American Art Review month and year: VOLUME TEN NUMBER 4 - JULY-AUGUST 1998
title of American Art Review article: "George Bellows: Love of Winter"
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The Exhibition Catalogue
"George Bellows. Love of Winter" is accompanied by a major 112 page catalogue published by the Norton Museum of Art. This includes an essay by John Wilmerding entitled "George Bellows and the American Winter," in which Professor Wilmerding outlines the development of the winter genre in the history of Art, as well as in Bellows's work. David Setford, Chief Curator of the Norton Museum of Art, and curator of this exhibition, has contributed an article to this catalogue entitled "George Bellows: Love of Winter," which outlines Bellows's developing methods, examines the locales which inspired Bellows's winter paintings, and determines their importance in Bellows's total oeuvre. The publication also includes an illustrated catalogue of the exhibition; an illustrated checklist of all Bellows's known winter paintings; and the checklist of an associated exhibition "Blanketed in Snow: American Winter Scenes" which examines the winter paintings of Bellows's contemporaries. The catalog is underwritten by the Richard and Jane Manoogen Foundation and the Ronald H. Cordarer Family Foundation.
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