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American painting of the nineteenth century : realism, idealism, and the American experience / Barbara Novak.

2d ed.. New York : Harper and Row, 1979.
ISBN 0064300996, 0064300994, 9780064300995

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Subjects Painting, American -- 19th century.
Painting, American.
Peinture -- États-Unis -- 19ème siècle.
Peinture américaine -- 19e siècle.
Peinture américaine.
Series Icon editions.
Description 350 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-339) and index.
Contents Prolegomena to the nineteenth century: Copley and the American tradition -- Washington Allston: an American romantic tradition -- Thomas Cole: the dilemma of the real and the ideal -- Asher B. Durand: Hudson River School solutions -- Luminism: an alternative tradition -- Fitz Hugh Lane: a paradigm of luminism -- Martin Johnson Heade: haystacks and light -- William Sidney Mount: monumental genre -- George Caleb Bingham: Missouri classicism -- Winslow Homer: concept and percept -- Thomas Eakins: science and sight -- Albert Pinkham Ryder: even with a thought -- William Harnett: every object rightly seen -- The painterly mode in America -- Epilogue: the twentieth century -- Brief biographies of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century artists.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5591941
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Novak, Barbara.
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