American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent

American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent Author Kathleen A. Foster
ISBN-10 9780300225891
Release 2017-03-07
Pages 496
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The fascinating story of the transformation of American watercolor practice between 1866 and 1925 The formation of the American Watercolor Society in 1866 by a small, dedicated group of painters transformed the perception of what had long been considered a marginal medium. Artists of all ages, styles, and backgrounds took up watercolor in the 1870s, inspiring younger generations of impressionists and modernists. By the 1920s many would claim it as "the American medium." This engaging and comprehensive book tells the definitive story of the metamorphosis of American watercolor practice between 1866 and 1925, identifying the artist constituencies and social forces that drove the new popularity of the medium. The major artists of the movement - Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, William Trost Richards, Thomas Moran, Thomas Eakins, Charles Prendergast, Childe Hassam, Edward Hopper, Charles Demuth, and many others - are represented with lavish color illustrations. The result is a fresh and beautiful look at watercolor's central place in American art and culture.



Awash in Color

Awash in Color Author Sue Welsh Reed
ISBN-10 0821226193
Release 1999-09-01
Pages 266
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Celebrating the great American watercolor, this unique collection of images features the work of Sargent, Homer, LaFarge, Prendergast, Demuth, Marin, Burchfield, and Hopper, among others. Original.



MASTERS COLOR LIGHT

MASTERS COLOR   LIGHT Author Linda S. Ferber
ISBN-10 UOM:39015038562693
Release 1998-03-17
Pages 223
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Highlighting 150 paintings that span nearly two centuries, this richly illustrated volume documents the origin and development of one of the nation's finest collections by investigating for the first time aspects of American watercolor's patronage and critical reception.



Marsden Hartley s Maine

Marsden Hartley s Maine Author Donna M. Cassidy
ISBN-10 9781588396136
Release 2017-03-13
Pages 184
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Marsden Hartley had a lifelong personal and aesthetic engagement with Maine, where he was born in 1877 and where he died at age sixty-six. As an important member of the artistic circle promoted by Alfred Stieglitz, Hartley began his career by painting the mountains of western Maine. He subsequently led a peripatetic life, traveling throughout Europe and North America and only occasionally visiting his native state. By midlife, however, his itinerant existence had taken an emotional toll, and he confided to Stieglitz that he wanted “so earnestly a ‘place’ to be.” Finally returning to the state in his later years, he transformed his identity from urbane sophisticate to “the painter from Maine.” But while Maine has played a clear and defining role in Hartley’s art, not until now has this relationship been studied with the breadth and richness it warrants. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Verdana} Marsden Hartley’s Maine is the first in-depth discussion of Hartley’s complex and shifting relationship to his native state. Illustrated with works from throughout the painter’s career, it provides a nuanced understanding of Hartley’s artistic range, from the exhilarating Post-Impressionist landscapes of his early years to the late, roughly rendered paintings of Maine and its people. The absorbing essays examine Hartley’s view of Maine as a place of light and darkness whose spirit imbued his art, which encompassed buoyant coastal views, mournful mountain vistas, and portraits of Mainers. An illustrated chronology provides an overview of Hartley’s life, juxtaposing major personal incidents with concurrent events in Maine’s history. For Hartley, who was strongly influenced by such artists as Paul Cézanne, Winslow Homer, and Albert Pinkham Ryder, Maine was an enduring source of inspiration, one powerfully intertwined with his past, his cultural milieu, and his desire to create a regional expression of American modernism.



Princely Armor in the Age of D rer

Princely Armor in the Age of D  rer Author Pierre Terjanian
ISBN-10 0300176317
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 54
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Examines two German armors for man and horse recently acquired by the Philadelphia Museum of Art which demonstrate the superior design and craftsmanship of princely armor in the early 16th century, discussing the function, design, decoration and manufacture of these masterpieces. Original.



A history of watercolor

A history of watercolor Author Bernard Brett
ISBN-10 0671807978
Release 1984
Pages 256
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Looks at watercolor paintings from ancient Egypt to the present, including works from China and India, as well as Europe, and discusses the colors, brushes, and papers used in watercolors



A is for Art Museum

A is for Art Museum Author Katy Friedland
ISBN-10 1592139639
Release 2008
Pages 64
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Presents a different word and work of art involving that word for each letter of the alphabet and invites young readers to answer questions about each work of art.



Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting

Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting Author Adriaan Waiboer
ISBN-10 0300222939
Release 2017
Pages 320
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A landmark exploration of the engaging network of relationships among genre painters of the Dutch Golden Age The genre painting of the Dutch Golden Age between 1650 and 1675 ranks among the highest pinnacles of Western European art. The virtuosity of these works, as this book demonstrates, was achieved in part thanks to a vibrant artistic rivalry among numerous first-rate genre painters working in different cities across the Dutch Republic. They drew inspiration from each other's painting, and then tried to surpass each other in technical prowess and aesthetic appeal. The Delft master Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) is now the most renowned of these painters of everyday life. Though he is frequently portrayed as an enigmatic figure who worked largely in isolation, the essays here reveal that Vermeer's subjects, compositions, and figure types in fact owe much to works by artists from other Dutch cities. Enlivened with 180 superb illustrations, Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting highlights the relationships - comparative and competitive - among Vermeer and his contemporaries, including Gerrit Dou, Gerard ter Borch, Jan Steen, Pieter de Hooch, Gabriel Metsu, and Frans van Mieris.



Turner s Sketchbooks

Turner s Sketchbooks Author Ian Warrell
ISBN-10 1849762953
Release 2015-05-05
Pages 240
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One of the most popular painters of all time, J. M. W. Turner (1775-1851) created a remarkable collection of sketchbooks over the course of his career. Thoughtful, revealing, and beautifully rendered, Turner's sketchbooks offer an unparalleled window into his creative process. In the absence of detailed written accounts of his extensive travels, the notebooks also contain his impressions of the many places he visited across Britain and Europe. In this book, the first full survey of the artist's sketchbooks, readers are invited to take a privileged look over Turner's shoulder, witnessing the creation and development of ideas that can be traced through to his major paintings. Beginning with his teenage efforts and culminating in the atmospheric color studies of his last years, Turner's Sketchbooks is a unique opportunity to explore the mind of a beloved artist.



John Singer Sargent Watercolors

John Singer Sargent Watercolors Author John Singer Sargent
ISBN-10 0878467912
Release 2012
Pages 247
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John Singer Sargents approach to watercolour was unconventional. Disregarding late-nineteenth-century aesthetic standards that called for carefully delineated and composed landscapes filled with transparent washes, his confidently bold, dense strokes and loosely defined forms startled critics and fellow practitioners alike. One reviewer in England, where Sargent spent much of his adult life, called his work swagger watercolours. For Sargent, however, the watercolours were not so much about swagger as about a new way of thinking. In watercolour as opposed to oils his vision became more personal and his works more interconnected. Presenting nearly 100 works of art, this book is the first major publication of Sargents watercolours in twenty years. Each chapter highlights a different subject or theme that attracted the artists attention during his travels through Europe and the Middle East: sunlight on stone, figures reclining on grass, patterns of light and shadow. Insightful essays by the worlds leading experts enhance this book and introduce readers to the full sweep of Sargents accomplishments in the medium, in works that delight the eye as well as challenge our understanding of this prodigiously gifted artist.



Sargent s Watercolours

Sargent s Watercolours Author Richard Ormond
ISBN-10 1911282077
Release 2017-05
Pages 168
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A beguiling study of John Singer Sargent's works in watercolor, which highlights his audacious, unorthodox and modernist technique.



Tate Watercolor Manual

Tate Watercolor Manual Author Tony Smibert
ISBN-10 1849760888
Release 2014-10-21
Pages 144
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A classic medium, watercolor is practiced by many but mastered by few. This accessible and clear workbook is both a practical guide and an informative history. Beginning with a “1-day course,” the chapters cover technique, equipment, general theory, painting plein air, and conservation. The authors also examine the work of watercolor masters, among them Claude Lorrain, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, John Constable, J. M. W. Turner, and John Ruskin. Each chapter includes photographs and helpful examples of works in progress, explanations of methods, and how-to demonstra­tions. Designed for those who have not picked up a paintbrush since high-school art class as well as more seasoned practitioners, this guide is a must-have for anyone who wants to start out in watercolors, become a more assured and better artist, or simply gain a new understanding of the great watercolorists.



Lessons in Realistic Watercolor

Lessons in Realistic Watercolor Author Mario Andres Robinson
ISBN-10 9781580934459
Release 2016-04-12
Pages 176
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"Robinson's approach to the medium of watercolor is primarily traditional. Many artists find watercolor difficult to control and are often disappointed with the results. The water meanders across the surface of the paper and, given the proper nuance by the artist's brush, it will reluctantly settle. The end result is the bright white of bouncing light contrasted with the liveliness of mysterious shadows. Robinson's method teaches artists to layer colors from light to dark and to focus on the highlighted areas first. Further, his "live in the moment" approach embraces watercolor's unpredictability as part of the process, the end result being a painting with intensity, spontaneity, and beauty. For the beginner, mid-level, or professional artist, Robinson introduces his unique working method that shifts the focus from the end result to the enjoyment of each stage of the painting process. Readers will learn how to start by stretching the paper to achieve a pristine surface; choose the right materials (brushes, palettes, paints, etc.); do a preliminary drawing; establish the subject's light, middle, and dark values with a tonal underdrawing; create symmetrical features and mass big sha



American Moderns on Paper

American Moderns on Paper Author Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822036434470
Release 2010
Pages 208
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Presents a selection of one hundred watercolors, pastels, and drawings created between 1910 and 1960 from artists that include O'Keefe, Wadsworth, and Marin.



American folk

American folk Author Gerald W. R. Ward
ISBN-10 UOM:39015050022477
Release 2001
Pages 111
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Folk art has been part of the American idiom for nearly as long as America has been a nation. Today it remains one of the best-loved and most fervently collected forms of American art, a diverse and authentic vernacular expression. This new soft-cover edition of American Folkpresents over 60 remarkable objects from one of the country's most prominent collections of folk art. Included are paintings, carvings, textiles, prints, frakturs, furniture, and utilitarian objects, dating from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century. Such masterpieces as Erastus Salisbury Field's lush The Garden of Eden, E.L. George's surrealistic Child in a Rocking Chair, a complex monumental quilt by former slave Harriet Powers, and Wilhelm Schimmel's extraordinary carved animals appear alongside a remarkable assortment of whirligigs, windmills, decorated chests, figurines and even carousel dogs. Lavishly illustrated, American Folkis a vibrant and engaging introduction to one of the country's proudest cultural traditions. "Many [of these] objects are masterpieces... These works survive as intriguing, often poignant evidence of the circumstances of ordinary lives, and of the need to make art." --Deborah Weisgall, The New York Times



Harvard University Art Museums Bulletin

Harvard University Art Museums Bulletin Author
ISBN-10 UVA:X006168582
Release 1999
Pages
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Harvard University Art Museums Bulletin has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Harvard University Art Museums Bulletin also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Harvard University Art Museums Bulletin book for free.



John Singer Sargent

John Singer Sargent Author Richard Ormond
ISBN-10 UOM:39015080821021
Release 2009
Pages 272
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Throughout his career—and particularly in the period from 1898 to 1913—John Singer Sargent painted the spectacular architecture and scenes of everyday life in Venice, as he sat alongside the Grand Canal or in a gondola in the sleepy side canals. This lavishly illustrated book presents all the luminous masterworks that Sargent completed during that fertile fifteen-year period: oils and watercolors that reveal his taste for the Renaissance, Baroque, and high style in art and architecture as they were seen in the city’s unique light. The book reproduces and documents 141 works, including several that are published for the first time. An authoritative essay explores the aesthetics of Sargent’s Venetian work, places it in the context of his oeuvre as a whole, explains Sargent’s relationships with his patrons in Venice, and discusses the exhibitions and marketing of this work in London and New York. The book also provides a map of Venice marking every known location that Sargent painted and displays dozens of contemporary color photographs of the sites.