): American Tonalist, by Bruce Crane, Charles Teaze Clark, Mary Muir - Art - 1984 - 31 pages. Retrospective exhibition held at the Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Conn., June 10-Sept. 9, 1984. (status)

 

Henry Nichols Blake Clark

"Charles Lang Freer: An American Aesthete in the Gilded Era" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 4; 1979)

"A Fresh Look at the Art of Francis W. Edmonds: Dutch Sources and American Meanings" American Art Journal
( vol. 14, no. 3; 1982)

"A Taste for the Netherlands: The Impact of Seventeenth-Century Dutch and Flemish Genre Painting on American Art, 1800­1860" American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 2; 1982)

"Thomas Hovenden, Dem Was Good Ole Times" American Art Review Winter 94

"Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art" American Art Review May-June 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 3)

 

Trinkett Clark

"Mead Art Museum" American Art Review May-June 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 3)

 

Willene B. Clark

"America's First Stained Glass: William Jay Bolton's Windows at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, New York" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 4; 1979)

 

Christopher Clarke-Hazlett

"Before TV: American Culture & Illustration" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2)

 

Virginia Tuttle Clayton

"Folk Art, Modernism and the Index of American Design" American Art Review January-February 2003 (Volume XV, Number 1)

 

David A. Cleveland

"Charles Warren Eaton & the Tonalist Movement"American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5)

 

Sally Cline

Zelda Fitzgerald: Her Voice in Paradise, by Sally Cline (7/27/04)

 

Chuck Close

"Janet" American Art (Vol. 6, No. 2; Spring 1992)

 

Ruth Cloudman

"Frederick Bridgman, The Funeral of a Mummy" American Art Review Summer 92

 

Eva Cockcroft

"A Bicentennial Mural for Warrensburg, New York" American Art Review November 1978 (Volume IV, Number 6)

 

Rena Neumann Coen

Edgar and Elsie Payne; essay by Rena Neumann Coen (2000)

"The Last of the Buffalo" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 2; 1973)

 

John W. Coffey

"Louis Remy Mignot, Rediscovered" American Art Review Fall 93

 

David Cohen

Art Journal Alex Katz - Review, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Art Journal Alex Katz: Seven Paintings - Review, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Art Journal Alex Katz: Erfundene Symbole/Invented Symbols - Review, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Art Journal Alex Katz: A Retrospective - Review, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Art Journal Alex Katz: Twenty Five Years of Painting from the Saatchi Collection - Review, Art Journal, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Art Journal Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-95 - Review, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Art Journal Alex Katz: American Landscape - Review, Winter, 1998 by David Cohen [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

Janie Cohen

"Hilda Belcher, A Realist Rediscovered" American Art Review August-September 94

Janie Cohen Appointed Director of the Robert Hull Fleming Museum (8/19/02)

Ten Vermont Women: Sculpture, Painting, Craft (6/25/03)

 

Rebecca S. Cohen

"The Texas American Art Trail: Introduction" American Art Review November-December 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 6)

 

Charles Colbert

"Fair Exchange No Robbery: William Sidney Mount's Commentary on 'Modern Times'" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 3-4; Summer/Fall 1994)

"Harriet Hosmer and Spiritualism" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 3; Fall 1996)

"Winslow Homer's Prisoners from the Front" American Art (Vol. 12, No. 2; Summer 1998)

"A Critical Medium: James Jackson Jarves's Vision of Art History" American Art (Vol. 16, No. 1; Spring 2002)

Art Bulletin Spiritual Currents and Manifest Destiny in the Art of Hiram Powers, (essay) Sept, 2000  by Charles Colbert [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]


Alphaeus P. Cole

"An Adolescent in Paris: The Adventure of Being an Art Student Abroad in the Late Nineteenth Century" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 2; 1976)


Mark Cole

"Middleton Manigault, Visionary Artist" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1)

Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series from the Phillips Collection, with article by Mark Cole (6/9/04)

 

A.D. Coleman

Art Journal Dorothea Lange: A Visual Life. - book reviews, Spring, 1996 by A.D. Coleman

 

Floyd Coleman

"Writing African American Art History" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 1; Spring 2003)

 

William A. Coles

"East Meets West, American Impressionism" American Art Review March-April 97

" Masterworks of American Sculpture, 1875-1999" American Art Review November-December 1999 (Volume XI, Number 6)

 

Bradford R. Collins

"Dick Tracy and the Case of Warhol's Closet: A Psychoanalytic Detective Story" American Art (Vol. 15, No. 3; Fall 2001)

"Modern Romance: Lichtenstein's Comic Book Paintings" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 2; Summer 2003)

 

Harold Sellers Colton.

Hopi Kachina Dolls: With a Key to Their Identification, Published by University of New Mexico Press, 1970. Pages 1 through 18 (status)

 

Thomas Colville

Magazine Antiques Charles H. Davis: painter of poetic moods, Nov, 1995 by Thomas Colville [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

Catherine E. Comar

"Ogden M. Pleissner: The Sporting Grand Tour" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)

 

Diana Comer

The Cowboy Artists of America Museum "Where the Legend Lives", by Diana Comer (5/98)

 

Clement E. Conger

"Chippendale Furniture in the Department of State Collection" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 1; 1976)

 

Jo-Ann Conklin

"The Prints of Stuart Davis" American Art Review January-February 98

 

E. Jane Connell & James M. Keny

"American Impressionism from Regional Collections" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)

 

Holly Pyne Connor

Small but Sublime: Intimate Views by Durand, Bierstadt and Inness; text by Holly Pyne Connor (3/28/08)

Magazine Antiques Group portraits in Picturing America at the Newark Museum - Newark, NJ, April, 2001 by Holly Pyne Connor [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Angels & Tomboys: Girlhood in 19th-Century American Art; article by Holly Connor (3/14/13)

 

Andrew Connors

"Abbott Thayer: From the Peter A. Juley & Son Collection" American Art (Vol. 11, No. 2; Summer 1997)

 

Patrick Connors

Through the Picture Plane: The Poetry in the Pictorial Space of Thomas Eakins; essay by Patrick Connors (11/17/01)

Cecilia Beaux: The Oil Sketch and Representationist Thought in the Philadelphia School of Painting; essay by Patrick Connors (5/14/02)

The Legacy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; essay by Patrick Connors (4/5/04)

 

Margaret C. Conrads

"Winslow Homer and the Critics" American Art Review January-February 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 1)

Magazine Antiques Winslow Homer and the critics in the 1870s - painter, August, 2001 by Margaret C. Conrads [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

"Bingham to Benton: The Midwest as Muse" American Art Review January-February 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 1)

"Thomas Cole: The Old Mill at Sunset" American Art Review March-April 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 2)

 

Andrew J. Consentino

"Charles Bird King: An Appreciation" American Art Journal ( vol. 6, no. 1; 1974)


Kinshasha Holman Conwill

"In Search of an 'Authentic Vision': Decoding the Appeal of the Self-Taught African-American Artist" American Art (Vol. 5, No. 4; Fall 1991)

"African-American Artists in Paris: 1945-1965" American Art Review December 96

To Conserve a Legacy: American Art from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (9/3/99)

 

John Wesley Cook

"Neglected Evidence" American Art Review February-March 95

 

Helen A. Cooper

"The Rediscovery of Joseph Decker" American Art Journal ( vol. 10, no. 1; 1978)

Magazine Antiques The rowing pictures of Thomas Eakins, August, 1996 by Helen Cooper

 

James F. Cooper

Slow Painting: A Deliberate Renaissance, with essays entitled "Realism: The Path to Beauty" by James F. Cooper, "A New Direction in Art Education - The New Academies, Andy Warhol and a New Aesthetic Movement" by Dr. Gregory Hedberg, and Distinguishing the Essential From the Accidental" by D. Jeffrey Mims (9/28/06)

 

Eric Denker & Herbert L. Cooper

"The Prints of Childe Hassam" American Art Review May-June 2003 (Volume XV, Number 3)

 

Wendy A. Cooper

"American Chairback Settes: Some Sources and Related Examples American Art Journal ( vol. 9, no. 2; 1977)

"A Historic Event: The 1929 'Girl Scouts Loan Exhibition'" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 1; 1980)

 

Regina Coppola

"The University Gallery -- Fine Arts Center" American Art Review May-June 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 3)

 

David Corey

"Weegee's Unstaged Coney Island Dramas" American Art (Vol. 5, No. 1-2; Winter/Spring 1991)

 

Wanda M. Corn

"Andrew Wyeth at the de Young Museum" American Art Review September-October 1973 (Volume I, Number 1)

"Frontier America: The Far West Exhibition Review" American Art Review September-October 1975 (Volume II, Number 5)

 

Daniell Cornell

John Bankston: Locating Desire; by Daniell Cornell, Ph. D. (2/18/06)

 

Dale L. Couch and Ashley Callahan

New Discoveries in Georgia Painted Furniture; essay by Ashley Callahan and Dale L. Couch (1/28/08)

 

Judith M. Courter

The Fred W. Noyes, Jr. Centennial; articles by A. M. Weaver and Judith M. Courter (8/10/05)

 

Rosemary Courtney

"M. E. D. Brown (1810­1896): American Lithographer and Painter" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 4; 1980)

 

Deborah Reeder & Leslie Courtwight

"The Art of Zion National Park" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)

 

Heather Campbell Coyle

Helen Farr Sloan, 1911-2005; essay by Heather Campbell Coyle (10/7/15)

 

Robert Cozzolino

Art History's out-of-body Experience; essay by Robert Cozzolino (9/26/05)

Dudley Huppler: Drawings, By Robert Cozzolino, Published 2002 by Chazen Museum of Art. 101 pages. ISBN:0932900836. Google Books says: "From the 1940s through the 1960s, Dudley Huppler (1917­1988) moved in the brightest literary and artistic circles in New York, Chicago, Boulder, and his native Wisconsin, counting among his friends John Wilde, Sylvia Fein, Harry Partch, George Platt Lynes, Paul Cadmus, Marianne Moore, Glenway Wescott, Tobias Schneebaum, Andy Warhol, and others. Moving between the commercial and fine art worlds, he created windows for Bonwit Teller and advertising art for Parker Pen and Henri Bendel but also exhibited in galleries; was featured in Art News, Flair, and Art Digest; and won fellowships for his art and writing. His work is marked by an unusual, meticulous technique, forming sensual and whimsical images of animals, nature, and the human body from tiny gradations of tonal dots.Distributed for the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin­Madison." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (left: front cover, Dudley Huppler: Drawings, image courtesy Google Books)

With Friends: Six Magic Realists, By Robert Cozzolino. 174 pages. ISBN:0932900003. The Museum describes the books as follows: "This exhibition catalogue focuses on the art and friendships of the American artists Gertrude Abercrombie, Sylvia Fein, Marshall Glasier, Dudley Huppler, Karl Priebe, and John Wilde. Cozzolino provides insight into a figurative branch of postwar American modernism that has been often neglected in favor of abstract expressionism. Author and guest curator Robert Cozzolino is assistant curator at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (right: front cover: With Friends: Six Magic Realists, image courtesy Google Books)

"George Tooker: A Retrospective" American Art Review, September-October 2008 (Volume XX, Number 5)



Sumner Crane and Susan Lehman

"French & Simmons: The Minute Man/Battle at Concord Bridge" American Art Review June-August 96

"Edward Simmons: The New Amsterdam Murals" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5)

"In Memoriam: Simmons's The Carpenter's Son" American Art (Vol. 14, No. 2; Summer 2000)

 

Wayne Craven

"Asher B. Durand's Career as an Engraver" American Art Journal ( vol. 3, no. 1; 1971)

"The Grand Manner in Early Nineteenth-Century American Painting: Borrowings from Antiquity, the Renaissance, and the Baroque" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 2; 1979)

 "Henry Kirke Brown: His Search for an American Art in the 1840's" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 2; 1972)

"Henry Kirke Brown in Italy, 1842-1846" American Art Journal ( vol. 1, no. 1; 1969)

"J. Foxcroft Cole (1837-1892): His Art, and the Introduction of French Painting to America" American Art Journal ( vol. 13, no. 2; 1981)

"John Wollaston's Career in England and New York City" American Art Journal ( vol. 7, no. 2; 1975)

"Luman Reed, Patron: His Collection and Gallery" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 2; 1980)

"The Origins of Sculpture in America: Philadelphia, 1785­1830" American Art Journal ( vol. 9, no. 2; 1977)

"Samuel Colman (1832-1920): Rediscovered Painter of Far-Away Places" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 1; 1976)

"1776: How America Really Looked: Sculpture" American Art Journal ( vol. 7, no. 1; 1975)

American Art: History and Culture, by Wayne Craven, 2002 - 672 pages (Google Books Partner Program) "Limited Review" full text pages accessible to readers


James Crawford

"Art of the Erie Canal" American Art Review February-March 96

"American Impressionism, at the Canajoharie Library" American Art Review June-August 96

"Winslow Homer's Watercolors, From the Canajoharie Library" American Art Review February 97

"The Watercolor Tradition of Charles Sarka" American Art Review November-December 1999 (Volume XI, Number 6)

"Folk Art by Fritz Vogt, 1890-1900" American Art Review January-February 2000 (Volume XII, Number 1)

Winslow Homer Watercolors at Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery (2/24/01)

"The Sculpture of Henry DiSpirito" American Art Review May-June 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 3)

 

John Stephens Crawford

"Physiognomy in Classical American Portrait Busts" American Art Journal ( vol. 9, no. 1; 1977)

"The Classical Orator in Nineteenth Century American Sculpture" American Art Journal ( vol. 6, no. 2; 1974)

"The Classical Tradition in American Sculpture: Structure and Surface" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 3; 1979)


Susan Kay Crawford & Mark Hunt

"Norman Rockwell, Celebrating America" American Art Review April-May 94

Norman Rockwell: Celebrating America; essay by Susan Kay Crawford and Mark Hunt (12/16/04)

 

Marianne Doezema & Sabine H. Cray

"Introduction: The Western Massachusetts Art Trail" American Art Review May-June 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 3)

 

Hugh R. Crean

"Samuel F. B. Morse's Gallery of the Louvre: Tribute to a Master and Diary of a Friendship" American Art Journal ( vol. 16, no. 1; 1984)

 

Mary Cronin

Milk and Eggs: The American Revival of Tempera Painting, 1930-1950; Exhibition Summary by Mary Cronin (2/6/02)

 

Carl Crossman

'The Buying and Selling of American Art" American Art Review March-April 1976 (Volume III, Number 2)

 

Christian Goodwillie & Jane Crosthwaite

"Hancock Shaker Village" American Art Review May-June 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 3)

 

Carol Cruickshanks

"Colorado Modernists in the Kirkland Museum" American Art Review September-October 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 5)

 

Deborah Cullen

"Robert Blackburn (1920-2003): A Printmaker's Printmaker" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 3; Fall 2003)

 

Michael Culver

"Isabel Bishop & Bernard Karfiol: The Realist & the Romantic" American Art Review August-September 95

"Charles H. Woodbury & His Students" American Art Review July-August 98

Charles H. Woodbury and His Students, essay by Michael Culver (7/25/98)

Charles H. Woodbury and His Students; B. Lynch: The Game of Folly (7/14/99)

"The Art of John Folinsbee" American Art Review July-August 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 4)

"The Paintings of John J. Enneking" American Art Review September-October 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 5)

"The Ogunquit Museum Celebrates Fifty Years" American Art Review July-August 2003 (Volume XV, Number 4)

Lincoln Perry: Paintings; text by Michael Culver (8/4/07)

"Watercolors from the Ogunquit Museum of American Art" American Art Review July-August 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 4)

 

Hildegard Cummings

"Art in Connecticut: The Impressionist Years" American Art Review Spring 93

"The Art of Ivan Olinsky, Faces of Change" American Art Review August-September 95

Special Issue The Connecticut Impressionist Trail - American Art Review May-June 97

A Connecticut Place: Weir Farm, An American Painter's Rural Retreat (5/20/00)

Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction; text by Michael D. Schroeder and J. Gray Sweeney (8/29/03)

"Charles Ethan Porter: African-American Master of Still Life" American Art Review, May-June 2008 (Volume XX, Number 3)

Faces of Change: The Art of Ivan Olinsky, 1878-1962, by Hildegard Cummings, Jeffrey W. Andersen - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 32 pages. Issued in connection with an exhibition held at the William Benton Museum, Storrs, June 20-Aug. 22, 1995, and at the Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Sept. 8... (status)

The American Artist in Connecticut: The Legacy of the Hartford Steam Boiler ..., by Jeffrey W. Andersen, Hildegard Cummings - Art - 2002. "Published on the occasion of the exhibition ... at the Florence Griswold Museum from July 2, 2002 through June 22, 2003"--T.p. verso. (status)

 

Ona Curran

Magazine Antiques American paintings in the Schenectady County Historical Society, Nov, 2003 by Ona Curran [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

David Park Curry

"John Singer Sargent: Portrait of Mrs. Albert Vickers" American Art Review Winter 93

"American Dreams, The Warner Collection" American Art Review November-December 97

Metropolitan Museum of Art's MetPublications, an online resource that offers in-depth access to the Museum's print and online publications, covering art, art history, archaeology, conservation, and collecting.includes the following title available for.pdf download: American Impressionism and Realism: The Painting of Modern Life, 1885-1915; Weinberg, H. Barbara, Doreen Bolger, and David Park Curry (1994)

 

Judith A. Curtis

"Images of a New England Seacoast, Rockport Art Association" American Art Review September-October 98

"The Easel Paintings of Francis Davis Millet" American Art Review March-April 1999 (Volume XI, Number 2)

"Anthony Thieme (1888-1954)" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5)

"Exponents of the Boston School" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2)

Rockport Art Association (7/24/01)

"The Life and Art of Paul Strisik" American Art Review September-October 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 5)

"W. Lester Stevens, N.A. (1888 -1969)" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5)

"Guild of Boston Artists: 90th Anniversary Exhibition" American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5)

"Harry A. Vincent and His Contemporaries" American Art Review September-October 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 5)

 

John A. Cuthbert

"James Edward Davis, A Pioneering Spirit" American Art Review October-November 94

"West Virginia Vistas & Visionaries" American Art Review August-September 95

"David Hunter Strother, One of the Best Draughtsmen" American Art Review March-April 97

 

Lawrence S. Cutler

"Maxfield Parrish, A Retrospective" American Art Review December 95-January 96

 

Carol A. Cyran

"Herman & Bessie Wessel, At Home and Abroad" American Art Review March-April 97

"Herman and Bessie Wessel," pp. 9-36, Cincinnati Art Club, 1997,: Herman and Bessie Wessel, at Home and Abroad [status]

 

Joseph S. Czestochowski

"The Published Prints of Charles E. Burchfield" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 2; 1976)

"The Graphic Work of Arthur B. Davies" American Art Review July-August 1976 (Volume III, Number 4)

"John Steuart Curry's Lithographs: A Portrait of a Rural America" American Art Journal ( vol. 9, no. 2; 1977)

"Childe Hassam Paintings from 1880 to 1900" American Art Review January 1978 (Volume IV, Number 4)



 


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