American Art Galleries American Paintings And Sculpture Contributed To The Second Prize Fund Exhibition 1886

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Annual Exhibition Of American Art Art Museum Eden Park

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Annual Exhibition Of Paintings By American Artists At Gill S Art Galleries Springfield Mass

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Allied War Salon

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The Negro In American Art

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Contemporary Native American Artists

Author: Ken Lingad
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Text and photographs detail the lives and art of contemporary Native American artists working in painting, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, and clothing.

American Art Annual

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American Art Galleries

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Describes state-by-state, more than a thousand U.S. galleries which exhibit and sell works of art, lists addresses, telephone numbers, and owners, and includes each gallery's specialties

Catalogue Of American Paintings And Sculpture

Author: J.N. Bartfield Art Galleries, Inc
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The Invention Of The American Art Museum

Author: Kathleen Curran
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ISBN: 1606064789
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American art museums share a mission and format that differ from those of their European counterparts, which often have origins in aristocratic collections. This groundbreaking work recounts the fascinating story of the invention of the modern American art museum, starting with its roots in the 1870s in the craft museum type, which was based on London’s South Kensington (now the Victoria and Albert) Museum. At the turn of the twentieth century, American planners grew enthusiastic about a new type of museum and presentation that was developed in Northern Europe, particularly in Germany, Switzerland, and Scandinavia. Called Kulturgeschichte (cultural history) museums, they were evocative displays of regional history. American trustees, museum directors, and curators found that the Kulturgeschichte approach offered a variety of transformational options in planning museums, classifying and displaying objects, and broadening collecting categories, including American art and the decorative arts. Leading institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, adopted and developed crucial aspects of the Kulturgeschichte model. By the 1930s, such museum plans and exhibition techniques had become standard practice at museums across the country.

A Guide To Contemporary American Art Galleries Exhibiting Works Of Craft Media

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Viajeros

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Art Across America

Author: John J. Russell
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"This friendly, affordable guide to some 1,700 museums with art collections is a perfect resource to hand the art lover who wants to know what museums and other public exhibition spaces to visit in an area. Entries are arranged by state and city, and include basic information about fees, hours, activities, Web sites, and a description of the collections, facilities, a bit of history, and any special points of interest. Handy maps showing museum locations introduce each state section, and inviting photographs accompany most entries."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2002.

A Festival Of Western American Art At Hirschl And Adler October 12 November 17 1984

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Anthem Guide To The Art Galleries And Museums Of Europe

Author: Szu Ping Chan
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ISBN: 1843312735
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Explore the vast history and great artworks of Europe! This guide is a unique resource for art lovers and tourists alike. Selected on the basis of international reputation, architectural appeal, historical and cultural significance and the quality of the collections, Europe's foremost art galleries and museums are presented here in a comprehensive, accessible and attractive collection. Featuring up-to-date information on everything from ticket prices to special events and from dining opportunities to disabled access, this helpful guide caters for a variety of enthusiasts - from serious collectors to students on a budget. Beautifully illustrated throughout, offering concise venue descriptions, directions and historical information, "Anthem Guide to the Art Galleries and Museums of Europe" is essential reading for holidaymakers with a passion for culture. Foreword author Olivia Petrides teaches painting, drawing and visual communication at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has extensively exhibited her own work. She has won both the Fulbright Research Award and American-Scandinavian Society Research Award, and has held residencies in Vermont, Virginia and the Fremont Islands.

American Artists Of Renown

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American Art Directory

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The biographical material formerly included in the directory is issued separately as Who's who in American art, 1936/37-

Catalog Of The Library Of The Whitney Museum Of American Art New York New York

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Bulletin Of The Whitney Museum Of American Art

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The Audience For American Art Museums

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This study uses data from the 1985 Survey of Public Participation in the Arts (SPPA) to explore the composition of the audience for art museums and art galleries in the United States. Organized into four parts, part 1 reports that when asked if they had visited an art museum or art gallery in the 12 months preceding their 1985 SPPA interview, 22 percent of the adult population said that they had. The report goes on to present art museum participation rates across a variety of demographic variables--income, education, age, gender, race, geographic distribution, and occupation. This section also compares the 1985 SPPA participation rates with those of the Americans and the Arts Studies, and with participation rates from Great Britain, France, Sweden, and Quebec. A statistical model designed to predict the probability of attendance based on demographic factors also is developed in part 1, but this model's low predictive ability leads to the conclusion that other variables need to be examined. Part 2 of the report focuses on three SPPA socialization questions that are most likely to be linked to attendance at art museums: whether or not, and at what ages, the respondent had ever taken lessons in the visual arts; whether or not, and at what ages, the respondent had taken art appreciation classes; and whether or not, and the frequency with which, parents had taken the respondent to museums. An analysis of these questions reveals that all three of these factors show a strong relationship with increased attendance. Part 3 of the report examines unsatisfied demand and barriers to attendance. Part 4 presents a profile of the museum audience and examines how the demographic characteristics of the SPPA respondents are distributed among the museum audience and how this audience profile compares to the profile of the general population. An appendix that presents the mathematical results from the three logit analyses (a variation of regression analysis) that were conducted with the SPPA museum attendance data also is included. (DB)