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David J. Wagner

Excerpted from Rigor Vitae: Life Unyielding: "Affecting Nature", essay by Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen and "Introduction", essay by David J. Wagner (4//20/09)

Art, Nature, and Philosophy: the Aesthetic, Ethic, and Legacy of Kent Ullberg, essay by David J. Wagner (4/24/09)

Sandy Scott, A Retrospective; article by David J. Wagner, Ph.D. (3/3/16)

 

Lisa Wainwright

Things of Nature And the Nature of Things: John Wilde In the McClain Collection, By Lisa Wainwright. Published 2006 by Chazen Museum of Art. ISBN:0932900984. The Museum describes the books as follows: "Things of nature and the nature of things have informed the work of John Wilde for some seventy years. In painstakingly crafted vignettes of figures and props and still life arrangements, Wilde serves up grand parables on the existential condition of modern man. These are timeless and enduring narratives, drawing on traditions from the northern and early Renaissance periods and Flemish paintings to Symbolist and Surrealist iconography and strategy. Wilde amasses a potpourri of sources and motifs and brings them up to the present moment by setting his compositions in the Wisconsin landscape just outside his studio door. In this exhibition, the McClain collection presents a superb overview of Wilde's oeuvre. It includes the full palette of still lifes, allegorical landscapes, and portraits, and covers the period of Wilde's work from the 1940s to recent work from the 1990s." 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, Things of Nature And the Nature of Things: John Wilde In the McClain Collection,, image courtesy Google Books)

 

Celia Walker

"Twentieth Century Painting in Tennessee" American Art Review July-August 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 4)

A Century of Progress: 20th Century Painting in Tennessee; essay by Celia Walker (7/9/02)

 

Pamela S. Wall

A Soldier's View of Civil War Charleston, article by Pamela S. Wall (5/18/11)

 

David H. Wallace

"The Art of John Rogers: 'So Real and So True'" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 2; 1972)

 

Alan Wallach

"Wadsworth's Tower: An Episode in the History of American Landscape Vision" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 3; Fall 1996)

"Thomas Cole: Landscape into History" American Art Review February-March 95 (status)

Gilbert Munger: Quest for Distinction (7/24/03)

"Thomas Cole's River in the Catskills as antipastoral" Art Bulletin June, 2002, by Alan Wallach [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]

 

Andrew Walker

"American Art & the Civil War" American Art Review September-October 1999 (Volume XI, Number 5)

 

John Allan Walker

"William Wendt Retrospective: Sunshine and the Brooding Melancholy of Nature -- An Exhibition Review" American Art Review January 1978 (Volume IV, Number 4)

 

Nina de Angeli Walls

Art and Industry in Philadelphia: Origins of the Philadelphia School of Design for Women

 

Irene N. Walsh

Magazine Antiques The frakturs of Susanna Heebner, Feb, 1996 by Irene N. Walsh [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]

 

Judith Walsh

Magazine Antiques The language of flowers and other floral symbolism used by Winslow Homer, Nov, 1999 by Judith Walsh [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]

Magazine Antiques The language of flowers in nineteenth-century American painting, Oct, 1999 by Judith Walsh [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]

 

Adrienne L. Walt

"Guy Wiggins: American Impressionist" American Art Review December 1977 (Volume IV, Number 3)

 

Judith Walsh

"A Summer's Pleasure: Incoming Tide, Scarboro, Maine by Winslow Homer" American Art Journal ( vol. 25, nos. 1 and 2; 1993)


David C. Ward

"Celebration of Self: The Portraiture of Charles Willson Peale and Rembrandt Peale, 1822-27" American Art (Vol. 7, No. 1; Winter 1993)

 

David C. Ward and Sidney Hart

"Subversion and Illusion in the Life and Art of Raphaelle Peale" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 3-4; Summer/Fall 1994)

 

Alvia J. Wardlaw

"The African Impulse in African-American Art" American Art Review February-March 95 (status)

Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists (6/8/99)

Cassatt and Duncanson Paintings Acquired by MFAH (2/11/02)

Legacy of Struggle and Triumph: Icons of An Inside View; essay by Floyd Coleman (5/29/03)

Something All Our Own: The Grant Hill Collection of African American Art (9/2/03)

African-American Art from the MFAH Collection (2/12/04)

 

Marian Wardle

"The "New Women" Art Students of Robert Henri" American Art Review March-April 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 2)

 

Celia Walker

A Century of Progress: 20th Century Painting in Tennessee

 

Harriet G. Warkel

"Shared Heritage: Art by Four African Americans" American Art Review February-March 96 (status)

"The Herron School of Art Centennial" American Art Review November-December 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 6) (status)

"John Haberle: Museum Accession" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5) (status)

"Indiana Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection" American Art Review January-February 2003 (Volume XV, Number 1) (status)

"American Paintings at the Indianapolis Museum of Art" American Art Review May-June 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 3) (status)

Image and Identity: The Art of William E. Scott, John W. Hardrick, and Hale A. Woodruff; essay by Harriet G. Warkel (7/27/09)

John Haberle: Museum Accession; article by Harriet G. Warkel (7/29/09)

Paper to Paint: Edward Hopper's "Hotel Lobby"; monograph by Harriet G. Warkel (8/5/09)

 

Everett Longley Warner

A World Observed: The Art of Everett Longley Warner, 1877-1963, by Helen K. Fusscas, Everett Longley Warner, Florence Griswold Museum, Westmoreland Museum of Art, Bucknell University Center Gallery - Art, Modern - 1992 - 48 pages (status)

 

Louis A. Warren

The Early Portraits of Lincoln; article by Louis A. Warren (1/9/02)

 

Krystyna Wasserman

Book as Art XIV: Temptations; essay by Krystyna Wasserman (3/22/02)

 

Kathryn A. Wat

American Impressions: An Arcadian Vision, Paintings from the Akron Art Museum; essay by Kathryn A. Wat (4/5/04)

"American Paintings from the Akron Art Museum" American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5)

New Master Drawings; essay by Kathryn A. Wat (3/1/05)

 

Deborah Dependahl Waters

"Lotos Club State Dinner Menus" American Art Review May-June 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 3)

 

Richard J. Wattenmaker

"William Glacken's Beach Scenes at Bellport" American Art (Vol. 2, No. 2; Spring 1988)

 

A. M. Weaver

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

 

Jim Weaver

Allan Freelon: Pioneer African-American Impressionist; article by Jim Weaver (9/2/04)

 

Bruce Weber

"Neil Welliver." In See It Loud: Seven Post-War American Painters; essay by Bruce Weber (12/13/13)

 

Nicholas Fox Weber

"Rediscovered American Impressionists" American Art Review January-February 1976 (Volume III, Number 1)

 

J. Carson Webster

"Erastus D. Palmer: Problems and Possibilities" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 2; 1972)


Melissa J. Webster and Peter Hassrick

"Frederick Remington: A Catalogue Raisonné" American Art Review June-August 96 (status)

 

Jeffrey Wechsler

"Asian Traditions - Modern Expressions" American Art Review November-December 97 (status)

Gifford Beal: At the Water's Edge (2/21/00)

 

Carolyn J. Weekley

Magazine Antiques The nature of Edward Hicks's painting - Cover Story, Feb, 1999 by Scott W. Nolley, Carolyn J. Weekley [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]

 

Emily M. Weeks

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)

 

Theodore Weesner

On Great Bay: Paintings by Christopher Cook and Arthur DiMambro, with essays by Charles Simic and Theodore Weesner (10/31/01)

 

Adam D. Weinberg

American Art of the Twentieth Century Tiny Folio: Treasures of the Whitney Museum of American Art (online book excerpt available from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)

 

Helene Barbara Weinberg

"John La Farge: The Relation of His Illustrations to His Ideal Art" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 1; 1973)

"The Work of John La Farge in the Church of St. Paul the Apostle" American Art Journal ( vol. 6, no. 1; 1974)

"Thomas B. Clarke: Foremost Patron of American Art from 1872 to 1899" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 1; 1976)

"Nineteenth-Century American Painters at the École des Beaux-Arts" American Art Journal ( vol. 13, no. 4; 1981)

"American Impressionism and Realism: The Painting of Modern Life, 1815-1915" American Art Review April-May 94 (status)

The Painted Sketch: American Impressions from Nature (1/15/99)

Uncanny Spectacle: The Public Career of the Young John Singer Sargent (7/10/98)

Mary Cassatt: Drawings and Prints in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (9/16/98)

New Endowed Curatorships at Met (10/14/98)

John Singer Sargent: Beyond the Portrait Studio, Paintings and Drawings from the Collection (3/23/00)

Parks and Promenades: Maurice Prendergast in The Metropolitan Museum of Art (6/12/00)

American Impressionists Abroad and at Home: Paintings from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (11/18/00)

Montclair Art Museum Gallery Will Be Dedicated to Works by George Inness (5/4/01)

Frederick Carl Frieseke: The Evolution of an American Impressionist (7/6/01)

Thomas Eakins: American Realist (10/24/01)

"American Impressionists Abroad and at Home" American Art Review September-October 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 5) (status)

Edward Lamson Henry, 1841-1919 The Peddler, 1879; essay by William T. Oedel (1/14/02)

John Singer Sargent Beyond the Portrait Studio: Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolors from The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2/1/02)

Thomas Eakins (6/6/02)

In and Out of California: The Participatory Nature of Early California Art; essay by Will South (12/17/02)

"Americans in Paris, 1850-1910" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5) (status)

Childe Hassam, American Impressionist (1/2/04)

American Impressions, 1865-1935: Prints, Drawings, and Watercolors from the Collection (1/2/04)

"Childe Hassam, American Impressionist" American Art Review July-August 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 4) (status)

Magazine Antiques Childe Hassam: patterns of appreciation, July, 2004 by H. Barbara Weinberg [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]

Magazine Antiques Impressionists, realists, and the American city, April, 1994 by H. Barbara Weinberg [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]

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 availables for.pdf download: American Impressionism and Realism: The Painting of Modern Life, 1885-1915; Weinberg, H. Barbara, Doreen Bolger, and David Park Curry (1994); A Walk Through The American Wing; The curators of the American Wing, with an introduction by Morrison H. Heckscher and H. Barbara Weinberg (2002); American Stories: Paintings of Everyday Life, 1765-1915; Weinberg, H. Barbara, and Carrie Rebora Barratt, eds., with essays by Carrie Rebora Barratt, Margaret C. Conrads, Bruce Robertson, and H. Barbara Weinberg (2009)

 

H. Barbara Weinberg and Erica E. Hirshler

"Americans in Paris, 1860-1900" American Art Review May-June 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 3) (status)

 

Jonathan Weinberg

Art Journal Ben Shahn: Picture Maker - Ben Shahn's New York: The Photography of Modern Times - Common Man Mythic Vision: The Paintings of Ben Shahn - Review, Spring, 2001 by Jonathan Weinberg

 

Susan S. Weininger

"Tunis Ponsen, Rediscovered" American Art Review April-May 95 (status)

Ivan Albright: Magic Realist

Tunis Ponsen: essay by Susan S. Weininger (12/22/05)

 

Susan C. Larsen, Wendy Greenhouse & Susan S. Weininger

"Chicago Painting 1895 to 1945: The Bridges Collection" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2)

 

Laural Weintraub

"Women as Urban Spectators in John Sloan's Early Work" American Art (Vol. 15, No. 2; Summer 2001)

 

Ila Weiss

"Sanford R. Gifford in Europe: A Sketchbook of 1868" American Art Journal ( vol. 9, no. 2; 1977)

 

Jessica R. Weiss

Wayne Thiebaud: 70 Years of Painting; text by Jessica R. Weiss (3/29/08)


Caroline M. Welsh

"Masterworks of the Adirondacks" American Art Review July-August 97 (status)

Magazine Antiques Paintings of the Adirondack Mountains, July, 1997 by Caroline M. Welsh

 

Linda S. Ferber & Caroline Welsh

"William Trost Richards & the Artists' Adirondacks" American Art Review July-August 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 4)

In Search of a National Landscape: William Trost Richards and the Artists' Adirondacks 1855 - 1870; article by Linda S. Ferber and Caroline M. Welsh (7/1/02)

 

Caroline M. Welsh & Scott R. Ferris

"Rockwell Kent's Adirondack Legacy" American Art Review July-August 2000 (Volume XII, Number 4) (status)


Caroline M. Welsh and Rebecca Foster

"Harold Weston's Adirondack Art" American Art Review May-June 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 3) (status)

 

Marie N. Weltzien

"Yale University Art Gallery" American Art Review May-June 97 (status)

Yale University Art Gallery; essay by Marie N. Weltzien (9/28/09)

 

Amy Werbel

"Art and Science in the Work of Thomas Eakins: The Case of Spinning and Knitting" American Art (Vol. 12, No. 3; Fall 1998)

Process on Paper: Drawings by Thomas Eakins from the Charles Bregler Collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; with essay by Amy Werbel (2/12/01)

 

Alfred Werner

"Ghetto Graduates" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 2; 1973)

"Pascin's American Years" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 1; 1972)

 

Gerard C. Wertkin

"Vision & Prophecy in American Folk Art" American Art Review January-February 2000 (Volume XII, Number 1)

 

Richard V. West

"Rockwell Kent Reconsidered" American Art Review December 1977 (Volume IV, Number 3)

Robin West

Ira Moskowitz: Works on Paper, essay by Robin West (11/13/02)

Virginia True (1900-1989), essay by Robin West (11/22/02)

 

Robert F. Westervelt

"The Whig Painter of Missouri" American Art Journal ( vol. 2, no. 1; 1970)


Ruth Westphal

The Development of an Art Community in the Los Angeles Area, essay by Ruth Westphal (7/5/01)

Sam Hyde Harris, 1889-1977; essay by Ruth Westphal (1/21/01)

 

Joan Whalen

"Theresa Bernstein: American Modernist" American Art Review May-June 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 3)

 

Marilyn L. Wheaton

David Hostetler, Wood and Bronze Sculpture (11/1/07)

 

Virginia Jarvis Whelan

Magazine Antiques Two American artists: Amos Bad Heart Bull and N.C.Wyeth, Nov, 2003 by Virginia Jarvis Whelan [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]

 

Mark White

Art Interrupted: Advancing American Art and the Politics of Cultural Diplomacy; text by Mark White (3/11/13)

 

Mark Andrew White

"Slicing and Dionysian: Peter Blume's Vegetable Dinner" American Art (Vol. 14, No. 1; Spring 2000)

 

Nelson H. White

Visions of Mood: Henry C. White Pastels / A Grandson's Appreciation, by Nelson H. White (4/21/09)

 

Raymond White, D.

Magazine Antiques John Wood Dodge: and the portrait miniature, Nov, 2003 by Raymond White, D.

 

Walter Muir Whitehill

"The Making of an Architectural Masterpiece: The Boston Public Library" American Art Journal ( vol. 2, no. 2; 1970)

 

Cécile Whiting

"Borrowed Spots: The Gendering of Comic Books, Lichtenstein's Paintings, and Dishwasher Detergent" American Art (Vol. 6, No. 2; Spring 1992)

Art Bulletin Trompe l'oeil painting and the counterfeit Civil War, (essay) June, 1997  by Cecile Whiting

 

Edna Talbott Whitley

George Beck: An Eighteenth Century Painter; article by Edna Talbott Whitley (2/2/02)

 

Michael Whitt

Ray Strong at 98, article by Michael Whitt (2/20/03)

 

Lee Wierenga

Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey; essay by Lee Wierenga (4/3/09)

 

Jochen Wierich

"Painters of American Life: The Eight" American Art Review, March-April 2008 (Volume XX, Number 2)

 

Jochen Wierich & Dean A. Porter

" The Taos Society of Artists & Ancient Cultures" American Art Review July-August 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 4)

 

David Wilkins

"The American Painting Collection at the Sarah Scaife Gallery, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh" American Art Review March-April 1975 (Volume II, Number 2)

 

Melissa Wiley

Courttney Cooper Maps Chart Artist's Path; essay by Melissa Wiley (6/6/16)

 

Carolyn B. Wilkinson

Magazine Antiques John O'Brien Inman - American artist, Nov, 1998 by Carolyn B. Wilkinson [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]

 

Karl Emil Willers

Milton Avery & the End of Modernism - Text of Exhibition Catalogue, with essay by Karl Emil Willers (1/28/11)

The Paintings of Louis Comfort Tiffany: Works from a Long Island Collection; Introduction by Karl Emil Willers (12/21/11)

 

Anne D. Williams

"The Art of the Puzzle" American Art Review September-October 2000 (Volume XII, Number 5)

 

Jay Williams

"Henry Salem Hubbell, An Elegance Rediscovered" American Art Review September-October 98 (status)

Myth, Memory, and Imagination, Photographs from the Collection of Julia J. Norrell (11/14/00)

Zelda By Herself: The Art of Zelda Fitzgerald (2/9/04)

William Dunlap's Old Tricks and New Dogs; essay by Jay Williams (4/14/06)

Notes on the 19th, 20th, and 21st Centuries: Paintings by Jeffrey Kronsnoble; essay by Jay Williams (5/13/08)

Realist Paintings by Bryan LeBoeuf; essay by Jay Williams (6/19/08)

Henry Salem Hubbell; article by Jay Williams (9/28/09)

 

Lynn Barstis Williams

"South Alabama's Art Colony" American Art Review January-February 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 1)

"Imprinting the South: Works on Paper" American Art Review, July-August 2008 (Volume XX, Number 4)


Mara Williams

Wolf Kahn: Landscape of Light, 1953-2006; essay by Mara Williams (10/24/06)

 

Deborah Willis

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

 

Jim Willoughby

The Desert and Its Painters; essay by Jim Willoughby (7/20/98)

 

Jim Willoughby and Robert Stragnell

"Pioneer Women: Arizona History Through Art" American Art Review March-April 98 (status)

Pioneer Women: Arizona History Through Art; article by Robert Stragnell & Jim Willoughby (5/28/09)

 

John Wilmerding

"Fitz Hugh Lane: Imitations and Attributions" American Art Journal ( vol. 3, no. 2; 1971)

"The Last Winslow Homer Show?" American Art Review September-October 1973 (Volume I, Number 1)

"American Paintings in the Webb Gallery of the Shelburne Museum, Vermont" American Art Review November-December 1974 (V olume I, Number 6)

"Winslow Homer's English Period" American Art Journal ( vol. 7, no. 2 ; 1975)

"Essential Reading" American Art (Vol. 11, No. 2; Summer 1997)

William Stanley Haseltine (1835-1900): Drawings of a Painter; essay by John Wilmerding (3/16/05)

" Fitz Henry Lane & Mary Blood Mellen" American Art Review July-August 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 4)

"SPRING BLOOM AND AUTUMN BLAZE: Topographies of American Landscape and Character," 19th Century American Topographic Painters,1975, Lowe Art Museum, FL (status)

Spring Bloom and Autumn Blaze: Topographies of American Landscape and Character; essay by John Wilmerding (1/17/09)

 

Charles Reagan Wilson

Apocalypse South, essay by Charles Reagan Wilson (12/5/02)

 

Christopher Kent Wilson

"Engraved Sources for Quidor's Early Work" American Art Journal ( vol. 8, no. 2; 1976)

"John Quidor's The Return of Rip Van Winkle at the National Gallery of Art: The Interpretation of an American Myth" American Art Journal ( vol. 19, no. 4; 1987)

"The Landscape of Democracy: Frederic Church's West Rock, New Haven" American Art Journal ( vol. 18, no. 3; 1986)

"Winslow Homer's Thanksgiving Day-Hanging Up the Musket" American Art Journal ( vol. 18, no. 4; 1986)

"Winslow Homer's The Veteran in a New Field: A Study of the Harvest Metaphor and Popular Culture" American Art Journal ( vol. 17, no. 4 1985)

 

David L. Wilson, Jr.

Charles Vickery: Maritime painter; essay by by David L. Wilson, Jr. (9/22/06)

 

Raymond L. Wilson

"Painters of California's Silver Era" American Art Journal ( vol. 16, no. 4; 1984)

"The First Art School in the West: The San Francisco Art Association's California School of Design" American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 1; 1982)

Towards Impressionism in Northern California, essay by Raymond L. Wilson (7/7/01)

The Northern Scene, essay by Raymond L. Wilson (9/12/01)

 

Richard Guy Wilson

"Idealism and the Origin of the First American Suburb: Llewellyn Park, New Jersey" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 4; 1979)

 

Charlene Winters

Escape to Reality: The Western World of Maynard Dixon; article by Charlene Winters titled "Escape to Reality" (11/9/00)


John Wisdom

"American Art in the Barbizon Mood Exhibition Review" American Art Review March-April 1975 (Volume II, Number 2)

 

Linda Witkowski and Martin Krause

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, An Art in Its Making" American Art Review December 94 -January 95 (status)

Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs: An Art in Its Making; article by Martin Krause and Linda Witkowski (9/28/09)

 

David L. Witt

Parallel Lives: Andrew Dasburg, Kenneth Adams, Ward Lockwood and the Modern Tradition, Selections from the University's Collection, with essay by David L. Witt (12/4/00)

Moving Mountains - Alyce Frank and Barbara Zaring, with notes by David L. Witt (1/2/02)

Marsha Skinner Landscape Drawings, with interpretive essay by David L. Witt (5/6/02)

"Modernists in Taos" American Art Review November-December 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 6)

 

Ernest F. Witte

The Nebraska FERA Art Exhibit; article by Ernest F. Witte (8/15/03)

 

Brucia Witthoft

"James Smillie's Engraving after Albert Bierstadt's The Rocky MountainsAmerican Art Journal ( vol. 19, no. 2; 1987)

"George Smillie, N.A.: The Life of an Artist" American Art Review Summer 92 (status)

 

Barbara Ann Boese Wolanin

"The Paintings of Arthur B. Carles" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2)

 

Tom Wolf

"The MacDowell Colony, The Genesis of an Art Colony" American Art Review November 96 (status)

 

M. Melissa Wolfe

"American Impressionism: Variations on a Theme" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

 

Ruth Wolfe

"A Passion for the Past, The Collection of Bertram K. & Nina Fletcher Little" American Art Review September-October 96 (status)

Nina Fletcher Little: Bridging the Worlds of Antiques and Folk Art; article by Ruth Wolfe (11/5/09)

 

Inez S. Wolins

"Stieglitz & Modernism, Impresario of the Avant-Garde" American Art Review April-May 94 (status)

 

Nan Wolverton

Magazine Antiques American Indian baskets made in New England, Jan, 2004 by Nan Wolverton

 

Jason Wong

" Our Land, Our Sky, Our Water at EXPO '74" American Art Review November-December 1974 (V olume I, Number 6)

 

Eve Wood

Chapman University Guggenheim Gallery: To Move the Stars, essay by Eve Wood (10/16/02)

 

Howard E. Wooden, Sr.

The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters 1930-1948 (status)

The Neglected Generation of American Realist Painters: 1930-1948, Introduction; essay by Howard E. Wooden (1/12/09)

 

Victoria K. Woodhull

Seeing Red: Rockwell Kent and the Farnsworth Art Museum; article by Victoria K. Woodhull (9/3/04)

 

Jean Woods

"The Sellars Collection, Art by American Women" American Art Review March-April 97 (status)

The Sellars Collection: Art by American Women; article by Jean Woods (9/28/09)

 

Marianne B. Woods

"Viewing Colonial America through the Lens of Wallace Nutting" American Art (Vol. 8, No. 2; Spring 1994)

 

Kesler E.Woodward

A Northern Adventure: The Art of Fred Machetanz (1908-2002); Introduction to the Exhibition by Kesler Woodward (6/29/04)

"The Art of Fred Machetanz" American Art Review July-August 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 4)

 

Richard Wootten

"Paint the Town: Charles Burchfield in Salem, Ohio" American Art Review Spring 93 (status)

Paint the Town -- Charles Burchfield: The Salem Years; article by Richard Wootten (10/5/09)

 

Richard H. Love & Michael Preston Worley

"The Genteel Tradition in American Painting" American Art Review March-April 1999 (Volume XI, Number 2)

 

Sharon Worley

"Max Kuehne, 1880-1968" American Art Review September-October 97 (status)

Stuart Davis in Gloucester (1/14/00)

 

Arthur Wright

"Long Moments: The Paintings of Frank Holmes" American Art Review November 1978 (Volume IV, Number 6)

 

Frank Lloyd Wright

"The Master's Work, 1949" American Art Review May-June 1975 (Volume II, Number 3)

 

John Hardy Wright

"Vernacular Visions, Folk Art of Old Newbury" American Art Review October-November 94 (status)

Vernacular Visions: Folk Art of Old Newbury; article by John Hardy Wright (12/15/09)

 

Margaret Nickelson Wright

Hopi Silver: The History and Hallmarks of Hopi Silversmithing, Published by UNM Press, 2003. Pages 1 through 92 (Intro. through Chapt VII (status)

 

Richard P.Wunder

"The Irascible Hiram Powers" American Art Journal ( vol. 4, no. 2; 1972)


Lydia Lloyd Wyckoff

"A Collective History of Native American Painting" American Art Review September-October 96 (status)

Beads: A Cross-Cultural Medium (12/8/98)

 


 


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