American Art Review month and year: September-October 2005 (Volume XVII, Number 5)

author(s): Michael William Schantz

title of American Art Review article: "The Pennsylvania Impressionist Legacy"

From: "Diane Pastella" <dp...

Date: Wed Apr 1, 2009 9:45:11 AM US/Pacific

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Dear Shana,

Yes, the four articles we have been speaking about are owned by Dr. Schantz/Woodmere and NOT American Art Review.  Thearticles are:

 "Thomas Hovenden: American Painter of Hearth and Homeland"  Oct/Nov 1995

 "Frank English: Images of a Vanishing American Landscape"  Apr/May 1996

 "The Collectors and Students of Arthur B. Carles" Mar/Apr 2000

 "The Pennsylvania Impressionist Legacy" Sept/Oct 2005


From: "Diane Pastella" <dp..

Date: Wed Mar 25, 2009 12:53:18 PM US/Pacific

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Subject: Dr. Michael Schantz's articles for publication and bio

Dear Shana,

...The four articles authored by Dr. Michael Schantz for American Art Review are available for you to publish through TFAO.  His bio is listed below in blue.  Again, thank you for your patience.

Diane Pastella

The articles are:

 "Thomas Hovenden: American Painter of Hearth and Homeland"  Oct/Nov 1995

 "Frank English: Images of a Vanishing American Landscape"  Apr/May 1996

 "The Collectors and Students of Arthur B. Carles" Mar/Apr 2000

 "The Pennsylvania Impressionist Legacy" Sept/Oct 2005


Michael William Schantz is The Patricia Van Burgh Allison Director and CEO of the Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia, a position he has held since 1981.   Dr. Schantz received his M.A. in Art from San Diego State University and his Ph.D. in Art History (emphasis: American art and history of prints; dissertation title: James David Smillie and the Evolution of American Printmaking from UCLA.  He has curated over 100 exhibits while at Woodmere, and has authored numerous articles and exhibition catalogues, serves on several boards and committees, and is an accreditation reviewer for the American Association of Museums.  

Diane Pastella

Assistant to the Director

WoodmereArt Museum



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-- assigned to Shana Johannessen on 1/20/09
-- approved by copyright holder on 5/23/09 via email
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library: The Pennsylvania Impressionist Legacy; article by Michael Schantz (4/22/09)

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