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Philadelphia's cultural landscape : the Sartain family legacy

Author: Katharine Martinez; Page Talbott; Elizabeth Johns
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Temple University Press, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In their day, from 1830 to 1930, members of the Sartain family of Philadelphia were widely admired as printmakers, painters, art administrators, and educators. Since then, the accomplishments of three generations of Sartains - John, children Samuel, Henry, Emily, and William, and grand-daughter Harriet - have become obscure. This wide-ranging collection of essays aims to rectify that situation."--Jacket.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Sartain family.; Sartain family.; Sartain (Family)
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katharine Martinez; Page Talbott; Elizabeth Johns
ISBN: 156639791X 9781566397919
OCLC Number: 43859482
Description: xvi, 211 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Contents: Foreword / Happy Craven Fernandez --
Sartain Family Tree --
1. A Portrait of the Sartain Family and Their Home / Katharine Martinez --
2. Prints in the Sartains' Circle / Helena E. Wright --
3. John Sartain and Peter F. Rothermel / Mark Thistlethwaite --
4. John Sartain and Joseph Harrison, Jr. / Sue Himelick Nutty --
5. Edward Dalton Marchant's Abraham Lincoln / Andrew L. Thomas --
6. Assembling Fairmount Park / Elizabeth Milroy --
7. John Sartain and the Contest of Taste at the Centennial / Ethan Robey --
8. William Sartain and Cecilia Beaux: The Influences of a Teacher / Tara Leigh Tappert --
9. The Autobiographical Scrapbooks of William Sartain / Cheryl Leibold.
Responsibility: Katharine Martinez and Page Talbott, editors ; with essays by Elizabeth Johns [and others].

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