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Art of the American frontier : from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Author: Stephanie Mayer Heydt; Mindy N Besaw; Emma I Hansen; High Museum of Art.; Booth Western Art Museum.
Publisher: Atlanta : High Museum of Art ; New Haven : Yale University Press, [2013] ©2013
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"The visual history of the American West calls to mind iconic artworks and nostalgia for the past. Art of the American Frontier presents more than 300 artworks and artifacts from 1830 to 1930, showcasing the premier collections of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The complicated history of westward expansion is presented through the iconography of the frontier, spanning Plains Indian materials, government survey  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Mayer Heydt; Mindy N Besaw; Emma I Hansen; High Museum of Art.; Booth Western Art Museum.
ISBN: 9780300197389 0300197381
OCLC Number: 855977621
Notes: "Published on the occasion of the exhibitions Go West! Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, November 3, 2013-April 13, 2014, Today's West! Contemporary Art from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, Georgia, October 24, 2013-April 13, 2014."
Description: 174 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 x 32 cm
Contents: Essays : Go West! Forging the image of the American frontier: art of the West before 1900 / Stephanie Mayer Heydt --
End of the frontier and the birth of nostalgia: art of the Old West after 1900 / Mindy N. Besaw --
Native art and a sense of place in the Great Plains / Emma I. Hansen --
Plates : Into the wilderness --
Objects of life, objects of art, 1870-1900 --
The West as landscape --
"For the benefit and enjoyment of the people : expeditions, photography, and the opening of the West --
Frontier heroes and the romance of the American West --
Remington, the cowboy, and the shaping of an artistic vision --
Buffalo Bill's Wild West --
Wildlife and the sporting man --
Mourning the past : symbolic depictions of the Native American --
The art of survival : Plains Indian traditions in a transitional age --
Today's West! : contemporary art from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West --
Checklist of the exhibitions --
Artist biographies / Laura Collier and Madison Webb. Artist biographies: Clyde Aspevig (American, born 1951) --
Irving R. Bacon (American, 1875-1962) --
Carrie L. Ballantyne (American, born 1956) --
James Bama (American, born 1926) --
Albert Bierstadt (American, born Germany, 1830-1902) --
Earl Biss (American, 1947-1998) --
Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822-1899) --
Solon H. Borglum (American, 1868-1922) --
David P. Bradley (American, born 1954) --
Thomas Mickell Burnham (American, 1818-1866) --
George Catlin (American, 1796-1872) --
Russell Chatham (American, born 1939) --
Anne Co (American, born 1949) --
Astley D.M. Cooper (American, 1856-1924) --
Edward S. Curtis (American, 1862-1952) --
Harvey T. Dunn (American, 1884-1952) --
William Herbert Dunton (American, 1878-1936) --
Paul Dyck (American, 1917-2006) --
Henry F. Farny (American, born France, 1847-1916) --
Chuck Forsman (American, born 1946) --
James Earle Fraser (American, 1876-1953) --
Karl Girardet (Swiss, 1813-1871) --
George Gogas (American, born 1929) --
Philip R. Goodwin (American, 1882-1935) --
Woody Gwyn (American, born 1944) --
Frank Jay Haynes (American, 1853-1921) --
William Jacob Hays, Sr. (American, 1830-1875) --
Donna Howell-Sickles (American, born 1949) --
Laton A. Huffman (American, 1854-1931) --
Wilson Hurley (American, 1924-2008) --
Henry Inman (American, 1801-1846) --
William Henry Jackson (American, 1843-1942) --
T.D. Kelsey (American, born 1946) --
John Frederick Kensett (American, 1816-1872) --
W.H.D. Koerner (American, born Germany, 1878-1938) --Hermon Atkins Macneil (American, 1866-1947) --
Alfred Jacob Miller (American, 1810-1874) --
Thomas Moran (American, born England, 1837-1926) --
Jim Morgan (American, born 1947) --
Eadweard Muybridge (American, born England, 1830-1904) --
Timothy H. O'Sullivan (American, born Ireland, 1840-1882) --
Tom Palmore (American, born 1945) --
Alexander Phimister Proctor (American, 1860-1950) --
Paul Pletka (American, born 1946) --
Howard Post (American, born 1948) --
M.C. Poulsen (American, born 1953) --
William Ranney (American, 1813-1857) --
Linda Raynolds (American, born 1953) --
Kevin Red Star (American, born 1943) --
Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909) --
Thom Ross (American, born 1952) --
Charles Cary Rumsey (American, 1879-1922) --
Carl Rungius (American, born Germany, 1869-1959) --
Charles M. Russell (American, 1864-1926) --
Bill Schenck (American, born 1947) --
Fritz Scholder (American, 1937-2005) --
Charles Schreyvogel (American, 1861-1912) --
Joseph Henry Sharp (American, 1859-1953) --
Henry Merwin Shrady (American, 1871-1922) --
John Mix Stanley (American, 1814-1872) --
John Henry Twachtman (American, 1853-1902) --
Theodore Waddell (American, born 1941) --
Carleton E. Watkins (American, 1829-1916) --
Charles Leander Weed (American, 1824-1903) --
Thomas Worthington Whittredge (American, 1820-1910) --
Carl Wimar (American, born Germany, 1828-1862) --
N.C. Wyeth (American, 1882-1945). Artists repesented in the exhibition, "Today's West! Contemporary Art from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West": Arthur Amiotte (American, born 1942) --
Clyde Aspevig (American, born 1951) --
Gerald Balciar (American, born 1942) --
Carrie L. Ballantyne (American, born 1956) --
James Bama (American, born 1926) --
Joe Beeler (American, 1931-2006) --
Earl Biss (American, 1947-1998) --
Joseph Bohler (American, born 1943) --
David P. Bradley (American, born 1954) --
T.C. Cannon (American, 1946-1978) --
George Carlson (American, born 1940) --
Russell Chatham (American, born 1939) --
Anne Coe (American, born 1949) --
Michael Coleman (American, born 1946) --
William Davis (American, 1949-2010) --
Mikel Donahue (American, born 1956) --
Paul Dyck (American, 1917-2006) --
Chuck Forsman (American, born 1944) --
Charles Fritz (American, born 1955) --
John Giarrizzo (American, born 1955) --
George Gogas (American, born 1929) --
Bruce Graham (American, born 1961) --
R.V. Greeves (American, born 1935) --
Woody Gwyn (American, born 1944) --
Allan C. Houser (American, 1914-1994) --
Donna Howell-Sickles (American, born 1949) --
Wilson Hurley (American, 1924-2008) --
Ned Jacob (American, born 1938) --
T.D. Kelsey (American, born 1956) --
T.Allen Lawson (American, born 1963) --
Robert E. Lougheed (Canadian, 1910-1982) --
Allan E. Mardon (American, born 1931) --
William Matthews (American, born 1949) --
Jim Morgan (American, born 1947) --
Dan Ostermiller (American, born 1956) --
Tom Palmore (American, born 1945) --
Larry Pirnie (American, born 1940) --
Paul Pletka (American, born 1946) --
Howard Post (American, born 1948) --
M.C. Poulsen (American, born 1953) --
Linda Raynolds (American, born 1953) --
Kevin Red Star (American, born 1943) --
James Reynolds (American, 1926-2010) --
Charles Ringer (American, born 1948) --
Thom Ross (American, born 1952) --
Bill Schenck (American, born 1947) --
Fritz Scholder (American, 1937-2005) --
Michael Scott (American, born 1952) --
Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999) --
Robert Seabeck (American, born 1945) --
Gary Ernest Smith (American, born 1942) --
Jaune Quick-to-see Smith (American, born 1940) --
Theodore Waddell (American, born 1941) --
Jim Wilcox (American, born 1941) --
Kathy Wipfler (American, born 1955).
Responsibility: essays by Stephanie Mayer Heydt, Mindy N. Besaw, Emma I. Hansen ; foreword by Peter H. Hassrick ; with contributions by Emily Burns, Maggie M. Cao, Seth Hopkins, Stephanie Fox Knappe, Anne Marie Shriver, Rebecca West.

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