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American women sculptors : a history of women working in three dimensions

Author: Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)
Publisher: Boston, MA : G.K. Hall, 1990.
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Genre/Form: Biographisches Nachschlagewerk
Biography
Biographies
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Rubinstein, Charlotte Streifer.
American women sculptors.
Boston, MA : G.K. Hall, 1990
(OCoLC)551437014
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)
ISBN: 0816187320 9780816187324
OCLC Number: 20756128
Description: xv, 638 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Pt. 1. The three dimensional art of the early Native Americans. Positions of the American Indian woman --
Baskets --
(Hopi baskets --
California baskets --
Washo baskets) --
Ceramics --
(Mississippi Valley ceramics --
Southwest ceramics) --
Leather and other materials --
Nineteenth-century decline. Pt. 2. Patience Wright: founding mother of American sculpture. The early years --
The Waxworks Exhibition --
Success in London --
Support for the Revolution --
Postrevolutionary plans --
Patience Wright's legacy. Pt. 3. Pioneering American women sculptors: 1800-1875. Early women sculptors --
The White Marmorean Flock --
The Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876 --
(Furniture carvers and china painters) --
End and beginning of an era. Pt. 4. The Gilded Age: 1876-1905. Women sculpture in the Gilded Age --
(The Paris Salon --
The National Academy of Design and the National Sculpture Society --
The women sculptors' achievements) --
The 1893 Chicago World's Columbian Exposition --
(The "White Rabbits" --
The Woman's Building) --
Augustus Saint-Gaudens and the Cornish Art Colony --
Design and crafts in the Gilded Age --
Arts and crafts and social reform --
Ceramics. Pt. 5. Fauns and fountains --
traditional women sculptors: 1905-1929. New genres --
(Small bronzes --
Garden sculpture) --
Garden sculptors --
Animal sculptors --
Monument sculptors --
Design and crafts. Pt. 6. Women in the avant-garde: 1905-1929. Position of women --
Salons and patrons --
The Ash Can School --
Cubism, Futurism, and abstract sculpture --
Women in New York Dada --
Women sculptors in the Armory Show --
Direct carving --
Art Deco or art moderne --
The Harlem Renaissance and the Indian Revival: African-American and Native American artists in the 1920s --
Art Deco design. Pt. 7. A New Deal for sculpture: the 1930s. The federal art programs and women artists --
Sculpture styles of the 1930s --
Women in the Sculptors Guild --
Other Humanist sculptors --
Other carvers of the 1930s --
Design in the 1930s --
Women sculptors in the world's fairs of the 1930s . Pt. 8. The triumph of abstraction: 1940-1959. The position of women --
Abstract sculpture --
Peggy Guggenheim and women patrons and dealers --
Constructivism and Bauhaus influences --
Figurative sculptors --
Direct carving --
Ceramics and design --
The Cranbrook Group --
Other ceramists. Pt. 9. High tech and hard edge: the 1960s. Art and technology --
Minimalism and hard-edge abstraction --
Assemblage and gestural and eccentric abstraction --
Pop and figurative sculpture --
Woven forms --
Ceramics --
Happenings, performance and Conceptual art. Pt. 10. Climbing Parnassus: the 1970s. The women's movement in art --
Feminism: a new vision --
(Female eroticism and personal expression --
"The personal is political" --
"High art" and "Low crafts": pattern and decoration --
Public, political, and collective art: ritual and performance --
The great goddess: a new spiritualism) --
Abstract sculpture --
Earth works, site works, and monumental and public art --
Installations and assemblages --
Conceptual and perceptual art --
Performance art --
The revival of figurative sculpture. Pt. 11. The 1980s and beyond. The Guerrilla Girls National Museum of Women in the Arts --
Political art --
(Second-wave feminist art --
Other political artists) --
Postmodern Classicism and Eclecticism --
Abstract sculpture in the 1980s --
Emerging sculptors --
Toward cultural diversity --
Crafts today --
Maya Ying Lin and the Vietnam Memorial.
Responsibility: Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein.

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