5 edition of Maine and its role in American art, 1740-1963. found in the catalog.
Maine and its role in American art, 1740-1963.
Gertrud A. Mellon
|Statement||Gertrud A. Mellon, co-ordinating editor; Elizabeth F. Wilder, editor.|
|Series||A Studio book|
|Contributions||Wilder, Elizabeth F., joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||N6530.M2 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||63012644|
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Maine and Its Role in American Art - Author: Editors Mellon, Gertrud A. And Elizabeth F. Wilder. William Lithgow served as a captain at Fort Halifax in This photograph of an oil painting appears in the book, Maine and Its Role in American Artp. 21, edited by Gertrude A. Mellon. In the early s, William Lithgow was the Quartermaster of Fort Richmond, on the west side of the Kennebec River, across from Dresden.
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84; as "Lighthouse at Two Lights"). New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. It was quickly followed by the landmark exhibition and book, Maine and Its Role in American Art, – Edited by Gertrude A. Mellon and Elizabeth F. Wilder, it was the first study to put the state in a national context and was divided into eras and written by such authorities as Nina Fletcher Little, James Thomas Flexner, Lloyd.
Art and Artists in Maine Maine and its role in American Art - The Viking Press, NY. A nifty little book on artists who have come to Maine to work or who live here year round, with an excellent introduction by Carl Little.
Fine plates for such a small text. Maine and its role in American art, MAINE DRE: Maine--Art, Art--Maine--History, Maine authors. A look at Maine, its history, people, inland and coastal regions, and its architecture and industries as seen from the viewpoint of its artists.
Maine and Its Role in American Art,Under the Auspices of Colby College, Waterville, Maine New York: A Studio Book, The Viking Press, 1/4 cloth. 4to; pp; quarter-bound pale green cloth, grey marbled paper over board, gilt stamped spine; grey end papers; front of a Christmas card pasted to ffep with gift inscription, gift.
NOTES 1. Nina Fletcher Little, in Maine and Its Role in American ArtGertrud Mellon and Elizabeth E Wilder,Editors(New York ), p. Now there are nine or ten published its landmark Maine and Its Role token women and artists of color who get in American Art, –, the book and their work shown.” the exhibition it.
Maine and Its Role in American Art, By Gertrud A. Mellon, Elizabeth F. Wilder. Published by Viking Press, Published by Viking Press, Original from the University of Michigan. Gertrud A. Mellon, Elizabeth F. Wilder, Maine and Its Role in American Art, (New York: Viking, ), p.
42; Theodore Sizer, The Works of John Trumbull: Artist of the American Revolution Author: Deanna Bonner-Ganter. Maine and Its Role in American Art, by Mellon, G.A. & Elizabeth Wilder Seller Lippincott Books Published Condition Near Fine Edition First Edition The book accompanied the first exhibition of his work to be held in America.
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