Treasures of 19th- and 20th-century Painting, the Art Institute of Chicago
James N. Wood
Abbeville Press, 1993 - Art - 335 pages
With this attractively designed little volume, even the most confirmed armchair traveller can tour one of the world's finest art collections. The 300 full-colour illustrations have been carefully chosen by the museum's director to highlight the very best of this outstanding collection.
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Introduction by James N Wood
NineteenthCentury European Painting
NineteenthCentury American Painting
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1873 Edouard Manet 1910 Pablo Picasso Alfred Sisley Amedeo Modigliani American art American artists AMERICAN PAINTING Andy Warhol Armory Show introduced Art Institute Art Institute's collection Bequest Berthe Morisot brushstrokes brushwork Camille Pissarro canvases celebrated century Charles Demuth Church page 140 Claude Monet Cole page 138 color compositions contemporary countryside Cubism Delacroix page 24 Edgar Degas Edouard Manet enamel and modeling Eugene Delacroix EUROPEAN PAINTING Georgia O'Keeffe Gouache Grant Wood Gustave Harshe's Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Henri Matisse House at Argenteuil innovative James McNeill Whistler Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres John Marin Landscape large number lmpressionist art lnstitute of Chicago lvan Albright Marc Chagall Mary Cassatt Matisse page 198 mid-century modern art modern paintings museum Nest and Ferns painters PAINTING The Art Paschke page 322 Paul Gauguin Pierre-Auguste Renoir PlET Mondrian Portrait of Berthe salons Salvador Dali Self-Portrait Seurat styles Surrealism Treasures of 19th Vincent van Gogh Watercolor Wood page 280