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Eastman Johnson : painting America

Author: Teresa A CarboneEastman JohnsonPatricia HillsBrooklyn Museum of Art.San Diego Museum of Art.All authors
Publisher: New York : Brooklyn Museum of Art, in association with Rizzoli International Publications, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"One of the most important painters of the 19th century, Eastman Johnson (1824-1906) produced a number of canvases that now stand as icons of American art. Works like his Negro Life at the South (1859), Fiddling His Way (1866). Not at Home (ca. 1873), and The Cranberry Harvest, Island of Nantucket (1880) are remarkable both for their artistic originality and for what they suggest about American culture of the
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Carbone, Teresa A.
Eastman Johnson.
New York : Brooklyn Museum of Art, in association with Rizzoli International Publications, ©1999
(OCoLC)607391308
Named Person: Eastman Johnson; Eastman Johnson; Eastman Johnson; Eastman Johnson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Teresa A Carbone; Eastman Johnson; Patricia Hills; Brooklyn Museum of Art.; San Diego Museum of Art.; Seattle Art Museum.
ISBN: 0847822141 9780847822140 0872731383 9780872731387
OCLC Number: 40890957
Notes: Catalog of the exhibition held at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Oct. 29, 1999 to Feb. 6, 2000; San Diego Museum of Art, Feb. 26 to May 21, 2000; and Seattle Art Museum, June 8 to Sept. 10, 2000.
Description: 272 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
Contents: From crayon to brush: the education of Eastman Johnson, 1840-1858 / Teresa A. Carbone --
Genius of the hour: Eastman Johnson in New York, 1860-1880 / Teresa S. Carbone --
Painting race: Eastman Johnson's pictures of slaves, ex-slaves, and freedmen / Patricia Hills --
Home-loving sentiments: domestic contexts for Eastman Johnson's paintings / Jane Weiss --
In whose shadow? Eastman Johnson and Winslow Homer in the postwar decades / Sarah Burns --
Eastman Johnson and the culture of American individualism / Anne C. Rose.
Responsibility: Teresa A. Carbone [and] Patricia Hills ; with contributions by Jane Weiss, Sarah Burns, Anne C. Rose ; edited by Teresa A. Carbone.

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Published in conjunction with the Brooklyn Museum of Art, this volume accompanies the first major retrospective of 19th-century American painter Eastman Johnson (1824-1906) in more than 25 years. 210  Read more...

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