Modernism in American Art
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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:
Rex Brandt: In Praise of Sunshine; essay by Janet Blake (7/9/14)
Industrial Sublime: Modernism and the Transformation of New York's Rivers, 1900-1940 (4/9/14)
Art Interrupted: Advancing American Art and the Politics of Cultural Diplomacy; text by Mark White (3/11/13)
Lois Dodd: Catching the Light (2/8/13)
The Barbara Belgrade Spargo Collection: Facets of Modernity (1900-1950) (3/12/12)
Love Never Fails: The Art of Edouard and Luvena Vysekal (10/28/11)
Maine Moderns: Art in Seguinland, 1900-1940 (8/25/11)
Will Barnet: A Centennial Celebration (2/28/11)
John Marin's Watercolors: A Medium for Modernism (2/8/11)
Milton Avery & the End of Modernism (1/28/11)
American Moderns on Paper: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art (11/12/10)
American Moderns: Masterworks on Paper from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 1910-1960 (7/20/10)
Agnes Pelton: Poet of Nature; article by Michael Zakian (12/14/09)
"The Outsiders" -- Modernism in California, 1920-1940; essay by Jean Stern (7/11/09)
Dove/O'Keeffe: Circles of Influence (7/11/09)
What Modern Looked Like; article by Martha R. Severens (3/7/09)
Richard Diebenkorn, Artist, and Carey Stanton, Collector: Their Stanford Connection and Richard Diebenkorn: Abstractions on Paper (7/23/08)
"Miss O'Keeffe" - Photography and Fame; essay by Susan Danly (7/5/08)
Georgia O'Keeffe and the Camera: The Art of Identity (7/5/08)
Marsden Hartley and the West: The Search for an American Modernism (5/12/08)
Chimneys and Towers: Charles Demuth's Late Paintings of Lancaster (3/1/08)
"Marsden Hartley and the West: The Search for an American Modernism"; Exhibition Catalogue Introduction by Heather Hole (2/20/08)
Leaders in American Modernism: Selected works from the American Modernism Collection (1/17/08)
Intimate Modernism: Fort Worth Circle Artists in the 1940s (12/8/07)
Out of the Chateau: Works from the Demuth Museum (12/04/07)
Marsden Hartley: American Modern; article by Patricia McDonnell (11/30/07)
Joseph Stella: Flora; essay by Barbara Rose, with Preface by Timothy A. Eaton (7/10/07)
Marsden Hartley's "Amerika": Between Native American and German Folk Art; article by Gail Levin (12/18/06)
Winds of Change: Progressive Artists, 1915-1935 (3/30/06)
Charles Sheeler: Across Media (3/28/06)
Charles Sheeler in Doylestown: American Modernism and the Pennsylvania Tradition; essays by Karen Lucic (3/14/06)
Charles Sheeler in Doylestown; article by Karen Lucic (2/22/06)
Morgan Russell and the Old Masters (2/2/06)
Luke Swank: Modernist Photographer (10/7/05)
Abraham Walkowitz, Forgotten Pioneer of American Modernism: Selections from the Collection of Eugene DeGruson and the Collection of the Wichita Art Museum; article by Novelene Ross (5/24/05)
Conversion to Modernism: The Early Work of Man Ray (1/31/04)
"A Modernist Painter's Journey in America" - essay by Paul Karlstrom from the catalogue "Yun Gee: Poetry, Writings, Art, Memories" (12/1/03)
Conversion to Modernism: The Early Work of Man Ray ; essays by Francis M. Naumann and Gail Stavitsky (9/2/03)
Debating American Modernism: Stieglitz, Duchamp, and the New York Avant-Garde (8/8/03)
Power and Whimsy: A Private Collection of American Modernism (7/1/03)
California Pottery: From Missions to Modernism (5/31/03)
Conversion to Modernism: The Early Work of Man Ray (11/8/02)
Routes toward Modernism: American Painting 1870 - 1950 (8/22/02)
Edward Weston: Photography and Modernism (4/9/02)
To Be Modern: The Origins of Marguerite and William Zorach's Creative Partnership, 1911-1922; essay by Jessica Nicoll (10/3/01)
American Revolutions: The Other Side of Modern, 1900-1945; essay by Scott A. Shields (3/14/01)
Circles of Influence: Impressionism to Modernism in Southern California Art 1910-1930 (6/6/00)
Hamilton Easter Field: Pioneering American Modernism (3/30/00)
American Modernism from the Stieglitz Group (11/4/99)
Edward Weston and Modernism (9/23/99)
American Impressionism to Modernism: A Brief History by Patricia Jobe Pierce (9/10/99)
Edward Weston, Photography and Modernism (5/15/99)
Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe & American Modernism (1/3/99)
As of 6/25/12 TFAO Digital Library contained 947 pages referencing the word "Modernism."
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