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12442   Whitney Upstaged by the Corcoran: The Battle of the Biennials  
Jane Addams Allen
Art from New York City is the focus of two spring biennial surveys of contemporary American art, at Washington''s Corcoran Gallery and New York''s Whitney Museum of American ... Issue Date: 7 / 1987

12901   Lila Acheson Wallace Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Great Opportunity for Twentieth-Century Art  
James F. Cooper
For the moment, the primary significance of the magnificently constructed Lila Acheson Wallace Wing for 20th Century Art, which was inaugurated this January at the Metropolitan ... Issue Date: 5 / 1987

12711   Renaissance of American Impressionism  
Elaine Brooks
The American Impressionists, especially those represented by the exhibition conceived and introduced last summer at Boston''s Museum of Fine Arts and now touring the United ... Issue Date: 3 / 1987

12290   Sargent: Retrospective  
James F. Cooper
The career of John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) unfolds to our contemporary eyes with all the drama of a mystery novel. Here we have a young and gifted American artist who ... Issue Date: 1 / 1987

11346   Domestic Bliss: Family Life in American Painting, 1840-1910  
Sarah Ban Breathnach
"A11 happy families resemble one another," Leo Tolstoy reminds us in Anna Karenina, but certainly nowhere is this universality more apparent than in our collective image of the ... Issue Date: 11 / 1986

11575   Inness: The Cultivated Landscapes  
James F. Cooper
An exhibition of sixty-three paintings by George Inness (1825-1894), the American nineteenth-century painter, opened at Washington''s National Gallery of Art on June 22, 1986. ... Issue Date: 9 / 1986

10131   Putnam: A Colorful Artist  
Marion H. Tatu
Deep in the heart of Texas, drowsing placidly in the prairie sun, is that famous symbol of last-stand courage - the Alamo. Nearby, a few blocks up the street, in the little arts ... Issue Date: 8 / 1986

10821   Hopi Art: Constancy and Change on Arizona's Mesas  
Ronald McCoy
They call themselves Hopi, "Peaceful People." Most Hopis (pronounced Ho-pees) reside in stone-and-adobe villages clustered on craggy mesas in northeastern Arizona''s high ... Issue Date: 7 / 1986

10950   Koerner: The Eternal Feminine  
Betty Rogers Rubenstein
Underneath the profuse and baroque imagery of Henry Koerner''s painting lies that longing which surpasses physical desire--the longing for God''s presence. Alexis Rannit, the ... Issue Date: 6 / 1986

11209   Winslow Homer: A Vivid Watercolor Palette  
Sarah Ban Breathnach
In 1863, when Winslow Homer was contemplating whether or not to abandon a lucrative and successful career as a free-lance illustrator for the more precarious existence of a ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

10494   The New Realism  
James Cooper
Most contemporary American realist painters are unknown to the general public, whereas the names of a great many abstract artists are familiar due in large part to the ... Issue Date: 2 / 1986

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