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The cultivation of artists in nineteenth-century America
The cultivation of artists in nineteenth-century America
Barnhill, Georgia Brady, 1944-
Publication Information:
Worcester, Mass. : American Antiquarian Society, 1997.
Physical Description:
226 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
General Note:
"The contents of this book also appear in the Proceedings of the American antiquarian society, volume 105, part 1, April 1995"--T.p. verso.

"These papers-- with the exception of one-- were prepared for The Cultivation of Artists in Nineteenth-Century America, a conference held at the Amerian Antiquarian Society, April 30-May 2, 1993"--Jacket.
Training in the workshop of Abner Reed / Donald C. O'Brien -- The lithographic workshop, 1825-50 / David Tatham -- American drawing books and their impact on Fitz Hugh Lane / Elliot Bostwick Davis -- The plan book drawings of the New Orleans notarial archives: legal background and artistic development / Sally K. Reeves -- Set to music: the engravers, artists, and lithographers of New Orleans sheet music / Florence M. Jumonville -- Art, industry, and education in Prang's chromolithograph factory / Michael Clapper -- Quiet pleasures / Sinclair Hitchings -- The imp of the reverse / Bruce Chandler -- The graver, the brush, and the ruling machine: the training of late-nineteenth-centruy wood engravers / Ann Prentice Wagner -- John Sloan's newspaper career: an alternative to art school / Elizabeth H. Hawkes -- Educating American designers for industry, 1853-1903 / Nancy Austin -- Art museum schools: the rise and decline of a new institution in nineteenth-century America / Joyce Woelfle Lehmann.
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