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American Impressionism (Tiny Folio) (edition 2000)

by William H. Gerdts (Author)

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Title:American Impressionism (Tiny Folio)
Authors:William H. Gerdts (Author)
Info:Abbeville Press (2000), Edition: Min, 288 pages
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Tags:Art, Impressionists, Giverny, Mary Cassatt, John Twachtman, Thoedore Robinson, John Singer Sargent, Lilla Cabot Perry, Willard Metcalf, Louis Ritter, Theodore Wendell, John Leslie Breck, Theodore Butler, Dennis Miller Bunker, Philip Leslie Hale, Childe Hassam, Gustave Caillebotte, J. Alden Weir, Lillian Westcott Hale, Edmund Tarbell, Robert Vonnoh, Robert Henri, William Merritt Chase, Theodore Steele, Otto Stabe, John Ottis Adams, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Frank Benson, Edward Simmons, Robert Reid, Joseph DeCamp, William Paxton, Edward Wilbur Dean Hamilton, George Noyes, Charles Ebert, Clark G. Voorhees, Frank Drummond, William Chadwick, Edward Rook, George B. Burr, Charles Davis, Gregory Smith, Emil Carlsen, Charles Courtney Curran, Helen Turner, Edward Duffner, Charles Beaux, Hugh Breckenridge, Edward Redfield, Robert Spencer, N.C. Wyeth, Daniel Garber, Gari Melchers, Kate Freeman Clark, Granville Redmond, Julian Onderdonk, Edward Potthast, Lucie Hartrath, Carl Krafft, Lawrence Mazzanovich, Frederic Clay Bartlett, Alexander Grinager, Ernest Blumenschein, Oscar Berninghaus, Joseph Raphael, Selsen Gile, Theodore Wores, Benjamin Brown, Donna Schuster, William Wendt, Maurice Braun, Frederick Frieseke, Guy Rose, Richard Miller, Edmund W. Greacen, Ernest Lawson, William Glackens, Maurice Prendergast, Gifford Beale, Allen Tucker, Jonas Lie, Henry Reuterdahl, Marsden Hartley

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Remarkable how much information and how many tiny paintings are included.
  RaskFamilyLibrary | Jan 11, 2019 |
This impressive volume has much to recommend it; well written the very readable text is both illuminating and interesting and the high quality reproduction of the paintings is a delight. The author divides the text into four sections: Prelude, to 1886; Rising Perceptions 1886-1893; The Years of Truth 1893-1898; and The Impressionist Establishment 1889-1915.
It concludes with an extensive general and artist specific bibliography.

The illustrations run with the text, and as is often the cases in such publications the text and the illustration to which it refers rarely appear on the same page. A large number, but by no means all, of the images are reproduced in colour; and they vary in size from little more than thumb-nail to the impressive full page. In some cases the photography is superb, and the reproduction vividly conveys the richness of the original along with the brush work and texture of the paint, but the standard here is not consistent and some reproductions appear flat by comparison, and the black and white images are not inspiring. It is a well laid out book with good typography, and it certainly has a feel of quality.

American Impressionism is a fine most valuable volume, but put alongside the recently revised Soviet Impressionist Painting by Vern G Swanson, ISBN 0789207370, the quality and consistency of the reproductions is shown to be lacking. ( )
  presto | Apr 24, 2012 |
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This exquisitely produced volume contains masterpieces by artists such as John Singer Sargent, William Merritt Chase, and Helen Turner. The paintings, reproduced in full color, are accompanied by text exploring the genesis of American impressionist painting. William H. Gerdts examines the relationship of American impressionism to French impressionism, and then follows the Americans as they developed distinctive regional styles. Gerdts covers some of these stylistic approaches in depth, including the Pennsylvania and Midwestern schools, and pays close attention to 10 different painters and their work. The words and the images in this tiny book combine to give readers a grand view of American impressionism.

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