2004-2007 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "Modernism in American Art and American Modernist Artists"

 

(above:  Man Ray, Le Violon d'Ingres (Ingres's Violin), 1924, photograph. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)



Introduction

This section of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue Topics in American Art is devoted to the topic "Modernism in American Art and American Modernist Artists." Clicking on titles takes readers directly to the articles and essays. The date at the end of each title is the date of publication in Resource Library.

 

Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

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)

 

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