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Cultural leadership in America : art matronage and patronage

Author: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Publisher: Boston : Trustees of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1997.
Series: Fenway Court, 27.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Named Person: Isabella Stewart Gardner; Isabella Stewart Gardner; Isabella Stewart Gardner
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
ISBN: 0964847558 9780964847552
OCLC Number: 39095041
Notes: "The essays in this publication were originally presented at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as ... the Museum's fourth annual interdisciplinary symposium, which was held in 1995 ..."--Title page verso.
Description: 124 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Art matronage in post-Victorian America / Wanda Corn --
Women artists and the problems of metropolitan culture : New York and Chicago, 1890-1910 / Christine Stansell --
Women's philanthropy for women's art, past and present / Karen J. Blair --
Never complain, never explain : Elsie de Wolfe and the art of social change / David Park Curry --
Private museums, public leadership : Isabella Stewart Gardner and the art of cultural authority / Anne Higonnet --
The special connection : Albert Barnes and Lincoln University / David Levering Lewis --
Midwestern medievalism : three Chicago collectors / Neil Harris.
Series Title: Fenway Court, 27.
Responsibility: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

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