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A History of Italian Painting, Mather, Frank Jewett Jr.
1 A History of Italian Painting Mather, Frank Jewett Jr.
Acceptable. 
Hardcover. Hardcover reprint 1952 Henry Holt and Co. No dustjacket. Heavy wear: previous owner's writing on front endpapers; UNDERLINING throughout; corners bumped; light stains and frayed edges to green cloth-covered boards; spine wiggles but binding is holding. Good reading / research copy only. 497 pages; Index; Notes; black-and-white photos. Language: English. Scan, if available, shows TITLE PAGE. Survey aimed at beginners, developed from lectures given at the Cleveland Art Museum in 1919-20. Keywords: art history, Italy, artist, painter, Renaissance, Giotto, Masaccio, Fra Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michaelangelo, Titian, Venetian, Florence. No ISBN. [code K] 
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A Lost Leadership (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 9), Russell, John
2 A Lost Leadership (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 9) Russell, John
0870704869 / 9780870704864 Very Good. 
Hardcover. Hardcover 1st edition published 1975 by The Museum of Modern Art, New York. No dustjacket, as issued. Light wear to covers: edges and corners rubbed. Text very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 48 pages; Selected Readings; black-and-white and color photos. Language: English. Cover art: Pierre Bonnard, 'Nude in Bathroom'. Volume 9 of the series 'The Meanings of Modern Art'. NOTE: Oversize format ca. 10 x 10.5 inches-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. Artists shown include Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Constantin Brancusi, Henri Matisse, Pierre Bonnard, many others. Keywords: art history, criticism, critic, 20th century, European avant-garde. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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A World Remodeled (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 8), Russell, John
3 A World Remodeled (The Meanings of Modern Art series, Vol. 8) Russell, John
0870704850 / 9780870704857 Very Good. 
Hardcover. Hardcover 1st edition published 1975 by The Museum of Modern Art, New York. No dustjacket, as issued. Light wear to covers: edges and corners rubbed. Text very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 47 pages; Selected Readings; black-and-white and color photos. Language: English. Cover art: Marc Chagall, 'Forward!'. Volume 8 of the series 'The Meanings of Modern Art'. NOTE: Oversize format ca. 10 x 10.5 inches-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. Essay discussing the 'systematic attempt, all over Europe, to reconcile art with society', from 1917 onward: De Stijl, Bauhaus, Russian Constructivism, Suprematist, non-objective art, and art addressing the new metropolis and technology. Artists shown include Piet Mondrian, Kasimir Malevich, Paul Klee, Fernand Leger, Marc Chagall, many others. Keywords: art history, criticism, critic, 20th century, Suprematist, European avant-garde. 
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African Textiles (The Treasury of Decorative Art series), Spring, Christopher
4 African Textiles (The Treasury of Decorative Art series) Spring, Christopher
1559211628 / 9781559211628 Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover published 1997 by Moyer Bell, Rhode Island. Light wear to covers. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight; spine uncreased. 62 pages; 26 full-page color plates. Language: English. NOTE: Large format -- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. Reproduces a selection of cloths from the Museum of Mankind, the Ethnography Department of the British Museum, London. '[P]laces African textiles in context and describes how the weaving methods in different parts of the country affected the type of cloth produced, including the use of dyes, the importance of certain colors, and the way designs may be interpreted. The weaving tradition still flourishes, and the examples illustrated here provide a revealing insight to African culture and traditions.' -- from back cover. Keyword: art, art history, craft, fabric, Africa, weaver, traditional, cotton, Yoruba, Hausa, Malagasy, dyed, pattern, patterned, ethnic, tribal. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2009, Cooper, James F. (editor)
5 American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2009 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2009 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Light creases to back cover. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 61 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. Volume 26, Number 4. Cover shows detail of Adams Memorial by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Essays include Sculptors of the American Renaissance: Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Daniel Chester French, by James F. Cooper. Visual Narrative: James Jacques Tissot's Life of Christ, by Gail Leggio. American Gothic: The Creation Museum, As Viewed by a Lover of Gothic Cathedrals, by Michael Bergmann with Daniel Bergmann. The Colors of Vietnam, by Frederick Turner. Hudson River: Global Thoroughfare, by Katherine E. Manthorne. Galleries: Wadsworth Atheneum, Museo de Arte de Ponce, John Pence Gallery, Boscobel House and Gardens, Tom Uttech at Alexandre Gallery, more. Poetry by William Mullen and Arthur Brown. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2010, Volume 27, Number 4, Cooper, James F. (editor)
6 American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2010, Volume 27, Number 4 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2010 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Wall Flower II' by Jacob Pfeiffer. Essays include Archer Huntington and the Hispanic Society: A Centennial Celebration, by James F. Cooper. Tradition as 'Avant-Garde', by Donald Kuspit. Veils, Nudes and Walls, by Samir Younes. The Revelatory Gerome Exhibition at the Getty, by Gerald Ackerman. Realism, Past and Present, by Gail Leggio. Cezanne and His American Acolytes, by Stephen May. Art in China: Snapshots by a Traveler, by Frederick Turner. Exhibitions: Steven Assael; Jacob Pfeiffer; Glory of Ukraine; Victorian Painting at the Chrysler; Re-presenting the Nude. Poetry by Lorna Knowles Blake, B.J. Buckley, Rick Mullin, Julie Kane. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2011, Volume 28, Number 4, Cooper, James F. (editor)
7 American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2011, Volume 28, Number 4 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2011 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 59 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. Cover: 'A Window, House on Hudson River' (detail) by Worthington Whittredge. Essays include Savage Beauty: The Art of Alexander McQueen, by James F. Cooper. The Noble Death in Western Visual Art, Part II, by Donald Kuspit. Vedder in Egypt, by Gail Leggio. New York City's Pivotal Role in the Colonial Revival Movement, by Andrew Berrien Jones. Old School Master: Joseph Nicoletti, by Stephen May. In Plain Sight: The Art of Lois Dodd, by Theodore Prescott. Exhibitions: Vital Realism: Howard Pyle, New-York Historical Society, Peter Colquhoun. Poetry by Ernest Hilbert, Jan C. Grossman, Wilmer Mills. Keywords: art history, art, artists, realism. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2012, Cooper, James F. (editor)
8 American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2012 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2012 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Volume 29, Number 4. Cover: 'Science of Structure' by Robert Schefman. Essays include Century of the Child: Growing by Design, by James F. Cooper. The Lady with the Pen: The Graphic Art of Eliza Greatorex, by Katherine E. Manthorne. Aesthetic Meaning: The Modern View of Nature, by Peter Kellow. On Satire in the Arts, by Frederick Turner. The Thoughtful Art of Alexandra Tyng, by Stephen May. Walter Gay: The Master of Painterly Poemes d'Interieurs, by Brook S. Mason. Exhibitions: El Museo del Barrio, Catherine Prescott, Fort Wayne Museum. Poetry by Sunil Iyengar, Anna M. Evans, Belle Randall. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2013, Volume 30, Number 4, Cooper, James F. (editor)
9 American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2013, Volume 30, Number 4 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2013 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 64 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Self-Portrait at 41 in the Studio (with Dog),' by Sadie Jernigan Valeri. Essays include The New Abnormal, by James F. Cooper. Sicily: The Greek Legacy, by Gail Leggio. Color as a Narrative Tool in Surimono Prints, by Sarah Sutro. Made in New Mexico: Modern Art and the Movies, by Katherine E. Manthorne. Time, Trace and Art, by Frederick Turner. Lani Irwin: Mannerist, Feminist, Narcissist, by Donald Kuspit. Book Reviews. Exhibitions: Edward Hopper, Women Painting Women, Fundacio de les Art i els Artistes. Poetry by Michael Shewmaker, Timothy Murphy, John Foy. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2003, Cooper, James F. (editor)
10 American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2003 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2003 by Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Average wear to cover: remnant of removed label; tiny corner creases. Text very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 61 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. Volume 20, Number 2. Cover shows painting by Amy Weiskopf. Essays include The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci, by James F. Cooper. On the Edge: A Visit with Andrew Wyeth, by Susanne Klingenstein. The Eye and the 'I', by Frederick Turner. Alexander Stoddart: Monumental Sculptor, by Catesby Leigh. The City as Cultural Capital: Late Renaissance Florence, by Gail Leggio. Constructing Architectural Theory, by Samil Younes. Galleries: Virginia: Principle Gallery, Century Gallery, District West Fine Art. San Francisco: John Pence Gallery, Hackett-Freedman Gallery. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2010, Volume 27, Number 2, Cooper, James F. (editor)
11 American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2010, Volume 27, Number 2 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2010 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 59 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Time and Eternity' by John Haberle. Essays include Art and Culture in Hard Times, by James F. Cooper. The Human Voice, by Frederick Turner. Beauty as Symmetry (Part II): The Education of Vitruvius' Architect and Raphael's Stanza Della Segnatura, by Robert E. Proctor. Metaphysical Archaeology of Lighthouses (Part I), by Lucien Steil. The Paradoxes of Piranesi, by Gail Leggio. Book Reviews. Exhibitions: Modeling Grace; The Human Figure; John Haberle; Nelligan and Bileck; Playing with Pictures. Poetry by George Green, William Baer, A.E. Stallings. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2011, Cooper, James F. (editor)
12 American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2011 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2011 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 59 pages; color photos. Language: English. Volume 28, Number 2. Cover shows Lilacs and Bird by Daniel Sprick. Essays include The College Art Association and Parnassus, by James F. Cooper. Rome's Pagan Ceilings, by Gail Leggio. A Rembrandt for the Twenty-First Cetury, by Alix Finkelstein. The Art of the Symbol, by Frederick Turner. Awe and Novelty: Postlude to the Postmodern, by George Lee Moore. Exhibitions: The Tragic Muse, Guillermo Munoz Vera, Daniel Sprick, Alexandre Hogue, Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk, George Inness, Fatima Ronquillo. Poetry by Emily Grosholz, Nicholas Friedman, Daniel Hoffman. Keywords: art history, fine art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2012, Volume 29, Number 2, Cooper, James F. (editor)
13 American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2012, Volume 29, Number 2 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2012 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Abraded areas at cover spine show as white. Otherwise, only light wear: very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Great reading/research copy. 64 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. Cover: Display of drawings by Peter Spalding, Beaux-Arts Atelier, '12. Essays include Looking at American Art: The Metropolitan Museum's New Installation, by James F. Cooper. Traditionalism Comes of Age, by Gail Leggio. Aesthetic Meaning: A Phenomenological Interpretation, by Peter Kellow. Beaux-Arts Atelier: Education for the Contemporary Classicist, by David Masello. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, by Stephen May. Quantum Theory and the Arts, by Frederick Turner. Exhibitions: The American Hand, Hildreth Meière. Book Reviews. Poetry by Len Krisak, J.D. Smith, Carolyn Raphael. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, realism. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2013, Volume 30, Number 2, Cooper, James F. (editor)
14 American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2013, Volume 30, Number 2 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2013 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 57 pages; color photos. Language: English. Volume 30, Number 2. Cover: 'Dusk' by Adam Miller. Essays include Adam Miller: Realism on the Brink, by James F. Cooper. Divine Stability and Inscrutable Inwardness: Piero Della Francesca's Paintings, by Donald Kuspit. Open Admissions: Yale University's Art Gallery Goes Public, by David Masello. Vitalism and the Meaning of Art Nouveau, by Peter Kellow. Realism in Maine: A Continuing Tradition, by Stephen May. Still Life as Reliquary: The Art of Wendy Chidester, by Gail Leggio. Exhibitions: Alexandre Hogue, Anders Zorn, Kevin Fitzgerald, Gallery 1261. Poetry by Marly Youmans, Amit Majmudar, Robert Levy, Kevin Durkin. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2014, Volume 31, Number 2, Cooper, James F. (editor)
15 American Arts Quarterly, Spring 2014, Volume 31, Number 2 Cooper, James F. (editor)
The Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center 2014 Paperback Very Good 
Slim softcover periodical published 2014 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Flora,' by Martha Erlebacher. Essays include The Apostasy of MOMA, by James F. Cooper. 'Magnifying Stillness': Locating Meaning in the Work of Ephraim Rubenstein, by Sarah Sutro. Big Beauty and Form Sense in Contemporary Figurative Practice, by Patricia Watwood. Anders Zorn: Painter of Earth and Light, by Gail Leggio. Solar Threads from Spain: Reviving the Light of Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, by Karen L. Mulder. On Imitation, by Lucien Steil. Poetry by Joseph Bathanti, April Lindner, Kim Bridgford. Exhibitions: Spanish American Art, Steven J. Levin, Beth Lipman, Hollis Dunlap. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, modern, realism, painting. No ISBN. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2009, Cooper, James F. (editor)
16 American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2009 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2009 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Light wear: small dent/crease to back cover. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Volume 26, Number 3. Cover shows Still Life with Cauliflower and Basket of Fish, Eggs and Leeks, by Luis Melendez. Essays include Steven Assael: Allegorical Journeys, by James F. Cooper. Art and Economics, by Frederick Turner. Kate Doyle: Myth, Dreams and the Real, by David Smith. Luis Melendez and the Art of Still Life, by Gail Leggio. The Casual Sublime: Conversations with Robert Kipnisse, by Alison Armstrong. The Problem with Postmodern Art Theory: The Visual Versus the Conceptual, by George Sakkal. Exhibitions: Stephen Scott Young, Maureen Mullarkey, Jacob Collins, Richard Mayhew, Javier Marin. Poetry by Lisa Williams. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2010, Volume 27, Number 3, Cooper, James F. (editor)
17 American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2010, Volume 27, Number 3 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2010 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 61 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'The Red Dress' by Fred Wessel. Essays include Henry Clay Frick and the Virtue of Art, by James F. Cooper. Keep it Fresh: Contemporary Artists Exploring Tradition, by Gail Leggio. An Aesthetic of Doubt?, by Theodore Prescott. The Eyes of Texas: Texas Art and Texas Light, by Frederick Turner. Contemporary Portraiture, by Alix Finkelstein. Metaphysical Archaeology of Lighthouses (Part II), by Lucien Steil. Exhibitions: Vincent Giarrano; Brad Reuben Kunkle; George Billis Gallery; Christopher Stott. Poetry by Marilyn Nelson, R. Nemo Hill. Keywords: art history, art, artists. No ISBN. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2011, Cooper, James F. (editor)
18 American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2011 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2011 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Volume 28, Number 3. Cover shows detail of Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello. Essays include William Bouguereau: The Last History Painter, by James F. Cooper. The Noble Death in Western Visual Arts, by Donald Kuspit. The Problems of Apostasy: Architecture in the Modern Age, by Peter Kellow. On Historical Art: Melville and the Poetry of the Civil War, by Frederick Turner. Anatomy/Academy: Philadelphia Nexus of Art and Science, by James Lancel McElhinney. Exhibitions: Thomas Kegler, Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, Sandra Mendelsohn Rubin, Peterson Collection, Jacob Collins. Book Reviews by Gail Leggio. Poetry by John Ridland, Maryann Corbett, Richard Sime. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, realism. No ISBN. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2012, Volume 29, Number 3, Cooper, James F. (editor)
19 American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2012, Volume 29, Number 3 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2012 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Noticeable average wear: scratches and creases to cover; small dents to several pages. No marks to text; pages bright; binding tight. Good reading/research copy. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: detail of 'Harmony in Gray and Green: Miss Cicely Alexander' by James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Essays include The North Carolina Museum of Art, by James F. Cooper. Public Memory and Social Conscience: Meredith Bergmann's Sculpture, Feminist and Otherwise, by Donald Kuspit. The Cult of Beauty: The Victorian Avant-Garde 1860-1900, by Flora Armetta. Pompeii and the Historical Imagination, by Gail Leggio. Alexey Steele: The New Cold War, by David Masello. Book Reviews. Exhibitions: Christopher Stott, Michael Klein, 'Harmony in Nature'. Poetry by Midge Goldberg, Timothy Steele, Jean L. Kreiling. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary. No ISBN. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2013, Volume 30, Number 3, Cooper, James F. (editor)
20 American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2013, Volume 30, Number 3 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2013 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 64 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: Detail, 'Prisoners From the Front' by Winslow Homer. Essays include Edward Minoff: Challenging the Ocean, by James F. Cooper. Robust and Reasoned: Abrecht Durer's Visionary Realism, by Donald Kuspit. Powerful Intimacy: Maya Brodsky, by Flora Armetta. The Dark Light of Domenic Cretara, by Frederick Turner. Max Ginsburg, Social Commentator of His Time, by Sarah Sutro. Gesturing with Light: Sargent's Watercolors, by Gail Leggio. Fresh Looks at the Art of the Civil War, by Stephen May. Exhibition: William Trost Richards. Book Reviews. Poetry by Alexander Pepple, J. Morris, Miriam N. Kotzin. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, realism. No ISBN. 
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