name of catalogue or brochure: The Pennsylvania Academy: In this Academy

author(s) of essay: Joan Marter

title of essay:"Contemporary American Art at the Academy", pp. 229-258

date of publication 1976

ISBN number:

name of copyright owner:Academy



other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection

other essays and authors in catalogue:

Note: not in TFAO or Google Books


-- assigned to Stacey Wittig on 4/29/08
-- approved by copyright holder on < June 10, 2008> via email
-- essay reprinted in Resource Library Contemporary American Art at The Academy; essay by Joan M. Marter (8/1/08)


On Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at 02:08 PM, Stacey Wittig wrote:

Thank you so much, Barbara.

I appreciate your help,



From:Barbara Katus

Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 8:16 AM

To: Stacey Wittig

Subject: RE: Permission: In this Academy, 1976

Dear Ms. Wittig,

Permission is granted to reproduce the the articles cited in your email of May 23, from the book In This Academy: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1805 - 1976. Frank H. Goodyear, Richard J. Boyle. Published by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1976. Library of Congress Catalogue Number 76-2131.

The Academy's web link is: Telephone: 215 972-7600.

Please print this email as proof of reproduction permission.


Barbara Katus

Manager, Rights and Reproductions

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

118 North Broad Street

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Telephone: 215 972-2051

Fax: 215 567-2429


-----Original Message-----

From: Stacey Wittig

Sent: Monday, June 09, 2008 12:52 PM

To: 'Barbara Katus'

Subject: Permission: In this Academy, 1976

Hello Barbara,

I wanted to follow up my email of May 22 below.  Is there any more information that you need from me? I will email to you a permissions letter once you have approved our request.

I very much appreciate your help,



From:Stacey Wittig

Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2008 9:13 PM

To: 'Barbara Katus

Subject: In this Academy, 1976

Hello Barbara,

Gigi of your Public Relations department suggested that I contact you via email.

The Resource Librarywould like your permission to rekey and post from theIn this Academy, 1976:

7 Frank Goodyear, "A History of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1805-1906", pp. 12-48

8 Doreen Bolger, "The Education of the American Artist", pp. 51-74

9 Louise Lippincott, "Charles Willson Peale and His Family of Painters", pp. 75-98

10 Mark Thistlethwaite, "The Artist As Interpreter of American History", pp. 99-120

11 Frank Goodyear, "American Landscape Painting", pp. 122-137

12 Richard Boyle, "American Impressionism", pp. 138-161

13 Louise Lippincott, "Thomas Eakins and the Academy", pp. 162-187

14 Frank Goodyear, "The Eight", pp, 188-228

15 Joan Marter, "Contemporary American Art at the Academy", pp. 229-258

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