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Matt Backer

"Black Spirit": Works on Paper by Eldzier Cortor; essay by Matt Backer (3/22/06)

Edward Hopper: An Artist in Pursuit of Desire; essay by Matt Backer (3/24/06)

 

Roger E. Belson and John J. Henderson

"Art & Tourism in the White Mountains, 1850-1900" American Art Review March-April 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 2) NI

 

Frederick Baekeland

"Collectors of American Painting, 1813 to 1913" American Art Review November-December 1976 (Volume III, Number 6)

 

Susan Sipple Elliott & Frederick Baekeland

"An American Collection, 1833-1935" American Art Review May-June 1999 (Volume XI, Number 3) NI

 

Sharon Long Baerny

Public Art, Public History; article by Sharon Long Baerny

 

Matthew Baigell

"Territory, Race, Religion: Images of Manifest Destiny" American Art (Vol. 4, No. 3-4; Summer/Fall 1990)

Albert Bierstadt; essay by Matthew Biagell (1999)

 

Mary Baillie

"Luigi Lucioni: A Centenary Retrospective" American Art Review May-June 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 3) NI

 

Joseph Armstrong Baird, Jr.

"Charles Christian Nahl: Artist of the Gold Rush Exhibition Review" American Art Review September-October 1976 (Volume III, Number 5) NI

 

Alex Baker

Eamon Ore-Giron: Mirage; essay by Alex Baker (3/23/05)

 

James R. Bakker

"Lazzell & Loeb: Women on the Edge of Modernism" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1) NI

"William H. Littlefield, A Retrospective" American Art Review May-June 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 3)

"The Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum" American Art Review May-June 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 3) NI

Charles Webster Hawthorne Founds the Cape Cod School of Art; essay by James R. Bakker (8/17/11)

 

Peter Baldaia

"From Heart to Hand, The Art of the American Miniature Portrait" American Art Review February-March 96

RASJr25: Robert A. Schaefer, Jr. -- 25 Years of Photography (12/5/99)

Watermedia 2000 (4/13/00)

The Frame in America: 1860-1960 (9/9/00)

Encounters: Jere Allen (11/15/00)

Encounters: Dale Lewis (11/15/00)

Red Clay Survey: Seventh Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Southern Art (11/15/00)

Encounters: Carlton Nell, Jr. (5/1/03)

From Hand to Heart: The Art of the American Miniature Portrait; essay by Peter J. Baldaia (3/22/04)

 

 

Debra Bricker Balken

Art Journal "In Focus: Alfred Stieglitz" - book reviews, Summer, 1996 by Debra Bricker Balken [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for your reference]

Art Journal "Alfred Stieglitz at Lake George". - book reviews, Summer, 1996 by Debra Bricker Balken [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for your reference]

After Many Springs: Regionalism, Modernism, and the Midwest; essay by Debra Bricker Balken (2/13/09)

 

 

Robert D. Ballard

Coastal Images of America: Paintings, by Ray Ellis and Robert D. Ballard, Published 1998, ISBN: 978-0-7892-0313-7. (online book excerpt from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)

 

James K. Ballinger

"Frederic Remington's Southwest" American Art Review Summer 92 NI

The Authentic West Endures at Museum's Annual Cowboy Artists of America Exhibition (8/21/97)

In Search of the National Landscape: William Trost Richards in the Adirondacks (10/22/01)

 

 

Gene Balzer

The Beauty of Navajo Jewelry, By Theda Bassman, Ph.D., Gene Balzer. Preview this book. Published 1997 by Kiva Publishing. 79 pages. ISBN:1885772025. Google Books says: "An elegant array of museum quality pieces are showcased illustrating the marvelous creativity and artistry of Navajo jewelers. The book features the fine photography of noted photographer Gene Balzer. Detailed descriptions accompany each piece photographed." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (right: front cover, The Beauty of Navajo Jewelry. Photo courtesy Google Books)

 

Carrie Rebora Barratt

Magazine Antiques "Gilbert Stuart in England and Ireland," Nov, 2004 by Carrie Rebora Barratt [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for your reference]

 

Carrie Rebora Barratt & Ellen G. Miles

"Gilbert Stuart (1755 - 1828)" American Art Review November-December 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 6) NI

 

Stephanie Barron

"Made in California: Art, Image and Identity, 1900 - 2000" American Art Review November-December 2000 (Volume XII, Number 6) NI

 

Claire M. Barry

Cantor Arts Center Apppints Dr. Claire Perry as Curator of American Art (1/5/99)

 

Claire M. Barry & Doreen Bolger

"Thomas Eakins' The Swimming Hole" American Art Review October-November 94

Thomas Eakins' "The Swimming Hole"; article by Claire M. Barry and Doreen Bolger (5/13/04)

Magazine Antiques "Thomas Eakins's 'Swimming Hole.' - 1885 Painting in the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas," March, 1994 by Doreen Bolger, Claire M. Barry [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for your reference]

 

Judith A. Barter & Sarah Kelly

"Chicago and the Art of the New Frontier, 1890-1940" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5) NI

 

John Barton

"Emily Carr: New Perspectives" American Art Review July-August 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 4)

 

Glenn Bassett

"Mabel Alvarez, A Personal Memory" American Art Review March-April 1999 (Volume XI, Number 2) NI

 

Ben Bassham

"Conrad Wise Chapman, Valley of Mexico" American Art Review February 97 NI

 

George Bassi

"Charles Hawthorne & Henry Hensche" American Art Review May-June 1999 (Volume XI, Number 3) NI

 

Theda Bassman

The Beauty of Navajo Jewelry, By Theda Bassman, Ph.D., Gene Balzer. Preview this book. Published 1997 by Kiva Publishing. 79 pages. ISBN:1885772025. Google Books says: "An elegant array of museum quality pieces are showcased illustrating the marvelous creativity and artistry of Navajo jewelers. The book features the fine photography of noted photographer Gene Balzer. Detailed descriptions accompany each piece photographed." Note: Google Books offers a Limited Preview of this book. For more information on this and other digitizing initiatives from publishers please click here and here. (right: front cover, The Beauty of Navajo Jewelry. Photo courtesy Google Books)

 

Geoffrey Bates

"Art in the Abstract and Manierre Dawson" American Art Review July-August 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 4) NI

 

Linda Batis

"Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad" American Art Review January-February 98

Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad - Etchings and Lithographs from the Carnegie Museum of Art (3/10/98)

Dream Street: W. Eugene Smith's Pittsburgh Photographs (7/15/02)

Childe Hassam: Prints and Drawings from the Collection (12/11/03)

 

 

Jonathan Batkin

Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center: History of Collections, 1986, Jonathan Batkin, "The Taylor Museum: A Tribute to Folklore" (pp. 43-49) [status]

 

Maricia Battle

"Brett Weston: An Appreciation" American Art (Vol. 7, No. 2; Spring 1993)

 

John I. H. Baur

"'. . . the exact brushwork of Mr. David Johnson,' An American Landscape Painter, 1827­1908" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 4; 1980)

"A Painter of Painters: Stacy Tolman (1860­1935)" American Art Journal ( vol. 11, no. 1; 1979)

Figure in American Art 1764-1983, C1986, Kennedy Galleries, NY (status)

The Figure in American Art: 1764-1983; essay by John I.H. Baur (1/12/09)

 

Paula A. Baxter

Encyclopedia of Native American Jewelry: A Guide to History, People, and Terms, By Paula A. Baxter, Allison Bird-Romero. Published 2000 by Oryx Press. 296 pages. ISBN:1573561282. Google Books says: "This new guide is the first to explore all facets of Native American jewelry -- its history, variety, and quality -- in one convenient resource. With coverage beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, this resource includes artists, techniques, materials, motifs, and more. The encyclopedia opens with a helpful introductory essay to acquaint the reader with the subject. More than 350 entries and over 80 photos make this new encyclopedia an exceptional value." (right: front cover, Encyclopedia of Native American Jewelry: A Guide to History, People, and Terms. Photo courtesy Google Books)

 

Graham W J. Beal & Jan Kulick-Belin

" American Art from the Detroit Institute of Arts" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6) NI

 

Michael Beam

Rural America -- Remembering the Family Farm: Prints from the collection of Steve Schmidt; with essay by Michael Beam (11/17/07)

 

Brett Beatty

"Regional Art from Kansas Public Schools" American Art Review March-April 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 2) (status)

 


Mora J. Beauchamp-Byrd

The Amistad Research Center / Artist Biographies, essay and biographies by Mora J. Beauchamp-Byrd (8/29/01)

 

Joseph Antenucci Becherer

"Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park" American Art Review March-April 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 2) NI

 

David P. Becker

"200 Years of Printing Making in Maine" American Art Review November-December 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 6)

 

Jack Becker

"Henry Ward Ranger" American Art Review July-August 1999 (Volume XI, Number 4) NI

" The California Impressionists at Laguna" American Art Review July-August 2000 (Volume XII, Number 4) NI

Henry Ward Ranger and the Humanized Landscape, by Jack Becker, Lance Mayer, Gay Myers - Art - 1999 (status)

 

Janis Ziller Becker

Joseph Henry Sharp: A Symphony in Silence; essay by by Bruce Eldredge, Nell Horton and Janis Ziller Becker (11/20/04)

 

Christopher Bedford & Marianne Berardi

"Jean and Paul Ulen & the Slade School Legacy" American Art Review January-February 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 1)

Drawn to Perfection: Jean and Paul Ulen and the Slade School Legacy in Cleveland; essay by Christopher Bedford and Marianne Berardi (1/7/04)

 

Marianne Berardi & Christopher Bedford

"The Politics of Power in in Cleveland's Art World" American Art Review March-April 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 2) (status)

Drawn to Perfection: Jean and Paul Ulen and the Slade School Legacy in Cleveland; essay by Christopher Bedford and Marianne Berardi (1/7/04)

 

Faith Andrews Bedford

"The Divided Paintings of Frank W. Benson" American Art Review August-September 95 NI

"Frank W. Benson: His Sporting Art" American Art Review December 96 NI

"Frank W. Benson: American Impressionist" American Art Review September-October 2000 (Volume XII, Number 5) NI

Light Shines on Frank W. Benson: American Impressionist (9/19/00)

 

Todd Behrens

Drawn from Life:  Works on Paper from the August L. & L. Tommie Freundlich Trust; lecture by Todd Behrens (6/15/06)

James Michaels: Passion for Paint, essay by Todd Behrens (10/20/06)

 

Ruth K. Belikove

Jewels of the Navajo Loom: The Rugs of Teec Nos Pos pages IV through 35 (Intro. through The Exhibit) Published by Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, 2003. ISBN 0890134553, 9780890134559. (status)

 

Adrienne Baxter Bell

"George Inness and the Visionary Perspective" American Art Review September-October 2003 (Volume XV, Number 5) NI

Magazine Antiques "George Inness and the Unfinished Painting," Nov, 2003 by Adrienne Baxter Bell [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for your reference]

 

Wendy Bellion

"Illusion and Allusion: Charles Willson Peale's Staircase Group at the Columbianum Exhibition" American Art (Vol. 17, No. 2; Summer 2003)

 

S. G. W. Benjamin

"Tendencies of Art in America" American Art Review September-October 1973 (Volume I, Number 1) NI

 

Tritobia Hayes Benjamin

"Walter O. Evans Collection of African-American Art" American Art Review May-June 2003 (Volume XV, Number 3) NI

The Howard University Gallery of Art; essay by Tritobia Hayes Benjamin (5/29/03)

 

Kathleen Motes Bennewitz

"John F. Kensett at Beverly, Massachusetts" American Art Journal (vol. 21, no. 4; 1989)


Marianne Berardi

"Margot Peet, 1903 - 1995" American Art Review July-August 1999 (Volume XI, Number 4)

Thomas Hart Benton, by Marianne Berardi (4/30/01)

"Artists of the Heartland from the Moffett Collection" American Art Review September-October 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 5)

"The Art of Joseph M. Cintron" American Art Review January-February 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 1)

"The Union Club of Cleveland" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5)

 

Marianne Berardi & Christopher Bedford

"The Politics of Power in in Cleveland's Art World" American Art Review March-April 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 2) (status)

 

Christopher Bedford & Marianne Berardi

"Jean and Paul Ulen & the Slade School Legacy" American Art Review January-February 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 1)

Drawn to Perfection: Jean and Paul Ulen and the Slade School Legacy in Cleveland; essay by Christopher Bedford and Marianne Berardi (1/7/04)

 

Jill Berarducci

Cross-Country Tour of Museums (1997)

 

Martin A. Berger

"Modernity and Gender in Thomas Eakins's Swimming" American Art (Vol. 11, No. 3; Fall 1997)

 

Ita G. Berkow

"Evelina Mount, 1837 - 1920" American Art Review March-April 97

"Long Island Paintings from a Private Collection" American Art Review July-August 98

 

Janet Catherine Berlo

Magazine Antiques Black Hawk's drawing of a vision, Jan, 1997 by Gilbert T. Vincent, Janet Catherine Berlo [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

Magazine Antiques Nineteenth-century Plains Indian drawings, Nov, 1996 by Janet Catherine Berlo [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

Avis Berman

"Whistler and the Printed Page: The Artist as Book Designer" American Art (Vol. 9 No. 2; Summer 1995)

"Like Robinson Crusoe: Jacob Kainen and the Washington Art World American Art (Vol. 15, No. 3; Fall 2001)

 

Mindy A. Besaw

Artist-explorers and Today's Western Landscape ; essay by Mindy A. Besaw (3/28/08)

Go West! Art of the American Frontier; article by Mindy N. Besaw and Stephanie Mayer Heydt (12/9/13)

 

Sarah Beserra

The Plein Air Colorist Tradition: "The Outsiders" (4/99)

Erle Loran: Berkeley Modernist - MALT Event Breaks Record - "Artists for Action" Paint Mt. Diablo (5/27/99)

Carmel Plein Air Festival - Featured Artist: Judy Molyneaux (7/1/99)

Marin Light: Open Space Visions / Baywood Artists Save Oaks (11/6/99)

Preserving California's Gold (12/16/99)

Desert Plein Air (2/15/00)

Our Own Back Yard (3/16/00)

Carmel Plein Air 2000 and Marin Agricultural Land Trust Exhibitions (5/9/00)

Scene on the Strait 2000: Fourth Annual Paint Out, Show and Competition / Marin/Scapes a Triumph (7/28/00)

Bartering for Paintings (12/12/00)

Plein Air Out of State (2/11/01)

Plein Talk (3/7/01)

Out on a SLOPE (4/13/01)

A Leap from the Pedestal (4/28/01)

Carmel Makes My Day, by Sarah Beserra (6/21/01)

Tasty and Bitter Fruit, article by Sarah Beserra (8/16/01)

Strait Laced with Painters, article by Sarah Beserra (10/22/01)

Fame and Fortune, article by Sarah Beserra (10/22/01)

Canvasing Catalina, article by Sarah Beserra (12/7/01)

Brooks Sisters Paint, article by Sarah Beserra (2/8/02)

A Society for Six, article by Sarah Beserra (6/12/02)

California Plein Air News, article by Sarah Beserra (10/14/02)

Taos Society of Artists, article by Sarah Beserra (12/13/02)

Laguna PAPA Riding Wave of Success (4/21/03)

Early California Painters Take Europe By Storm and Joseph Raphael in Monterey (7/10/03)

 

Mark Bessire

Neither / Nor: American Dream, Exiled Hero; essay by Mark Bessire (10/10/13)

 

Matthew Biagell

Albert Bierstadt, essay by Matthew Biagell (1999)

 

Jan Bialostocki

"The State of Art History: 'A Broad Humanistic Outlook'" American Art Journal ( vol. 3, no. 1; 1971)

 

James Biddle

"Guarding America's Heritage" American Art Journal ( vol. 1, no. 1; 1969)

 

Jennifer Martin Bienenstock

"Portraits of Flowers: The Out-of-Door Still-Life Paintings of Maria Oakey Dewing" American Art Review December 1977 (Volume IV, Number 3)

 

Jonathan P. Binstock

"Wayne Thiebaud's Jackpot Machine" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 2; Summer 1996)

 

Sylvia Yount & Jonathan P. Binstock

" Robert Gwathmey / Andy Warhol" American Art Review July-August 2000 (Volume XII, Number 4) (status)

 

William L. Bird, Jr.

"Paint by Number" American Art Review May-June 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 3)

 

Allison Bird-Romero

Encyclopedia of Native American Jewelry: A Guide to History, People, and Terms, By Paula A. Baxter, Allison Bird-Romero. Published 2000 by Oryx Press. 296 pages. ISBN:1573561282. Google Books says: "This new guide is the first to explore all facets of Native American jewelry -- its history, variety, and quality -- in one convenient resource. With coverage beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, this resource includes artists, techniques, materials, motifs, and more. The encyclopedia opens with a helpful introductory essay to acquaint the reader with the subject. More than 350 entries and over 80 photos make this new encyclopedia an exceptional value." (right: front cover, Encyclopedia of Native American Jewelry: A Guide to History, People, and Terms. Photo courtesy Google Books)

 

Cristina Bishop

"John Sloan: Works on Paper" American Art Review November-December 97 (status)

The Gist of Drawings: Works on Paper by John Sloan (11/3/00)

 

Robert Bishop

"The American Clock" American Art Review December 1977 (Volume IV, Number 3)

 

David Bjelajac

"Washington Allston's Prophetic Voice in Worshipful Song with Antebellum America" American Art (Vol. 5, No. 3; Summer 1991)

 

Mary Black

"Contributions toward a History of Early Eighteenth-Century New York Portraiture: The Identification of the Aetatis Suae and Wendell Limners" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 4; 1980)

 

Patti Carr Black

"Eudora Welty Among Artists of the Thirties" American Art Review May-June 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 3)

 

Peter Black

"J. M. Whistler: Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery" American Art Review November-December 2004 (Volume XVI, Number 6)

 

Margaret Blagg

"The Old Jail Art Center" American Art Review November-December 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 6)

Cynthia Brants: Beyond the Circle; with text by Margaret Blagg (11/24/07)

 

Janet Blake (also see Janet Blake Dominik)

George Gibson (1904-2001), Scene Painter: essay by Janet Blake (5/23/05)

A Chronology on the Life of William Wendt, By Janet Blake (11/28/08)

"In Love with Painting": The Life and Art of Clarence Hinkle; essay by Janet Blake (6/23/12)


Karen Blanchfield

Special Issue The Connecticut Impressionist Trail - American Art Review May-June 97 (status)

Bush-Holley Historic Site (4/10/99)

 

Bartholomew F. Bland

Andrew Stevovich: The Truth about Lola; essay by Bartholomew F. Bland (10/10/08)

Whitfield Lovell: All Things in Time; essay by Bartholomew F. Bland (10/2/08)

Rembert's Rhythm: Pursuing Memory through Pattern and Repetition; essay by Bartholomew F. Bland (2/15/12)

 

Benjamin Blaney & Alexander Stelioes-Wills

"Dwight Blaney: An American Impressionist" American Art Review January-February 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 1)

 

Tiska Blankenship

"The Transcendental Painting Group" American Art Review November-December 97

 

Annette Blaugrund

"The 'Mysterious Mr. O': Walter Mason Oddie (1808­1865)" American Art Journal ( vol. 12, no. 2 ; 1980)

"The Tenth Street Studio Building: A Roster, 1857­1895" American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 2 ; 1982)

"The Tenth Street Studio Building, Artist-Entrepreneurs from the Hudson River School to the American Impressionists" American Art Review July-August 97

Bold Strokes: California Watercolors (2/4/04)

The Artist's Eye: Wolf Kahn as Curator (12/11/03)

Louis M. Eilshemius (1864 - 1941): An Independent Spirit (10/23/01)

The Cos Cob Art Colony: Impressionists on the Connecticut Shore (12/1/00)

Rave Reviews: American Art and its Critics (1826-1925) (7/19/00)

Stuart Davis in Gloucester (5/30/00)

Charles Hawthorne: Watercolors (5/30/00)

American Spectrum: Paintings and Culture from the Smith College Museum of Art (5/30/00)

The 175th Annual Exhibition of National Academy in Planning (11/17/99)

All that Is Glorious Around Us (Hudson River School Painters) (6/22/99)

Men Without Women: Paul Cadmus as Curator (4/13/99)

Treasures Revealed: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century American Works on Paper (1/17/99)

Faces of Time: 75 Years of Time Magazine Cover Portraits (8/3/98)

National Academy's 173rd Annual Exhibition (4/14/98)

All Things Bright and Beautiful: California Impressionist Paintings from the Irvine Museum (3/10/98)

Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad - Etchings and Lithographs from the Carnegie Museum of Art (3/10/98)

Stages of Creation: Public Sculpture by National Academicians (2/19/98)

Fair and Free: Images of Childhood, 1824-1992 (11/21/97)

Barnet by Barnet: An Installation of Portraits (11/19/97)

Major Exhibition on New York's Famed Tenth Street Studio Building -- A Facinating Chapter In The Developing National Art Scene

A National Collection: Paintings Selected from the Collection of The National Academy Museum

Winslow Homer Wood Engravings From The Permanent Collection

The Artist's Eye Offers New Insights on the Critical Eye of the Artist

Limited-Edition Print Portfolio Available

National Academy Clarifies Identity with Change of Name and New Visual Identity

"The Art and Collection of James A. Suydam" American Art Review September-October 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 5)

 

Wendy M. Blazier

"American Modernism from the Kauffman Collection" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6)

"Selections from the Bank of America Collection" American Art Review, May-June 2008 (Volume XX, Number 3)

American Impressionism: Works from the Bank of America Collection; essay by Wendy M. Blazier (3/9/09)

I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Indiana; essay by Wendy M. Blazier (3/9/09)

 

Barry Blinderman

Keith Haring: Future Primeval, By Barry Blinderman et al., Published 1992, ISBN: 978-1-55859-378-7. (online book excerpt available from Abbeville Press) (right: catalogue front cover courtesy Abbeville Press)

 

E. Maurice Bloch

"A Bingham Discovery" American Art Review September-October 1973 (Volume I, Number 1)

 

Ken Bloom

From Dreams May We Learn: Paintings and Drawings by Rabbett Before Horses; Inroduction by Ken Bloom (12/17/07)

 

Jerry. M. Bloomer

"The Hudson River School Exhibition" American Art Review May-June 1974 (Volume I, Number 4)

 

Peter F. Blume

"George Bellows, Dawn of Peace" American Art Review Fall 93

John Clem Clarke: Comforts, Near Disasters, and Pentimenti (10/98)

Sea:Scene:See:Seen (7/19/99)

Allentown Art Museum Appoints David R. Brigham as Director (5/16/02)

Nelson Shanks: Paintings and Drawings; essay by Peter F. Blume (3/30/05)

 

 

Jennifer B. Bodine

A. Aubrey Bodine: Baltimore Pictorialist; text by Jennifer B. Bodine (4/30/08)

 

Kelli Bodle

Outsider Visions: Self-Taught Southern Artists of the 20th Century, with essays by Kelli Bodle and Ann and Ted Oliver (10/7/11)

 

Sarah E. Boehme

"The Art of William Ranney" American Art Review May-June 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 3)

 

Raquel Boehmer

Monhegan Artists' Residency Corporation; article by Raquel Boehmer and Jim Dugan (4/4/02)

 

Suzaan Boettger

"Eastman Johnson's Blodgett Family and Domestic Values During the Civil War Era" American Art (Vol. 6, No. 4; Fall 1992)

 

Albert Boime

"Blacks in Shark-Infested Waters: Visual Encodings of Racism in Copley and Homer" American Art (Vol. 3, No. 1; Winter 1989)

"Patriarchy Fixed in Stone: Gutzon Borglum's Mount Rushmore" American Art (Vol. 5, No. 1-2; Winter/Spring 1991)

"The Postwar Definition of Self: Marisol's Yearbook Illustrations for the Class of '49" American Art (Vol. 7, No. 2; Spring 1993)

"Georg Sauter and the Bridal Morning " American Art Journal (vol. 2, no. 2; 1970)

"Newman, Ryder, Couture and Hero-Worship in Art History" American Art Journal (vol. 3, no. 2; 1971)

"Thomas Nast and French Art" American Art Journal (vol. 4, no. 1; 1972)

 

George S. Bolge

Jerry Weiss: Landscapes ; essay by George S. Bolge (6/11/99)

 

Doreen Bolger

"Ambrose Andrews and His Masterpiece The Children of Nathan StarrAmerican Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 1; 1990)

 "'Cards and Letters from His Friends': Mr. Hulings' Rack Picture by William Michael Harnett" American Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 2; 1990)

"Frederic Edwin Church and 'The Banner of Dawn'" American Art Journal ( vol. 14, no. 2; 1982)

"Hamilton Easter Field and His Contribution to American Modernism" American Art Journal ( vol. 20, no. 2; 1988)

"Louis Comfort Tiffany and His Early Training at Eagleswood, 1862­1865" American Art Journal ( vol. 19, no. 3 ; 1987)

Faces of Impressionism: Portraits from American Collections (8/6/99)

Power, Politics & Style: Art for the Presidents (8/30/00)

American Impressionism Goes West, essay by Charles C. Eldredge, PhD (8/17/01)

Looking Forward/Looking Black (2/20/02)

American Impressionism: Paintings of Promise; essay by David R. Brigham (5/16/02)

Under the Skin: Reconsidering Cecilia Beaux and John Singer Sargent; essay by Sarah Burns (6/14/02)

In and Out of California: The Participatory Nature of Early California

Magazine Antiques Thomas Eakins's 'Swimming Hole.' - 1885 painting in the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, March, 1994 by Doreen Bolger, Claire M. Barry [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

The Pennsylvania Academy: In this Academy, 1976, Doreen Bolger, "The Education of the American Artist", pp. 51-74 [status]

Metropolitan Museum of Art's MetPublications, an online resource that offers in-depth access to the Museum's print and online publications, covering art, art history, archaeology, conservation, and collecting.includes the following title available for.pdf download: In Pursuit of Beauty: Americans and the Aesthetic Movement; Burke, Doreen Bolger, et al. (1986); American Paradise: The World of the Hudson River School; Avery, Kevin J., Oswaldo Rodriguez Roque, John K. Howat, Doreen Bolger Burke, and Catherine Hoover Voorsanger (1987); American Pastels in The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Bolger, Doreen, ed., with Marjorie Shelley (1989); American Impressionism and Realism: The Painting of Modern Life, 1885-1915; Weinberg, H. Barbara, Doreen Bolger, and David Park Curry (1994)

 

Doreen Bolger & Claire M. Barry

"Thomas Eakins' The Swimming Hole" American Art Review October-November 94

Thomas Eakins' "The Swimming Hole"; essay by Doreen Bolger and Claire M. Barry (4/1/04)

 

Pamela G. Bond

"The Early Years of the Lyme Art Association" American Art Review July-August 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 4)

 

Judith Bonner

Women Artists in Louisiana, 1825-1965: A Place of Their Own; article by Judith Bonner (6/1/09)

 

Margaret Moore Booker

Magazine Antiques Elizabeth Rebecca Coffin, Nantucket artist, Nov, 2001 by Margaret Moore Booker [Link found expired as of 11/7/11 audit. Source may contain this content via a revised URL. We are saving this citation for your reference]

 

M. Elizabeth Boone

"Bullfights and Balconies: Flirtation and Majismo in Mary Cassatt's Spanish Paintings of 1872­73" American Art (Vol. 9 No. 1; Spring 1995)

"American Artists and the Spanish Experience" American Art Review January-February 1999 (Volume XI, Number 1)

 

Peter MacMIllan Booth

The West's Best; gallery guide by Peter MacMillan Booth (5/20/02)

 

Gabor S. Boritt, Harold Holzer, and Mark E. Neely, Jr.

"Francis Bicknell Carpenter (1830-1900): Painter of Abraham Lincoln and His Circle" American Art Journal ( vol. 16, no. 2; 1984)

 

Jill Bossert

"John O. La Gatta: An Artist's Life" American Art Review July-August 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 4)

 

Peter Boswell

Enrique Martínez Celaya: Nomad; essay by Peter Boswell (12/4/07)

 

Peter Bougie

Bougie Studio / The Bougie Studio: Continuing a Long Tradition of Training Painters; essay by Peter Bougie (9/14/98

 

K. M. Bourguignon

"Impressionist Giverny: American Painters in France" American Art Review, May-June 2008 (Volume XX, Number 3)

 

David B. Boyce

Cecil Clark Davis: A Woman Ahead of Her Time , essay by David B. Boyce (10/8/02)

"The Etchings of R. Swain Gifford" American Art Review July-August 2003 (Volume XV, Number 4)

 

Richard J. Boyle

"The American Revival of Tempera Painting, 1930-1950" American Art Review March-April 2002 (Volume XIV, Number 2)

The Pennsylvania Academy: In this Academy, 1976, Richard Boyle, "American Impressionism", pp. 138-161 [status]

American Impressionism; essay by Richard J. Boyle (7/29/08)

 

Alan Braddock

"John Sloan: Works on Paper" American Art Review November-December 97 (status)

 

Olive Bragazzi

"The Story behind the Rediscovery of William Harnett and John Peto by Edith Halpert and Alfred Frankenstein" American Art Journal ( vol. 16, no. 2; 1984)

 

Cathleen A. Branciaroli and William Innes Homer

"Clarence White" American Art Review January 1978 (Volume IV, Number 4)

Rexford E. Brandt

The Metamorphosis of California Landscape Art, essay by Rexford E. Brandt (8/9/01)

 

Richard H. W. Brauer

In Quest of Beauty: Nineteenth-Century America as seen in The Art and Life of Junius R. Sloan, 1827-1900, essay by Richard H. W. Brauer (9/19/02)

Corn Shocks and Pumpkins, 1864, by William Trost Richards (1833-1905), essay by Richard H. W. Brauer (10/10/02)

"The Golden Anniversary of the Sloan Collection" American Art Review November-December 2003 (Volume XV, Number 6)

 

Sheila B. Braufman

"The People's Art Movement of the 30's & 40's" American Art Review February 97

 

Barbara B. Brenner

"Charles Berninghaus Retrospective" American Art Review July-August 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 4)

 

David A. Brenneman

"High Museum of Art" American Art Review July-August 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 4)

 

Jan Brenneman

"Sid Richardson Collection" American Art Review November-December 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 6)

 

Jina Brenneman

Single Lens Reflex: The Photographs of Burt Harwood; with text by Richard Tobin and Jina Brenneman (10/25/13)

Burt and Lucy at Home: Featuring the Paintings of Burt Harwood; with texts by Jina Brenneman (10/25/13)

Red Willow: Portraits of a Town (3/7/13)

Eah-Ha-Wa (Eva Mirabal) and Jonathan Warm Day Coming (3/7/13)

 

Karen Breuer

Acquisition of an Archive: The Graphic Works of Ed Ruscha, essay by Karen Breuer (9/18/01)

 

Donald J. Brewer

"Reality and Deception Exhibition at the University of Southern California" American Art Review January-February 1975 (Volume II, Number 1)

 

Robert Bridges

Blanche Lazzell and the Advancement of Modernism; essay by Robert Bridges (8/17/11)

 

Peter S. Briggs

University of Arizona Museum of Art Presents "A Physical Art: The Intaglio Prints of Andrew Rush"; essay by Peter S. Briggs (12/22/03)

 

David R. Brigham

"Bridging Identities: Dox Thrash as African American and Artist" American Art (Vol. 4, No. 2; Spring 1990)

"American Impressionism from the Worcester Art Museum" American Art Review September-October 97

American Impressionism: Paintings of Promise; essay by David R. Brigham (5/16/02)

 

Christine C. Brindza

"Charles Fritz: a present-day artist on the trail of Lewis and Clark;" "On the heels of Lewis and Clark: Charles Fritz follows the inspiring visions of western artist-explorers;" "Collection connections with the Corps of Discovery" by Christine C. Brindza

 

Deborah Brinckerhoff

The Navajo Weaving Tradition, with essays by Deborah Brinckerhoff (11/13/00)

 

Ursula Britton

"James Britton, Paintings & Woodcuts" American Art Review July-August 98

James Britton: Sag Harbor in the 1920's (7/31/01)

 

Charles Brock

" Winslow Homer" American Art Review February-March 95

Modern Art and America: Alfred Stieglitz and His New York Galleries (2/7/01)

"Charles Sheeler: Across Media" American Art Review May-June 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 3)

 

R. David Brocklebank

Pennsylvania Fraktur; essay by R. David Brocklebank and Barbara L. Jones (6/28/07)

 

Patricia Janis Broder

"The Pioneer Woman, Image in Bronze" American Art Review September-October 1975 (Volume II, Number 5)

"The Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge Collection of American Western Bronzes" American Art Review March-April 1976 (Volume III, Number 2)

 

Norman Brosterman

"Design Drawings from the 1939 New York World's Fair" American Art Review December 96

Out of Time: Designs for the 20th-Century Future (9/18/02)

 

Elizabeth Broun

"Thomas Hart Benton: A Politician in Art" American Art (Vol. 1, No. 1; Spring 1987)

"Childe Hassam's America" American Art (Vol. 13, No. 3; Fall 1999)

"Telling the Story of America" American Art (Vol. 13, No. 3; Fall 1999)

 

Charlotte V. Brown

Homegrown and Handmade II: The Natural World - Selected Works from the Huffman Collection of Southern Contemporary Folk and Outsider Art; essay by Charlotte V. Brown (9/7/06)

 

Elizabeth A. Brown

"The Art of Fernand Lungren" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2)

"Masterworks from American Art Forum Collections" American Art Review March-April 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 2)

 

Jeffrey R. Brown

"Alfred Thompson Bricher" American Art Review January-February 1974 (Volume 1, Number 2)

 

Kendall H. Brown

"he Life and Art of Lilian May Miller" American Art Review November-December 98

 

Michael K. Brown

"Paul Revere and the Late Reverend Mr. Prince's 'Church Cupp': The Study of a Commission" American Art Journal ( vol. 15, no. 1; 1983)

 

Robert William Brown 

Southwestern Colonial Art, essay by Robert William Brown (10/28/02)

 

Thomas B. Brumbaugh

"An Artist and His Model: Abbott H. Thayer and Clara May" American Art Journal ( vol. 10, no. 1; 1978)

"A Venice Letter from Thomas P. Rossiter to John F. Kensett -1843" American Art Journal ( vol. 5, no. 1; 1973)

Bumgardner, Georgia Brady "Political Portraiture: Two Prints of Andrew Jackson" American Art Journal ( vol. 18, no. 4; 1986)

 

Lauren Brunk

Mundane and Sublime: Wash Day Images from the Johnson Collection; essay by Lauren Brunk (11/23/07)

"Wash Day Images from the Johnson Collection" American Art Review September-October 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 5)

 

Thomas W. Brunk

Pewabic Pottery: Patronage, Private Residences, Public Buildings, Sacred Spaces; with essay by Thomas W. Brunk (6/7/07)

Elizabeth Bryant

Landscape in America 1850-1890: Dreaming of Paradise; essay by Elizabeth Bryant (1/5/05)

 

Keith L. Bryant, Jr.

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and the Development of the Taos and Santa Fe Art Colonies

 

John E. Buchanan, Jr.

"The Warner Collection" American Art Review Winter 93

 

Sherry Buckberrough

Contemporary Women Artists; essay by Sherry Buckberrough (1/13/11)

 

Laurene Buckley

Special Issue The Connecticut Impressionist Trail - American Art Review May-June 97

"New Britain Museum of American Art" American Art Review March-April 1999 (Volume XI, Number 2)

 

Janet E. Buerger

"Ultima Thule: American Myth, Frontier, and the Artist-Priest in Early American Photography" American Art (Vol. 6, No. 1; Winter 1992)

 

Barbara Ball Buff

The Dublin Colony, by Barbara Ball Buff (6/12/01)

 

Jean Buffalo

From Dreams May We Learn: Paintings and Drawings by Rabbett Before Horses; Narratives by Jean Buffalo (12/17/07)

 

Kirsten P. Buick

"The Ideal Works of Edmonia Lewis: Invoking and Inverting Autobiography" American Art (Vol. 9 No. 2; Summer 1995)

 

Margaret E. Bullock

Magazine Antiques Childe Hassam en plein air, Dec, 2004 by Margaret E. Bullock

 

Canfield Burden

New Deal Artist Ernest E. Stevens; article by Florence Canfield Burden

 

Timothy Anglin Burgard

"American Art at Harvard, Cultures and Contexts" American Art Review October-November 94

"Edmonia Lewis & Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Images & Identities" American Art Review February-March 95

"The Transcendent Landscapes of Chiura Obata" American Art Review November-December 2000 (Volume XII, Number 6)

Art of the Americas: Pride of Place, at the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum

"California Landscapes from the Willrich Collection" American Art Review November-December 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 6)

 

Daniel Burke

"Henry Ossawa Tanner's La Sainte-Marie" American Art (Vol. 2, No. 2; Spring 1988)

 

James D. Burke

"American Still-Life Painting in the Jacobsen Collection" American Art Review March-April 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 2)

 

Thomas C. Burke

Bill Gothard: Glimpses of the Human Condition; article by Thomas C. Burke (8/15/05)

 

Patricia M. Burnham

"Theresa Bernstein: An Early Modernist" American Art Review March-April 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 2)

 

James Burns

"Painters of the Desert Southwest" American Art Review July-August 2006 (Volume XVIII, Number 4)

 

Sarah Burns

"Revitalizing the 'Painted-Out' North: Winslow Homer, Manly Health, and New England Regionalism in Turn-of-the-Century America" American Art (Vol. 9 No. 2; Summer 1995)

"Barefoot Boys and Other Country Children: Sentiment and Ideology in Nineteenth-Century American Art" American Art Journal ( vol. 20, no. 1; 1988)

"The Country Boy Goes to the City: Thomas Hovenden's Breaking Home Ties in American Popular Culture" American Art Journal ( vol. 20, no. 4; 1988)

"Images of Slavery: George Fuller's Depictions of the Antebellum South" American Art Journal ( vol. 15, no. 3; 1983)

"Old Maverick to Old Master: Whistler in the Public Eye in Turn-of-the-Century America" American Art Journal ( vol. 22, no. 1; 1990)

"Party Animals: Thomas Nast, William Holbrook Beard, and the Bears of Wall Street" American Art Journal ( vol. 30, nos. 1 and 2; 1999)

"A Study of the Life and Poetic Vision of George Fuller (1822­1884)" American Art Journal ( vol. 13, no. 4; 1981)

"Yankee Romance: The Comic Courtship Scene in Nineteenth-Century American Art" American Art Journal ( vol. 18, no. 4; 1986)

Rab and the Girls: A Riddle in Paint, by Sarah Burns (5/31/01)

Under the Skin: Reconsidering Cecilia Beaux and John Singer Sargent; essay by Sarah Burns (6/14/02)

Magazine Antiques The Courtship of Winslow Homer - letters reveal relationship with Helena de Kay, Feb, 2002 by Sarah Burns

Art Bulletin Artist and Identity in Twentieth-Century America & Ambition and Love in Modern American Art, (book review) Dec, 2002  by Sarah Burns

 

Julianne Burton-Carvajal

"August Gay & Friends: Prints and Paintings" American Art Review September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5)

 

Julianne Burton-Carvajal and Scott Shields

"The Carmel Mission in Art" American Art Review, January-February 2008 (Volume XX, Number 1)

Will Sparks: California's Mission Painter; essay by Scott Shields and Julianne Burton-Carvajal (3/3/09)

 

Brett Busang

Bill Murphy: Greatness Assimilated; essay by Brett Busang (8/2/10)

I've Now Been To Gloucester, or: My Belated Search for Edward Hopper, the Nature of Hardship, and the Dead Weight of Expectation; essay by Brett Busang (4/29/10)

The Essential Vision of Edward Hopper; essay by Brett Busang (10/21/09)

Edward Hopper's Impressionism; essay by Brett Busang (10/17/09)

The Passionate Eyesight of E. H. Suydam; essay by Brett Busang (2/16/12)

A Good and Gracious Man; essay by Brett Busang (2/17/12)

Lily Spandorff's Charmed Life (Until Now); essay by Brett Busang (11/21/12)

 

Charles Tom Butler

"The Columbus Museum" American Art Review July-August 2007 (Volume XIX, Number 4)

 

David Butler

"Extending the Golden Year: Charles Burchfield" American Art Review Spring 93

David Butler to Leave Swope Art Museum for Director Position at Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art (9/1/00)

 

Jan Butterfield

"Gerald Murphy" American Art Review July-October 1974 (Volume I, Number 5)

"Made in California" American Art Review July 1977 (Volume IV, Number 1)

 

Debra J. Byrne

Teng Hiok Chiu's Artistic Journey: West to East; essay by Debra J. Byrne (5/28/03)

 


 


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