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Author: Nancy Dustin Wall Moure
Publisher: Los Angeles : Dustin Publications, 1998.
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Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall.
California art.
Los Angeles : Dustin Publications, 1998
(OCoLC)607164888
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Dustin Wall Moure
ISBN: 0961462248 9780961462246 0961462256 9780961462253
OCLC Number: 40234375
Notes: "Where to buy California Art" [4 p.] inserted.
Description: 560 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 31 cm
Contents: Before 1890 --
1. The beginnings : works on paper to 1900 --
California's age of exploration (1542-1769) --
The Spanish period (1769-1822) --
The Mexican period (1822-47) --
The Mexican American War (1846-47) --
American occupation (1847-1900) --
2. Artists of the Gold Rush --
Genre and portraiture (1850-90) --
3. The golden age of landscape painting : wilderness subjects --
Yosemite and other wilderness subjects (1860-80) --
4. The golden age of landscape painting : valley and shore --
Landscape of settled valleys --
Marine paintings --
Tropicals (1860-80) --5. German study and the fashion for figural compositions and still life --
Düsseldorf and Munich --
History and literary painting (1850-1900) --
Still life (1850-1900) --
6. Art, the Industrial Revolution, and urban living --
Genre (1850-1900) --
'Primitive" peoples as subject (Chinatown, Hawaii, Japan, and the South Pacific --
Turn of the century, 1890-1915 --
7. California artists bow to Paris --
French influence : the Barbizon style and Tonalism (1885-1914) --
8. The American Renaissance style and worlds of the imagination --
California Renaissance painting (1890-1915) --
Symbolist painting (1890-1925) --
9. 1890-1915 : growth of the arts and non-painting media --
Sculpture (Neo-classical, Naturalistic, and Beaux Arts) --
Printmaking (etching, monotype, and woodblock) --
Photography (documentary and camera pictorialist --
Arts and crafts to 1915--
10. Art begins in Southern California --
Missions in art (1825-1930) --
Railroads and art (1850-90) --
11. Southern California's cities develop art communities --
Permanent art communities develop in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Barbara (1890-1912) --
World War I and the boom of the Twenties --
12. 1915-1930 : growth of the arts and non-printing media --
Sculpture (carving and ceramic) --
Printmaking (etching and woodblock) --
photography (Japanese camera pictorialists and f.64) --
Arts and crafts (ceramic tiles) --
13. Impressionism : the art of light --
Painting at the Panama-Pacific Exposition (1915) --
Impressionists of the South (Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Diego (1890-1920) --
Impressionists of the North (the Bay Area, Monterey/Carmel) (1890-1920) --
14. Post Impressionism : the art of color and expression --
Society of Six (1915-30) --
Southern California (1915-30) --
15. Seaside art colonies of California --
The North (Carmel / Monterey / Pacific Grove / Santa Cruz( (1870-1930) --
The South (Laguna Beach (1900-30) --
Seascape painters of the early Twentieth Century --
16. Artists of the desert, cowboys, and Native Americans --
Evolution of paintings depicting the desert, cowboy, and Native Americans (1890-1950) --
The Great Depression --
17. 1930-1945 : growth of the arts and non-painting media --
Sculpture (private / government art project --
Printmaking (lithography, wood engraving, and linoleum block --
Photography (Hollywood glamour, social documentary, and photojournalism --
Hollywood and art --
Crafts (ceramics) --
Golden Gate International Exposition (1939) --
18. Modernism and American scene oil painting --
Modernism to 1930 --
American scene (Regionalism and Social Realism) (1925-40) --
19. Watercolor painting to 1950 --
Watercolor painting before 1930 (topographical and English style) --
Watercolor painting of the 1930s (California style --
Berkeley School --
Asian influence) --
20. Mural painting to 1960 --
Murals to 1930 --
Government Art Project murals (1933-1943) --
Murals for the Golden Gate International Exposition (1939) --
Murals in the 1940s and 1950s --
21. Modern art styles of the 1930s --
Abstraction --
Art Decoratif --
Precisionism --
Hollywood community supports MOdernism --
Post-Surrealism --
Society for Sanity in Art --
22. Still life and figure painting through the first half of the Twentieth Century --
Academic figure and still life (1915-30) --
Formalist Realist still life and figures (1940s) --
Nudes --
Resolution of Illusionism and Formalism in the postwar period --
World War II and the postwar period, 1945-1960 --
23. Art during World War II --
Art and World War II --
Japanese-Californian artist and the war --
24. Surrealism of the 1940s --
Southern California )(Romantic Surrealism and flux --
NOrthern California surrealism (Abstract and Dynaton) --
25. 1945-1960 : growth of the arts and non-painting media --
Modernism --
Sculpture (kinetic, metal, assemblage, and ceramic) --
Printmaking (serigraphy and intaglio) --
Drawing --
Photography --
Studio Crafts Movement --
26. Postwar MOdernist painting --
Bay Area Abstract Expressionism (1945-50) --
Los Angeles's Abstract Expressionism (1958-62) --
Bay Area figurative painting (1950-65) --
The Art Renaissance, 1960-1975 --
27. 1960-1975 : growth of the arts and non-painting media, sculpture --
Los Angeles challenges New York for "first" Art City --
Proliferation of Modern Art organizations and institutions --
Sculpture (small ceramic and wood, large scale Minimalist sculpture, and sculpture gardens --
28. 1960-1975 : the "Fine Arts" absorb other traditional art forms --
Printmaking (workshops) --
Artists' books --
Paper and pulp --
Collage --
Drawing --
Photography --
Crafts ceome "art" (ceramics, jewelry, furniture, glass, and fiber) --
29. 1960-1975: Modernism's new non-painting media --
Conceptual Art --
Site specific installations --
LIght and space installations --
Earthworks - Video --
Performance --
30. Modernism : Hard Edge/Geometric Abstraction, 1940-70) --
Geometric Abstraction of the 1940s --
Abstract Classicism --
The Reductive Trend of the 1960s --
(color field, optical art, Minimalism, post-painterly/Geometric Abstraction, and L.A. glass and plastic) --
Light and space "paintings" --
31. OUtside Modernism : fantasy and imagination --
Beat Art (Funk( 1950-65) --
Hippie Art (psychedelic and visionary) (1965-75) --
Personal mythologies (Dude Ranch Dada) --
Art of southern California's Car and Surfer Countercultures --
Punk/New Wave --
Graffiti --
Tattoo --
True Folk Art --
32. Beyond Modernism : representational art of the 1960s and 1970s --
Pop Art --
Photorealism --
New Realism --
33. Beyond Modernism : the Civil Rights Revolution and the emergence of "minority" artists --
Civil Rights Revolution of the 1960s : art of feminist, gays, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Native Americans --
34. Beyond Modernism : Latino artists and California's Street Mural Renaissance --
Chicano artists (murals, easel painting) --
California mural painting (1968-96) --
The last twenty years, 1975-1995 --
35. The Postmodern Ear : Abstraction --
Growth of the arts 1975-89 --
Pluralism of the 1970s --
Abstraction (Hard edged, Expressive, Process Art, and Pattern and Decoration) --
36. The Postmodern Era : new technologies and themes --
Conceptual "painting" --
Breakdown of barriers between "high" and "low" art --
Art and the new electronics technologies --
Return of Humanist themes --
37. The Postmodern Era : Humanism of the 1990s --
The recession of 1989 and Humanism of the 1990s --
Public art and education --
Search for personal identity 0--
End of millennium (Worlds of the imagination --
Social and political protest --
Psychological malaise) --
38. California art emerges as a historical discipline --
/Exhibitions of, publications on, museums dedicated to, and collectors of California Art --
Timeline.
Responsibility: Nancy Dustin Wall Moure.

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