Flint Institute of Arts

Flint, MI

810-234-1695

http://www.flintarts.org



 

 

The Flint Institute of Arts is located at 1120 E. Kearsley Street, Flint MI 48503. For hours and admission fees please see the Museum's website.


Google Book Searches conducted in 2008 and 2013 by Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) located the following brochures, catalogues and gallery guides published on paper in connection with the Museum and with a topic of American representational art. The list may not include all relevant publications. Titles are listed by date of publication, with most recent listed first. Information on publications may be in error or incomplete. Titles may be followed by links to related essays published by Resource Library. See Definitions for more information on finding brochures, catalogues and gallery guides using TFAO's website..

Larry Dinkin. Published 2005 by Flint Institute of Arts [no preview available]
 
Great Lakes Muse: American Scene Painting in the Upper Midwest, 1910-1960: :The Inlander Collection in the Flint Institute of Arts, By Michael D Hall, Pat Glascock. Contributor Nannette V. Maciejunes. Published 2003. Flint Institute of Arts. 157 pages. ISBN 0939896230 Catalog of the exhibition, "The Inlander Collection of Great Lakes Regional Painting", held at the Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Mich, Nov. 16, 2003 - Feb. 1, 2004. [no preview available] see Great Lakes Muse: American Scene Painting from the Upper Midwest, 1910 - 1960; "Inlanders and the American Scene: Modern Great Lakes Painting", essay by Michael D. Hall (11/10/03)
 
American Art at the Flint Institute of Arts, By William H. Gerdts. Contributor Dr William H Gerdts, Kelly Baum, Monique M Desormeau, Melissa Miller Farr, John B Henry, III, Melina Kervandjian, Valerie Ann Leeds, Akella Reason, R Sarah Richardson, Sue Scott, Kristie Everett Zamora. Published 2003 by Flint Institute of Arts, in association with Hudson Hills Press. 272 pages. ISBN 1555952194. "Celebrating the Institute's 75th anniversary, this comprehensive volume spans more than two centuries of artistic production including impressionism, abstract impressionism and contemporary realism. Highlighting the exceptional quality and depth of the museum's holdings, it also serves as an important reference." [no preview available]
 
Great Lakes Muse: American Scene Painting in the Upper Midwest, 1910-1960 : the Inlander Collection in the Flint Institute of Arts, by Michael D. Hall, Pat Glascock. Flint Institute of Arts, Jan 1, 2003 - 157 pages [snippit view]
 
Romare Bearden Narrations: Exhibition: Neuberger Museum of Art, September 22-December 29, 2002; Flint Institute of Arts, February 7, 2003-April 23, 2003, Delaware Art Museum (First USA Riverfront Art Center), May 22, 2003-July 20, 2003, by Lucinda H. Gedeon, Dede Young, Sharon F. Patton. Neuberger Museum of Art, 2002 - 40 pages
 
Kahlil Gibran: Images of a Poet, By Duncan Cardillo. Published 2002 by Flint Institute of Arts [no preview available]
 
New Horizons in American Realism, By Christopher R. Young. Published 1991 by Flint Institute of Arts. 94 pages. ISBN 0939896117. Exhibition held at the Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Mich., June 2 - July 21, 1991 ; Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, Fla., Nov. 24, 1991 - Jan. 20, 1992 ; and the Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tenn., Feb. 1 - April 12, 1992. [no preview available]
 
Richard Guindon 1981-1984: Flint Institute of Arts, March 10-May 26, 1985. Published 1985 by Flint Institute of Arts. 24 pages [no preview available]
 
The Graphic Arts of James Abbott McNeill Whistler, By James McNeill Whistler, Christopher R. Young. Published 1982 by Flint Institute of Arts. "Catalog of an exhibition held at Flint Institute of Arts, January 10,-March 14, 1982." [no preview available]
 
American Naive Paintings: The Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch Collection : Flint Institute of Arts, December 6, 1981-January 24, 1982,. by Richard J. Wattenmaker, Alain G. Joyaux. The Institute, 1981 - 95 pages
 
Realism Revisited: Fifty Years of American Realistic Painting Since the Armory Show ... Published 1966 by Flint Institute Of Arts [no preview available]
Art of the Twenties: American Painting at the Crossroads , Published 1978 by Flint Institute Of Arts. "INCL. BRIEF BIOGS." [no preview available]
 
The American Indian, the American Flag, By Richard A. Pohrt. Published 1975 by Flint Institute of Arts. 148 pages. Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized Nov 2, 2007 [snippit view]
 
The Art of the Great Lakes Indians. Published 1973 by Flint Institute of Arts. 114 pages. Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized Nov 2, 2007. Catalog of an exhibition organized by the Flint Institute of Arts; held March 25-July 1, 1973. [snippit view]
 
American Sculpture, 1900-1965: An Exhibition Organized by the Flint Institute of Arts, Published 1965 by Flint Institute of Arts. 26 pages. "An exhibition organized by the Flint Institute of Arts / April 1-25, 1965." [no preview available]
 
Artists of the Old West. Published 1964 by Flint Institute of Arts. Introd. by G. Stuart Hodge. [no preview available]
 
Watercolor Panorama: April 26-May 26, 1962, Flint Institute of Arts, De Waters Art Center, Flint, Mich. The Institute, 1962 - 19 pages
 
American Landscape: 1760-1960: Flint Institute of Arts, March 3-April 3 .... Published 1960 by Flint Institute of Arts [no preview available]
 
The Work of Ralston Crawford: June, 1942. Published 1942 by Flint Institute of Arts [no preview available]

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