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American Impressionism
National Gallery of Art. Over the past forty years, Margaret and Raymond Horowitz have assembled a superb collection of American art from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Excerpts from the exhibition catalogue including comments from the collector Raymond Horowitz, illustrated essays on 12 works from the exhibition, and 8 artist biographies
American Impressionism
The article dedicated to the exhibition at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts with brief history of American Impressionism, links to the pages of major American Impressionists artists and to the several other articles on American Impressionism
American Impressionism
Short history of the movement.
American Impressionism - Paintings of Promise
Full text essay with notes by David R. Brigham reprinted on May 16, 2002 in Resource Library Magazine.
American Impressionism - Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Overview of the June 21 through October 21, 200l exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art. Portland Maine.
American Impressionism Goes West
Essay by Charles C. Eldredge, PhD, reprinted with permission of the Georgia Museum of Art. Includes notes and author information.
American Impressionism to Modernism: A Brief History
Article excerpted from the book titled "Richard Earl Thompson, American Impressionist, A Prophetic Odyssey in Paint", authored by Patricia Jobe Pierce and edited by John Douglas Ingraham.
American Impressionism: Paintings of Promise
Comprehensive essay covering the importance of impressionism, working methods and an analysis of subject matter. Written by David R. Brigham, provided by the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts.
An American Tradition: The Pennsylvania Impressionists
Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
Haber's Art Reviews: American Realism and Impressionism
An article about the exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1994.
Impressionists on the Connecticut Shore
Full text article by Carter B. Horsley provides an overview American Impressionist painters, who flourished in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich, Connecticut.
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