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The cultivation of artists in nineteenth-century America

Author: Georgia Brady Barnhill; Diana Korzenik; Caroline Sloat; American Antiquarian Society.
Publisher: Worcester, Mass. : American Antiquarian Society, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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These papers - with one exception - were prepared for The Cultivation of Artists in Nineteenth-Century America, a conference held at the American Antiquarian Society, April 30-May 2, 1993, to celebrate Diana Korzenik's gift of the Cross Family Art Archive to AAS. Subsequently this gift of works by three siblings from Manchester, New Hampshire, that includes their childhood drawings and instructional works, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cultivation of artists in nineteenth-century America.
Worcester, Mass. : American Antiquarian Society, 1997
(OCoLC)676866542
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georgia Brady Barnhill; Diana Korzenik; Caroline Sloat; American Antiquarian Society.
ISBN: 0944026753 9780944026755
OCLC Number: 36215077
Notes: "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 American Antiquarian Society, April 30-May 2, 1993"--Jacket.
Description: 226 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 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-century 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.
Other Titles: Cultivation of artists in 19th-century America
Responsibility: edited by Georgia Brady Barnhill, Diana Korzenik, and Caroline F. Sloat.

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These papers - with one exception - were prepared for The Cultivation of Artists in Nineteenth-Century America, a conference held at the American Antiquarian Society, April 30-May 2, 1993, to celebrate Diana Korzenik's gift of the Cross Family Art Archive to AAS. Subsequently this gift of works by three siblings from Manchester, New Hampshire, that includes their childhood drawings and instructional works, the proofs of their wood engravings, and oils and watercolors done as adults, was augmented with other materials relating to the history of the family and its artists. Taken together, the conference papers trace the transformation of art in America for its consumers and the evolution of working in art.

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