Author Study and Index



(above: Frederick Ferdinand Schafer, Old Roscoe on the Truckee River, c. 1865, oil on canvas, 30 x 20 inches, Birmingham Museum of Art. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


Vincenza Uccello

Eugene Higgins, 1874-1958: Artist of Honor; essay by Vincenza Uccello (10/31/01)

Louis Michel Eilshemius, 1864-1941; essay by Vincenza Uccello (10/31/01)

Childe Hassam: Prints of New England and Long Island; essay by Vincenza Uccello (10/31/01)


Susan S. Udell

Homer Boss: The Figure and the Land, By Susan S. Udell. Published 2002 by Chazen Museum of Art. 72 pages. ISBN:0932900364. Google Books says: "In an adobe home in New Mexico, Homer Boss's (1882­1956) life's work and and accomplishments were revealed to their niece, Susan S. Udell, after his and his wife's death. A multitude of arresting paintings, scrapbooks, papers, and oral histories relating to his New Mexico years, as well as to his influential teaching days at the Independent School of Art and the Art Students League in New York City, flesh out Boss's life and work.Distributed for the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin­Madison." 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, Homer Boss: The Figure and the Land, image courtesy Google Books)


Jennifer Uhrhane

Terrors and Wonders: Monsters in Contemporary Art; essays by Nick Capasso and Jennifer Uhrhane (7/14/01)


Sean M. Ulmer

Jacob Lawrence: In Focus; article by Sean M. Ulmer (4/20/05)


Sean M. Ulmer and Carole McNamara

Pop!; article by Sean M. Ulmer and Carole McNamara (4/20/05)

"Blam! Splat! Pop!" American Art Review May-June 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 3)


Leslie Umberger

"100 Years of Collage and Assemblage" American Art Review, November-December 2008 (Volume XX, Number 6)


(above: Ken Auster, Balboa Island Bridge, c. 2008, oil on canvas,18 x 24 inches. Private collection)


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