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Souvenirs of the Fur Trade: Northwest Coast Indian Art and Artifacts Collected by American Mariners…

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American mariners made more than 175 voyages to the Northwest Coast during the half-century after the ships Columbia and Washington pioneered the route from Boston in 1787. Although obtaining sea otter pelts for the China trade was the original purpose of the…
Painting in Canada: A History
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|September 1, 1987

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Since its first appearance in 1967, Russell Harper's classic study of Canadian painting has been recognized as the outstanding authority on the subject. This edition provides a comprehensive survey, generously illustrated, of three centuries of Canadian painting…
Picturing Power: Portraiture and Its Uses in the New York Chamber of Commerce

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The almost three hundred portraits that once composed the New York Chamber of Commerce's renowned collection capture the giants of American business with aesthetic and symbolic power. The images of civic leaders and entrepreneurs, carefully assembled over two…
Thomas Kinkade: The Artist In The Mall
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|February 17, 2011

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Lari Pittman: Declaration Of Independence
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|September 11, 2019

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The incredible detail and scale of Lari Pittman’s mesmerizing paintings are gloriously recreated in this lushly-illustrated retrospective book. One of the most prolific and exuberant painters of the past three decades, Lari Pittman creates works that mirror…
William L. Hawkins: An Imaginative Geography
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|September 25, 2018

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Pop culture and visionary fantasy mix freely in the paintings of this self-taught innovator Although he has long enjoyed a prominent place in the canon of self-taught artists, the Ohio painter William Lawrence Hawkins (1895–1990) has received less than his…
Mid-century Modern Women In The Visual Arts

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Wit, wisdom, and willfulness abound on page after page of this vibrant anthology from Gloria Fowler and up-and-coming illustrator Ellen Surrey. Featuring an unparalleled collection of real-life heroines of the art, design, and fashion industries, MID-CENTURY…
Red Tape, A New Work by Les Levine, 1970: To Engage the University in a Useless Task Which Will…

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In the summer of 1970, the artist Les Levine arrived at the University of Toronto to take part in the installation of site-specific work on the quadrangle in front of the University's Hart House. The intended piece-construction materials hung from high-tension…
A Shared Legacy: Folk Art In America
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|October 21, 2014

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An unparalleled introduction to American folk art, accompanying a major traveling exhibition. A handsome and insightful survey of American folk art, this book includes paintings, sculptures, furniture, and household objects made by untrained—or minimally…
Under The Bridge: The East 238th Street Graffiti Hall Of Fame

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Join Paul "Cavs" Cavalieri on a journey through graffiti history and the evolution of a major cultural landmark. In this account, Cavs shares his experiences under the Bronx's East 238th Street bridge, which over the years has become a Bronx "Graffiti Hall of…
Maurice Sendak And The Art Of Children's Book Illustration

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MAURICE SENDAK Maurice Sendak is the widely acclaimed American children's book author and illustrator. This critical study focusses on his famous trilogy, Where the Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen and Outside Over There, as well as the early works and…
Slaves Waiting For Sale: Abolitionist Art And The American Slave Trade

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In 1853, Eyre Crowe, a young British artist, visited a slave auction in Richmond, Virginia. Harrowed by what he witnessed, he captured the scene in sketches that he would later develop into a series of illustrations and paintings, including the culminating…
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