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Thu Oct 16 17:49:36 2014 UTClccn-n882775120.00Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material0.561.00Cecilia Beaux, 1855-194210135545Cecilia_Beauxn 882775122614818Beaux, Cecilia 1863-1942Cecilia BeauxLeavitt, Cecilia 1855-1942lccn-n80086348Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Artsviaf-207557559High Museum of Artlccn-nr96003093Yount, Sylvialccn-n80036800Tacoma Art Museumlccn-n79054427National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution)lccn-nr94026861Tappert, Tara Leighlccn-n84042661Westmoreland Museum of Artlccn-n99014650Carter, Alice A.lccn-n79063278Indianapolis Museum of Artlccn-n83303693Philadelphia Civic CenterMuseumBeaux, Cecilia1855-1942Exhibition catalogsBiographyPortraitsCatalogsRecords and correspondenceSlidesDissertations, AcademicBeaux, Cecilia,United StatesArtistsWomen artistsPainting, AmericanPennsylvaniaPortrait paintersPortrait painting, AmericanPainting, ModernTuthill, Louisa C.--(Louisa Caroline),Cushman, Charlotte,Women architectsPortrait paintingBiographyRodin, Auguste,Women in artWomen paintersArthur Tooth & SonsArt, ModernChase, William Merritt,Massachusetts--GloucesterPaintersBooth, Leonora HoweManners and customsMichelet, Jules,ArtScott & Fowles (Firm)Renan, Ernest,Whittier, John Greenleaf,Liszt, Franz,Art, Modern--Themes, motivesVan Dyke, Henry,Whistler, James McNeill,Westermann, François Joseph,Rogers, Randolph,Ladd, Anna Coleman,Macbeth GalleryDurand-Ruel Galleries (New York, N.Y.)Aldrich, Thomas Bailey,New York (State)--New YorkPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaLongfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Nast, Thomas,Delacroix, Eugène,Walter, MarthaBülow, Hans von,Matsuki, Bunkio,Biography--PortraitsSargent, John Singer,Woodward, Robert B.,1855194218981899190119031908190919101915191719231924193019321933193419351940194319551972197319741975197719791980198219831984198519861987198819901993199519961997199819992000200220052007200920132301125160759.13ND1329.B39ocn312485045ocn691701182ocn691668343ocn315587558ocn691344992ocn2636556484083ocn061266786book20050.50Carter, Alice ACecilia Beaux : a modern painter in the gilded ageBiographyPortraitsExhibition catalogs"Cecilia Beaux (1855-1942) is widely regarded as one of the leading women artists working in America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Author Alice A. Carter expertly traces Cecilia Beaux's fascinating and unconventional life, from her proscribed Philadelphia childhood through her triumphant entry into the male-dominated inner circle of the art world of Paris, Philadelphia, and New York." "Born in Philadelphia in 1855, Cecilia Beaux pursued an artistic career with the same zeal as her male peers, and by the turn of the century she had established an international reputation. She was acquainted with many of the eminent artists of her day, including Claude Monet, Winslow Homer, and John Singer Sargent. Carter reveals how Beaux's passion for her work combined with her headstrong spirit enabled her to achieve professional success unrivaled by any other female artist - and the personal price she paid for it." "This is the first illustrated biography of Beaux's work to showcase more than 130 illustrations, including her best-known high-style portrait commissions as well as landscape and still-life compositions."--BOOK JACKET+-+43527329353445ocn001327810book19300.63Beaux, CeciliaBackground with figures; autobiography of Cecilia BeauxBiographyRecords and correspondence2273ocn002201845book19740.74Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux : portrait of an artist : an exhibition organized by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in cooperation with Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1974-1975145ocn021116073book19900.77Tappert, Tara LChoices, the life and career of Cecilia Beaux : a professional biographyBiographyDissertations, Academic115ocn191695563book20070.35Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux : American figure painterExhibition catalogs"This volume is the most comprehensive appraisal of Cecilia Beaux's talent in more than three decades. As such, it not only presents a range of the artist's strongest work but also offers a fresh understanding of her career by examining critical questions of gender, class, and the importance of place. The book accompanies a major exhibition organized by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta."--BOOK JACKET+-+836807570581ocn009904986book19800.63Cassatt, MaryThree Pennsylvania womenCatalogs51ocn027125078book19900.92Fichera, Susanna JCecilia BeauxExhibition catalogs54ocn312485045book19950.59Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux and the art of portraitureExhibition catalogs+-+630134510631ocn034743808visu0.47Beaux, CeciliaYoung Brittany woman : LammerckeSlides21ocn028498024mix0.47Beaux, CeciliaRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsChiefly letters to Leonora (Howe) Booth, written from Gloucester and Boston, Mass., Philadelphia, Pa., and New York, N.Y., relating to Beaux's work, exhibitions, daily life, and social events21ocn567366590visu1.00Cecilia Beaux, 1855-1942BiographyFilm documentary on the life and work of the American painter, Cecilia Beaux21ocn082701327mixBeaux, CeciliaArtist file : miscellaneous uncataloged materialAssembled file includes clippings, photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, postcards, press releases, slides, resumes, reviews, exhibition ephemera22ocn757271527book19740.47Cecilia Beaux : portrait of an artist ; [exhibition held Sept. 6 - Oct. 20, 1974 at the Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center and Jan. 21 - March 2, 1975 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art]11ocn045012767visu19991.00Beaux, CeciliaMan in White (Dr. Henry S. Drinker)"Oil, 48" x 34". National Collection of Fine Arts"--Catalog11ocn612214491visu0.47Beaux, CeciliaYoung Brittany Woman, 'Lammercke'11ocn888066899mix1.00Hancock, Walker KirtlandWalker Hancock papersA curriculum vitae, 1971; 2 sketches, undated and 1911 by Hancock and a sketch, circa 1978, by Joe Brown; correspondence, including a letter, 1961, from Paul Manship containing recipes for patinas; notes, 1978-1980, concerning Hancock's work on a project for the Philadelphia Civic Center; a copy of Hancock's speech for the National Sculpture Society on April 8, 1980; clippings; 4 exhibition catalogs, 1925-1928; miscellaneous programs and printed material, 1926-198011ocn025736725book19231.00Catalogue of portraits by Cecilia Beaux, landscapes by Chauncey Foster Ryder and Max Kuehne, wood-block prints by Gustave Baumann, sculpture by Bourdelle, Lachaise, Derujinsky and Ripley : the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York, December, nineteen hundred and twenty-threeExhibition catalogs11ocn070813414book19080.47Beaux, CeciliaAutograph letter signed Cecilia Beaux to: Miss Hazard11ocn007887213book0.10Beaux, CeciliaLettersLetters written to Leonora Howe (Mrs. William Stone Booth), mainly from the artist's home in Gloucester, reveal domestic and professional aspects of her life. Photographs in the collection are of Cecilia Beaux portraits of Mrs. Albion Parris Howe (1902, 1903). Four miscellaneous letters to Leonora Howe included here are from T.W. Higginson, Denman W. Ross, Edward R. Warren and Alice Meynell11ocn888077720mix1.00Century Magazine lettersCorrespondence of the Century Magazine and its predecessors, Scribner's Monthly, and St. Nicholas Magazine. Also included is material related to the Century War Series4762ocn077333993book20070.35Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux : American figure painterExhibition catalogs"This volume is the most comprehensive appraisal of Cecilia Beaux's talent in more than three decades. As such, it not only presents a range of the artist's strongest work but also offers a fresh understanding of her career by examining critical questions of gender, class, and the importance of place. The book accompanies a major exhibition organized by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta."--BOOK JACKET+-+83680757054073ocn032739275book19950.59Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux and the art of portraitureExhibition catalogs+-+63013451061222ocn000182515book19550.70Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine ArtsThe paintings and drawings of Cecilia Beaux733ocn031014941book19430.74Oakley, ThorntonCecilia BeauxBiography331ocn012923477book19850.82Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux, 1855-1942 : early drawings211ocn004654888book19350.98American Academy of Arts and LettersA catalogue of an exhibition of paintingsExhibition catalogs101ocn044953672book20000.59Cecilia Beaux : Philadelphia artist61ocn021136712book19880.47From amateur to professional : American women and career in the arts51ocn023249926mix19900.77Tappert, Tara LChoices, the life and career of Cecilia Beaux : a professional biographyBiographyDissertations, Academic32ocn440817013file20090.10Tappert, Tara LeighOut of the background Cecilia Beaux and the art of portraitureCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography21ocn082459069book18990.47D'Anvers, NThe work of Cecilia Beaux21ocn028414567mix0.92McCall, VirginiaAutograph letters collectionAutographsLetters, autographs, and photos. Persons represented include Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Cecilia Beaux, Joseph Bonaparte (King of Spain), William Adolphe Bouguereau, Eugène Delacroix, Joseph Joachim, Fanny Kemble, Anna Coleman Ladd, Franz Liszt, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Jules Michelet, Thomas Nast, Ernest Renan, Auguste Rodin, Randolph Rogers, John Singer Sargent, Henry Van Dyke, Hans von Bülow, François Joseph Westermann, John Greenleaf Whittier, and others21ocn081235917book19800.10Three Pennsylvania women : Mary Cassatt, Cecilia Beaux, Martha WalterExhibition catalogs21ocn048762702visu0.92Beaux, CeciliaSita and StaritaSlides21ocn456560930mix20090.47Mahoney, DeniseCecilia Beaux : image and class in the age of innocenceHistoryBiographyPortraitsDissertations, Academic"It doesn't pay to paint everybody." With this comment, Cecilia Beaux (1855-1942) situated herself within the rarified circle of successful late nineteenth-century portrait painters whose clientele were primarily the upper class. Born in Philadelphia, Beaux was raised by her extended family after her mother's death and her father's flight to his homeland of France. While not wealthy, her genteel family nonetheless encouraged her to develop her artistic talents at a young age. Following many of her contemporaries, she studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and then at the Académie Julian in Paris. Like the earlier female artist, Mary Cassatt, Beaux chose an artistic career over the more traditional path of marriage and family. She enjoyed a successful career as a portraitist; with the famed painter and teacher William Merritt Chase noting in 1899 that she was "not only the greatest living woman painter, but the best that has ever lived." Although Beaux worked in a style similar to John Singer Sargent and is often compared to him, she is not nearly as well-known today as he. Yet an examination of her work reveals a complex imagery analogous to Sargent's. Beyond her commissions, Beaux painted many portraits of her sister, her sister's family, and close friends. Her portraits often have an underlying sense of psychological disquiet, which is compounded by the unusual placement of the figures in relation to each other. Additionally, as her work progressed through the 1880s and 1890s, her compositions became increasingly modern, with less emphasis on the background setting and greater focus on the individuals depicted. This thesis will examine several of Beaux's double portrait compositions, both commissioned and not, and will focus on the complicated relationships between the sitters within the context of late nineteenth-century upper class familial relationships. Using such contemporary examples as characters in the stories of Edith Wharton (1862-1937) and images found in such magazines as Harper's Weekly and Lady's Home Journal, this study will place Beaux's depictions of Gilded Age society in a broader socio-historical context22ocn122394307mixBeaux, CeciliaArtist file : miscellaneous uncataloged materialAssembled file includes clippings, photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, postcards, press releases, slides, resumes, reviews, exhibition ephemera21ocn199438969bookBeaux, Cecilia, 1855?-1942 : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral items21ocn080120713book19031.00Durand-Ruel Galleries (New York, N.Y.)Exhibition of paintings, by Cecilia Beaux, from the third to the fourteenth March, 1903, Durand-Ruel Galleries...New York22ocn875278162mix0.10Beaux, CeciliaCecilia Beaux artist fileArtwork information, biographical material, clippings, correspondence, exhibition announcements, slides11ocn082697192art1910Art notesExhibition catalogs+-+4352732935+-+4352732935Thu Oct 16 15:33:02 EDT 2014batch24850