6 edition of Revolution and tradition in modern American art. found in the catalog.
Revolution and tradition in modern American art.
John I. H. Baur
|Series||The Library of Congress series in American civilization|
|LC Classifications||N6512 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 170 p.|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||51013174|
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Revolution and Tradition in Modern American Art. (The Library of Congress Series in American Civilisation.). A survey --Revolution in subject: the American scene --Revolution in subject: the machine and the subconscious --Revolution in form: expressionism --Revolution in form: abstract art, --Revolution in form: abstract art today --The tradition: impressionism and romantic realism --The tradition: realists and primitives --The tradition: romantic visionaries --The artist in the modern.
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Lavishly illustrated, it is essential reading for historians of this period and indeed anyone with an interest in 'the visual turn.'"—American Historical Review "Art in a Season of Revolution brings to brilliant culmination Lovell's Cited by: Of Arms and Artists is a delightful and informative tour through the family album of the American Revolution, and while the faces may be familiar, through Staiti's work we gain new insight into the character of the artists, the people they painted, and the cause of Revolution." - William M.
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